A report by independent quality-assessment contractor Maximus found that Cover Oregon’s attempt to transition to the federal exchange is at a high risk of failure, and for many of the same reasons that forced the transition in the first place.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales told KATU Thursday he'd support a half cent sales tax if the city doesn't adopt a street fee to pay for the $50 million he said is needed for road maintenance across Portland.
Salem police say the circumstances are suspicious, but haven't had any other similar complaints
A Vancouver woman reached out to KATU for help after she said her Siberian Husky was poisoned. The dog was rushed to the vet but died last week. Now an animal control officer is investigating the case.
Portland’s Bureau of Transportation is cutting residential street sweeping from two to three times a year down to once or twice annually.
Cover Oregon's website actually worked. That's the claim by main technology vendor, Oracle, which said the site was ready for the public to enroll in February 2014 but insisted the state pulled the plug on the project in favor of the federal exchange technology.
The disabled man, Michael, says a friend experienced a similar situation. Walmart says it's addressed Michael's concerns but is questioning the second man's story.
Software vendor Oracle provided information last week to the U.S. House and Energy Committee claiming the Cover Oregon website was operational in February, but that the state of Oregon pulled the plug on it for political reasons.
Another car crashed on the flyover ramp connecting Interstate 5 with Highway 217 Friday morning. It's one of several recent wrecks on the ramp, some of which have led to threats of a lawsuit.
Crashes have been linked to a failing joint on the ramp
A five-year-old girl was tested for HIV after stabbing herself with a syringe she found at Waterfront Park. Since KATU first broadcast her story last weekend, KATU’s On Your Side Investigators have heard reports of needles being found in other parks in Portland.
Newly released documents offer the most detailed account yet of the June 10 Reynolds High School Shooting, including one student’s account of Jared Padgett’s strange behavior, just minutes before the gunfire erupted inside the school gym.
A driver plowed into a house in Vancouver on Wednesday morning, and police say he was high on Spice, also known as synthetic marijuana.
John Moreno, the president of Indie Growers Union in Washington, says his organization is “a seed-to-sale company that extends any services as a one-stop-shop for anybody in the marijuana industry, whether retail or medical."
Parents in Rainier say students were unfairly punished for pushing for action against cyberbullying.