WATCH: Clark County adds 32 new COVID-19 cases ; Washington State Patrol sued over June BLM march that shut down the Interstate Bridge ; Evergreen teachers reach a deal over online education starting next week ; Ridgefield principal behind yard signs showing appreciation for teachers ; People still swimming in Lacamas and Round Lakes despite toxic algae warnings.
Vancouver defense attorney files lawsuit against Washington State Patrol over June I-5 closure for protest
D. Angus Lee, a Vancouver Criminal defense and civil rights attorney, filed a lawsuit against Washington State Patrol (WSP) for what he alleges was the facilitation of a...Read more
A deal reached this week will allow Evergreen Public School teachers to work from home, unless they have a student needing some in-person instruction.Read more
Without the usual excitement in the hallways at South Ridge Elementary School in Ridgefield, Principal Jill Neyenhouse wanted to find a way to recognize the teachers for...Read more
Clark County Public Health officials are warning area residents against swimming or recreating in either Lacamas Lake or Round Lake due to toxic levels of blue-green alga...Read more
The number of vehicles illegally parked and abandoned in the city of Battle Ground has been steadily increasing. In response, the city is increasing its efforts to addres...Read more