Time and time again, we have found that the defendant's actions, which is called upskirting, did not violate the state's so-called peeping tom laws because the girls they filmed were fully clothed.
Right now, if a rape case isn't prosecuted in the state within six years, it can never be re-opened.
The nonprofit group Safer Oregon PAC filed a petition to recall the governor for what it described as “embezzlement of public funds” and a “failure to protect Oregon businesses, families and children.”
Mike Sperling recently contacted Clark County councilors to air his safety concerns and ask for help after his wife, Linda Sperling, 65, was shot in the head while gardening on her 5-acre property last week. The Sperling's property neighbors a shooting range. Clark County's acting manager said the safety measures at the range could be 'enhanced significantly.'
A worried mom says the parking situation at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is a mess that's potentially putting her son's health at risk.
In his past life working the drug division as a Canadian Mountie, Kal Malhi regularly stopped drivers who had the telltale signs of being high: slurred speech, bloodshot eyes, reeking of weed.
Sarah Wright gets help feeding her three-month-old twins from the government's Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, also known as WIC.
Portland taxicab drivers pass up fares, denying service to potentially paying customers. What’s driving their decision to dismiss one person and pick up another?
Peter Bass not only served as a youth pastor at a local church, he also volunteered at a nearby private school, where some parents say they were blindsided.
What if there was some way – ANY way - for you to know where you were most likely to get a ticket – BEFORE you parked? The KATU On Your Side Investigators analyzed a year’s worth of parking tickets to see if there was a pattern to parking enforcement.
The 12-year-old boy’s family says the Reynolds School District won't let them see the video and that not enough is being done to keep all of their kids safe.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office confirms Linda Sperling filed 3 previous complaints, including 2 in 2009
Her jealous ex-boyfriend knew her every move and never let her forget it.
More female teachers are getting caught sexually abusing their students. On Your Side Investigator Anna Canzano requested data from the Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission. Vickie Chamberlain, the commission's executive director, shared these statistics.
On Your Side Investigator Joe Douglass peppered Stephanie McCrea, 35, with questions as she left the jail, but she said nothing.