Three adults and six children escaped a duplex fire in North Portland Saturday morning.
The city says dozens of fliers that were passed around are hateful, even threatening, toward people with disabilities, and city officials are worried it could lead to violence.
Four giant, colorful hand-knitted banners (they are 18 feet by 21 feet) are now hanging from the bridge's spans on both sides.
Portland city commissioner Steve Novick has decided not to move forward with plans to purchase new parking meters from a company linked to Portland’s former parking manager, Ellis McCoy.
The third and final lane closure in the massive I-84 re-paving project will take place this weekend, although it won’t be as long as the previous two closures. The westbound lanes will close late Saturday night and should re-open by early Monday.
The company is called Rainbow Cab and ironically the city turned down its license application Wednesday, which was the day before two lesbians said a Broadway Cab driver kicked them out of his cab because they were gay.
Looking to escape the heat? Here's a look at some of the fountains and splash pads where you can cool-off!
Here's a quiz for you - what looks a lot like beer but is actually fermented more like wine?
A Multnomah County sheriff's spokesman says a body found in a north Portland, Ore., harbor has been identified as a Clark County, Wash., work release escapee.
The Bike Skills Park is "a dream that’s been in the making for quite some time."
Family and friends are searching for a missing Lewis and Clark law student who disappeared after a run-in with police.
A goose ended up with an arrow straight through its belly and now the question is - who shot the bird?
Uber is a tech start-up that created a smart phone app that can be used to hail a town car. The company wants to expand to Portland, but a series of city regulations prevents it from doing so. That's why it has hired lobbyists here in Portland to sway leaders at city hall.
Hundreds of gathered at Portland’s Peninsula Park Sunday afternoon to protest George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the deadly shooting of Trayvon Martin.
A nationwide blood drive has thousands of people lining up to donate – folks who know they’ll never actually get a chance to give blood because they’re gay.