Ride-share companies, like Uber, that want to operate in Portland, will be required to refer those with disabilities to companies that can handle them.
Portland taxicab drivers pass up fares, denying service to potentially paying customers. What’s driving their decision to dismiss one person and pick up another?
A U.S. senator from Washington is aiming to increase the safety of oil trains that travel through Vancouver, in an effort to prevent possible explosions.
Oregon is racing the clock when it comes to setting the rules for retail pot sales by July 1, 2015 when Measure 91 goes into effect. Sen. Ted Ferrioli (R-John Day) is working on legislation that would allow medical marijuana dispensaries to temporarily sell retail pot.
Critics of the plan said the plant would be a big risk and that the big danger is how the propane would be brought into Portland.
"They are to be kept confidential of course,” wrote Hayes.
Police say an Oregon State Patrol detective tried to pull over 37-year-old Myles Jacob Nees on suspicion of drunken driving. But police say he kept going and then crashed his car into Red Castle Games at 6406 S.E. Foster Road just before 5 p.m. Thursday.
Messages show Hayes angling for more access, influence, with Gov.'s open support: "Cylvia is a huge asset not a liability to our larger efforts… she needs to be engaged in strategic planning"
Federal investigators discovered a cache of stolen guns and other military-style items buried on a family farm in a far corner of Northwest Portland last month.
Seventeen-year-old Jaime Tinoco was on probation and under county supervision when he raped a woman in Eugene last September.
The Washington County Juvenile Services department revamped its youth offender program after one of its participants was convicted of attacking and raping a woman during a supervised group outing to a University of Oregon football game.
A three-month examination by the On Your Side Investigators found that the timing of the University of Oregon’s internal investigation of alleged sexual assaults by three basketball players was consistently beneficial to the team’s APR.
A mother is considering legal action against Portland Public Schools after she says an administrator was caught on video putting her daughter in a chokehold.
Some former Portland residents from as far as Alaska have received noticies asking them to pay the city's $35 art tax, which they may have ignored while they lived in the Rose City.
A judge made the first step in deciding a permanent home for two Seaside boys who police said were abused and tortured at the hands of their mother and her live-in boyfriend.