The elderly man who drove the wrong way on Interstate 5 near Ridgefield, killing one child and injuring two others, has died.
Paul Stanford, one of the nation’s leading marijuana legalization advocates, doesn’t only want Oregonians to have the right to smoke pot. He wants it written into the state constitution.
Three middle school students were hit by a car Wednesday morning, and sun glare may have been a factor.
A Gresham woman allegedly under the influence of alcohol lost control of her pickup on Highway 26 Tuesday and caused a chain reaction crash that involved a total of 9 vehicles.
For the second time in a month, a disruptive passenger has landed at PDX after an airborne rampage.
Nine midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy are building houses for Portland families in need through Habitat for Humanity.
The City of Portland is hosting a ‘safety fair’ Wednesday night in light of the recent sexual offenses that have been reported throughout North and Northeast Portland.
A lumber truck crashed and spilled some of its load onto I-5 near Victory Boulevard, closing all three lanes of traffic for some time.
A building collapsed in Harlem March 12, 2014. This is what it looks like on the ground.
A 24-year-old man was arrested twice by the Port of Portland Police Department at Portland International Airport in the span of one hour and 17 minutes, KOIN 6 News has learned.
Glenn Ford, who is 64, walked free yesterday, after a judge approved the state’s motion to vacate his murder conviction in the death of a jeweler in 1983.
The percentage of young adults signing up for insurance coverage via Oregon’s troubled health-insurance exchange is nearly at the bottom when compared to sign-ups nationwide.
The 2014 election took much clearer shape Tuesday as the deadline passed for people seeking office to declare their intentions.
Eugene Police arrested a 33-year-old man accused of exposing himself after a teacher recognized he was not one of her students.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports the moderate quake that hit late Tuesday afternoon was centered about 250 miles west-northwest of Coos Bay.
Portland lost its third straight, matching its longest skid of the season.
The City of Portland is about to spend $1 million on a new brewery in the Lents neighborhood.
North America’s first cat cafe may open in Portland, the Willamette Week reports.
One of the most wanted men in Washington, who was believed to be in a rest area along I-5 last week, is now thought to be in Linn County.
A controversial proposal to build a new location for the organic mega-chain in Northeast Portland is going back on the table — if the mayor has anything to say about it.