It’s something to think about the next time you visit the Columbia Gorge.
A local city councilman was arrested after allegedly being involved in a crash and then taking off while driving with a suspended license and without insurance.
A 26-year-old Portland State University student is charged with 15 counts of first-degree theft after police said she was committing return fraud against the PSU bookstore.
A 13-year-old was arrested Thursday after he allegedly brought an explosive device to school, according to police.
Oregon will decide Friday whether to become the first state in the nation to drop its online health exchange and link up with the federal website.
Vancouver police arrested a former Hewlett-Packard employee for allegedly using corporate-issued credit cards to purchase personal items.
Lake Oswego School District parents are furious the district decided to make improvements at a high school football stadium rather than repair other facilities.
The emergency room nursing manager at Legacy Emmanuel Hospital may lose his license for how he handled complaints against a nurse accused of sexually abusing patients.
All students on OSU’s Corvallis campus were allowed to return to their dorms after police did not find any suspicious packages.
The city has moved 38 million gallons of drinking water after a teen urinated in it to another reservoir rather than draining it.
A military jury has convicted a Marine of murdering a prostitute visiting Hawaii, then dumping her body about 40 miles away in west Oahu.
Three girls claim their Washington state high school has failed to take further action against a math teacher who they say has a history of inappropriately touching students.
Plastic surgeons across the nation say they are seeing more people requesting facial procedures, or “Facebook facelifts,” in order to look better on social media.
People living in East Portland neighborhoods rated city services lower than people in other areas in a recent survey.
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.
Clackamas County officials said county code prevents them from removing a trailer that has become a neighborhood eyesore.
Ken Boddie looks into the looming disaster at Hanford in a KOIN 6 Investigation.
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 State Marine Board denied a request for more access to the Willamette Falls near Oregon City on Wednesday.