A former Marine corporal has been reunited with the military working dog he says meant everything to him when he served in Afghanistan.
The Oregon state medical examiner says last week’s death of a Washington man who jumped off the Ross Island Bridge was an accident.
A preferred rabies shot for cats currently is on back order, potentially leaving many pets and their owners more susceptible to the disease.
Hundreds of firefighters worked Thursday to protect communities from a wildfire that is chewing up a scenic Arizona canyon.
Tennessee’s governor on Thursday signed a bill into law allowing the state to electrocute death row inmates under certain circumstances.
A record 620 special education students from Beaverton schools participated in the district’s Special Education Track and Field Invitational…
Barlow High School’s Nena Dudley is the Athlete of the Week for May 22, 2014.
Policy experts, and a city audit point to the street fee as a result of PBOT poorly managing funds.
Social media is hurting the investigation because people post to Facebook instead of filing police reports, officials said.
Residents in Portland’s Hollywood District are being told signs they put up to deter people from parking in their neighborhood are illegal.