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In-N-Out Burger expected to open 1st Washington location
RIDGEFIELD, Wash. — The iconic California burger chain In-N-Out is apparently coming to Washington. The restaurant known for extensive drive-through lines and animal-style burgers applied to open a location in Ridgefield, Washington, according to the city's plans for an upcoming commercial development area. The city of Ridgefield confirmed it...
Body Cam Footage of Fatal Clark County Shooting Released
“Drop the gun! If you reach for it force is going to be used” Video shows what happened when Clark deputies fired on a man and killed him. Newly released video shows what happened in the final moments of a Clark County man’s life, as he was being investigated for a rape allegation.
Program that rewards customers for dining at Portland restaurants returns
Ticket to Dine rewards businesses in Portland's food scene and their customers.
Portland gets string of mixed early rain, snow showers followed by rainy afternoons into weekend
A check of traffic cameras on the west side of the metro area showed wet snow on U.S. 26 at Staleys Junction early Friday morning, which sits at just under 300 feet in elevation. Does that mean snow for you?. The National Weather Service says wet snow will continue to...
Puppies in Need: Could Your Home Be Their New Home in Vancouver, WA?
Interested in adopting a pet — or just looking at some adorable pets near you up for adoption? There are dozens of endearing pets up for adoption at animal shelters in and around vancouver..
Dive into Flavors: Top 5 Must-Try Seafood Restaurants in Vancouver
This article presents a guide to five exceptional seafood restaurants in Vancouver. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!
Man accused of selling stolen trailers on social media linked to other thefts
A man accused of selling stolen utility trailers on social media was arrested in Clark County and is suspected of being responsible for several other missing trailers in the area.
Lake Oswego dad accused of drugging 3 girls during daughter’s sleepover
LAKE OSWEGO Ore. (KPTV) - A father in Lake Oswego is accused of drugging three girls during a sleepover in August 2023. According to court documents, 57-year-old Michael Meyden turned himself in after being accused of giving three 12-year-old girls a sleeping drug during his daughter’s sleepover in his Lake Oswego home.
ODOT to close major Portland-Beaverton connection for nine months
Beginning Monday, March 4, the Hall Boulevard overpass near Highway 99W and Pfaffle Street in Tigard will close for an estimated nine months.
Popular burger chain In-N-Out to open a location in Ridgefield
In-N-Out has filed a permit application to open a location in Ridgefield Union Ridge Town Center, after previously being denied a permit due to a land-use issue.
Police announce bottle return suspension at 2 places known for fentanyl activity
PORTLAND, Ore. (KATU) — State and local law enforcement and health officials gave a 30-day update on the 90-day fentanyl emergency declaration Thursday. From Feb. 1 to Feb. 28, the tri-government response has led to seven dealer arrests, 74 overdose reversals and 200 grams of fentanyl seized. Police also...
Portland’s snow forecast shifts, low elevation snow short-lived Friday morning
Forecast models are predicting less than 1 inch of snow accumulation across portions of the metro area on Friday, with higher elevations seeing several inches of snow.
82nd Ave. Critical Fixes Proposal and Opportunity to Comment
At the end of January, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) released plans for sidewalks, pedestrian safety improvements and new, smooth pavement on a two and a half mile stretch of 82nd Ave., one of the most dangerous streets in the city. The work, the 82nd Avenue Critical Fixes: Major Maintenance project, is part of PBOT’s multi-year Building a Better 82nd program.
Live Music: Who to go see and hear in Portland concerts, March 2024
Pamplin Media Group will have some suggestions each month on who to go watch and hear and enjoy in the Portland-area live music. Here’s a day-to-day list of Portland concerts (check websites for details, links below, tickets available as of first day of month): FRIDAY, MARCH 1 ericdoa, Hawthorne Theatre ...
Eight homeless people died in Vancouver from Dec. 14 to Jan. 31
VANCOUVER, Wash. (KATU) — The city of Vancouver is grappling with how to save lives among its homeless population. Eight homeless people died in the city from Dec. 14 to Jan. 31. Four were overdoses and a fifth, that's still under investigation, is a suspected overdose. “We have lost...
Kotek Temporarily Suspends Requirement That Downtown Safeway and Plaid Pantry Accept Can and Bottle Returns
Gov. Tina Kotek will announce today she is suspending the requirement that the downtown Safeway on Southwest 10th Avenue and a nearby Plaid Pantry store on 11th Avenue accept the returns of cans and bottles under Oregon’s Bottle Bill. The exemption—for those two stores only—is effective March 2 though...
Restaurant Association Calls City Odor Code “Unfair” and “Unbelievable”
Trade and community groups are speaking out against the closure of a Northeast Portland Vietnamese restaurant due to the smell, but the restaurant owner says their efforts will not be enough to resuscitate the shuttered Pho Gabo. The Oregon Restaurant & Lodging Association is demanding that the city review its...