Weeks after a boil water notice, PWB gave a last-minute presentation at the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress.
Seventy-six people reported E. coli symptoms to the Multnomah County Health Department, a spokesperson said.
A Cover Oregon internal memo obtained by KOIN 6 News questions whether Oracle is to only blame for the health exchange website debacle.
Only 20% of the DNA processed in Washington’s labs is from burglaries or car prowls even though they represent 80% of all crimes.
Three people were arrested in Northeast Portland Friday morning for their alleged involvement with a white supremacist drug and gun ring.
It leaks, it’s behind schedule, and the design contract cost 45% more than planned.
State biologists say they have no idea how to treat a mysterious foot disease wiping out elk from Mount St. Helens to the Columbia River.
Oregon remains one of 16 states with no state-assigned regulators to ensure ride safety.
Barbara Quinn sees her neighborhood of St. John’s as an underdog, so when the Port of Portland proposed burying contaminated waste within a …
Outspending bids for civic projects is not limited to a handful of multi-million dollar high profile cases.
A KOIN 6 investigation reveals a possible misuse of public dollars.
A new standard of testing for students in Oregon, of which 65% are expected to fail, will come into full effect next year.