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.
The American Federation of Government Employees and Department of Veterans Affairs workers gathered in downtown Portland Tuesday afternoon to protest what they’re calling an “assault” on federal workers.
The effects of Monday night’s federal government shutdown could even impact the local housing market — as home buyers and sellers wait for the federal documents they need to close on housing sales.
Neighbors said the damage seen on KOIN 6 News camera gives just a glimpse of the chaos that unfolded in this Northeast Portland area Sunday night.
It’s official: the United States federal government is partially shut down for the first time in 17 years. But many federally paid local workers are still being asked to show up Tuesday, for “further guidance.”
The 600,000 or so Oregonians currently without health insurance were expected to begin signing up for guaranteed-acceptance insurance options this week. Washington state’s online exchange also had a hitch.
North Portland was one of the hardest hit areas for this weekend’s storm, according to city of Portland workers.
The National Weather Service confirms the winds that damaged industrial buildings in western Washington, including a Boeing factory, were a tornado.
A court hearing Amanda Knox’s second appeals trial on Monday accepted a request to run additional DNA tests on the presumed weapon in the murder of Meredith Kercher, but rejected most other defense requests.
From downed trees and branches and water creeping up into roads, the problems have city crews running. Now they’re asking for the public’s help — urging locals to help clear stopped-up storm drains.
The passenger in a small car heading east on State Route 14 was killed Sunday night when the vehicle crashed near the SE 164th Avenue ramp.
One of the North Coast’s biggest mysteries is no closer to being solved than it was 30 years ago.
Authorities say a fatal crash on Interstate 84 was the result of a fight between a driver and passenger. The 31-year-old man reportedly died after tumbling out of his moving vehicle on the interstate.
A friend of the family told KOIN 6 News the sheriff’s search and rescue was called it off around 4 p.m. Sunday. However, friends and family on at least four boats continue searching for this man Sunday night.
Record rainfall also hit the Oregon Coast Sunday, causing downed trees and road debris. High winds and other factors also led the National Weather Service to issue this warning: waves along the Oregon Coast could reach nearly 30 feet.