West Linn officers reliving history ended up assisting in a modern-day arrest over the weekend — all while dressed up as Keystone Kops for the annual “Willamette Living History Tour.”
Bride-to-be Lynn Reidl should be planning a wedding. Instead she’s searching for her lost engagement ring — and police are searching for a woman in pink.
Rob Figley was not only president of The International Brotherhood of Real Bearded Santas, he also was a minister — performing one of the first same-sex weddings in Clark County.
Guided tours have been suspended at Oregon’s state Capitol after five people were arrested when two of them broke away from a tour and rappelled down the face of the Capitol dome.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus won her second straight Emmy as best comedy actress for her role as vice president of the United States in the series “Veep.” The now-four-time Emmy-winning actress also has family ties to Portland.
An 11-year-old girl from Portland died when the van she was in rolled off an Interstate 84 ramp Sunday.
Five people, including three children, died in this Pendleton house fire Sunday. The city of Pendleton reports that agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives responded to the scene.
Two-and-a-half years after an earthquake and tsunami devastated parts of Japan, suspected debris from the disaster continues to quietly wash ashore along the West Coast of North America.
A 53 year-old woman from California tried to flee from authorities who were trying to stop her for a routine traffic stop Saturday evening.
Don Thomson with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office said that the crash happened on Vitae Springs Road South near Belle Pond Way South before 5:30 a.m. when deputies got the call.
Meet Sir Stuffington, a tiny cat who has overcome a lot of obstacles. He was living on the street before going to the Multnomah County Animal Services shelter six days ago.
It knocked out electricity to approximately 400 PGE customers.
Dispatchers received the call after 5 a.m. and dispatched crews to extinguish a small grass fire. Firefighters who arrived found that there were issues accessing the scene and called for additional engine companies.
Hillsboro parents such as Catherine Weiss want to know why a man was walking near their kids’ schools with a shotgun slung over his back — and why police aren’t doing anything about it.
A Tacoma man accused of tossing his neighbor’s Chihuahua puppy out of a second-story window last month has pleaded guilty to a single felony count of first-degree animal cruelty.
Courtroom audio reveals that Washington state prosecutors asked a judge to hold future Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis on $25,000 bail after he was arrested for malicious mischief in Seattle in 2004.
Oregon ACLU director Dave Fidanque said Thursday the Oregon Constitution prohibits government censorship of speech, including political speech.
Every Thursday this fall, KOIN 6 News will be honoring the best of the best in high school sports with our Athlete of the Week.
Firefighters used the “Jaws of Life” to free at least one person trapped in their vehicle after a nearly head-on crash near Salem Thursday afternoon.
The baseball field at the Oregon Trail Elementary School will forever include a memorial to Jake, a 7-year-old slugger who died when the truck he was in veered off an icy stretch of Interstate 84 into the Columbia River.