Milwaukee center Zaza Pachulia knocks the ball away from Blazers center Robin Lopez during in Portland, March 18, 2014. (AP Photo/Steve Dykes)

Blazers work OT to beat Bucks

Despite the worst record in the NBA, the Bucks gave the Blazers trouble for most of the game. There were 23 lead changes in regulation, and …

Paul David Suryan, 34, died when he lost control and hit a truck on NW Zion Church Road near North Plains, March 18, 2014 (Washington County Sheriff's Office)

Speeding car hits truck, driver dies

The driver of a car that was likely speeding died when the car collided head-on with a truck along a Washington County road Tuesday morning.

Pacific University Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Michael Mallery was indicted on 7 counts of sex abuse, Jan. 21, 2014 (Washington County Sheriff's Office)

Pac U VP acquitted on sex charges

Michael Mallery, the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Pacific University, was acquitted on sex abuse charges Tuesday.

A sketch of a man suspected in a purse theft and assault in Beaverton on March 6, 2014 (Beaverton PD)

Woman: purse thief assaulted me

Nearly two weeks after an alleged attack, Beaverton police released a sketch of a person a woman claims attacked her on March 6.

Debra Winkler, March 18, 2014 (Multnomah County Sheriff's Office )

OHSU staff finds loaded rifle in vehicle

An alert Oregon Health & Sciences University employee noticed a rifle inside a parked vehicle on the hospital’s Sam Jackson campus, official…

Safety Net of Oregon closed suddenly, leaving hundreds of vulnerable clients even more vulnerable, March 17, 2014 (KOIN 6 News)

Warrant: Safety Net missing $600K

About $600,000 appears to be missing from the non-profit’s books, KOIN 6 News learned. The search warrant laid out a number of inconsistenci…

A Help Wanted sign (MGN Online, file)

Oregon jobless rate lowest since 2008

The department said February saw moderate job growth, marked by stronger-than-expected numbers in manufacturing and continued steady growth …

Richard Eugene Ipsen, 59, of Tualatin is accused of putting a hidden camera in the bathroom of a Sherwood Starbucks. He was arrested June 25, 2013. (Washington County Jail)

Man guilty in Starbucks peeper case

The man accused of installing hidden cameras at a Sherwood, Ore. Starbucks bathroom was found guilty Tuesday after a speedy trial.

The Chevy Cobalt moves on the assembly line at the Lordstown Assembly Plant Thursday Aug. 21, 2008. in Lordstown, Ohio. The U.S. government’s auto safety watchdog likely is looking into whether General Motors was slow to report problems that led to a massive small-car recall and 13 deaths. Photo/Ron Schwane, File)

General Motors recalls 1.5 M vehicles

General Motors is bracing for a major financial hit after announcing 3 recalls that affect a total of roughly 1.5 million vehicles.