Stephen W. Rilea was with friends at Yale Reservoir when he drowned.
In what is at least their fourth raffle of its kind, the St. Helens Girls Softball Association is awarding a .50 caliber rifle.
The bodies of two missing campers were found Friday night several hundred feet down a steep hillside in the Tillamook State Forest.
Investigators revealed on Friday that Nicole Laube was stabbed to death while handing out flyers at the Timber Creek Apartment complex.
Some recreational marijuana store owners in Washington are banding together to stop growers’ price-gouging.
KOIN 6 News anchor Jeff Gianola completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Friday after Sport Director Dan Christoperson nominated him.
After losing her daughter in a crash, Carrie Higgins is committed to ending recklessness on Petes Mountain Road.
The Pierce County medical examiner has identified the bodies of three climbers recovered this week from Mount Rainier.
The Oregon Health & Science University has been cited for a second time this year for injuries to two monkeys, according to federal reports.
Sadie Renee Johnson tossed a small firework from a car in July 2013 into the roadside brush.
Three people, including a 10-year-old, were taken to a hospital after a two vehicle crash about 8 miles south of Hood River on Thursday.
Former Multnomah County Chairman Jeff Cogen is the new executive director for a Portland charter school.
The report by the State of Oregon Building Codes Division, obtained by KOIN 6 News, detailed the events surrounding the accident.
Derek Rieth, the percussionist for Pink Martini, died on Wednesday of an apparent suicide, according to the Portland Police Bureau.
Astronauts on the International Space Station are playing with fire, literally.
Michelle Worden-Brosey was in court Friday after pleading guilty to two counts of hindering prosecution.
KOIN 6 meteorologist Sally Showman knows a great deal about science. Friday, she proved she can’t walk on water.
Yes. A rubber duck floated into the Port of Los Angeles. See for yourself.
Zachary Brimhall’s message says he had been mentally ill his entire life.
Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and the Oregon Department of Justice filed the suit.