Clark County WA News
Amtrak trains won’t run between Seattle, Portland until Thursday due to landslide as atmospheric river hits NW
An atmospheric river has brought heavy rain, flooding and warm winter temperatures to the Pacific Northwest, closing rail links, schools and roads as it shattered daily rainfall and temperature records in Washington state.
Vancouver man kills wife, daughters, brother and himself, officials say
They were all shot, officials said.
Pedestrian dies in hit-and-run crash in Vancouver
Witnesses said the vehicle fled immediately after the collision, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Recluse Brew Works, a new lager and ales brewery, emerges in Washougal
Gus Everson, a former Widmer Brothers brewer and former lead brewer at Wayfinder Beer, builds his own brand at the confluence of nature and industry in southwest Washington
At annual D.B. Cooper fest, a passion meets an obsession and forms community
For those who’ve been hooked, captivated, enthralled, the legend of D.B. Cooper does not fade.
‘Sophisticated cyberattack’ hits Clark County network, investigators confirm
Information technology employees first detected suspicious activity on the county government's network on Oct. 21.
Multnomah County sheriff’s deputy charged with assault, allegedly told victim: ‘You better not talk to my wife again’
The deputy avoided felony charges.
New RSV shot could help protect babies this winter — if they can get it
The CDC is now asking prenatal care providers to warn their patients about potential nirsevimab supply shortages, with the hope that driving up the maternal vaccination rate could help ease the demand for nirsevimab.
Mount St. Helens records 400 earthquakes deep within, signaling ‘recharging’ but nothing of concern
There are no signs of an imminent eruption, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Vancouver man accused in death of girlfriend, 7-year-old, faces new child rape charge after DNA match
Investigators reported finding the DNA match on Oct. 18, about five months after Meshay Melendez and her daughter, Layla Stewart, were found dead in Washougal.
Vancouver couple found guilty in starving death of 15-year-old son
A Clark County Superior Court jury found Felicia Adams-Franks, 54, and Jesse Franks, 58, guilty on all counts.
Vancouver couple deny starving 15-year-old son to death as murder trial nears end
Felicia Adams-Franks and Jesse Franks are facing charges of homicide by abuse and second-degree murder.