Posted by Steve Leader on July 29, 2014
Photo courtesy: Columbian.com
As Washington state grain inspectors refuse to enter United Grain Corporation’s export terminal at the Port of Vancouver, pressure is growing to have the inspections resume with federal employees.
The Washington Farm Bureau is calling on the U.S. Agriculture Department to take responsibility for inspecting and certifying grain for export.
State inspectors say they’re unwilling to resume work because of …
Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on June 18, 2014
Jeremy Scott & Pat Boyle contributed to this story
VANCOUVER — A 19-year-old lost control of the Honda Accord that he was driving and plowed right through a house on Southeast Blairmont Drive Wednesday morning into three bedrooms, leaving some big holes.
Luckily, there was nobody home. The mother and daughter who live there are in Paris on vacation.
“I’m so glad my sister and niece weren’t …
Posted by Steve Leader on March 14, 2014
Beth Harrington got the idea for a documentary about a singing family, the Carters, more than ten years ago. It came to her while working on an earlier film, “Welcome to the Club.” It’s the story of women who sang a type of music called “rockabilly” in the 1950′s. They didn’t get their due for decades.
While interviewing the women for …
Posted by Christina Kemp on February 20, 2014
A family is on the mend after their Jeep is totaled. A casualty of yesterdays high speed chase through Vancouver.
Police finally caught up with Wayne Ross. The 45-year-old was wanted on several felony charges in Oregon. Yesterday he led police on a chase that reached speeds in the nineties, but came to a end near East Fourth Plain and Broadway …
Rosemary Reynolds contributed to this story
VANCOUVER — A judge ruled that Kalista Andino, one of two women arrested for witness tampering in a deadly hit and run, can be released from the Clark County Jail.
The judge warned that witness tampering is serious and if she fails to follow through with the no contact order, she’ll be right back in jail. …