Police have still not made any arrests but say they’ve identified everyone involved. The shooting left 61-year-old Terry Rolin dead.
Portland's police chief, Mike Reese, took a turn on patrol Christmas Eve.
After a Tualatin couple was stood up by a limo company, KATU helped them receive a refund and a $1,000 future limo rental.
Clackamas County sheriff's investigators are looking for woman suspected of stealing her former mother-in-law's savings
KATU talked to current and former employees of the project and reviewed thousands of pages of documents, and found that people in charge ultimately bit off far more than they could chew.
Rep. Patrick Sheehan sat on the Joint Legislative Audits and Information Management and Technology Committee, which helped oversee the creation of the budding health care exchange, Cover Oregon.
Carolyn Lawson resigned her position as the Chief Information Officer for the Oregon Health Authority and Department of Human Services on Thursday.
A new lawsuit claims social workers for the State of Washington should have known a Vancouver couple were abusing their children.
After what she went through, Hailey Walden won't keep quiet anymore. She's bravely come forward to tell her story.
How does Target and 40 million of its customers fall victim to a massive data breach? A security expert I talked with tells me that all it takes is one vulnerability in the company's system.
The leaders of the Oregon Health Authority and the Department of Human Services sent a memo to staff on Thursday saying Chief Information Officer Carolyn Lawson stepped down for "personal reasons."
Diane Dulken, a spokeswoman for the city's Bureau of Transportation says a key safety measure was in the works for the very crosswalk in which Vijay Dalton-Gibson died. It's one of four crosswalks the bureau has identified as "needing safety improvements."
The enrollment period began Oct. 1, but the rollout of Cover Oregon, the state's exchange, was riddled with technical glitches, outages and slowdowns.
Newly unearthed emails deliver uncensored insights into the internal unraveling of Cover Oregon before the site was unveiled to the public.
The man who groped three Willamette University students and a half a dozen other women across Salem struck again this week.