A Clark County woman's ordeal had many of us in tears just hearing about it. Caran Johnson tweeted about the crash on Interstate 205 in Vancouver Wednesday, warning other drivers about the backup. Then she learned, it was her husband who had died in the accident.
The On Your Side Investigators pored through documents and found Oracle was selected after a two-year bidding process. They also found there was another state project that complicated Oracle's creation of Cover Oregon's website.
Ten pounds of pot, $18,000 and a gun. That's what West Linn Police seized in a bust involving several West Linn High School students, after a six-week long drug trafficking investigation.
Criminals traditionally target parked cars in areas like the Lloyd Center, especially during the holiday season, knowing shoppers might stash their purchases in their cars while they continue shopping – just so they don't have to carry them around.
A homeowner in southeast Portland had to move out after she could no longer afford it but soon discovered squatters had moved in and trashed the place. She called police but when they arrived and confronted the squatters, police didn't arrest anyone.
The On Your Side Investigators learn ex-Blazer Rasheed Wallace repaid his back taxes, but remains behind on his current bill.
KATU’s Anna Canzano visited Columbia River Correctional Facility in N.E. Portland recently and learned inmates have more TV privileges than you might think.
Staff at R.A. Brown Middle School seized cellphones from students after several of them captured a confrontation Friday. On Monday, a district spokeswoman denied that staff deleted any cellphone videos.
A surgeon known as 'Dr. Death' arrived back in Portland on Friday after an Australian court suspended his prison sentence and set him free.
Snakes on a plate? A local mom poured out a bag of frozen green beans for dinner when she spotted what appeared to be a severed snake head in the veggies.
The Oregon doctor, dubbed "Doctor Death" in Australia is en route, flying back to Portland.
A reluctance to resign, a 'deep, emotional' affair, and a toxic work environment. Those were just a few of the details the Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) released in a series of witness interviews Thursday.
Study shows what motivates burglars. It's information that you can use to help protect your home.
Kellymarie Griffin said she was being harassed for being Christian. She sued and won.
Video of Portland police using a stun gun on a man surfaced on the Internet and police say it shows they're doing everything they can to safely handle people with mental health issues.