Since No Child Left Behind was enacted in 2001, the Center on Education Policy reported by the sixth year recess time nationally had dropped…
A large portion of the costs of a solution to fix flooding issues for a few homes in Washington County could be passed along to ratepayers.
Washington State Liquor Control Board records show 35 different marijuana-infused food and beverages so far.
Museums don’t often get calls from sheriff’s offices half a state away, so when a staffer at the Benton County Historical Society in Philoma…
The machine can build any model, design or pattern you tell it to, with a robot’s precision, for next to nothing.
The house, vacant since late 2013, is going through foreclosure. Neighbors wanted barrels of unknown liquids and canisters removed.
Three complaints have been filed against Portland attorney Nick Merrill with the Oregon State Bar Association.
The rules change was a result of a KOIN 6 News investigation into the Alphabet Academy Learning Center.
A clinical professor of law says Joanne Ford may have a cause against her landlord after her mobile home was overrun with sewage.
Following a sewage spill at her mobile home, a Beaverton woman found herself homeless after learning park managers sold her damaged unit.
The Fosters, both 71, worked hard to save money. But the Salem couple said a con man gained their trust, and now they’re out nearly $200,000…
White supremacists are here, and as one Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office detective puts it, “They’re not nice people.”