Health officials say a form of synthetic marijuana known as "spice" has caused at least a half-dozen cases of sudden kidney failure in Oregon and southwest Washington since May.
KATU has brought you several stories about squatters barging into financially troubled homes and refusing to leave. But this case is unlike any we've seen before. Thom Jensen shows us why even police say they're frustrated, and in this case, handcuffed by squatters.
Christopher Wayne Wacek, 39, is listed on the Oregon State Police Sex Offender website as a sexual predator. He works at the school’s Arnold Center Food Service. It's not only students who eat there but kids as young as 8 years old do as well.
The mother of an autistic boy next to the Vancouver Highway project fears for her 6-year-old son’s health and wants to know why her neighborhood is not getting the same protection they see others getting.
KATU News has learned that the accuser, Andrew Bridge, didn’t show up for court in two cases and PSU has settled a federal lawsuit out of court for an undisclosed sum with the accused man, Tyler Vineyard.
Lukus Glenn was killed six years ago by Washington County Sheriff's deputies. A jury Thursday found those deputies in the wrong and awarded Lukus' mother, Hope, $2.5 million.
A KATU News investigation showed how Ray Holycross weaved his way from the Midwest to Portland using Internet dating sites to meet women and then steal from them.
Several homeowners recently filed complaints against an Albany contractor saying the company overcharged or didn't perform the work they had promised. Despite the complaints, some clients sing their praises for helping to cut through insurance red tape.
After an extended conversation with KATU News, bank officials took another look and refunded Hicks over $5,500. They also refunded money taken from her relative's account, which was unexpected.
Police across Oregon are looking for a man who women say they met online and who stole more than just their hearts.
Eden Wormer's death became an important topic when some of her family members said she was pushed over the edge by bullies at her Vancouver middle school.
According to the BBB, people are actually spying on lots and are just waiting to write parking tickets. They are parking attendants watching from a distance.
KATU News has exclusively obtained revelations from the mind of murderer Christian Longo, written in his own words.
A Hood River, Ore. travel agent appeared in court Monday on theft charges. A family claims they booked a trip through her business with travel insurance, but she pocketed the insurance payment instead.
It starts with a salesman knocking on your door, offering a pamphlet of coupons for anywhere from $60 to $80. In return you're supposed to get eight oil changes. But two local women say cashing in the coupons was almost impossible.