The controversy has been brewing in the community for months, and it came to a head between the coach's critics and his supporters at the school district's board meeting.
From their perspective, investigators say, Saturday's Amber Alert worked as it was supposed to, because in 10 hours they got the child back safe.
Bus ticket receipts show just how many mental health patients were sent from Nevada to Oregon as part of a multistate practice known as "patient dumping."
Someone is still on the loose and slashing cars with knives across Portland's east side. It's a string of vandalism that started last spring.
Fires have burned bushes and part of one home on Hayden Island over the past two weeks and arson is suspected. It also appears that the suspected arsonist even set fire to a home with someone asleep inside.
Warren Forrest told his therapist he attacked 13 women. He's in prison for one murder. He was convicted of killing 19-year-old Krista Blake in the woods of Tukes Mountain just east of Battle Ground and has been locked up since the 1970s.
KATU Investigator Dan Tilkin is covering the parole hearing of a suspected serial killer from Southwest Washington, Warren Forrest.
KATU News is running a series of reports looking at the the Affordable Care Act and the state of health care in our country.
Is Portland's reputation as a safe city taking a hit? Is our homeless problem costing the city millions in lost business? Those are the concerns that are being raised after two incidents involving out-of-towners.
High School students riding on a school bus complained to school leaders that their driver was falling asleep at the wheel and recorded video to get something done about it.
You've likely seen ZoomCare locations and similar walk-in clinics popping up around Oregon and SW Washington. We take a look at how these clinics work and how they differ from a traditional doctor's office.
Do you shop around when going in for a medical procedure? Federal medicare data shows that hospitals can have wide disparities in the prices they charge for the same procedure.
A disabled Iraq War veteran sounded the alarm after he realized a Portland high school's good name is being used to pull off a scam all across the country.
Doctors across the country are using bid-for-care websites like Medibid.com to attract business and save customers money.
A Gladstone police sergeant, Lynn Benton, interviewed a girl 14 years ago after she said a neighbor raped her, but the former sergeant did nothing after taking the report, according to a tort claim released Friday.