They were young, and their deaths were often grizzly. Here are some of the autopsy reports from the dead children at Peaceful Valley Cemetery.
Kenton Lett lost three teeth, broke his jaw, and his leg was broken in two places.
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.
A mother is angry that parents weren't notified by the school district about a janitor suspected of sexual contact with young boys a couple months ago.
Shortly after having the procedure done, the women claim they suffered nightmarish side effects from Essure. They say those side effects were never disclosed by doctors, the Federal Drug Administration and the manufacturer, Bayer.
A transsexual Mormon wants the LDS church to accept her new life and allow her to worship as a woman, but how will the church receive that controversial request?
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The On Your Side Investigators have taken data from Portland police and mapped out startling crime spikes around some of the most popular places in Portland to shop, eat out or even catch a game.
A permanent birth-control procedure called Essure is causing problems for some women - everything from unplanned pregnancies to punctured Fallopian tubes.
Bayer responds to KATU's request for a statement about Essure.
Morgan Liscinsky, a press officer for the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, answered some of KATU's questions about Essure via email. Here's the full conversation.
The shingles that used to be on top of the house Holly Matheney rents are piled alongside it. Her roof is now made of tarp.
The Pearl group says it has been working with the mayor's office to come up with ideas. One proposal didn't work out and Commissioner Amanda Fritz says she hasn't even seen a written proposal.
Social workers and emergency crews see hoarding as an emerging, complex problem with potentially devastating ramifications - not just for hoarders but for those around them.
By the time Anna Canzano’s investigation was finished, local officials had revamped the way they deal with hoarders – and Canzano had revamped the way she thinks about clutter.