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A Vancouver man has filed a lawsuit against Clark County, saying it's stonewalling his public records request for documents related to the hiring of state Sen. Don Benton, R-Vancouver, as the county's director of environmental services.
Vancouver will pay $75,000 to end a five-year legal battle with Kathy Marshack, who alleged police officers and other city employees violated her civil rights during a neighborhood trespassing dispute.
After a recent string of early-morning burglaries on Vancouver's west side, three more were reported today.
Ian Young is the SCMP's former International Editor. A journalist for more than 20 years, he worked for Australian newspapers and the London Evening Standard before arriving in Hong Kong in 1997.
Now some Christmas cheer is on the way to those Marines at Camp Leatherneck, in memory of Lance Cpl.
A Tigard, Ore., man appeared Monday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of stealing more than $150,000 from a Vancouver roofing company through identity theft, forgery and money-laundering.
Good news, bad news. If you like snow and cold, it is melting away from the weather forecast.
The media and a small group of guests were given a sneak preview of the majestic show Cavalia Odysseo in Vancouver.
A Vancouver man appeared Monday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of a home-invasion robbery Wednesday in an apartment complex in the Sifton neighborhood.
Forty people, including a Vancouver resident, have been arrested on suspicion of gang-related drug and firearm trafficking in Oregon.
The mother of a 5-month-old boy allegedly abducted from Child Protective Services appeared today in Clark County Superior Court on multiple charges.
The temperature has dropped to record-setting levels the past couple of days - but that's not the full extent of our cold snap, according to Steve Pierce, The Columbian's weather blogger.
The collision happened about 1:40 p.m. Wednesday on southbound Interstate 205. Caran Johnson, who tweets using the handle @scancouver , is known for tweeting news in the city of Vancouver, Wash., while listening to police scanners.