Author: Paul Suarez

Sometimes there are no words

I found myself shooting a photo of a woman with a ton of cash and a cartoon dog on Tuesday. No really. The photo went with a business story about credit […]

Unnecessary slow motion

You might wonder what a videographer does to keep his sanity while shooting a video of people walking on a trail. Well in the case of last Monday, it happened […]

Viral GIF: Reporter vs. snow plow

This one was too good not to share. Steve Keeley, a reporter from FOX 29 News Philadelphia, got a bit of a surprise when he was hit by snow from a […]

Bye bye, Mr. Editor Guy

  Columbian Assistant Metro Editor Dave Kern retired on Thursday after spending 33 years at the paper and about 40 years in the news business. As you might remember from our farewell […]

Laying out the future of web design for news

By now you've probably had a chance to see Erik Hidle's Sunday story on Steve Stuart and what it would mean if he decides to run for re-election in 2014. […]

Speaking of drones…

I'm a bit skeptical about Jeff Bezos' plans to deliver Amazon packages via drone. And no, it has nothing to do with his 30-minute delivery, problems with FAA regulations or […]

Dealing with crime on a neighborhood level

By now you've probably seen our story (and video) on Vancouver police responding to an alleged drug home┬áin the Hough neighborhood. On Thursday a reporter, photographer and I were able to […]

Farewell to John Branton

On Monday we got word that longtime Columbian police reporter John Branton died over the weekend. He was 66. John retired after 27 years at the paper in May 2012. Before […]

We’re virtually the worst drivers out there

What happens when you run a reporter through police training? Unscientific data shows they'll fail the exam two out of three times -- or at least that's what happened earlier […]

River bests John Branton (and Skyview)

A few weeks back I wrote about my attempt to unseat the top video on our YouTube channel. Unfortunately, my WSP ridealong video has only gotten about 1,000 views at […]

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