WATCH: COVID-19 cases rise by 24, Public Health details main sources of infection ; Evergreen Public Schools still moving ahead with small in-person classes ; Bi-Zi Farms prepares for pandemic-era pumpkin patch season ; Toxic algae issues persist for Lacamas and Round Lakes in Camas ; Vancouver restaurants gear up for a different kind of Dine the Couve event.
Based on case investigations for nearly half of confirmed COVID-19 cases between Sept. 1-21, small social gatherings are the leading cause of viral transmission.Read more
At least two Clark County school districts are moving ahead with bringing some students into schools for in-person instruction.Read more
Due to the ongoing efforts to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, state regulations are applied to pumpkin patches this fall, similar to other businesses.Read more
Lacamas Lakes has had toxic warnings 10 times since June according to state water testing data.Read more
More than 30 restaurants in Clark County are participating in the Visit Vancouver USA October event to promote dining.Read more