The Portland city auditor made public a progress report Tuesday that showed improvement in the Portland Police Bureau’s approach to sexual-assault investigations – albeit with at least one disastrous exception and much room for improvement in several areas.
The KATU On Your Side Investigators have learned Carolyn Lawson, the former Oregon Health Authority project manager most responsible for building Cover Oregon’s online insurance exchange, will now be included in the state’s review of the website’s failed launch.
More than two weeks after the Oregon secretary of state's office said it detected and stopped an intrusion into the agency's website, the breach could now be the subject of a federal investigation.
The Oregon secretary of state is investigating the Portland mayor’s spokesman, Dana Haynes, after a complaint that Haynes wrote a politically charged press release on public time and on the public’s dime.
KATU helps Pat Mashofsky find out whether her property might hide old cesspool or cistern
The three teenagers are classmates and are being tried as adults on Measure 11 crimes, which will mean mandatory sentences if they are convicted.
Due to some loopholes in Oregon law, Conrad Engweiler could be out of prison by this summer - 16 years earlier than the family of the girl he raped and murdered was promised.
Police have arrested a third suspect in a drug-related murder in Canby over the weekend, and it’s the stepson of convicted killer Ward Weaver.
Why Ward Weaver did it has been relatively unknown and unreported. But now, Miranda Gaddis' sister, Miriah, knows what happened. She got answers from Weaver after he went to prison.
Cover Oregon rolled out its online enrollment system on Tuesday to insurance agents and community organizations, allowing them to directly enroll people with less complex situations from start to finish in one sitting.
Engineer Mats Jalstrom is upset about a red-light camera system in Beaverton that he says is deeply flawed, and can lead to drivers being issued unwarranted tickets.
Kelli Murrain is rattled. Sitting at the dining room table of her sister's Portland home, she says her son, 16-year old Dustyn Murrain is still scared after his ordeal Monday.
Talks in the Medford teachers strike have broken off, and attendance has fallen below 50 percent.
Cover Oregon could be facing a federal investigation into its collapse if Oregon’s federal lawmakers have anything to say about it. Despite that, its board didn’t acknowledge that on Thursday at its monthly meeting.
Those under arrest are three boys and a girl. The youngest is 14. Two of them are 15 and one is 17. They were arraigned Tuesday, and the grand jury started hearing the case on Thursday.