A groundbreaking new law takes effect in Oregon on Jan. 1, 2015. It will punish charities that spend less than 30 percent of their expenses on their actual charitable cause.
Two mothers are upset with how the Evergreen Public School District is handling a school bus bullying incident that was caught on video.
A Camas High School employee faces child molestation and sexual misconduct charges after police say he inappropriately touched 17 female students in the past month.
The season of giving is also the season of taking. 65 percent of holiday shopping by Americans this year will be at the store, usually the mall, and criminals know it.
A Camas High School employee accused of inappropriately touching female students during school hours has been placed on administrative leave, police officials said.
The next time a big storm hits Portland, how long will you have to wait to get the lights back on? On Your Side Investigator Chelsea Kopta poured through years of utility data and shed light on the time it takes to restore power during storms.
The Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support wants to immediately suspend plans to expand Fraternity and Sorority Life, saying the Greek system and athletics are where multiple studies show a prevalence of sexual violence.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators got a first look at shocking results from a sexual assault survey at the University of Oregon. It’s the first scientific look at the actual number of sex crimes at the school, including rapes.
Two days after the On Your Side Investigators revealed an auto body shop foreman took a Canby family's car for a 3 a.m. ride, the shop provided the family a full refund of $2,299.05.
Salem Police officials plan on investigating photos shared on Facebook that show one of the department’s officers who appears to be sleeping in a patrol car.
Dan Gooding says he started living at his home in Gladstone 13 years ago. Soon after he moved into his house, he received an outstanding water bill accrued by the person who lived there before him.
One day after the On Your Side Investigators revealed that an auto body shop foreman took a customer's car on a late-night joyride, the shop's owner said he's changing his policies.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators followed the money coming into a nonprofit group called Vietnam Veterans of America to find out why it gets an F grade from the watchdog group, Charity Watch.
Loretta Macpherson's family says they want answers on how the fatal mistake happened.
A Canby mom turned to the On Your Side Investigators after she said joyriders took her car for a ride when it was supposed to be in the shop for repairs. The woman said didn't find out about the late-night spin until the joyriders were busted by a red light camera.