A nonprofit group has rescued 33 kittens from an apparent hoarder in rural Clackamas County.
A funeral procession with dozens of fire and law enforcement vehicles made its way through Portland and West Linn to Lake Oswego on Wednesday morning to honor John Percin Jr, who was one of 19 wildland firefighters killed recently in Arizona. Percin is originally from West Linn.
A fallen tree is creating a dangerous situation for rafters on the Clackamas River.
Fire investigators determined a fire was started when somebody threw a firework into a car wash shortly after 10 p.m. on Monday night, igniting a large brush inside.
It's that time of year again - time for fireworks and hot dogs, patriotism and family.
Sheriff’s deputies are looking for the driver of a car that crashed into a fence protecting a large propane tank in Clackamas Saturday afternoon.
A puppy in Happy Valley was attacked and nearly killed by a pair of loose pit bulls, and neighbors and officials say it was just one of several attacks by the two dogs in recent years.
A brother and sister whose father drowned in the Clackamas River while swimming after his dog last week is warning others about the dangers of Oregon waterways.
Two suspects are on the loose following a home invasion in Happy Valley early Thursday morning.
Is your summertime budget tight? Not to worry - there will be plenty of entertainment in the coming months at your local parks.
A man riding a motorcycle died in a crash after a truck driver pulled in front of him on Highway 212 early Saturday morning.
Parents and students in Milwaukie are complaining that a coach and teacher in their school district crossed the line in the way he treats students and athletes. Frustrated by the situation, one mother turned to KATU for help.
The picture of a gunman in a white hockey mask armed with an AR-15 rifle isn’t the Jacob Tyler Roberts that his friends said they knew.
Paul Kemp's brother-in-law, Steve Forsyth, was killed in the shooting at Clackamas Town Center. He sat down with Angelica Thornton on Wednesday to discuss the latest reports released by investigators.
After months of interviewing 227 people and fielding 311 tips, investigators said Wednesday they still have no idea why Jacob Tyler Roberts opened fire in Clackamas Town Center, killing two people and seriously injuring a third.