Vancouver police officers were involved in a shooting early Thursday morning while responding to a large fight that broke out in the city’s downtown area.
Faculty members at Portland State University have voted overwhelmingly in favor to authorize a strike.
A 16-year-old who was described as “out of control” when he left the Sunset High School parking lot school in a car early Thursday, will face harassment and disorderly conduct charges.
A seventh person has been confirmed killed by an explosion that flattened two New York City apartment buildings.
Damian Lillard had 23 points for Portland (42-23), which lost LaMarcus Aldridge to a bruised back early in the second half.
Beginning April 1, a 10-officer unit dedicated to low-level street offenses will patrol the streets.
A fun day of mountain biking for Chris Hess, his wife, Angela, their daughter and their dogs quickly turned into one of the most traumatic experiences of his life when they encountered an agitated couple on the Sandy Ridge Trail.
Former Portland City Commissioner Randy Leonard, who oversaw the Portland Water and Sewer Bureaus for years, told KOIN 6 News Wednesday everything done during his tenure was assumed to be legal.
The suspect in a shooting that injured a police officer near Woodrow Wilson High School was shot and killed Wednesday afternoon.
The man known as the Jogger Rapist, who admitted raping nine women, is giving up his chance at an early parole next month.
A 65-year-old, $750,000 house in the Northeast Portland neighborhood of Alameda was torn down Wednesday by a developer who intends to build two new homes on that one lot. And that has neighbors angry and disheartened.
Monday, doctors induced labor so Briana Dannen, a Sherwood teacher suffering from cancer, could give birth to daughter Harper June. Now, she’s ready for another round of chemotherapy.
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.
Nine midshipmen from the U.S. Naval Academy are building houses for Portland families in need through Habitat for Humanity.
More than a dozen customers from various parts of the country said they tried to buy coins from a Vancouver coin shop online, but never got the coins or a refund.
For the second time in a month, a disruptive passenger has landed at PDX after an airborne rampage.
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.