WATCH: 849 new COVID-19 cases over Thanksgiving weekend, but no deaths reported ; Washington launches app to track COVID-19 exposures ; Man shot by Vancouver police during Thanksgiving domestic disturbance ; Battle Ground City Council votes not to increase property taxes ; Vancouver family’s annual blanket drive takes a special turn ; Washougal elementary school students have a new class pet – a cow.
The Battle Ground City Council opted not to increase the property tax levy, and formally adopted a resolution calling for a zero percent property tax increase in 2021.Read more
An unidentified male was taken to an area hospital Thursday night after suffering an injury from a gunshot in an officer-involved shooting.Read more
One man was arrested Sunday when a protest over the officer-involved shooting of 21-year-old Kevin Peterson Jr. took place in Vancouver.Read more
McCrow family receives hundreds of blankets that they will donate to Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in honor of their daughter Hailey, who passed away in 2009.Read more
Marvin Bugajski’s first grade class at Gause Elementary adopted a newborn Holstein calf named Pearl.Read more