2 hrs ago
Updated 5:12 p.m. - Shots fired, subject down in SWAT standoff in Ridgefield
Washington's Most Wanted Police searched several hours for Derral Kenneth Mosby on March 6, but couldn't find him.
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7 hrs ago
Pridemore, Lentz to seek Stuart's county seat
Democrats Craig Pridemore, left, and Temple Lentz both announced Friday they are interested in Steve Stuart's seat on the county commission.
8 hrs ago
The Las Vegas Sun
In jailhouse call, pet shop owner says fire-starter can't be ID'd in store's surveillance video
Kirk Bills, left, and Gloria Lee, right, are charged in the Jan. 27, 2014, arson fire at the Prince and Princess Pet Boutique.
13 hrs ago
Longshoreman pleads the 5th, and tries to seal court documents, in United Grain sabotage case
A longshore union sign covers the windshield of a security van crossing the picket line at United Grain Corp. in Vancouver.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Updated 4:10 p.m. - Tuttle gets 2 years juvenile detention in weapons case
Twelve-year-old Quincy Tuttle sits in court in January. He was arrested in connection with a weapons incident at Frontier Middle School.
Charge in fatal Vancouver shooting dismissed
A Clark County judge dismissed the charge against Sean H. Doucette on Thursday at the request of prosecutors.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Vancouver man guilty in attempted murder, kidnapping case
A Clark County jury has found a Vancouver man guilty in the kidnapping, robbery and shooting of a Beaverton man in 2012.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Ground breaking moment in gymnastics
The Washington state men's gymnastics championship meet is coming to Clark County for the first time in more than 20 years.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Legislators need to invest in STEM education
Washington's many technology employers are hungry for qualified workers, from the folks who install and maintain the systems that keep buildings running in downtown Spokane, to nuclear physicists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, to agricultural workers in Yakima Valley, to software engineers at Microsoft's campus in Redmond.
Local police use resource for finding missing people
Deputy Bob Carder pivoted his body as he grasped a receiver, listening intently as the device beeped.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Old idea made new: shared housing
When you're young, it's to build some friendship, support and burden-sharing into your life.
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Clark County Environmental Services Director Sen. Don Benton is being paid for his county job even while he's up in Olympia during the legislative session.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Fugitive still on loose after reported call from rest area
Washington's Most Wanted Police searched several hours for Derral Kenneth Mosby on Thursday, but couldn't find him.
Paint recycling options grow in Clark County
The number of outlets in Clark County for recycling unused paints and paint products has grown.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
City of Vancouver
Senior programs recieve $33,325 in funding
The Parks Foundation announced today the distribution of $33,325.00 in support of senior programs offered by Vancouver Parks and Recreation at the Rudy Luepke Senior Center.
Activists to rally today to save homeless-services fee
Poverty activists and the Washington Low Income Housing Alliance are planning to rally at the state Capitol today in support of an expiring state law that they say has been a huge help in curtailing homelessness.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Clark County OKs temporary ban on strip clubs
Commissioners approved an emergency resolution Tuesday temporarily banning businesses where nude men or women dance.
Organizers kick off second all-city read
In our world of evolving technology, older people can learn from the young and vice versa, and learning is easier if everyone is on the same page.
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
Child sex trafficking on rise in Clark County
Jennifer knows the everyday details of being a teenager in rural Clark County: keeping up with grades, answering to a protective mother and sneaking out to college-age parties.
Sparks confirms the end is near
The store has weathered lots of history. It started as a small tin-smithing shop, became a hardware store, was a department store and then an appliance retailer before its final bloom as a furniture store.