Neighbors are fighting plans to build a new apartment complex in the historic Lair Hill neighborhood of Southwest Portland.
The votes are in — more than 15,000 of them — and the 6-week-old lion cubs at the Oregon Zoo now have names instead of numbers.
Authorities are looking for a man they say is a suspect in a Jackson County murder last week.
For years, 60 miles of unpaved roads have been an inconvenience for people in outlying neighborhoods, and an embarrassment to the City of Portland.
When Alicia Hill got her stolen car back it was packed with junk – a lot of junk. All of the stuff she found piled on her car and almost all of the stuff packed inside wasn't hers.
One person was killed in a head-on crash on Highway 43 just north of Lake Oswego during the afternoon commute on Tuesday.
Barbur Boulevard falls within the corridor. It's a busy roadway where many people want to see safety improvements. But one possible change, a "Road Diet" has been controversial.
The nine-foot high fence temporarily installed on the Vista Bridge to prevent people from jumping to their death didn't stop one man Monday night from climbing over it and onto the ledge.
Portland's Bureau of Transportation has agreed to discuss putting Barbur on a road diet in hopes of improving safety on what’s been a dangerous stretch of road.
While water lapped against the dock and sunlight danced on the waves, a young woman with big dreams put her arms up on a sailboat, closed her eyes and smiled.
Folks took advantage of the nice weather on Saturday and headed out on the Willamette River near downtown Portland.
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.
At first it seemed silly. Amber Egan-Fields' breakup letter to her breasts that she posted on Facebook. The word were upbeat, but her message was serious.
The bus was parked at the Washington Square transit center around 7 a.m. Friday. The driver noticed that the suspect had vandalized several seats and tried to take a photo, according to Tigard police spokesman Jim Wolf. Police said the suspect then grabbed the phone and assaulted the driver.
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.