What could you do with an old salad bar cart? Well at Art a la Carte, instead of serving up lettuce and vegetables, they're serving up things like crayons and stickers - and kids are loving it.
Once a staple of birthdays and holidays, paper greeting cards are fewer and farther between — now seen as something special, instead of something that's required.
Looking for something fun to do this month for Halloween? Here's a look at some of the events going on around town.
Alberstons said Monday that it is voluntarily recalling a number of ground beef products sold at its stores in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, due to risk of E. coli contamination.
A new aquarium that will give kids a hands-on experience with marine life and other creatures is coming to Milwaukie.
The proposed ordinance, which is currently being developed by a new committee, is in response to complaints from West Hills residents regarding the latest trend by skaters who roll down the steep and curving roads of Portland's West Hills at speeds equal to or even faster than automobile traffic.
Some kindergartners in Vancouver are getting a jump start on learning a month early.
New research is warning parents about the potentially dangerous chemical PVC found in common school supplies.
It's all part of a Salvation Army program that provides back to school shopping sprees for kids in need.
The goal is to strengthen community spirit and send a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and will fight back.
At around 4,500 square feet, the new skate park that will be going in at Happy Valley Park won't be the biggest or fanciest - but that has been the idea all along.
Elves, pixies, sprites - it's all make believe, right? Not for one Northeast Portland man whose new-found obsession has become the talk of the neighborhood, especially for the local kids. KATU Photojournalist Julie Murray introduces us to Elfin Land.