WASHINGTON, D.C. (NBC) – We are learning more about what to expect from the January 6 public hearing this Wednesday. It’s the first hearing in more than two months and it comes after a surprising claim about a phone call ...

Author: Tim Gordon (KGW) PULLMAN, Wash. (KGW) — Researchers at Washington State University are raising concerns over the discovery of a virus with some of the same characteristics as COVID-19. At the same time, they hope that the discovery will ...

Author: Katherine Cook (KGW) WASHOUGAL, Wash. (KGW) — Several tenants at a Washougal, Washington apartment complex are facing a steep rent increase, leaving many scrambling for options. On Friday, residents at the Rockwood Terrace Apartments received a lease renewal offer ...

Author: Pat Dooris, David Mann (KGW) PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — In just over a decade, all new cars sold in Oregon and Washington will be electric vehicles (EVs) — that’s the plan at least. Earlier this year, California announced a ...

AUSTIN, Wash. (KING/CNN) –  One person is dead and nine others are missing following a float plane crash Sunday, close to Whidbey Island in Washington State. Debris, brought in from the water near Mutiny Bay, showed evidence of the plane ...

Author: Blair Best (KGW) VANCOUVER, Wash. (KGW) — Over the past two decades, drug overdoses have increased across the country, reaching more than 100,000 deaths just last year. In Oregon, the number of overdose deaths have tripled over the past ...

Author: KGW Staff VANCOUVER, Wash. (KGW) — Three people were injured in a shooting early Sunday morning in Vancouver, according to the Vancouver Police Department. Police were called to a home on the 6900 block of Carolina Lane near Carl ...

Author: Blair Best (KGW) VANCOUVER, Wash. (KGW) — Vancouver police arrested a homeowner accused of shooting a man he said was breaking into his car. The incident happened on the corner of Northeast 148th Avenue and Southeast 1st Street around ...

Author: Anthony Macuk (KGW), Katherine Cook VANCOUVER, Wash. (KGW) — The Vancouver City Council voted on Monday to adopt an ordinance banning “targeted picketing or protesting” outside private residences, which officials described as a response to recent complaints about harassment ...

Author: Jamie Parfitt, KGW Staff VANCOUVER, Wash. (KGW) — After a short delay caused by the unexpected spring snow storm earlier this month, the City of Vancouver has now opened its second Safe Stay Community. The transitional housing site provides ...

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