It's a familiar story - sea lions and fishermen fighting over salmon. On the one side you have hungry animals snatching what they can from fish runs but on the other side you have humans trying to maintain what has been their economic lifeline.
An Oregon City teenager's tweets have gotten him suspended from school for what he's calling a joke.
They say all signs are there that the pest is poised to make farmlands its next frontier. That could lead to an economic catastrophe.
A kayak instructor pulled three people to safety after their raft was stuck on a downed tree in the chilly Clackamas River Sunday afternoon.
A heartbroken Oregon City teenager who fears she lost her prom dress to a package thief got a big surprise this week - the news that she will get her dream dress after all.
Mackenzie Koll saved about $80 on her own and split the cost with her mom so she could afford a floor-length gown lined with just the right amount of sparkle.
A local burger restaurant is helping the family of a 9-year-old girl who was killed in an accidental shooting in Oregon City.
Transit police have caught 53 people in all. They call the thefts "Apple picking" – named after the popular Apple iPhone.
The KATU Problem Solvers are revealing ground-breaking new data that may change the way you vote on Portland's fluoridation measure next month. It’s data that the state wasn't eager for you to see.
A Clackamas County sheriff's deputy was arrested on weapons and menacing charges in connection to an alleged domestic violence incident.
A former Clackamas County elections employee accused of ballot tampering pleaded guilty on Thursday and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has declined to adopt rules regulating how late bars and taverns can allow customers to drink on outdoor patios.
Deanna Swenson of Oregon City was arrested last fall after another election worker saw her filling in ovals on ballots where preferences had been left empty by voters.
John Huszar owns a rental house. On day he went over to talk to the renters, but to his surprise he found a construction crew installing large utility boxes on the lawn.
While 99 times out of 100, if you lose sight of your child, you'll find him safe and sound. But the FBI says its app is for that one time when your kid is gone and you need help.