About 20 sea lions were near the dam as chinook salmon started spawning.
James Wilson, 36, had been involved in with the Boy Scouts since childhood,
A couple is in custody after seven pounds of meth, seven guns and a back yard meth lab were seized.
The Going Green Compassion Center has a state permit and has been in operation for a year.
A priest who up until last week served at a Corvallis church was arrested on child porn charges Thursday, the Albany Police Department confirms.
A Pepsi distributor reportedly will pay the University of Oregon nearly $5 million in cash or discounts over the next eight years to be the university’s dominant soft drink supplier.
A group of Oregon sheriffs is opposing a move to grant driving privileges for people who can’t prove they’re legally in the United States.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Portland will be distributing free air conditioners to patients after receiving a grant from Nike.
The appeals court ruled that animals are personal property under the eyes of the law and owners have rights.
After months of near silence, Cover Oregon’s main technology contractor says it’s not to blame for the failed launch of Oregon’s health insurance exchange.
Christie Luehrs, 34, has broken the women’s open world record five times.
Joseph Calderon allegedly sexually abused a girl between the ages of four and 12.
Police have charged a man after he allegedly video recorded children in a bathroom in Linn County.
Two teens and one weapon were found, but a third teen is still wanted.
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Gay marriage supporters and opponents are both pushing to get their initiative petitions on voter’s ballots this November.
City councils in Hillsboro and Lake Oswego passed a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries Tuesday night.
Results of a recent study revealed that legalizing same-sex marriage in Oregon would boost the state’s economy.
A 40-foot dead and decomposing grey whale washed up on the beach in Seaside.
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.