Police say the suspect, Eric Caldwell, ran into a Scappoose police officer with an SUV.
Multiple agencies, including Clark County Fire District 6 and Portland Fire & Rescue, showed up to help battle flames Wednesday that started between two homes on Southeast Hillcrest Drive and severely damaged both of them.
A 49-year-old man accused of breaking into a woman's home last month and raping her has been arrested.
Friends say Robert Gutierrez was having money problems before Tuesday's shooting.
Erica Bestpitch was walking her two rescue chihuahua’s around 5:30 a.m. Thursday, July 2 near Northeast 34th and Liberty when she saw two pit bulls.
The principal of Swegle Elementary apologizes to parents for what the district calls a "nastygram."
Dawn North considers herself lucky to have suffered a broken toe, scrapes and bruises.
Officials are working to find out what led to the death of a dog whose body was found at a Portland park Sunday morning.
Portland's Fire Bureau says it will consider changes to its first-time tip line for reporting illegal fireworks.
A Salvation Army captain whose leadership set off demonstrations and a discrimination claim in Minnesota is now in charge of the charity's adult rehabilitation center in Portland.
Some counties and cities in Washington can't enact emergency burn bans even if they want, or need, to do so.
Firefighters doused the charred remains of the stadium all day Tuesday, trying to cool it down so investigators can take a closer look. They still have not figured out how the fire got started.
Vendors contend the city's restrictions are slowly killing the event
The Food and Drug Administration officially said the birth control product Essure carries serious risks.
The study says 40 to 50 percent of the renters around Portland are "cost burdened,” meaning they're spending at least 30 percent of their income on housing.