The number of people missing in the massive Washington state landslide has dropped to six.
Police discovered drug paraphernalia while serving a search warrant at Ward Weaver’s ex-wife’s home on Wednesday.
The tentative agreement between PSU-AAUP and the PSU administration was ratified on Wednesday.
Fifteen people, including at least five firefighters, were injured when a firetruck rammed into a California restaurant.
A new online map offers a new way for Portlanders to find local farmers in their neighborhoods.
“Bulletproof” is actually a misnomer: here are 6 more things you should know.
Businessman Sam Drevo has put 10,000 kayakers in the often rough waters.
Police admit sex trafficking is a consistent issue locally but also said investigators are getting better at fighting it.
Christie Luehrs, 34, has broken the women’s open world record five times.
The Portland Water Bureau was forced to shut down one of its Mt. Tabor reservoirs Wednesday morning after three people were spotted trespassing.
Police have charged a man after he allegedly video recorded children in a bathroom in Linn County.
The Blazers started fast and played well through the season. Here’s a quick look at the team.
Joseph Calderon allegedly sexually abused a girl between the ages of four and 12.
Two teens and one weapon were found, but a third teen is still wanted.
City of Seaside crews buried a 40-foot dead and decomposing grey whale Wednesday morning that washed up on the beach a day earlier.
Before a police officer was shot, robbers broke into a store that sells body armor.
It’s officially burn season in Fairview, Gresham and Wood Village, Gresham interim Fire Chief Greg Matthews announced Wednesday.
A ferry carrying 462 people sank off South Korea’s southern coast, April 16, 2014.
The Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Bridge will be named “Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People.”
The National Archives is scheduled to release about 7,500 pages of documents on Friday from former President Bill Clinton’s administration.