Two people died in a crash along Highway 47 north of Forest Grove Monday morning.
The U.S. Geological Survey reported that a 3.3 magnitude earthquake struck NW of Sherwood on Sunday.
The Portland Trail Blazers defeated the New Orleans Pelicans at the Moda Center on Sunday night, allowing the team to clinch a spot in the playoffs.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Portland held an event on Sunday about medical marijuana to explain its benefits and how Oregon’s new law works.
Two high school seniors in the Lincoln County School District lost their lives in two separate car accidents this weekend.
Portland State University’s administration and faculty reached a tentative agreement early Sunday morning, averting a strike.
An unknown suspect spray painted the front door and several vehicles at a residence in a West Linn neighborhood on Sunday.
Portland’s Pioneer Square hit a major milestone on Sunday.
Two men used a gun to rob a bar in the early hours of Sunday and remain on the loose at this time.
Police are continuing to investigate a stabbing that left a 44-year-old man dead on Sunday.
The University of Portland held the Emergency Readiness Olympics on Saturday, an effort to help the city prepare in the event of a catastrophe such as an earthquake.
Charles Jordan, 77, died Friday, just one day before his autobiography, “More than Just Fun and Games,” was released.
The Seattle Sounders staged a furious late rally to pull out a draw with the rival Portland Timbers on Saturday.
After almost all the tools were stolen from a Habitat for Humanity site in Keizer earlier this week, donations are re-supplying the non-profit and helping their current project continue.
Four officers with the Portland Police Bureau are heading to Peru for two weeks in an ongoing training session for the Peruvian National Police.
An attorney for seven women accusing a former Legacy Emanuel Hospital employee of sexual abuse said Friday the hospital received numerous complaints that went unheard.
Residents near a split lot on Woodstock Boulevard put their resources to work and will have their appeal to the Portland City Council heard next week.
A driver was arrested and charged with second-degree assault after allegedly hitting a bicyclist on purpose Thursday.
Being able to afford a home in Portland is getting harder and harder. Now a real estate site said half of the homes in the area are not affordable.
Door To Grace has become a state-licensed child caring agency, certifying private homes for the girls trapped in sex trafficking to live.