The Washington County Sheriff's Office needs your help identifying two individuals that were potential witnesses to arson.
State records show crashes on the Interstate Bridge involving big rigs are rare.
They say it poses a threat to their children and anyone who swims in the area.
Another mother of a student at Evergreen High School says she’s shocked by the image of her daughter's teacher allegedly using his cell phone camera inappropriately in a classroom.
The Vancouver Police Department is looking into a student's claim of voyeurism by a teacher at Evergreen High School. The investigation started Monday afternoon. No one has been arrested at this time.
Man at driver's home sends condolences to crash victims and their families.
Several of Gov. John Kitzhaber's former political consultants can breathe a sigh of relief. A judge tossed out a lawsuit against them on Friday, which was filed months ago by Oracle in the wake of the Cover Oregon scandal.
A store owner and 28 people on food are accused of trading food stamps for cash.
According to the latest numbers from the federal Centers for Disease Control, between 2004 and 2010, Oregon ranked number eight in the nation for accidental drownings.
A 16-year high in gang violence in Portland has police in Vancouver bracing for a violent summer. Shootings are spilling across the river, and detectives are already working cases with ties to Portland.
A driver fell asleep behind the wheel of a school bus Tuesday morning and crashed into two trees, a highway sign and a retaining wall, Salem Police officials said.
The Benton County Sheriff's Office has arrested a school custodian for allegedly inappropriately touching an elementary school student in Albany last school year.
Cody Myers' killers, who were also convicted in three other murders, likely avoided the death penalty because of misconduct by a state police detective.
District Attorney Rod Underhill said cracking down on gang violence is not something police and prosecutors can address overnight, but they’re working on it.
The district says no weapons were found and no arrests have been made, but some students from Walt Morey Middle School are being kept home until the end of the school year.