What will will the weather throw at us this week? Find out with our local weather coverage.Here are some of the stories that grabbed readers’ attention this weekend.Vancouver man fired by UPS says truck lacked protectionsZachery Scalf, who was driving for UPS, stopped at Natural Grocers in Hazel Dell earlier this month to make a delivery.When he turned around, he found the rented truck was gone, stolen. Days later, he was fired.“It sucks, because not only did this thief drive away with the truck, but it’s like they drove away with Zach’s job,” said Alison Gootee, Scalf’s wife.Scalf is searching for a new job now, but to him and his wife the UPS response seemed overly harsh and short-sighted.The couple moved from Atlanta to Vancouver a year ago. Scalf had worked as a flight attendant for a few years. He was still based in Atlanta, and commuting thousands of miles each week proved draining. So he got a new job as a seasonal delivery driver for UPS in Vancouver.Two found dead in Hazel DellClark County Sheriff’s deputies searching for some wanted persons in Hazel Dell instead located two bodies Thursday.