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Morning Press: Warren Forrest murder trial; Second Safe park?; affordable housing tax Q&A

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Four people injured when car ends up partially submerged in Boulder Creek

Four people were injured when a vehicle went off the road and ended up partially submerged in Boulder Creek near the Jones Creek trailhead, in rural Clark County northeast of Washougal. → Read More

Morning Press: ‘The Swamps’ future uncertain; residents oppose cement plant; Sigma Design layoffs

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Amazon axes charity program amid wider cost-cutting moves

Amazon is ending a charity donation program it ran for a decade in its latest cost-cutting move. → Read More

U.S. stocks lose ground as recession fears weigh on market

NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks fell in afternoon trading on Wall Street Thursday as worries build that the U.S. may be headed for a painful recession. → Read More

Morning Press: Rey Reynolds placed on leave; power outage; Joe Kent running again

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Car crash knocks out power to thousands in Clark County

A vehicle crash knocked out power to thousands of Clark Public Utilities customers in Clark County about early Tuesday morning. → Read More

WSP: Fatal crash on Highway 14 causes traffic delays

A fatal crash on state Highway 14 at the City Center exit is causing traffic delays around downtown Vancouver this morning. → Read More

Morning Press: Court rules for teacher in MAGA hat case; windy weather; Dodd anniversary

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Gusty weather knocks out power to Clark County residents

Thousands of households were spending Thursday morning in the dark thanks to windy weather that passed through the Northwest Wednesday evening. → Read More

Morning Press: Wind storm, Filipino restaurant, fatal shooting in east Vancouver

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Vancouver police looking for missing 12-year-old girl

The Vancouver Police Department is asking for the public's help to find a missing 12-year-old girl. → Read More

Morning Press: Ice storm; former CytoDyn CEO indicted; Rally Pizza to close

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Ice blankets Clark County, Southwest Washington

Clark County and much of the Northwest woke up to a sheet of ice and snow coating roads and roofs Friday morning. The freezing rain predicted to hit the area started in Vancouver a little after 6 p → Read More

40 miles of Highway 14 closed in both directions east of Washougal

East and westbound state Highway 14 were closed east of Washougal early Tuesday morning because of what the Washington State Department of Transportation called "whiteout conditions." → Read More

Morning Press: Domestic violence shootings in Salmon Creek, Washougal; library challenges

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Morning Press: Last call for salmon; fatal crash; 3rd District recall

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Morning Press: Costco fee waiver; workers’ comp theft; Chinook Nation

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Dog treated for smoke inhalation after Walnut Grove area fire

A dog was taken to a veterinary hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation after a house fire Monday morning in the Walnut Grove area. → Read More

Morning Press: Perez wins; murder charge in drive-by shooting; housing project for women veterans

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