For the first time this election season, all five Vancouver City Council candidates participated in a debate together. The candidates considered issues facing Vancouver at the League of Women Voters candidate forum Thursday evening.
A woman involved in the beating and fatal shooting of a man whose body was found in a shed at her Hockinson-area residence pleaded guilty last week to second-degree murder, as part of a cooperation agreement.
On the subject of gun control, the 3rd Congressional District challengers are predictably divided. But there’s division even within the parties as to how to address the issue. Some argue there isn’t an issue at all.
Clark County Councilor Jeanne Stewart pushed back against a suggestion that the county wasn’t doing enough to address homelessness during an interview of candidates running for her position by The Columbian Editorial Board.
The new Vancouver Operations Center will not only be built from scratch, but be relocated outside of city limits. At least that’s the consensus that came out of a city council workshop Monday and the preference of Public Works Director Brian Carlson.
The investigation into a Saturday rollover that killed three, including a 6-year-old girl, after they were ejected from their vehicle was ongoing, the Washington State Patrol said Sunday, but investigators believe inattention caused the crash.
When Helene Padget watched the four children playing in her bonus room, she wondered how much longer she could make a living in child care. The Vancouver woman has run the business out of her home in the Sunnyside neighborhood for nearly 40 years, and said she has typically kept rates below the market.