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Friends and family are mourning the death of Clayton Joseph, the 16-year-old boy who was shot by a Vancouver police officer Tuesday night during a... [Read More]
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Clark County Public Health has confirmed 64 measles cases in its ongoing outbreak investigation. There are two suspected cases, and Public Health hasn't identified any... [Read More]
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The Vancouver Police Department has identified the officer who shot and killed a 16-year-old boy while investigating a disturbance late Tuesday night outside a South... [Read More]
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It appeared for a few hours this week that a Battle Ground Public Schools campus would be the next location to play host to right-wing... [Read More]
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Fewer Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, a sign that layoffs declined and hiring is likely strong. [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden promised Wednesday that federal help is headed to Southern Oregon to confront our wildfire problems. [Read More]
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Streets in downtown Vancouver were frosted in spots this morning. Several school district outside the metro area have decided to start two hours late. [Read More]
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When Clyde Robinson was drafted into the U.S. Army's 9th Cavalry Regiment in 1942, he had never heard of the buffalo soldiers. He did not... [Read More]
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Developer Vesta Hospitality is putting the finishing touches on its plans for The AC Hotel by Marriott, which is slated to occupy one of the... [Read More]
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Female protagonists led a record percentage of 2018's top movies, according to a new study from San Diego State University's Center for the Study of... [Read More]
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Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, is asking the Portland City Council to reconsider a recent controversial decision. [Read More]
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Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center nurses will be honored Monday with the AMSNPRISM Award, which recognizes exceptional nursing practice, leadership and outcomes in hospital medical-surgical... [Read More]
About 58 percent of voters in the Ridgefield School District last week approved a $77 million bond for construction to ease overcrowding in the district.... [Read More]
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A city bus trip may be an awfully mundane moment. You're just biding your time, staring out the window or staring at your phone, before... [Read More]
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and then there's identity politics. The difference between them may well be the crux of our next presidential election. [Read More]
Senate Bill 5395 would require state public schools to provide comprehensive, fact-based sexual health education. Rep. Vicki Kraft, R-Vancouver, so opposed the bill that she... [Read More]
I believe Washington lawmakers should continue to push for House Bill 1638 in order to eliminate personal exemption for the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine... [Read More]
In the aftermath of the massacre at the Route 91 Harvest festival in October 2017, country star Jason Aldean - who was performing when the... [Read More]
House Bill 1638 aims to prevent philosophical exemptions from vaccines. This bill was introduced after the recent measles outbreak in Clark County. [Read More]
The measles outbreak that originated in Clark County has now spread across Washington and includes 62 confirmed cases as of Feb. 19. [Read More]
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