Is it sabotage, or just bad pest management?
Outspending bids for civic projects is not limited to a handful of multi-million dollar high profile cases.
The rally at Pioneer Square was designed to raise awareneess of the case against Darigold
Insurance agents have not been paid since Cover Oregon enrollment began.
Many want their money back from Marinello School of Beauty.
The exact amount of money was not publicly disclosed, nor the denomination of the bills.
Trevor Bateman-Oubre feels better every time he sees Bear at his doctor’s appointment.
The citizen advisory panel will make its recommendation on the ban to the Portland City Council
The Blazers dropped the first two games in San Antonio but host Game 3 Saturday.
The New Orleans Saints have drafted Oregon State wide receiver Brandin Cooks 20th overall
In August 2005, a cleaning caused a sewage backup in Sharon Dunn’s Milwaukie house.
A fire truck happened to be in the area and helped the man out of the car.
The man in charge of maintaining police professional standards faces criminal investigation.
The mayor of Forest Grove was seriously hurt in a moped crash Wednesday morning, according to the city’s police department.
Facility would be 15 miles from shore and would use floating wind turbine technology.
The Women in Trades career fair focused on showing young girls all about different trades.
A 47-year-old father was arraigned on charges of assault and criminal mistreatment. The arraignment happened on his son’s 2nd birthday.
A Portland lab that houses more than 5,000 research animals is under fire.
Jasen Tod Peterson was taken into custody after park rangers called police.
Police refused Natanya Bolden’s requests to use a restroom four times in 90 minutes.
The Oregon Zoo fired its director and chief veterinarian over findings related to the death of the zoo’s Sumatran orangutan.
Thirty-five years after her death, Portland police continue to search for the killer of 64-year-old Daisy Motley.
A Washington state fire department is still working on a mudslide that killed more than 40 people in March, but it’s also thinking about a c…
Animal rights activists are taking credit for the sudden and unexplained departures of the Oregon Zoo’s director and chief veterinarian.
Explaining her view on parking in Northwest Portland has become an agonizing process for Northwest Portland resident Jeanne Harrison.