Some people who signed up for private health insurance plans through Cover Oregon this year will need to re-enroll for 2015. It affects more than 80,000 people, or about a quarter of those who enrolled through Cover Oregon. It’s a step in the state transferring Cover Oregon to the federal government.
Children say driver in May 23rd incident argued and yelled at them, eventually attracting attention from police
A teenage rape suspect made his first appearance in juvenile court Tuesday charged with 13 crimes, including attempted rape of a Northeast Portland woman and attempted rape of a 16-year-old high school student. Police said the teen will be charged as an adult.
Portland police arrested 17-year-old Justin Hubbard after they said he broke into a Northeast Portland apartment, armed with a knife, and tried to rape a woman. KATU learned Hubbard is the same suspect who police said sexually assaulted a Parkrose High School student in March.
The KATU On Your Side Investigators have documented the crash of another Oracle website project, the circumstances of which are nearly identical to those surrounding Cover Oregon, including claims that Oracle used a “rigged” demonstration to fool reviewers and hide numerous software problems.
Mahmoud Tajgerdu admitted to taking hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxpayer money in just a couple of years.
One day after Gov. John Kitzhaber announced plans to sue Cover Oregon’s primary software developer for the state’s failed health insurance exchange, reviews are mixed about whether a lawsuit will stick.
Senior officials at Portland's VA hospital were accused in 2010 of telling workers to use unauthorized wait lists to hide scheduling problems.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber says he's asked the state attorney general to sue the company that built the state's online health insurance enrollment system, the failure of which embarrassed the state and resulted in multiple investigations.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators asked for documents regarding rape allegations involving three University of Oregon basketball players and got back 67 pages of material with 63 pages blacked out.
Charles Wade Jr. says he's had to wait as long as eight months for a primary care appointment with the VA.
The On Your Side Investigators found the new information in a batch of emails from late last year sent to and from former OHA CIO Carolyn Lawson, the woman who was originally responsible for building the since-scrapped website.
A water wake-up call? After Portland's alarming boil water alert on Friday, KATU investigated how well area school districts were prepared for a large disaster and found several districts don't have stockpiles of emergency supplies.
KATU is learning more about an accident that killed a 14-year-old Portland boy at a camp near Lincoln City and how camps in Oregon are regulated.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber was grilled by KATU’s On Your Side Investigator Chelsea Kopta about Cover Oregon as he left an unrelated news conference downtown and made his way to his vehicle.