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Salem-News.com (Nov-04-2010 18:20)

Prepare for Wet, Windy Weather by Keeping Catch Basins Clean and Disposing of Leaves for Free

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - rain drops With breezy, rainy weather in the forecast, Vancouver residents are encouraged to act now to prevent localized street flooding by gathering up autumn leaves and disposing of them for free.

In Vancouver, leaves should never be raked or blown into the streets. Street sweepers sweep, not vacuum, so they're no match for piles of leaves.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-02-2010 15:41)

Chase Bank in Vancouver robbed Updated Photo Added

The suspicious device the suspect left behind had the appearance of an IED (Improvised Explosive Device). Actual determination of it's authenticity will be determined by MEDU.

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - Robbery Investigation Vancouver Police were dispatched to the Chase Bank in Cascade Park (13215 SE Mill Plain) at 11:52 am Saturday morning October 2, 2010. The suspect entered the bank carrying a pink bag and presented a demand note, indicating he was heavily armed, had a bomb and wanted cash. The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of cash and he fled the bank. As he exited the bank, he left the pink bag in the entryway, then fled on foot in a SW direction. Witnesses said the suspect was last seen running west from 131st Ave and SE 5th Street. A K9 track was unsuccessful.

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Salem-News.com (Mar-11-2010 03:41)

Equestrian Rider Dies After Apparently Being Thrown From Horse

Detectives with the Major Crime Unit were summoned to investigate, Allais said.

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - Death investigation Deputies were called to the 26500 block of NE Rawson Road in Hockinson to a report of a horse that had returned to its boarding stable without its rider.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-23-2010 11:57)

AAA Says Gas, Crude Prices Are Moving Up

Retail gas prices are on the rise this week. The national average for regular unleaded jumps a nickel to $2.66, and Oregon's average gains two cents to $2.75.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas nozzle Retail gas prices are on the rise this week, according to Oregon AAA. The national average for regular unleaded jumps a nickel to $2.66, and Oregon's average gains two cents to $2.75.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-31-2009 10:46)

Male Shot in Vancouver Convenience Store (UPDATE)

‏The victim has been identified as 29-year old Jose Guadalupe Muro of Vancouver.

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - Shooting investigation Clark County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to the BI LO Food Mart at NE 88th St and Hwy 99 in Hazel Dell over a report of shots fired inside the store. A second caller stated that a male subject was injured. Sgt K.C. Kasberg with the Clark County Sheriff's Office says it happened at approximately 10:00 p.m.

"When deputies arrived they located a male subject with multiple gunshot wounds who was conscious and breathing."

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Salem-News.com (Dec-19-2009 22:29)

Suspect Sought in Second-Degree Attempted Murder and Robbery

Miguel Torres is believed to be in the Beaverton Oregon area with significant ties to Vancouver.

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - 18-year old Miguel Andrew Torres-Izazaga The Vancouver Safe Streets Task Force is seeking the public's assistance in locating a wanted person, 18-year old Miguel Andrew Torres-Izazaga, who may be using the name "Angel" Izazaga or "Stomper".

Sgt Tim Huberty with Vancouver Police says there is currently a warrant for his arrest for Attempt Murder II and Robbery for an incident that happened on December 14th in the 4200 block of E 18th Street.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-06-2009 21:49)

Roadside Bomb in Afghanistan Kills Vancouver, Washington Soldier

The family asks that others please pray for our brave young men and women, and their families, who risk their lives to try to keep us safe at home.

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - Recent family photo of Elijah Rao "The words you never want to hear from a military officer or policeman. We heard them today."

That is how the family of Elijah Rao began their post on a blog Saturday. Elijah Rao and his family paid the nation's ultimate sacrifice in Afghanistan when a roadside bomb planted by terrorists snatched his life away this weekend.

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Salem-News.com (Dec-01-2009 12:16)

Gas Prices Stuck in Neutral

Retail gas prices continue to hold steady with prices about the same as last week, and within a few cents of where they were a month ago.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas nozzle Retail gas prices continue to hold steady with prices about the same as last week, and within a few cents of where they were a month ago, according to Oregon AAA's Marie Dodds.

She says the national average for regular unleaded dropped a penny to $2.63 and Oregon's statewide average also fell a cent to $2.75.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-07-2009 17:06)

UPDATE: Police Seek Locate Missing Woman & Her 6 Kids

UPDATE: Missing woman and 6 children found safe.

(VANCOUVER, Wash.) - Missing woman Nelya F Nikolaychuk  and her kids UPDATE: CANCEL ATTEMPT TO LOCATE ON WOMAN AND CHILDREN
Posted: November 7th, 2009 6:37 PM

Vancouver Police are canceling the attempt to locate for Nelya F. Nikolaychuk and her six children after they were located safe with relatives in Minnesota.

ORIGINAL RELEASE:
Vancouver Police are attempting to locate a 44-year old woman and her sic children, who have been missing since 2:00 p.m. on November 5th, 2009.

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Salem-News.com (Oct-13-2009 12:48)

National Average Ticks Up while West Coast Prices Ease

But Oregon's Average is Still Fifth Most Expensive in the Country for Fifth Consecutive Week

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas pump nozzle The national average for regular unleaded is creeping up, while pump prices on the West Coast continue to slip. The national average gains two cents this week to $2.48, while Oregon's average drops a nickel to $2.73.

AAA Oregon Public Affairs Director Marie Dodds says it's the first time since early August we've seen the national average go up.

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