A robber used a syringe to threaten employees during a robbery at a SW Portland ice cream shop Tuesday evening.
An arrest was made on Tuesday in connection with a 1995 homicide that occurred in SE Portland.
A carnival ride vendor that supplies equipment for several Oregon county fairs is facing a $100,000 fine for knowingly operating unsafe rides.
Three bail bondsmen recovery agents are on the other side of the law after being accused of overstepping their boundaries while attempting to locate a fugitive.
Washington County commissioners voted Tuesday to enact a one year moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries.
Grand jury transcripts released Monday say Kelly Swoboda wrote notes to himself about 17 women, rating them and noting whether they were alone.
The reward for information that helps solve the shooting of a fawn last month near Roseburg has grown to $5,500.
A popular wooden play structure at a NW Portland park was closed on Monday after structural concerns were investigated.
One day after KOIN 6 News shared his story, a hospital lowered his bill and took him out of collections.
The thousands of honey bees found dead along Highway 99 in Sherwood may have been hit by cars.
OHS rescued nearly 60 cats from an overcrowded apartment in Newberg on Tuesday.
One idea is to let neighborhoods set their own parking rates and keep some of the money.
A new Trader Joe’s in Northeast Portland will not be built, the grocer told the mayor.
Five of the intersections will be upgraded before the start of the next school year.
An annual Child Abuse Summit brings experts and law enforcement officials together.
A Multnomah County judge dismissed the criminal case against Houston Rockets forward Terrance Jones after he and his attorney reached a civil compromise with the man he is accused of stomping on.
Washington County Sheriff Pat Garrett is asking for the community’s support in placing a temporary ban on medicinal marijuana dispensaries in the county.
A woman who had sex with her Sherwood High School student will serve 30 days.
A Beaverton teenager termed “a chronic runaway” by Washington County detectives was found clear across the country Tuesday.
ADUs, as they are commonly called, are essentially small second homes built on lots with existing homes under certain conditions. Construction is exploding in Portland since the City Council waived permit fees for them in 2010.