A 16-year-old girl at the center of a custody dispute where her parents claim she was "legally kidnapped" has now disappeared.
Vancouver passed on the Yakima Bears. In the end, politics won out over baseball.
Neighbors in Vancouver believe something or someone is leaving mutilated cats in the street and on their lawns.
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.
Jurors on Thursday afternoon convicted a Vancouver man of first-degree aggravated murder in the gruesome stabbing of his girlfriend in May 2011.
The case of a Vancouver man who allegedly stabbed his girlfriend more than 70 times and then dumped her body in a ditch in May 2011 went to a jury on Wednesday afternoon.
Is your summertime budget tight? Not to worry - there will be plenty of entertainment in the coming months at your local parks.
Vancouver, Wash., police are being sued by the parents of an Iraq War veteran killed during a September 2010 encounter with police.
The search continues Tuesday for a Vancouver woman who hasn't been seen since Sunday when she left on a spiritual quest in a southwest Washington forest wearing no clothes.
The Wormer family has made the difficult decision to take their 13-month-old girl, Delylah, off life support on Tuesday. She is currently at Randall Children's Hospital.
A 19-year-old woman who went on a "spiritual quest" wearing only a fanny pack is now missing and a search and rescue effort is underway to find her.
If you thought being 13 was hard when you were growing up, consider what teenagers face these days. They have around-the-clock connectivity to classmates - a 24-hour potential for friction to flourish.
Bike registration is nothing new, but Vancouver police noticed many bike owners weren't doing it and weren't recording the bike's serial number.
A Vancouver man is on trial for aggravated murder of his girlfriend, who was found repeatedly stabbed and her body thrown down an embankment in May 2011.
Officer Chris Warren was fired once but the city of Beaverton gave him his job back. The reason he's kept his job is he has never been convicted of anything.