Every Father’s Day since 2001, Pauline Nelson has left a special tribute at her dad’s niche at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Gresham.
Police say a burglary suspect who broke into a Southeast Portland strip mall early Monday morning may be responsible for other, similar crimes.
Police said the man didn’t commit a crime, but his behavior was without a doubt suspicious. The man was caught on the home’s surveillance cameras in the Hollybrook neighborhood.
A Portland Public Schools teacher says a controversial education program about race has gone too far.
Police are searching for whoever’s responsible for setting cars on fire early Thursday morning in a Northeast Hillsboro neighborhood.
Some people in Southeast Portland's Creston-Kenilworth neighborhood are on guard after they discover a rash of property crimes in their community. Crimes range from items stolen from cars, to stolen packages, to stolen locked-up bikes.
A couple who've lived in their home for 35 years says the city of Portland is suddenly trying to take away part of their backyard, which sits on a public alleyway 16 feet wide.
Kent Landers says insurance won't pay the rest of his $24,000 repair bill.
A second mother now says she pulled her son out of a local school after he came home several times with bruises.
Parents are turning more and more to crowdfunding sites to raise money for everything from children's birthday parties to college educations. There's a new crowdfunding trend, and it's happening in our area: raising money to pay for sports costs.
Julie Weflen's Bonneville Power Administration co-workers campaign for information gives her stepmom hope for answers in her disappearance.
A local father says a neighbor was caught spying on his 7-year-old son with a drone, while the neighbor, a recreational drone pilot, says the situation is being blown out of proportion.
Sometimes the only thing standing between a terrorist and a train carrying thousands of gallons of highly explosive oil is a ‘no trespassing’ sign.
Six University of Oregon employees are under investigation for how they handled the counseling records of the student who accused three university basketball players of rape.
In recent months, the On Your Side Investigators have examined cases of Intel employees dying from ALS. After our reports aired, we heard from many of you, including the widow of a teacher in Aloha. She wonders if living by an Intel plant had unintended consequences that cost her husband his life.