Grady Waxenfelter worked for Clackamas County for 17 years as a mechanic and weighmaster.
A federal judge says he’ll issue a decision Monday on a constitutional challenge to Oregon’s same-sex marriage ban.
The $52 million TriMet said will be invested to make the system better will be spent on many things.
Angela Stephenson was working toward her goal of becoming a paralegal so she could support her three young children.
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A torch was below a car on an overhead lift and was fueling the fire, officials said.
It’s Election Day, and we’ve got what you need to know — including a list of ballot drop-off sites — in preparation for the big vote.
Months after it was damaged by a boulder and then vandalized, the historic Benson Bridge at Multnomah Falls may open this weekend.
The Sellwood Bridge re-opened ahead of schedule Friday afternoon, three days after closing for installation of girders for the new bridge.
A retrial in Washington County Circuit Court resulted in a repeat rape conviction Thursday for Ronald Leistiko.