He's never taken a gun to school, but he's had similar behavioral issues. As we watched the video of the middle school boy in court, we both could feel the pressure on this kid and his parents.
A Vancouver elementary school was locked down on Tuesday morning after deputies said an irate parent stormed the school’s office and threatened the principal.
An 11-year-old boy who last week allegedly took a gun and more than 400 rounds of ammunition to his middle school faces an attempted murder charge and five other criminal charges, according to court documents released Tuesday.
At about 7 p.m. police say the man, who was using a walker, was hit in the crosswalk when he was crossing Mill Plain Boulevard at 105th Avenue.
An 11-year-old boy who allegedly brought a handgun, 400 rounds of ammunition and multiple knives to school will remain in custody, a judge decided Friday.
An 11-year-old boy who allegedly brought a handgun, numerous rounds of ammunition and multiple knives to school told officers a "voice in his head" had told him to do it.
Police say the boy faces an attempted murder charge and was booked into the Clark County Juvenile Detention Center.
A man wanted in connection with a Jackson County murder was caught Saturday morning in Vancouver.
A woman's security camera may have captured a suspect in a case of an elderly Vancouver woman forced into a closet during a home invasion robbery. But Pam Link was frustrated because she couldn't get Vancouver police interested in the video.
Authorities are looking for a man they say is a suspect in a Jackson County murder last week.
A slick business deal over a piece of property may have cost taxpayers and a Vancouver religious group hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Police in Vancouver, Wash., say a 48-year-old woman smacked an intruder in the head with a dumbbell after he entered her home through the garage and made sexual comments.
Police in Vancouver are looking for a man who they said kidnapped, assaulted and robbed three people early Tuesday morning.
Police say they’ve recovered stolen mail belonging to dozens of people in a Northwest Vancouver neighborhood.
A Vancouver nonprofit grocery store is struggling under the weight of unpaid co-op debts and a dearth of volunteers who promised to help out.