WATCH: Two escape as fire damages duplexes in Vancouver ; Clark County COVID-19 death toll reaches 40 ; Parents and teachers react to plan for online school this fall ; PDC dismisses complaints against Councilor John Blom and Sen. Ann Rivers ; County Council kicks off systemic racism listening sessions.
Just after 9 a.m. Fri., July 31, Vancouver Fire Department crews were dispatched to the report of a fire at a pair of duplexes in the 3600 block of Olive Street.Read more
Frustration, desperation, and even relief are some of the key emotions parents and educators are feeling after finding out the new school year will start with online-only...Read more
Woodland Public Schools reintroduces remote learning programs Lewis River Academy and TEAM High School
Woodland Public Schools continues to closely monitor the state's health and safety guidance to assess the ability of our schools to meet the requirements and recommendati...Read more
Clark County Councilor John Blom maintains his campaign never threatened PVJR President Eric Temple over campaign contributions, though it's unclear if doing so would hav...Read more
The Clark County Council and partner agencies YWCA Clark County, NAACP Vancouver, SW WA LULAC, and Clark County Volunteer Lawyers Program have scheduled three listening s...Read more