Nordstrom is no longer collecting information from the smart phones of its customers.
The Dalai Lama is in Oregon for a three-day Environmental Summit.
The man was wanted in a violent home invasion robbery. He was located at a Motel 6.
Seventeen of the deaths were from heroin overdoses.
They are demanding the City Council reimburse ratepayers more than $50 million on what they call illegal spending on noncritical mission programs.
Two Republican state representatives want voters to decide whether to overturn a new law that allows immigrants living in Oregon without legal permission to obtain driver’s licenses.
John Brennan expects the TSA to uphold its $1,000 fine.
After asking his neighbors to turn down their music, the suspect allegedly showed them a gun and directed racial slurs at them.
Spc. Brandon Prescott was killed along with four other soldiers when their vehicle was destroyed by an IED.
He was a resident of the home where the shooting occurred.
A mountain lion was captured in Vancouver early Friday morning and released back into the wild a few hours later.
Police said an employee of a local deli was hit in the face with a weapon on June 4, 2012. DNA turned over to the Oregon State Police crime lab lead robbery detectives to arrest a 22-year-old man.
In 2012, the BES reported 180 sanitary overflows in Portland — that is, raw sewage seeping into basements or coming up through manholes.
Images taken as 65 poodles, five cats and four birds were confiscated by Multnomah County Animal Services officers in southeast Portland Thursday.
Officials say the hackers gained access to at least 160,000 social security numbers and a million driver’s license numbers from people booked into jail or receiving citations in 2011 and 2012.
Former school bus driver Ariel Castro has emerged as the lone suspect in the raping and kidnapping of three Ohio women rescued Monday after one woman escaped.
A 12-year-old girl managed to escape after catching the attention of library staff during a possible abduction attempt in Astoria, witnesses report.
There may have been another cougar sighting in Lake Oswego. And this time it was in someone’s backyard.
Multnomah County Animal Services officers were called to the home on Southeast Harold around noon Thursday.
A woman who survived six days stranded near the summit of Mount Hood reunited with her rescuers Thursday. “They all did their jobs wonderfully,” Newberg hiker Mary Owen said, “and I’m so glad that they did.”