Some Portland residents are uniting to prevent the development of a multi-story apartment complex in Goose Hollow.
The Oregon chapter of a group that sends care packages to troops overseas is closing.
Parents of two Forest Grove girls killed in an accident last year said they are proud to know that one of their daughters was able to give t…
A 17-year-old was charged with arson on Tuesday in connection with a fire that destroyed a Vancouver elementary school in February 2013.
Thousands of oil carloads come through Oregon each year, and with news that many more may come through soon, questions are being raised abou…
Executive director of Central City Concern admits more could have been done to protect personal info. that an ex-employee is now accused of …
The FBI served a search warrant last week at the home of a local businessman, who is known for his charity work, in connection with a child …
A portion of Riverside Drive South in Salem has reopened after a semi-truck got wedged under a railroad trestle Tuesday morning.
“Star Wars: Episode VII” finally has its stars. May the Force be with them.
If you want to vote on May 20th, you’d better get registered before midnight tonight.
A thief made off with more than $1,000 worth of anti-smoking gum Sunday.
Forest Hills Park student Matthew Lei’s drawing won Google’s Doodle 4 Google competition.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announced April 29, 2014, that LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling is banned for life, in response to racist comm…
Florence appeals court says Knox delivered fatal blow in her British roommate’s 2007 murder.
National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver handed LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling a lifetime ban.
A Multnomah County grand jury determined the use of deadly force by two police officers was justified under state law after an armed 20-year…
NBA officials address alleged racist comments made by LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling
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A man accused of threatening patients and staff at a local medical facility is expected in court Tuesday.
Congressional aides say senators have dropped a demand that the U.S. publicly declare how many civilians it kills in drone strikes.