Verizon announces it’s upgraded privacy protections after the On Your Side Investigators discover a glitch that a local woman says exposed her personal data.
A little girl from McMinnville was a suspect in a felony home burglary and criminal mischief investigation after a mother's apartment was vandalized, police confirmed to KATU's On Your Side Investigators.
The district is refusing to let Kai, the service dog, into class without a special handler. Authorities offered to keep the dog on campus in a safe area separate from the classroom while the boy is at school.
Ten streets identified as “high crash corridors” might get automatic speed ticketing cameras under a bill being considered by Oregon’s legislature.
"It was a moment of him dying," said Denise Valenti, regarding the photo, which shows her and 15-year-old Mark DeSylvia in a hospital room at Oregon Health & Science University.
The Columbia County District Attorney dropped charges against two men accused of spray-painting anti-gay graffiti on a mobile home outside Rainier after finding out they had nothing to do with it.
A former member of the Orenco Elementary School Booster Club is accused of stealing money meant to help students. The club member was recently removed from the group.
Deputies say Hamblen didn’t realize the truck had a GPS tracking system installed on it, which allowed them to find Hamblen and arrest him.
An 8-year-old girl is recovering in a soft pink cast and crutches after an off-leash dog attacked her during recess Wednesday. Aidia Dobbels was on the swings at the Chapman Elementary school playground when the dog bit her and tried to bite several other kids.
Dr. Clifford Nelson ruled the case a "sudden unexplained infant death,” but he told KATU Jillian likely died in her sleep before the temperature inside the car rose to a point that could have killed her.
Court documents will be released Wednesday revealing details about the case of a father who police said left his 6-month-old daughter in the car for six hours.
The report, the first from the city auditor’s office since the U.S. Department of Justice criticized the bureau’s use of force, says the department is very quick to make training changes after shootings or deaths, but after that flurry of activity is over, the training tapers off.
When stickers were found plastered over Portland high schools, which linked to a website with a mysterious countdown, students and parents raised concerns with district leaders. Their concerns gained traction once they learned Portland Police launched an investigation.
The university filed a response to the alleged victim’s lawsuit earlier this month that included a countersuit, asking the woman or her lawyers for money to cover legal fees.
A complaint obtained by the Huffington Post says the school dug into the medical records of an alleged rape victim in December without her permission.