The two-alarm fire at the Eola Hills Charter School started just after 1 p.m. and continued smoldering late Thursday night.
According to a federal lawsuit, the property owner — unaware of the undercover operation — left a note for the drivers about a “no parking” policy but found the note crumpled up and on the ground. So the next day, the undercover cars were towed.
Hundreds of families will be looking for another place to get help, when a church-based community center in Vancouver closes at the end of the month.
A man was arrested him on third-degree theft charges Tuesday after diving into a birthday cake brought in by a woman who said she didn’t want her dog to get it in the car.
Eye witnesses called themselves “extremely fortunate” after a stolen jeep, a high-speed police chase and a near-fatal chain reaction crash became part of their Wednesday evening commute.
A federal judge in Portland, Ore., has delayed the trial of a couple accused in a Northwest crime spree that claimed four lives.
An audit released to KOIN 6 News Wednesday night shows tens of thousands of dollars missing at the Oregon State Correctional Institution in Salem. And it’s from an unexpected place.
An appeals court has upheld killing sea lions that eat too many salmon at Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River.
The Washington Transportation Department reported Wednesday that U.S. Highway 12 over White Pass will remain closed for a second night due to a washout on the road.
People living in Oregon City have growing concerns about a nearby homeless shelter that’s directly across the street from Marylhurst Elementary School and close to a lot of residential homes.
The U.S. government shutdown has a lot of Oregon families on edge. Many of them want to know if their family services are available. In most cases, the answer is yes.
Plans to move the Right 2 Dream Too homeless camp to a parking lot in the Pearl District could come to a screeching halt.
Wednesday, which marks the final day for lawmakers in Salem, got off to a rough start. But it ended with a number of bills being passed.
The governors of Washington and Colorado are asking the federal government for changes in banking regulations to allow marijuana-related banking and the states continue implementing their voter-approved legal marijuana industries.
It’s a story you saw first on KOIN 6 News: Portland is getting an arena football team. And now we know who will coach it and who the team will be.
Portland police respond after multiple shots were fired in the 4600 block of NE Mallory Avenue shortly before midnight Tuesday.
A search team has rescued a California couple and their 23-foot motor home from the mud of a Southern Oregon logging road after the couple followed GPS instructions and got stuck two days ago.
Until now, Portland’s plastic bag ban only applied to bigger stores. As of Tuesday morning it expanded to all retail establishments, markets and even food vendors.
A sheriff’s officer said a helicopter has picked up two of four hikers being searched for after heading on Washington’s Pacific Crest Trail toward washed-out White Pass.
The Washington Transportation Department reports that a 45-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 12 across White Pass has been closed by a washout.