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An 18-year-old man was fatally shot Tuesday afternoon following an altercation with an acquaintance in the parking lot outside a small strip mall in central Vancouver.
The alleged shooter, identified by police as Antoine Steven Archer, 20, was located a short time later after seeking treatment for a gunshot wound to his hand, the Vancouver Police Department announced Tuesday night.
- Police arrest alleged shooter, ID victim
- Day 2: Suspect in fatal Vancouver shooting faces murder allegation
A Camas principal is under fire after comments she made on her personal Facebook page about the death of basketball star Kobe Bryant.
The former Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard was among nine people, including his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, who died Jan. 26 in a helicopter crash outside Los Angeles. That same day, Camas High School Principal Liza Sejkora wrote, “Not gonna lie, seems to me that karma caught up with a rapist today.”
- Facebook post draws national attention
- Day 2: Camas principal on leave after getting threats over Bryant comments
- Day 3: Camas High School principal resigns after social media backlash
A former associate principal at Evergreen High School pleaded guilty Tuesday following allegations that she had sex with a student at the school.
Sadie R. Pritchard, 42, pleaded guilty in Clark County Superior Court to second-degree sexual misconduct with a minor and communicating with a minor for immoral purposes. She was arrested in June 2018 on suspicion of three counts of first-degree sexual misconduct with a minor.
- Sadie R. Pritchard pleaded guilty to second-degree sexual misconduct with a minor, communicating with a minor for immoral purposes
The family and supporters of 5-year-old Hartley Anderson sat quietly in the courtroom Tuesday afternoon as the trial began for the man accused of beating her to death.
The scene was markedly different from raucous earlier court proceedings. Clark County Superior Court Judge Jennifer Snider had warned those in the gallery that any outbursts could lead to a mistrial.
For about 10 years, a two-story brick cube at the foot of the 805 Broadway building in downtown Vancouver has been vacant. But a newly completed renovation has transformed it into an open space with natural light entering from large windows on three of the four walls.
It’s now for rent. No tenant is secured for the 13,460-square-foot space, but three businesses are considering moving into the spot, said Tamara Fuller, vice president of Colliers International, the leasing agent for the building. The interior is still in its bare form, with wooden railings and unfinished walls, and it is ready for a tenant to customize the space.