Child's mother cited for reckless endangering for letting daughter drive
New concerns swirled this week that Cover Oregon would not get the extension it asked the federal government for in order to give Oregonians more time to enroll for coverage beyond the March 31 deadline.
Vancouver detectives say they've received five complaints from people who say Vancouver-based Blue Moon Coins owes them thousands of dollars
The percentage of young adults signing up for insurance coverage via Oregon's troubled health-insurance exchange is nearly at the bottom when compared to sign-ups nationwide.
Time is running out to apply for private health insurance through Cover Oregon, the state's health insurance exchange. Individuals have one week left to sign up if they want coverage by Apr. 1. and the final deadline is March 31.
A Marion County judge decided Thursday afternoon that a 6-year-old girl born in Oregon will have to go to Mexico and live with her father.
While stranger on stranger abductions wind up as high-profile and highly covered by the media, most cases of sex abuse involve perpetrators within the victim's social circle of family and friends.
A spokesperson for Rep. Greg Walden told the On Your Side Investigators on Tuesday morning that the Government Accountability Office will proceed with a review of the Cover Oregon website.
A man charged with sexually abusing children is in the Washington County Jail, and detectives want to know if there may be more victims out there.
Two bills aimed at rectifying the problems at Cover Oregon and avoiding repeats in the future are advancing in the Oregon Legislature.
Oregon City man's pickup targeted several times, tire slashing caught on video
Albertsons is now cleaning its Portland distribution center after the On Your Side Investigators uncovered mold growing on shelves where food is stored and later supplied to 104 stores.
The Cover Oregon website claimed another high-profile victim on Monday when interim director Bruce Goldberg announced the healthcare exchange is parting ways with independent software developer Oracle.
In the two months since he resigned for medical reasons as Cover Oregon's executive director, Rocky King has had some time to reflect on who bears the burden for a health exchange that's never worked as promised.
DHS wants to send a 6-year-old girl, born in the United States, to live with her deported felon father in Mexico.