A man living in Vancouver, Washington was charged with illegal firearm possession on Monday. Authorities say they seized at least five ‘ghost guns.’
Billions of dollars in federal funding are now up for grabs that could help replace the aging I-5 Interstate Bridge that connects Washington and Oregon.
Residents and law enforcement members gathered Tuesday to honor a Vancouver police officer who was mistakenly fatally shot Jan. 29 by a sheriff’s deputy during a search for a man suspected of armed robbery.
A man was chased down and caught by deputies in Vancouver after allegedly assaulting a Salvation Army bell ringer and fleeing with his donations kettle.
About two dozen people lodged in a southwest Washington jail have tested positive for COVID-19.
Community groups are calling for the U.S. Department of Justice to open a civil rights investigation into the largest law enforcement agencies in southwest Washington over alleged excessive force and discriminatory policing.
A Vancouver man was arrested for allegedly stabbing and killing his significant other while their child was in the home with them.
Vancouver police arrested a man early Sunday morning after he allegedly kidnapped and killed his 2-year-old child.
A Vancouver, Washington, man convicted of killing transgender teen Nikki Kuhnhausen was sentenced Thursday to 20 years in prison.
Three schools in Vancouver, Washington, were placed in lockdown Friday after anti-mask protesters tried to access school grounds.
Hundreds of law enforcement and first responder vehicles lined up at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington on Tuesday for a procession to honor Clark County Sheriff’s Detective Jeremy Brown, who was shot to death while doing surveillance work.
Authorities have arrested three people in connection with the fatal shooting of a Clark County sheriff’s deputy.
A sheriff’s deputy was fatally shot in Vancouver, Washington on Friday evening, authorities said.
A Vancouver, Washington man pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to wire fraud after embezzling more than $400,000 from his San Diego, Calif.-based employer, according to federal prosecutors.
The adoptive parents charged in the death of a 15-year-old Vancouver, Washington, boy who died from starvation in November are jailed on $1 million bails.
The 15-year-old boy, who had severe autism and was legally blind, died weighing 61 pounds.
Public health authorities say a broadband call center in Vancouver, Washington has been temporarily closed because of a COVID-19 outbreak that has resulted in 29 confirmed and two possible cases.
The primary defendant in the April 2017 beating and fatal shooting of a man at a Hockinson property was sentenced Friday to about 70 years in prison.
The 15-year-old boy died weighing 65 pounds.
A judge in southwestern Washington said he will take time off to reflect on his behavior after he came under pressure for making critical comments about a Black man killed last year by police.