Door To Grace has become a state-licensed child caring agency, certifying private homes for the girls trapped in sex trafficking to live.
Grocery shoppers assume they get what they pay for — but that’s not always the case with grocery store scales.
With the Oregon Trail card, a family of three can get up to $500 per month for essential items like rent and diapers. But the cash on the card can be spent on anything.
Just this week, the Portland Timbers home field changed its name from JELD-WEN Field to Providence Park. The deal with Providence Health is for 15 years, but the dollar amount of the sponsorship remains undisclosed.
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Marilyn Dawkins said she has Botox to thank for never having to admit she’s 67. She always trusted she was getting the real FDA-approved Botox — until KOIN 6 News showed her some documentation.
The Portland Timbers changed the name of their home field to Providence Park. But a KOIN 6 News investigation shows the city is being accused of breaking the law by allowing backroom deals in the naming rights to the stadium.
A Portland couple claims the city of Portland is pouring salt in their wounds by continuing to bill them for water at their foreclosed home — the house where they no longer live.
When Portland voters approved a $482 million bond to upgrade schools in the area, an expansion of existing schools was not mentioned. But a KOIN 6 News investigation reveals the expansion plans can be done along with the voter-approved upgrades and still come in on — or under — budget.
The thief grabbed a container of OJ from their refrigerator, took a gulp directly from the bottle, and left it in the sink.
“It’s fairly unusual to get complaints on the initiative process at the local level,” Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown told KOIN 6 News.
For every two second a driver takes their eyes off the road, AAA Oregon’s Marie Dodds said, a driver doubles their chances for an accident.
Chris Kelley just moved out of the house he owns in Sellwood and moved into a friend’s house. Kelly’s backyard looks different now than it did a few weeks ago.
One of those honored in the 2014 float from the non-profit Donate Life is a young man from Alsea. This is the story of how he changed many lives.
In order to change the law, the legislatures would have to allow a vote of the people to approve a change to the search-and-seizure portion of the Oregon constitution.
Forensic scientist Dr. Ray Grimsby has been to hundreds of scenes like the one at Nancy Bergeron’s home the night she died. The investigation process, he said, is different if they suspect murder.
Jennifer Maghinay first learned about the Kim Forbes case watching KOIN 6 News in 2009 in a story on the fifth anniversary. Since that time, the Salem-based private investigator jumped deep into the case.
Miriam Clinton is a 29-year-old single mom who went out for dinner and drinks with her friends. Now she’s in prison for drunk driving, third-degree assault and felony hit-and-run.
A railroad company intent on rebuilding a storm-damaged stretch of tracks is meeting resistance from the state of Oregon, but may find its path much smoother following an upcoming court decision.
Income taxes, parking tickets, court fines — it adds up to $3 billion the state should have but doesn’t.
Soon, Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services will hold a grand opening for its new $11.4 million, Gold LEED certified facility. It replaces musty modular buildings. It’s also $8 million more than was originally budgeted.