Every Thursday this fall, KOIN 6 News will be honoring the best of the best in high school sports with our Athlete of the Week.
It’s billed as the greatest show on earth — in town through Sunday. But protesters in Portland Thursday called it the cruelest show on earth.
Nurses at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center claim they’re getting cheated out of overtime: “Those who’ve identified modifications to their time cards are concerned, and very upset.”
Neighbors are very worried about black smoke spewing from a new crematorium in northeast Portland. After months of trying to get answers themselves, they turned to KOIN 6 News.
A German Shepherd took off across Interstate 5 Wednesday night, and was caught on camera.
Neighbors say the crematorium burns two to three times a day — six days a week. It’s noisy, it smells, and the smoke pours out of a smokestack right in the middle of a residential neighborhood, just two blocks from Vestal Elementary School.
City records show the current eyesore was scheduled for demolition in 2012. And neighbors want to know what the hold up is, since it has long been a haven for squatters, drugs and crime.
They’ve fought to get semi trucks off a street that goes through the heart of their neighborhood for more than a year. But people living in this Vancouver neighborhood say the trucks keep coming — and no one from the city is hearing their complaints.
Retired school teacher Carol Halvorson sells fresh flowers from her garden on NE Klickitat near 60th Avenue. She insists if the thief only knew who he or she was stealing from — then the stolen dahlias would be returned.
The threat of war with Syria hits very close to home for many at Portland’s Middle Eastern Fest in east Portland Sunday.
Cole’s symptoms started last fall with headaches, the 7-year-old’s mom told KOIN 6 News. Now, supporters are raising funds to help him get the brain surgery they believe he needs.
Thirteen cars were broken into within a 24-hour period near Westview High School in northwest Portland. And victims fear the thieves will target their homes next.
Three cats in five days died after they drank antifreeze or radiator coolant in a Vancouver neighborhood.
As the Oregon Humane Society investigates and criticism mounts, those inside the Portland Aquarium in Milwaukie, Ore., continue to maintain their innocence. But that didn’t stop the protestors outside the aquarium Sunday.
Cody Hermeling was hit by a reckless driver in September 2010. Twenty-six-years old at the time, he needed 187 pints of blood after firefighters extricated him from his car on Highway 30.
But a former Portland Aquarium employee has come forward, to say the log is real. That worker — a marine biologist — quit earlier this year, saying she did so because of how many animals were dying.
The search continues for the person who bound a cat with duct tape — and left it in a backpack to die. His owners are now pleading for justice.
The collision delayed Beaverton-area commuter train travel for about two hours Wednesday morning.
The 911 call from a father, desperate to save his fallen son, has been released to KOIN 6 News.
City of Portland budget cuts slammed such Portland services as fire and police. Yet, Portland’s homeless groups received a $15 million bonus from the city this past week. Where will it go?