Paris has come to Portland in this summer’s exhibition of “The Art of the Tuileries Garden” at the Portland Art Museum.
Commissioner Steve Novick has finally found a street fee that most Portlanders support — one that only the rich pay.
Trader Joe's is recalling some of its fruit over a potential listeria contamination, CNN is reporting.
A spokesperson for Fred Meyer said on Monday that the superstore chain is updating its gun policy following the theft of 22 guns.
ODOT is expected to make an announcement soon about what engineers feel they can do or can’t do to make the ramp safer.
OSP tried to stop Michael Murphy after seeing him popping wheelies and driving recklessly on Highway 199.
The standardized tests are scheduled to start next spring for 3rd-graders and up.
Petition for the legalization, taxation and regulation of marijuana makes it to November 4 ballot.
About 90 children, many from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, are expected to be in Portland later.
Administrators at Portland's Wilson High did not deny Jackson Fletcher his constitutional right to due process over a suspension.
A 25-year-old man is accused of using a syringe to commit a robbery at a downtown Portland Subway restaurant.
Portland police detectives continue to present evidence to a grand jury investigating an alleged illegal car crushing operation.
Police released a sketch Tuesday of a man suspected of robbing a paint store at gunpoint July 6.
Goodwill said it is working with credit card makers, the Secret Service and fraud investigators to figure out if a breach occurred.
Two men were arrested for stabbing a 37-year-old man with broken glass and a kitchen knife Sunday.