The On Your Side Investigators found the new information in a batch of emails from late last year sent to and from former OHA CIO Carolyn Lawson, the woman who was originally responsible for building the since-scrapped website.
A water wake-up call? After Portland's alarming boil water alert on Friday, KATU investigated how well area school districts were prepared for a large disaster and found several districts don't have stockpiles of emergency supplies.
KATU is learning more about an accident that killed a 14-year-old Portland boy at a camp near Lincoln City and how camps in Oregon are regulated.
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber was grilled by KATU’s On Your Side Investigator Chelsea Kopta about Cover Oregon as he left an unrelated news conference downtown and made his way to his vehicle.
Why did it take three days for the City of Portland to inform the public about E.coli found in drinking water?
Call it street fee sticker shock. City leaders officially rolled out a plan Thursday to patch up Portland's crumbled roads and dangerous intersections, but the street fee could force school districts to cough up tens of thousands of dollars a year.
Just 24 hours after KATU reported that some Oregon inmates will soon be playing Xbox video games behind bars, state prison officials are admitting "miscommunications" within the Oregon Department of Corrections and the prisons it oversees.
After KATU asked repeatedly, and even took legal action, TriMet has finally released records showing how well its security cameras actually work.
Portland ratepayers have to swallow much bigger water and sewer bills than they had to just a few years ago. But directives from city commissioners to cut costs have softened the blow for rate increases due to take effect July 1.
So far no local VA facilities have been named in the nationwide investigation looking into allegations that veterans died while waiting for care on a secret waiting list, but there are still big problems here for veterans seeking care.
No faith in city fees? The city of Portland is rolling out a new street fee proposal Thursday but one Portlander contacted KATU with serious doubts the fees will be collected the right way.
KATU's On Your Side Investigators already showed you how Oregon prisoners get satellite TV channels behind bars. Now, the investigative team has obtained documents revealing the 56 video games inmates at the Oregon State Correctional Institution will be able to rent.
Approved list of video games in Oregon prisons
KATU’s Anna Canzano visited Columbia River Correctional Facility in N.E. Portland recently and learned inmates have more TV privileges than you might think.
Artificial turf fields are popular in the Northwest because the products that go into the turf can stand up to soggy weather. Now a University of Washington coach is concerned that a product used as filler in the turf could be causing cancer.