A fire damaged a restaurant in Hillsboro early Tuesday.
Sheriff’s deputies took two men into custody after a carjacking in Aloha on Thursday.
Police served three search warrants and arrested four people Tuesday morning after a year-long investigation into drugs, identity theft and forgery, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office said.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office says Alex Chisholm was found safe on Sunday morning.
Staff at R.A. Brown Middle School seized cellphones from students after several of them captured a confrontation Friday. On Monday, a district spokeswoman denied that staff deleted any cellphone videos.
These days almost every kid has a smart phone, so it wasn't surprising that several students captured a confrontation between a student and staff at R A Brown Middle School in Hillsboro Friday morning. Students said later that day, staff collected all the phones from the kids in the gym and deleted any videos they had of the incident.
Imagine waiting for your young child to come home from school, going out to meet them at the bus stop and then realizing they aren't on the school bus.
Nine parents pulled their seventh- and eighth-graders out of math class and started teaching them at home, because they are upset with the new Common Core curriculum that public schools in Oregon are starting this year.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is investigating at least eight car break-ins that occurred Thursday night in Aloha.
One of the sure signs the holiday season is upon us is the arrival of the 75-foot Douglas Fir in Pioneer Courthouse Square and believe it or not, we're just a week and a half away from the big delivery.
According to Lt. Mike Rouches, spokesman for the department, 35-year-old Officer Will Blood fired the shot that killed Victor Torres-Elizondo, 30, after police say he opened fire on them after they pulled over a car. Torres-Elizondo was a passenger in the car.
A woman who knew the man shot by Hillsboro police Friday night said he told her he would shoot at police if they ever stopped him.
People who saw the crash can't believe Greg Kaphammer wasn't more seriously injured. They also can't believe the SUV that hit his car somehow managed to drive away from the crash.
It's impossible to miss the potholes along Northeast 157th Avenue. And neighbors in the area have grown so frustrated by the lack of help from the city that they've started using their own shovels and dirt to fill them in.
When police asked the four people to get out of the car they say the front passenger opened fire at one of the officers with a handgun. The officer fell to the ground but was not hit. Her partner returned fire.