WATCH: Battle Ground man arrested for breaching U.S. Capitol ; Vaccine roll-out continues throughout Washington ; Vancouver middle schoolers will return a week later ; Officer-involved shooting occurs in Vancouver ; Arrest made in attempted murder and arson from summer ; Target Zero makes Super Bowl DUI patrols possible.
A 61-year-old Battle Ground resident faces up to a year in prison after he was charged with illegally entering the U.S. Capitol building on Jan. 6.Read more
Daily vaccinations have nearly doubled from mid-January, but providers requested more than three times more doses than the state received this week.Read more
Technical errors plaguing a survey sent to families of middle school students in the Vancouver School District will delay the start of in-person classes until Feb. 22.Read more
A suspect is in critical condition at an area hospital after an officer-involved shooting that took place Thursday evening in Hazel Dell.Read more
The Vancouver Police Department has made an arrest in an attempted murder and arson investigation of an incident that took place last summer.Read more
Crews from the Vancouver Fire Department responded to two fires with five minutes of each other Friday morning.Read more
With Super Bowl LV this weekend, the Target Zero program from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission has allocated resources for extra DUI patrols by three agencies.Read more