Local doctor who has been in West Africa treating Ebola patients says passengers on those flights should not be worried.
A Salem-based surgeon who treated patients in West Africa is now back in the United States but says she’d go back to help again.
KOIN 6’s sister station KHON2 in Hawaii reports that a patient is in isolation at a Honolulu hospital and is undergoing testing.
The Beaverton School District announced on Wednesday that officials want to study how much time they’re giving students to be active.
Pacific walrus that can't find sea ice for resting in Arctic waters are coming ashore in record numbers on a beach in northwest Alaska.
Metro managers disagree with a recent audit that claims the existence of Metro’s recycling hotline needs to be reassessed.
“We approach these investigations very, very carefully with, as you would expect, extensive layers of oversight,” FBI Director James Comey s…
Nathan Christopher Leffler is charged with first degree rape, sodomy, unlawful sexual penetration and sex abuse with bail set at $400,000.
There was lots of laughter at the Tiffany Center in Portland Wednesday night, as Author Anne Lamott kicked off the Voices Lectures to a pack…
"I'll see you in hell," Caius Veiovis told the jury, which considered his case over six days.
Workers checked the wings, legs and anus of each pigeon ahead of time to ensure they were "not carrying suspicious material," state-run medi…
The cylinder-condenser was on a truck heading downhill when the rear car began to sway.
The vehicle you're driving could play a part in how often you get pulled over by police, according to a new study.
Senior lineman Kevin Henderson, who said he loves playing for his teammates, and receiver Brady McGetrick are the co-Athletes of the Week fo…
Felicity is 14, Patience is 10, Karizma is 3 and their little brother Aumari is 1. They are Wednesday's Child for October 1, 2014.
Peter Sugich, the suspect, is a registered sex offender with a prior conviction for public indecency.
Investigators recovered more than 800 rounds of ammunition, a machete and two hatchets in the car of man who allegedly entered White House.
The group had until October 9 to submit the signatures, but ended the campaign just over a week early.
Infection precautions necessary are "routinely used every day" at Portland International Airport.
Beyond the racial epithets, Bureau of Labor and Industries will look into whether a Daimler worker threatened a black co-worker with a noose…
Xavier Dorell Bolden will be arraigned in Multnomah County Circuit Court Wednesday after he was extradited to Oregon from Nevada.
Norm Thompson Outfitters of Oregon and Wacoal America Inc. of New Jersey will refund $1.5 million to consumers who purchased "shapewear."