2 hrs ago
Keeping spirits bright for local seniors
Loneliness and poor health are linked, according to several scientific studies. For example, the University of San Francisco recently found that people 60 and older who reported feeling lonely saw a 45 percent increase in their risk for death.
6 hrs ago
'It's him. He died.' Washington woman unknowingly tweets husband's death
Caran Johnson is known locally for tweeting about Clark County traffic by the handle @ScanCouver .
10 hrs ago
Health reform: Regence apologizes for mistaken calls in Clark County
The missteps continue as a critical measure of health reform approaches, and the gaffes aren't limited to the newly created health exchanges ... or personal finance columnists.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Vancouver attorney takes on homelessness one family at a time
As Shannon Lindberg appeared last April in Clark County Family Treatment Court, she was fearful that her dream of regaining custody of her five children was slipping away.
Volunteers eager to lower euthanasia rate for feral cats
Those who live off 78th Street near St. Johns and Andresen roads north of Vancouver may notice less hissing and yowling in their neighborhood.
Video's last stand in Clark County
Has the Internet killed the video rental business? One Hazel Dell company hopes the answer to that question is "no."
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Camas reveals city administrator finalists
Capell has worked for Clark County since February 1997, when he was hired as county engineer.
Shoemaker, Freeman voice concerns about social services funding
Comments made by two Washougal City Council members two weeks ago have generated a lot of attention regarding their views on abortion.
Updated Southbound I-5 reopens in North Portland
Oregon Department of Transportation reported that the interstate was closed for several hours this morning near Interstate 405.
Guilty plea in Clark County hit-and-run fatality
A Vancouver man who left his friend to bleed to death after a drunken driving crash was sentenced Monday to more than four years in prison.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Family of 5 displaced in Ridgefield-area house fire
Five people were displaced in a Sunday night fire at a Ridgefield-area house. Clark County Fire Marshal's Office is investigating the cause.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Furry Faces of Clark County
Jura carefully watches her favorite toy in this photo taken at her Camas home last October.
'Nan now' a leader again as county plans its future
Forget about the Columbia River Crossing, C-Tran's light rail decisions and whether county commissioners should have hired state Sen. Don Benton to head the Environmental Services Department.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Traditions Together: Festival of Trees, Holiday Market
Clark County residents and their four-legged friends got into the holiday spirit Saturday with several festive, family-friendly events in downtown Vancouver.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Snow remains uncertain for metro area
A strong storm system is expected to bring significant rain to the region this weekend, then give way to deep cold next week.
Clark County shoppers out in droves
Socks, boots and televisions were selling at a brisk pace at the Salmon Creek Fred Meyer at around 5 a.m. Friday morning.
OurBar burnishes Clark County food scene
Why: Every once in a while, a new restaurant opens that truly shines on the landscape of the culinary scene.
Some residents lose life savings to sophisticated lottery scams
Jerry Pugh keeps all of his wire transfer and money gram receipts rubber-banded together in a cardboard box labeled "stupid."
Festival of Trees lights up Clark County's holiday season
When: Friday, 3 to 6 p.m., community tree lighting ceremony in Esther Short Park; 3 to 8 p.m., concerts at the Hilton by Woodwinds Anonymous, Vancouver Community Band Concert and Vancouver Pops Orchestra.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Explorer program teaches valuable life skills
Clark County sheriff's Sgt. Shane Gardner talks with student Anji Dean, 16, while out bowling with the Explorer program earlier this year.