CenturyLink says about 4,500 calls failed to get through during a six-hour Washington state 911 outage early last Thursday.
Results of a recent study revealed that legalizing same-sex marriage in Oregon would boost the state’s economy.
A local marathon runner prepares to return to Boston a year after the tragedy that changed thousands of lives, including hers.
A 40-foot dead and decomposing grey whale washed up on the beach in Seaside.
A district court judge lifted the suspension of a high school lacrosse player who planned to — but did not actually — buy alcohol.
Residents began an online petition to get ODOT to make improvements to that stretch of road.
The robber walked in around 3:20 p.m. and showed a note demanding money.
The Jazz Timber Sale of Mount Hood National Forest will move forward after a judge ruled against a lawsuit meant to stop it.
City inspectors say the management company for a SE Portland apartment complex has been “fairly responsive” in correcting issues.
About a dozen kayaks were destroyed in a fire at the Lake Oswego Community Club.
A 35-year-old man is in custody after he was found, in a reportedly suicidal state, at Portland Community College’s Sylvania Campus Tuesday morning.
Compared to cities like Detroit, Sacramento and Minneapolis, notoriously “green” Portland lags on energy efficiency.
Two teens, aged 16 and 17, have been identified after allegedly throwing a cinder block off an Interstate-5 overpass
A ferry carrying 462 people sank off South Korea’s southern coast, April 16, 2014.
World-renowned New York Times blogger Andrew Revkin expressed concern about the likelihood of a major earthquake striking the Pacific Northwest while in Portland over the weekend.
Portland was a national model for Smart Growth. A new study shows otherwise.
Oregon state economists say March saw the largest one-month increase in jobs since well before the Great Recession.
At least 71 Oregon cities have moratoriums on medical marijuana dispensaries and more than 40 others are considering one.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants to regulate what happens with the spent grains from the brewing process.
One year later, a look at the spots in Boston affected by the bombing.