California wildfire destroys 68 homes

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In the hours before fire crews were able to corral a wildfire in rural far Northern California, wind-driven flames fuel…

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DEQ responds to Montavilla crematorium

Neighbors are very worried about black smoke spewing from a new crematorium in northeast Portland. After months of trying to get answers the…

Kim and Roy Fox bought the historic Rayworth House and planned to move it. However, permitting process for the move was put on hold by the city of Portland over concerns for trees along the moving route. Sept. 12, 2013. (KOIN 6 News)

Red tape, trees block historic home move

Roy and Kim Fox bought the Rayworth House and wanted to move it about two miles. But Portland’s parks bureau brought the process to a halt, …

Camas High School fans show their spirit to the KOIN 6 Blitz, Sept. 6, 2013 (KOIN 6 News)

KOIN 6 Blitz: Top team in top tilt

A tough game is on tap for the new No. 1 high school football team, and that game is the KOIN 6 Blitz featured game of the week.

City Target, left, and the Cascade Station Target in Portland, September 2013 (KOIN 6 News)

‘Price discrimination’ legal, common

Shoppers have been surprised to find that some basic home goods purchased at City Target were more expensive than at the Cascade Station Tar…


Occupy Portland loses another camp spot

It’s the first day the sidewalk near Terry Schrunk Plaza has been clear in months following an Occupy camper clear-out. And now those camper…

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Hwy. 30 crash linked to bridge closure

Two vehicles collided on Highway 30 beneath the St. Johns Bridge Thursday afternoon, after the bridge closed for police response to a woman …

Dr. Louis Picker of the OHSU Vaccine and Gene Therapy Institute, Sept. 12, 2013 (KOIN 6 News)

OHSU AIDS vaccine is leap toward cure

A vaccine developed by researchers at Oregon Health & Science University may be a leap forward toward finding a cure for AIDS.

David Holm, the P.E./math/wellness teacher at ACCESS Alternative School in Portland, Ore., helps student Gabriel Shepard with a math assignment. Undated 2013 photo. (Christopher Onstott/Portland Tribune)

Ore. test results called a disappointment

The results of Oregon’s standardized tests tumbled this year, and were down markedly in high school writing. State leaders blamed the perfor…