Why is KATU focusing so hard on the the Cover Oregon collapse? Because the story is no longer about politics - it's about the botched rollout of a critical and expensive piece of legislation.
Former Republican state Rep. Patrick Sheehan told the KATU Investigators he has gone to the FBI with allegations Cover Oregon project managers initiated the design of dummy web pages to convince the federal government the project was further along than it actually was.
Red light camera in Salem catches driver and passenger in stolen car who police now hope to identify
It's a sex offender overload for one town, and the offenders don't even live there! It brings up the question - should they be required to register in the city where they live?
Gordon Michael Strauss was convicted of four rapes since the 1980s and spent a decade in prison. He's known for snatching teenage girls off the streets.
KATU’s review of thousands of pages of emails and reports, as well as interviews with many of the key people involved, suggest that either Kitzhaber knew more than he has acknowledged about Cover Oregon's failed website, or that he and his staff somehow remained oblivious to the unfolding disaster despite numerous attempts to bring it to their attention.
The On Your Side Investigators confront TriMet about a pattern of problems with a service that should be there to help your parents or grandparents get around town.
On Your Side Investigator Anna Canzano has uncovered a long list of complaints against a service many people's elderly parents or disabled riders use to get around.
A bus service company admitted it made a mistake when it forced a 92-year-old Beaverton woman off of a TriMet bus and left her at an abandoned building with no way to get home.
It's called the Office of Equity and Human Rights (OEHR), created a year and a half ago to help level the playing field between people of color and whites in the city of Portland. More than a million dollars worth of taxpayer money later, what has it accomplished?
Michael Mallery pleaded not guilty to seven counts of sex abuse in the first degree Wednesday.
The On Your Side Investigators learned Portland Public Schools (PPS) paid the city of Portland's former HR administrator, Yvonne Deckard, thousands of taxpayer dollars to help the district broker a deal with the Portland Association of Teachers (PAT).
Yvonne Deckard used to work for the city of Portland, but our On Your Side Investigators discovered she's been on the PPS payroll since August 2012.
Neighbors say the work started Friday evening at the Herman Vetter House on Southeast Taylor Street and continued over the holiday weekend. Some neighbors wondered whether someone is trying to sneak one by the city.
The On Your Side Investigators revealed the colossal cost of Cover Oregon for the first time and it shows how much of your tax money has been spent on the failed website.