Clackamas County officials said county code prevents them from removing a trailer that has become a neighborhood eyesore.
Jesuit High School has decided not to include a puppy in its annual auction after people around the country expressed concerns about the breed the school planned to auction.
The proposed moratorium for medical pot dispensaries in Clackamas County was approved Thursday afternoon.
The Marion County Board of Commissioners opted Thursday to ban all medical waste from coming into a waste facility a former employee claims became the dumping ground for aborted fetuses.
The State Marine Board denied a request for more access to the Willamette Falls near Oregon City on Wednesday.
Police release surveillance footage of an armed robbery at a phone store in NE Portland in the hopes that someone will recognize the suspect.
An elder man was seriously injured when he crashed into the rear of a stopped semi-trailer on Highway 20 just east of Lebanon.
Cover Oregon’s technology committee said Thursday trying to fix the shoddy website could be more than $73 million more than opting into the federal exchange.
In light of an alarming study that revealed doctors continue to prescribe codeine to thousands of children nationwide, a local doctor says he hasn’t done so in 10 years.
Marion County deputies are searching for a man they believe stole three Civil War-era pistols valued at more than $5,000.
Make no mistake: LeBron James is the best player in the NBA. Kevin Durant will be awarded his first MVP any day now. And LaMarcus Aldridge has been the most dominating player on the planet for the first two games of the playoffs.
The man linked to a cold case homicide entered a not guilty plea in Multnomah County Circuit Court.
Sgt. Pete Mahuna heads the Portland Police Bureau’s sex crime unit, which means he sits on the hot seat when people start asking why the city’s solve rate for sexual assault crimes has been dropping for the last six years.
The U.S. government wants to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels under regulations being proposed by the federal Food and Drug Administration.
Marion County Board of Commissioners voted to halt a medical waste program after reports surfaced, alleging that the waste contained aborted fetuses.
A recent Tigard, Ore. eyesore will soon be a brand new bouldering gym, which should be open this summer.
The pine tar glistened on Michael Pineda’s neck, improving his grip and inviting trouble. He got both.
A technology committee is poised to make a final recommendation for the future of Cover Oregon’s troubled health insurance exchange.
Around 3,700 people in the Portland area were in the dark early Thursday morning, with the bulk of electricity customers having power returned within two hours.
Forest Grove residents packed the Community Auditorium for a town hall meeting over the issue of traffic safety on Highway 47 Wednesday evening.