Shane Chandra appeared rested and alert for his Clark County court appearance Thursday morning. The 18-year-old is facing burglary, possession of drugs, theft and escape charges after running from deputies while partially handcuffed.
Portland, the home of bicycles, Cyclepedia and the naked bike ride — are all part of Pedalpalooza. The three weeks of “car-free fun” starts Thursday, June 6.
The animal-welfare group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals says Portland ranks second on its list of most vegan-friendly cities in the United States.
“Questions have been raised about TriMet’s finances, operations, and transparency,” said Rep. Chris Gorsek, D-Troutdale. “These questions deserve answers and the audit by the Secretary of State will provide answers.”
The Oregon National Guard’s Medical Evacuations Unit never knows when a call for help will come from a local sheriff.
Andre Miller is closely following the mystery surrounding the death of his friend Ivy Harris, the Portland tourist found slain in Hawaii. He also may have helped police find the man now charged with her murder.
The Oregon House has passed a bill that would put into law some of the terms of a legal settlement that lifts an injunction barring the state from killing wolves that attack livestock.
The son of a Washington state senator has been sentenced to participate in a two-year sex offender treatment program.
No running water replaced by porta pottys and bottled water is not ideal for anyone. At an elementary school, it requires quick thinking.
This phase of the project comes with a $25 million price tag, but city leaders are working to cut costs.
This weekend, Washington Department of Transportation crews will install 12 girders in the last phase of the Salmon Creek Interchange Project, totally closing a section of I-5 for days.
Behind the scenes with the Oregon National Guard air rescue unit
The company was drawn to The Dalles by tax incentives and cheap electricity.
She is accused of stealing money from an evidence room in Newport.
The motor was valued at $6,500. Neighbors helped identify the suspects.
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A Pennsylvania doctor on a guided fishing trip in southwestern Montana went home with an amazing tale of hauling in a 25-pound lunker — a baby moose she helped rescue from rushing waters.
He spent an estimated 30 minutes underwater.
The commission is also considering raising it from 50 to 75 cents.
The suspects and the victims reportedly knew each other prior to the incident.
David Chatman was the victim’s cheerleading coach in Tualatin until he was convicted of charges related to fondling another student.