The ex-president of East Timor, Jose Ramos-Horta, said in an email to KOIN 6 News Stacey Addison now has “good legal representation.”
Just as firefighters begin to get a good handle on the wildfires near Portland, the threat of mudslides and debris flows have become a conce…
No one stepped forward with an offer to buy the 88-year-old bridge that Multnomah County put up for sale in August and it will be demolished…
September 23 is National Voter Registration Day, and students got a lesson about the importance of voting from Sen. Ron Wyden.
Miss America Kira Kazantsev said Tuesday that she was removed from her college sorority over a letter that made light of hazing, but she den…
The causing vehicle caught on fire and trapped two people. Both people died at the scene.
Seattle residents who fail to separate food waste from trash will be fined.
A commercial power outage in the Rose Quarter area disrupted several MAX lines.
Neighborhood activists trying to stop residential demolitions and infill projects are running into bureaucratic obstacles — both at the city…
A woman accused of defrauding the state out of thousands of dollars in public assistance will be arraigned in Multnomah County Circuit Court…
A suspected gang member involved in a downtown shooting that injured four people will be arraigned Tuesday morning, police confirm.
Police have arrested two men following an assault at a Cascade Locks motel early Tuesday morning.
Washington State Liquor Control Board records show 35 different marijuana-infused food and beverages so far.
In a matter of days, the fate of Lake Oswego’s Wizer Block may finally be decided.
A health advisory remains in effect to stay out of the Willamette River after tests indicated the blue-green algae in the body of water is t…
ODOT says they expect to reopen the southbound off-ramp and on-ramp that link Interstate 5 with North Marine Drive Tuesday morning.
The Pentagon said a mix of fighter jets, bombers and Tomahawk missiles fired from ships in the region targeted the Islamic State group.
Two Portland police officers proved their willing to serve in any situation when they delivered a pizza earlier this month.
People who live near Mount Norway vow to use all means necessary to stop a proposed new development down the street.
James Larkins faces a charge of first-degree aggravated theft for knowingly buying the stolen items from Matthew Poorman, police said.