John Moreno, the president of Indie Growers Union in Washington, says his organization is “a seed-to-sale company that extends any services as a one-stop-shop for anybody in the marijuana industry, whether retail or medical."
Parents in Rainier say students were unfairly punished for pushing for action against cyberbullying.
Oregon's Department of Transportation says it may have to delay projects statewide next year because of uncertainty about federal funding.
A Reynolds High School science teacher, who is receiving a lot of attention this week for a Facebook post he wrote about tightening gun control legislation, described the shooter - one of his students - as a good kid.
Most countries require U.S. citizens to pay their hospital bill before being discharged.
The number of David Douglas High School students disciplined for bad behavior jumped nearly 6 percent this academic year, according to new data released by the district to the On Your Side Investigators.
A clearer picture is beginning to emerge of the horrible events that played out at Reynolds High School.
Securing our schools. Did Reynolds High School do enough to protect students? That's the question some parents are now asking in the aftermath of a school shooting that left both a student and the accused gunman dead. Wednesday, district superintendent Linda Florence said Reynolds High School is a safe environment for students.
A Beaverton apartment manager accused of violently attacking a 13-year-old girl faced a judge for the first time Monday, charged with two counts of sex abuse.
A woman hoping to turn an abandoned dog around says the trainer she turned to as her only hope put her and the troubled animal through hell.
A grand jury will consider documents related to possible criminal wrongdoing in the building of the failed Cover Oregon website, according to Republican gubernatorial candidate Dennis Richardson.
The On Your Side Investigators expose eye-opening details about bullying and behavior problems within the David Douglas School District just days after cellphone video surfaced of a vicious fight between two girls at David Douglas High School.
Part of the outrage from the woman who accused three University of Oregon basketball players of rape – and from the public after finding out about the alleged incident – has been the perceived lack of transparency by the university.
In the video, a girl punches another girl in the side of the head, prompting the victim to fight back, while surrounded by a crowd of students who appear to be cheering on the fight. The district suspended both girls.
A David Douglas High School student said she fought back after being punched Monday – and was suspended from school for her trouble.