KATU first introduced you to a group of women five months ago who underwent a procedure called Essure, meant to permanently prevent pregnancy. But they became part of a growing number of women who say the procedure caused them serious health problems. Now, with complaints about Essure piling up, the On Your Side Investigators reveal the twists their stories have taken and one horrifying decision one woman made to stay healthy.
On Your Side Investigator Anna Canzano gets a top Oregon lawmaker to commit to closing a legal loophole that draws sex offenders to Oregon.
A male student at Skyview High School who was accused of using a cellphone to snap a picture up a teacher's dress during class will not be charged with a crime, the Clark County Sheriff’s Office said.
What would local districts do if a stabbing spree happened in our schools? Our On Your Side Investigators spent time digging into emergency plans and found that policies are changing in light of this unusual threat.
The data shows the student-teacher boundary is being violated. There are multiple references to social media like Facebook, Snapchat and the dating website OKCupid.
The Gladstone police chief is expected to brief the City Council tonight about an officer who stepped down as a dog handler.
The On Your Side Investigators unearthed a damning nine-page report of Gladstone police Officer Steve Mixson and his handling of Dyno, who bit four officers - including Mixson - while responding to criminal calls in the last two years.
The co-owner of Moreland Farmers Pantry denies any discrimination plans, and says that he and his wife simply have Libertarian political views.
A representative of Cover Oregon told a congressional panel Thursday that he’s proud of the work that’s been done "to improve Oregonians' lives."
For the first time in almost two years, Cover Oregon opened its legislative oversight committee meetings to the public that were once held in secret. The newfound transparency came after KATU asked questions about whether those closed-door meetings broke state Sunshine laws.
Opponents want Oregon leaders to consider accident near Plymouth, Washington as part of their review of a proposed LNG terminal on the Oregon coast.
Mark your calendars. Uninsured Oregonians have another month to apply for health insurance thanks to Cover Oregon's plethora of technical problems. Meanwhile, Monday marked the deadline for the rest of the country to apply for health insurance this year under the Affordable Care Act.
Laura Sandgren thought she did everything right to get health insurance through Cover Oregon, the state’s health insurance exchange. She applied before the deadline, frequently checked the status of her application and even sought the help of an insurance broker to expedite the process.
Oregon residents will get an extra month to apply for private health insurance, Gov. Kitzhaber announced on Wednesday.
Milwaukie police have gotten a half-dozen complaints this month.