U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, has introduced legislation that would require the governor of Washington to give approval before Oregon could implement an extensive tolling plan on Portland area interstate freeways.
An Arizona man says he can positively identify one of the original suspects in the 1971 NORJACK hijacking, a 92-year-old man living in southern California, as the real D.B. Cooper, and even has evidence to place him on the plane.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit has completed its investigation into the Moulton Falls bridge incident and is forwarding the case to the prosecutor's office for consideration of charges.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is moving forward with a plan to remove the traffic signals from Highway 500, replacing the intersections on Northeast 42nd Avenue/Falk Road and Northeast 54th Avenue/Stapleton Road with right in/right out interchanges.
The city of Vancouver is proposing to reconfigure part of East McLoughlin Boulevard to make the road safer for cyclists and pedestrians. Many of the street’s residents say they support most of the proposal plan, but the prospect of losing on-street parking goes too far.
Mining at a gravel pit that has rankled nearby residents can continue after the county hearings examiner has determined that its owner has the required permit. However, a local conservation group said it has a new strategy to challenge the mine.