One of Oregon’s most famous local families is getting death threats.
Allison Houck suffered the brunt of a Google goof. The map was directing people looking for a car dealership down her dead-end rural road, not to the actual dealership miles away.
The KATU On Your Side Investigators have exposed dozens of digital security risks involving local businesses, schools and governments, including what appears to be backdoor access to systems belonging to Washington County government and the Portland Trail Blazers.
Residents of one neighborhood are afraid someone is going to be killed in what seems a poorly designed new crosswalk on one of Portland’s busiest streets.
Nearly a year after a fire that heavily damaged Woodburn High School, students are still in portable classrooms, and the district says it could take three or four years to get the school back to full operation.
A situation in Oklahoma where thousands of patients were potentially exposed to HIV and hepatitis got us thinking about dentist safety here in Oregon. We were surprised to learn that a local group in the dental industry is actually trying to roll back the rules on patient protection.
The Oregon Senate has unanimously passed a second bill addressing the use of so-called 'seclusion cells' in public schools.
A Lake Oswego parent brought her concerns to KATU when she found she could wonder the hallways of Lake Oswego Junior High School without being questioned by any school staff. When a KATU reporter went to the school unannounced, he remained in the lobby for ten minutes without being stopped or questioned.
A chemical threat lies hidden in millions of American homes, and top government scientists believe it could be killing cats.
Scott Walliman says a patient, who'd just been transferred from maximum to minimum security, stabbed him in the head multiple times.
Three local businesses have filed lawsuits against a company that promised deals for customers and donations for charities.
The company hauling a massive girder that crushed a car and nearly killed a woman on the Marquam Bridge after one of its trucks tipped over may have a troubling inspection history.
Would you put up with stitches, broken bones and bruises on the job?
New documents from the University of Oregon give the best view to date of the recruiting violations the football program faces from the NCAA.
Oregon hospitals are supposed to report medical mistakes to a state agency called the Oregon Patient Safety Commission.
Martha LaMarche's son, Will, was put into the room at Greenway Elementary because he was biting, scratching and hitting teachers. But LaMarche was surprised to learn her son had been put in the same room before and more than just a few times.
The boy threatened to kill his new foster parents. Three times in just the last two months, he's had to be put in an institution.
A proposed law in Oregon, HB 3460, would require the testing of pot for mold, mildew and pesticides as part of a regulated dispensary system.