World-renowned New York Times blogger Andrew Revkin expressed concern about the likelihood of a major earthquake striking the Pacific Northwest while in Portland over the weekend.
A 35-year-old man is in custody after he was found, in a reportedly suicidal state, at Portland Community College’s Sylvania Campus Tuesday morning.
Portland was a national model for Smart Growth. A new study shows otherwise.
A Beaverton middle school’s portable classroom caught fire early Tuesday morning, though no one is believed to have been hurt by the flames.
People all across the world gazed up at the sky to catch a view of the “Blood Moon,” a very special lunar eclipse.
A new television show on the National Geographic Channel will pit a drone built by Clackamas’ Aerial Technology International against a remote control, laser-guided rifle.
Teachers and community members raised their concerns at a school board meeting about the condition of a Silverton elementary school.
Many low income and disabled people living in a local apartment complex said the management company has forced them to live in unsafe conditions.
Portland Trail Blazers fans received an email Monday to warn them about fraudulent playoff tickets being sold online.
The Oregon Zoo celebrated Packy’s 52nd birthday on Monday with a 40 pound birthday cake.
The dad of the former LOHS cheerleader accused in a sex trafficking case said he is outraged at his daughter’s suspected pimp.
A Wilson High School lacrosse player was suspended over a plan to buy alcohol.
A motorcyclist killed in a collision with two vehicles on Padden Parkway Monday has been identified.
Portland Public Schools plans to hire 400 teachers in the near future.
The 14-year-old girl was so frightened she went to a nearby daycare for help.
One man from Portland died, while a Vancouver man took his own life.
Oily rags left on a back deck apparently spontaneously combusted and set one house on fire, then another.
Voters approved the Arts Tax in 2012, and it brought in around $8 million last year.
The Residence Inn Marriott on NE Multnomah Street was held up around 3:20 a.m.
A blue-ribbon commission may he formed to reform the bureau, Mayor Hales said.