A Clackamas County neighborhood wants what they call a “nuisance” house cleaned up, and the squatters kicked out. No one's taking responsibility for it so far.
A man contacted KATU’s On Your Side Investigators after discovering a web page that appears to show the Social Security numbers of several Portland State University students.
Dozens of firefighters managed to contain a fast-moving brush fire in Sherwood Monday.
Police say two 12-year-old girls helped officers arrest a man accused of taking up-skirt pictures of women at Washington Square mall.
A new law requiring background checks for all firearm sales and transfers, including private transactions, goes into effect in Oregon Sunday.
Neighbors along a bike path near Interstate 205 complain they're finding needles and waste from homeless people and they want a long-term solution to the problem.
The University of Oregon is promising to make some big changes aimed at keeping students safe.
A couple says their house at a dangerous intersection has been hit three times by vehicles in less than two years, and they want the county to put up a protective barrier.
The KATU footage shows a sheriff's patrol boat hitting a kayaker near the St. Johns Bridge.
The hotline, 503-823-BOOM, was set up to give people a number to call to report illegal fireworks without tying up 911 or the city’s non-emergency line.
TriMet has offered an explanation for how a 5-year-old girl who was reported missing wound up riding one of its buses alone for nearly an hour-and-a-half.
The Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has revealed new details about a frightening incident at the Walmart store on Northeast 104th Avenue, in which police say a man tried to kidnap a little girl.
Shelter says outdated information on chip led them to believe the person claiming to own Ripley the dog.
Police say an attempted kidnapping suspect was arrested with the help of the man's roommate.
After KATU’s On Your Side Investigators asked about the hike, the property owner and the management company said the letter to the mom and other residents was sent by mistake.