The university filed a response to the alleged victim’s lawsuit earlier this month that included a countersuit, asking the woman or her lawyers for money to cover legal fees.
A three-month examination by the On Your Side Investigators found that the timing of the University of Oregon’s internal investigation of alleged sexual assaults by three basketball players was consistently beneficial to the team’s APR.
A complaint obtained by the Huffington Post says the school dug into the medical records of an alleged rape victim in December without her permission.
Former Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes has filed a lawsuit against the Oregonian to try and keep her emails out of public sight.
A source who leaked emails about embattled ex-governor John Kitzhaber and his fiancee, Cylvia Hayes, might be protected by Oregon whistleblower laws, according to a Portland law professor following the scandals swirling around the former first couple.
If you're one of the many people who received premium subsidies to offset your costs under the Affordable Care Act, you could end up owing Uncle Sam back. You may owe the IRS if you had a major life change or earned more than expected in 2014.
Chances are you have a few 9-volt batteries lying around the house. Yet this common household item can be dangerous if it isn't handled properly. KATU got a first-hand look at how quickly 9-volt batteries can become a fire hazard.
Those emails played a major part in a bombshell investigation by KATU’s news partners at Willamette Week. They exposed scathing details about Kitzhaber's relationship with his fiancée, Cylvia Hayes.
A home care nightmare came to an emotional end when a former state caregiver, who was accused of stealing thousands of dollars and personal belongings from a Milwaukie couple she cared for, was sentenced to seven months in jail for her crimes.
OHA and ATSDR ask local ALS victims to join a national registry, as Intel faces increased environmental scrutiny
Police said Joshua Brown walked into Joseph Gale Elementary in Forest Grove on Thursday and grabbed a student. He dropped the boy when a teacher confronted him. Staff called 911 and then chased Brown from the school.
Cylvia Hayes, the fiancée of Oregon's former Governor John Kitzhaber, is vowing to fight an order from the state attorney general that required her to turn over emails related to her public service, the KATU On Your Side Investigators uncovered Thursday.
Convicted of attempted murder as a teen, Sang Dao earned a college degree while in prison and now a pardon from Oregon's outgoing governor
Former Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes is reportedly fighting back against a state order requiring her to release emails related to her public service. The Oregonian says Hayes has vowed to go to court to fight that state order.
Airbnb-type short term rentals are now regulated in Portland, but not in unincorporated areas of Washington County. That's caused a big problem for at least one woman in the Garden Home community, who says her neighbor's rental home is a nuisance.
A Portland law professor says subpoenas issued by the U.S. Department of Justice into Oregon's departing governor and his fiancee indicate officials could be investigating the couple for possible wire fraud, mail fraud, bribery and corruption in public office.
When Oregon Secretary of State Kate Brown, a Democrat, becomes governor on Wednesday, her chief of staff will be Brian Shipley, KATU’s On Your Side Investigators confirmed Monday.
A U.S. House oversight committee wants to take a closer look at outgoing Gov. John Kitzhaber’s 2014 re-election campaign and any involvement it may have had with Cover Oregon, the state’s failed health care exchange.
Embattled Governor John Kitzhaber considers a legal defense fund to pay expenses in the wake of a criminal investigation and ethics complaints.
Pressure is mounting in the ethical whirlwind surrounding Gov. John Kitzhaber's office as another group announced plans to file a complaint with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission.
Below is a list of the major stories that KATU's On Your Side Investigators uncovered in the Cover Oregon debacle and/or posted on KATU.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators caught a revealing moment on video and spoke with the state's Speaker of the House about why she’s asking Gov. John Kitzhaber to resign.
Oregon State Police trooper says he hands out tickets daily, while drivers using the lights say the real problem is headlights that aren't installed right
Sources with direct knowledge of the situation say embattled Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber had reached a decision to resign because of an ethics scandal surrounding him and his fiancée, but he changed his mind for reasons that are unclear.
Shot or not? A Brush Prairie woman who was struck in the head by what she believes was a stray bullet from a nearby rifle range is still pushing for safety improvements at the range even after investigators called her claims inconclusive. Linda Sperling told KATU she wants Clark Rifles shooting range, which abuts her home, to bolster safety measures or shut down altogether.
KATU shares findings of exclusive After Dark investigation with state and federal policymakers; the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry is already reviewing health complaints at Intel's Rio Rancho campus.
Lake Oswego schools Superintendent Dr. Heather Beck knows better than anyone in Oregon what legalizing recreational marijuana will bring in your kid's classroom. She came here from Colorado where she saw firsthand the problems educators experienced after that state legalized recreational marijuana.
Governor John Kitzhaber is calling on the Oregon Attorney General for an independent review of his office surrounding influence-peddling allegations against his fiancée. At the same time, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum disclosed that she had already launched an investigation.
When Daniel Berry pulled a muscle in his back it was the beginning of the end. But his death led to a discovery that may affect the health and future of everyone living around Portland.
A report by independent quality-assessment contractor Maximus found that Cover Oregon’s attempt to transition to the federal exchange is at a high risk of failure, and for many of the same reasons that forced the transition in the first place.
Judge rules 13 year old girl has no protection in public from "upskirt" images being taken.
Time and time again, we have found that the defendant's actions, which is called upskirting, did not violate the state's so-called peeping tom laws because the girls they filmed were fully clothed.
Right now, if a rape case isn't prosecuted in the state within six years, it can never be re-opened.
The nonprofit group Safer Oregon PAC filed a petition to recall the governor for what it described as “embezzlement of public funds” and a “failure to protect Oregon businesses, families and children.”
Mike Sperling recently contacted Clark County councilors to air his safety concerns and ask for help after his wife, Linda Sperling, 65, was shot in the head while gardening on her 5-acre property last week. The Sperling's property neighbors a shooting range. Clark County's acting manager said the safety measures at the range could be 'enhanced significantly.'
A worried mom says the parking situation at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is a mess that's potentially putting her son's health at risk.
In his past life working the drug division as a Canadian Mountie, Kal Malhi regularly stopped drivers who had the telltale signs of being high: slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, reeking of weed.
Sarah Wright gets help feeding her three-month-old twins from the government's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, also known as WIC.
Portland taxicab drivers pass up fares, denying service to potentially paying customers. What’s driving their decision to dismiss one person and pick up another?
Peter Bass not only served as a youth pastor at a local church, he also volunteered at a nearby private school, where some parents say they were blindsided.
What if there was some way – ANY way - for you to know where you were most likely to get a ticket – BEFORE you parked? The KATU On Your Side Investigators analyzed a year’s worth of parking tickets to see if there was a pattern to parking enforcement.
The 12-year-old boy’s family says the Reynolds School District won't let them see the video and that not enough is being done to keep all of their kids safe.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office confirms Linda Sperling filed 3 previous complaints, including 2 in 2009