Court records showed Dianne Davidoff had a history of mental illness and major financial problems.
Police in Portland are stretched thin right now with a growing gang problem and a shortage of officers. But it’s not just crime that has the city searching for more officers. Departments across the country are also having problems finding people to wear the badge.
Local bike riders now using special seat locks and leashes to keep parts from disappearing.
Kim Floyd, who lives off Southwest Bald Peak Road, says she and her wife have to go to a mail distribution station nine miles from their home to pick up their mail.
A new report from the Oregon Department of Transportation released Thursday puts a dollar amount to the cost to the state's economy if the bridge system isn't maintained.
Julia Harmon, the league's treasurer, was arrested on Wednesday.
What’s going on at the Ghim apartments is legal for now. A 20-day notice is all a landlord has to give a tenant even if they’re evicting them without any reason at all.
A legal fight has broken out over the murder weapon used in last year's deadly shooting at Reynolds High School.
The owner of the rifle used in the deadly shooting at Reynolds High School last year wants his weapon back, and he's asking a judge to make that happen.
A World War II collage, which included a painting of Hitler, hung outside Judge Vance Day's courtroom temporarily in 2014.
Newly released emails from Gov. John Kitzhaber's private email account show he conducted state business under a cloak of secrecy all while giving his First Lady Cylvia Hayes powerful influence in his administration.
Derek Bachmann said his brother, Troy, has been behind bars for nearly four months in horrible conditions.
Sheriff's officials say Cleon Moen shot himself with a shotgun last year during a domestic violence trial involving the wife he's now suspected of killing.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators spoke with a Marion County judge who says his refusal to officiate same-sex weddings has him under investigation.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators spoke with police and a gang violence expert about what may be behind the rise in crime.