A reverse 911 call meant to alert neighbors of police’s search for the suspect involved in K-9 Mick’s death was delayed several hours.
‘Mick,’ a German Shepherd assigned to Officer Jeff Dorn, was shot and killed early Wednesday
Before a police officer was shot, robbers broke into a store that sells body armor.
It’s officially burn season in Fairview, Gresham and Wood Village, Gresham interim Fire Chief Greg Matthews announced Wednesday.
The Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Bridge will be named “Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People.”
The Portland Water Bureau was forced to shut down one of its Mt. Tabor reservoirs Wednesday morning after three people were spotted trespassing.
A traffic stop erupted in gunfire that left one officer injured and his K-9 partner fatally wounded.
A Portland man was charged with arson after investigators said he set his ex-wife’s home on fire.
Gay marriage supporters and opponents are both pushing to get their initiative petitions on voter’s ballots this November.
Results of a recent study revealed that legalizing same-sex marriage in Oregon would boost the state’s economy.
A restaurant in NE Portland was robbed at gunpoint on Tuesday.
A local marathon runner prepares to return to Boston a year after the tragedy that changed thousands of lives, including hers.
The robber walked in around 3:20 p.m. and showed a note demanding money.
A district court judge lifted the suspension of a high school lacrosse player who planned to — but did not actually — buy alcohol.
City inspectors say the management company for a SE Portland apartment complex has been “fairly responsive” in correcting issues.
Compared to cities like Detroit, Sacramento and Minneapolis, notoriously “green” Portland lags on energy efficiency.
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.
People all across the world gazed up at the sky to catch a view of the “Blood Moon,” a very special lunar eclipse.