TriMet has offered an explanation for how a 5-year-old girl who was reported missing wound up riding one of its buses alone for nearly an hour-and-a-half.
The Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has revealed new details about a frightening incident at the Walmart store on Northeast 104th Avenue, in which police say a man tried to kidnap a little girl.
Shelter says outdated information on chip led them to believe the person claiming to own Ripley the dog.
Police say an attempted kidnapping suspect was arrested with the help of the man's roommate.
After KATU’s On Your Side Investigators asked about the hike, the property owner and the management company said the letter to the mom and other residents was sent by mistake.
Detroit Lake in east Marion County is open for business despite a dropping water level that's threatening the marinas and summer boat storage. It’s something the Army Corp of Engineers is trying to manage, but it is still releasing water.
The accused officer is Jeromie Palaoro, a seven-year veteran of the police bureau, who’s been working as a patrol officer out of the East Precinct.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators went around town taking more than 30 photos of propane tanks at food carts before showing them to the city's assistant fire marshal to see what he thought.
Last year, experts at Oregon State University predicted the drone industry would generate $400 million statewide by 2017.
Police say the suspect, Eric Caldwell, ran into a Scappoose police officer with an SUV.
Multiple agencies, including Clark County Fire District 6 and Portland Fire & Rescue, showed up to help battle flames Wednesday that started between two homes on Southeast Hillcrest Drive and severely damaged both of them.
A 49-year-old man accused of breaking into a woman's home last month and raping her has been arrested.
Friends say Robert Gutierrez was having money problems before Tuesday's shooting.
Erica Bestpitch was walking her two rescue chihuahua’s around 5:30 a.m. Thursday, July 2 near Northeast 34th and Liberty when she saw two pit bulls.
The principal of Swegle Elementary apologizes to parents for what the district calls a "nastygram."