You all might remember the shooting last month at a convenience store in Vancouver.
The clerk, a mother of three, was shot within seconds of the robber entering the store.
A surveillance camera recorded it all and the violence is stunning. Tonight though we move past the shock to show you what it has done to this poor woman's life. She was already worried about her safety there and had asked for a transfer. The shooting happened in the last hour of the last day of her shift there. Wow.
Then tonight at six we'll show you what the donation of part of Ross Island to the city really means. Keely Chalmers caught a ride on a boat out to the island today and saw some of the wildlife that lives there first hand. Two bald eagles for starters. And although humans won't be allowed to wander about, there are some cool ideas about setting up some viewing areas.
At 6:30 a fresh look at one of the great crime mysteries of the Northwest. The hijacking of a plane and the jump of D.B. Cooper. Our sister station in Seattle managed to get a look at some of the evidence they have on file. It's the first time any of us will see it and I can't wait. You can't help but wonder whatever happened to him and all that money.
Enjoy the sunshine and as always,
Thanks for Watching.