Two members of the U.S. Congress are pitching an out-of-this-world idea.
Publicist Kirt Webster said Wednesday night that the 54-year-old Travis suffered the stroke while he was being treated for congestive heart failure because of a viral illness.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon Wheat Commission spokesman says South Korean flour mills will resume buying soft white wheat from the Pacific Northwest and will not restrict purchases of wheat grown in Oregon.
Japan, Korea and Taiwan
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House on Wednesday voted to slash money for renewable energy research and defy the Obama administration’s decision to close the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository in a bare-bones annual spending bill for energy and
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Crews worked Wednesday to seal an old oil and gas well off the Louisiana coast that began leaking during work to plug it permanently.
Eileen Angelico, a spokeswoman for the Bureau of Safety and
A Hotshot firefighter returning home from working a wildfire in Eastern Oregon considers himself lucky to be alive after he hit a deer and was knocked unconscious for hours.
A bicyclist collided with a van in Southeast Portland late Wednesday afternoon. The bike rider suffered what police are calling “potential life-threatening injuries.”
Starting Oct. 30, the Seattle-based airline will begin charging passengers a rate “in line with most major airlines” for the first and second checked bags.
A prosecutor is declining to say what sort of weapon was used in the death of a Washington state boy whose body was found in southwestern Montana.
Over the years KOIN 6 News has introduced you to hundreds of children waiting to find adoptive homes. This time we introduce a very special boy, Riley, with a visit to the Portland Audubon Society.
A new project called “Illuminate Oregon City” will change the look of the elevator with a light-art exhibit.
A new independent audit of Portland police shootings shows issues with far more than the bureau’s use of deadly force, including an alleged failure to preserve crime scenes by moving evidence.
A Beaverton student’s weather balloon achieved an altitude of 26 miles on July 6, 2013
The suspect faces charges that police said “stem from McAllister’s contact with multiple vulnerable adult women seeking medical treatment at the Legacy Emanuel Medical Center emergency room.”
A 6-year-old child was caught alone in a moving vehicle in Washington County Wednesday afternoon. The Washington County Sheriff’s Office shares the story.
Eric Thomas had two tiny cameras and a lofty goal. He was “trying to get as high as possible.” To outer space, that is.
It will mark the first time ever that Portland has hosted an All-Star game in any major sport.
A woman and her daughter are accused of filing thousands of dollars in false Medicaid claims which allegedly went to care for a disabled family member who was, in fact, not disabled at all.
A tanker-trailer carrying liquid fertilizer rolled over and spilled some of its contents at the curve of NW 8th Avenue and NW Cornelius Pass Road, closing that section of road for roughly 12 hours Wednesday.
A fire at a Portland lumber company was contained to one area, but fire crews are dealing with downed power lines.