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.
Trista says she's received rape threats, even death threats, for helping create a Facebook page aimed at cleaning up Facebook.
A Seattle man suspects the medical marijuana he smoked made him sick, but the state was unwilling to help him find out.
A KATU On Your Side Investigation exposed problems with the foster care system in January when the state removed two children from their foster home of several years.
Saturday marks the 10th anniversary of what's probably Oregon's most famous Iraq war death. And it has been an agonizing 10 years of unknowns for his parents. Was he was accidentally left behind during an ambush in the city of Nasiriyah? Or did he choose to stay behind while his convoy of vehicles from the 507th Maintenance Company escaped?
A college student waiting for her tax refund is now fighting to protect her identity after someone else started using her Social Security number.
Below are the stories KATU News has aired about teen suicide. This page also contains links to nearly a dozen programs, projects and nonprofits dedicated to helping teens and parents deal with everything from bullying to depression to suicide.
Three different women say Marlin Pohlman of Portland gave them drinks that tasted funny. He's accused of raping one of them, sexually abusing another and assaulting a third
When a surgeon operated on the wrong eye on a 4-year-old boy, his parents were shocked that something like that could happen. Now, they are pursuing a medical malpractice case against the doctor who performed the surgery, and the hospital where it was done.
An Oregon company is promising great deals while helping charity, but some people doing business with it say they're owed thousands of dollars.
How long will it take firefighters to arrive if you have an emergency? KATU pored through data from the city of Portland and found sections of towns where it takes firefighers minutes longer than the ideal time to reach a scene. In some cases, that could mean the difference between life and death.
A man who admitted to police that he killed his dogs because he couldn’t afford to take care of them now has a puppy at home – despite a judge’s order against it. JP Stalcup says his attorney cleared having a dog with a judge, but KATU could not confirm it.
A KATU On Your Side investigation has prompted a congressional probe into the misuse of sleeping pills by armed forces members on sensitive military missions.