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.
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden and three congressional colleagues — all fellow Republicans— are requesting a federal investigation of Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange.
After months of investigations into Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange that revealed troubling technology errors, and allegations of mismanagement and misspent federal dollars, a federal probe into Cover Oregon appears imminent.
The KATU On Your Side Investigators have learned that an audit that was the only piece of evidence used to dismiss major accountability problems surrounding an Oracle contract that eventually grew to $119 million doesn’t exist.
The school where a girls’ basketball coach is accused of sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl began its own investigation before involving law enforcement, according to a police source.
Prompted by concerns about concussions, many youth football leagues are adopting a new technique for tacking that aims to protect kids from head injuries. Many leagues are also seeing a decline in enrollment.
Portland's transportation commissioner admits overstating costs of plowing sidestreets, but still says it's too expensive
The Oregon Health Authority has yet to return a request for comment on a report that former CIO Carolyn Lawson was investigated for mishandling state contracts when she worked for the state of California.
The bill would make it a felony to attack hospital workers - who are being attacked in incredible numbers - just as it is to attack a paramedic or a bus or taxi driver.
There are new claims from Cover Oregon that the state health insurance website now accepts applications online. That's the message KATU News got from a spokesman when we asked for a status update on Wednesday. After some testing, KATU News has determined it still isn’t possible to apply and enroll for health insurance—from start to finish—on the Cover Oregon website.
State lawmakers turned up the heat to course-correct Cover Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange Wednesday with the first of several bills.
An IT consultant with 20 years’ experience as a master developer, project manager and analyst said his careful review of the Cover Oregon website project shows a team out of touch with current best-practices.
State lawmakers are considering a bill that would require a safety plan at all Oregon schools in the event of a school shooting.
Sherwood teen and her mom share what happened Friday when the girl tried new, illegal drug "25i"
The independent review of what went wrong with the Cover Oregon website gets underway on Tuesday. The state has hired a company called “First Data” to run the review, something Governor Kitzhaber ordered three months ago. Among some of the questions the review will try to answer: Who knew what about the failure? When did they know it? And, where did the millions of taxpayer dollars go that were used to build the website?