- Ted Cruz had 3 rallies planned in Washington Updated: May-03-16 8:44 pm
OLYMPIA, Washington - Republican presidential nominee hopeful Ted Cruz had planned to be in Washington state this week but the Texas senator has suspended his campaign.
- More gypsy moth spraying in Portland area on Sunday, Monday Updated: May-01-16 9:46 am
PORTLAND, Oregon - The Oregon Department of Agriculture says it will be spraying for gypsy moths in north and northwest Portland on Sunday and Monday. This is the third and final round of spraying in the area.
- Clark County sheriff considers starting own training academy Updated: Apr-30-16 3:15 pm
VANCOUVER, Washington - The Clark County sheriff is looking into starting his own officer training academy. Sheriff Chuck Atkins is frustrated with long lines at the underfunded state law enforcement academy that have left him with a shortage of deputies.
- 2 sentenced in Vancouver burglary, assault of Buddhist nun Updated: Apr-29-16 11:20 am
VANCOUVER, Washington - A Vancouver man and teenage boy have been sentenced to prison for burglarizing a home last year and assaulting a 65-year-old woman who lived there.
- Recovering sea turtles flown from Seattle to San Diego Updated: Apr-21-16 8:21 pm
SEATTLE - Two sea turtles that landed cold, sickly and malnourished on shores far beyond their normal living range have been flown aboard a U.S. Coast Guard plane from Seattle to San Diego to finish rehabilitation.
- Orca tagging stops after dead whale found with fragments Updated: Apr-20-16 5:04 pm
SEATTLE - Federal biologists have temporarily stopped tagging endangered killer whales in Washington state's Puget Sound after a dead orca was found with pieces of a dart tag lodged in its dorsal fin.
- Vancouver woman was a Rosie the Riveter during WWII Updated: Apr-17-16 3:06 am
VANCOUVER, Washington - Janice Rickard was a 19-year-old Rosie the Riveter who built B-17 bombers during World War II.
- Council to limit salmon fishing off Washington, Oregon Updated: Apr-15-16 10:48 am
VANCOUVER, Washington - The Pacific Fisheries Management Council has adopted limited summer salmon fishing seasons off the Washington and northern Oregon coasts. At a meeting on Thursday in Vancouver, the council avoided a complete closure of the season, a possibility that had been discussed in March.
- City of Vancouver using goats to clear invasive plants Updated: Apr-15-16 3:56 am
VANCOUVER, Washington - Vancouver is relying on about two dozen goats to remove invasive plants in an overgrown park in what city officials are calling a "green" alternative to spraying.
- Espindola, Saborio score twice as United tops Whitecaps 4-0 Updated: Apr-09-16 8:21 pm
WASHINGTON - Fabian Espindola and Alvaro Saborio each scored twice to help D.C. United beat Vancouver 4-0 Saturday and snap a six-game winless streak dating to last season.
- Authorities: Fire at Vancouver LDS church intentionally set Updated: Apr-08-16 8:52 pm
VANCOUVER, Washington - Authorities say they believe a fire at a church in Vancouver was intentionally set.
- Port of Vancouver against oil terminal lease changes Updated: Apr-06-16 11:07 pm
VANCOUVER, Washington - The Port of Vancouver delivered a blow Wednesday to a proposed rail-to-marine oil transfer terminal, coming out against a contract renegotiation requested by Vancouver Energy.