Vancouver police are investigating the disappearance of 16-year-old Isabella Castillo, and her family is asking for the public's help to find her.
The method deals with statistics every law enforcement agency keeps on two issues: Where and how often property crimes, like burglary, occur, and also the same information for car accidents.
Freezing fog made for a slick morning commute on Friday.
A 21-year-old Vancouver native who suffered a crippling brain injury after being punched in California last October is walking again. Tyler Burton says that following his impressive recovery he wants to play football again.
Cowlitz County deputies discovered packets of Kratom surrounding a woman's body Monday and now investigators are trying to figure out what role the legal drug played in her death.
A contentious proposal to expand background checks on Washington state gun sales failed Tuesday in the state House, where supporters said they were just a handful of votes short.
Washington state lawmakers are already starting to count on revenue from the legalization of marijuana, with the House approving a bill that would tap those tax dollars to expand early learning.
A Washington state lawmaker apologized Monday for asserting in an email last week that bicyclists pollute the air with their heavy breathing.
Police are trying to reunite a young man with his family or caregivers.
A key lawmaker is proposing changes to Washington's new law legalizing marijuana, saying the state can squeeze a lot more money out of people who want to participate in the recreational pot marketplace.
Billygan's Roadhouse in Salmon Creek was closed after 22 people became sick with gastroenteritis. Restaurant staff is working with health officials to ensure Billygan's is complying with health standards.
Clark County sheriff’s deputies found the driver who they said left the scene of a deadly crash that killed a passenger outside of Brush Prairie, Wash. Tuesday morning.
The rule is costing small stores significant business as restaurateurs switched to buy from distributors who are not required by the law to impose the fee. Now she's joined an alliance of small and large retailers, including Costco, to get lawmakers to erase the fee.
If you are still driving around with studded tires, you have just a few days left to get them off your vehicle.
The auditorium at Clark College was packed and people brought their concerns and their dreams