Pictures from the city show multiple branches broken or bent on the trees. One photo shows a tree snapped at the base of its trunk.
The video is sideways and shaky but it is 1 minute and 13 seconds of a bear running down a residential street with a teenage girl in hot pursuit – swearing – a lot.
Is your summertime budget tight? Not to worry - there will be plenty of entertainment in the coming months at your local parks.
A 16-year-old boy who was hit by a car while waiting for a school bus and found 90 minutes later by a tow truck driver is expected to survive his severe injuries.
Clark County sheriff’s deputies said the boy was apparently waiting for the school bus on a rural road northwest of Battle Ground around 7:10 a.m. That’s when a woman driving a Nissan Maxima lost control and hit the boy, throwing him into some nearby bushes, investigators said. Nobody found him for 90 minutes.
Nashville has been a big hit for ABC, but what you might not know is that there's a piece of the Northwest starring on the show - our very own Jonathan Jackson.
It's been nearly a year since a 22-year-old woman was struck and killed while walking home from a movie and investigators still do not know who hit her.
Rescuers from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office spend the evening and Thursday searching for Betty Kramer and found her around 2 p.m.
Betty Kramer was last seen around 6 p.m. Wednesday in the 25000 block of Northeast 239th Circle in Battle Ground.
Several Republican lawmakers filed a bill Thursday seeking an exemption to the state's anti-discrimination laws just weeks after legal action was taken against a Richland florist who denied service to a gay couple for their upcoming wedding.
A kindergarten teacher's instincts saved her student's life when he started choking on a snack in the classroom.
A man who was accidentally released from the Clark County jail is now back in custody.
Initiative promoter Tim Eyman filed a ballot measure Wednesday to make all tax hikes passed by the Washington state Legislature expire after a year.
While 99 times out of 100, if you lose sight of your child, you'll find him safe and sound. But the FBI says its app is for that one time when your kid is gone and you need help.
Monday is a work day for a lot of folks but it's also a day to appreciate the natural environment we live in and take some time to think about what we, as humans, can do to preserve it for future generations.