While the sex offender treatment program that outraged parents in the Sellwood neighborhood is now gone, the problem isn’t going away.
A week after KATU News aired a report about ongoing disputes within the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, which is right now working to build a mega-casino on Portland’s doorstep, the tribal chairman is now answering accusations that some of the tribe’s top administrators shouldn’t even be members.
Is the Cowlitz Indian Tribe trying to build its multi-million dollar mega-casino in Clark County on land that was never its traditional territory? As a judge considers that question right now in federal court, KATU News has learned some tribal members are challenging their own leaders’ right to run the project.
Whether it's putting kids on a charter bus booked for a school field trip or adults bound for a resort, casino or sightseeing, a lot of faith is put in the stranger at the wheel and the strangers who own the company.
It's the knock on the door that every military family dreads and it happened a year ago for the family of a Longview soldier. But that was only the beginning of their pain.
The historic haze lingers as people celebrate a landmark marijuana law in Washington. State leaders are now struggling to hammer out regulations, and entrepreneurs are looking for ways to cash in.
A widowed homeowner says a bank error has sent her into the fight for her life after the bank began foreclosing on her home even though she has a perfect payment record.
James Gleason, lead pastor at Sonrise Church, said he'd consider moving the service after parents of children at the school complained and KATU aired a story about the controversy last week.
They say they've run into roadblocks trying to get this sex offender meeting to move. They say they've been trying for at least three years to convince Sonrise Church, where these registered offenders meet, to move the meeting far away from any schools.
It was supposed to be a routine follow-up to an investigation of a veterans charity scam – but this story has turned personal for KATU On Your Side Investigator Thom Jensen when he realized a member of his own family was at risk.
Online loan sharks are exploiting a gaping loophole to get their hands on your money - and local lawmakers are fighting back hard.
The “On Your Side” Investigators expose a local restaurant where the service wasn’t just bad – police say it was criminal.
An Oregon hospital has to get more than two dozen employees re-trained in advanced cardiac life support after finding out the person who trained the employees lost her certification more than a year ago.
The best haunted houses are supposed to be scary, but as a parent you shouldn’t have to worry about your child’s safety. Consider the case of Joshua Stueckle, a registered sex offender who was arrested for having sex with a teenage girl who police said he met while working at a haunted house.
When Angie Foster came home one night in June 2011 and saw police and firefighters at her house, she had no idea they were there because her husband had been abusing her young twins. One of the boys died from his injuries.