A 15-year-old who was shot at a TriMet transit station died of his injuries.
Homicide detectives said the body of 35-year-old Tiffany Fern Marie Jenks turned up on Tuesday morning at Blue Lake Park in Fairview. A medical examiner said she died from a gunshot wound.
Reilly Zinda said he wanted to wear pink socks in his youth football game on Saturday to support his mom, who has been free of cancer for only a few weeks.
Is Portland's reputation as a safe city taking a hit? Is our homeless problem costing the city millions in lost business? Those are the concerns that are being raised after two incidents involving out-of-towners.
Portland Parks Foundation’s citywide work party, is challenging the community to get out, get their hands dirty, and make a difference in the parks and outdoor spaces we love to enjoy.
A man who investigators say torched an SUV and tried to burn down three houses was sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison on Monday.
Mayor Charlie Hales said he and City Commissioner Steve Novick, who oversees Portland’s Transportation Bureau, have broached the idea of extending the Eastside line past the Broadway Bridge, where it travels into downtown Portland, further north along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
When a tree fell on Henry Linebaugh's house on Sunday, he jumped into action to start cleaning up. His neighbors had the same thought and rallied to help him clear the tree.
Ian Sutherland was hit by a MAX train Wednesday because he had his headphones in and didn't hear it coming.
Police said a 17-year-old boy armed with a machete stopped a man walking in Southeast Portland and stole his headphones. But a short time later someone else with the suspect returned, gave the victim his headphones back and offered an apology.
It's a type of theft that happens so often on TriMet that police have given it a nickname - 'Apple Picking.'
Police are on the lookout for two suspects who stole an iPad from a deaf man while he was riding a MAX train.
A health advisory for Blue Lake has been lifted after an algae bloom spotted there earlier this week disappeared and tests came back clean.
The City of Portland is building a brand new emergency coordination center. A large sculpture for the building is ready, but a city audit raises some serious concerns about other parts of the city's emergency plan.
New signs are posted, the yellow warning lights are flashing: class is in session, and school districts are expanding their attempt to rein in speeding drivers in school zones.