Neighbors say the work started Friday evening at the Herman Vetter House on Southeast Taylor Street and continued over the holiday weekend. Some neighbors wondered whether someone is trying to sneak one by the city.
The On Your Side Investigators revealed the colossal cost of Cover Oregon for the first time and it shows how much of your tax money has been spent on the failed website.
Clackamas County search and rescue teams find Shu Ying Xie after she wandered away while her son was at a doctor's appointment.
One year ago, the Oregon pet community was shocked when close to 150 dogs were found living in a warehouse in horrifying conditions just outside of Salem.
The Metro Gang Task Force raided several sites across the Portland area early Wednesday morning.
Interim Cover Oregon head Bruce Goldberg said Wednesday that while his team is making progress on fixing a flood of problems with the health exchange’s foundering website, it might ultimately have to scrap all or part of a system in which two years and tens of millions of dollars have been invested.
A KATU News investigation into isolation rooms has brought about change to schools in Washington. Two local school districts - Battle Ground and Evergreen - are adopting changes mandated by a new state law.
A mother reached out to KATU for help after she applied for health insurance through Cover Oregon by mid-December but learned this month that two of her three children were not insured.
A Portland insurance broker sent KATU News a "May Day" call about mistakes on her clients' health insurance enrollments. With the letter, she got Cover Oregon’s attention, claiming most of her clients haven’t even heard from them though they applied by the December deadline.
KATU obtained a copy of the contract and went line-by-line to see exactly what the state and Cover Oregon are jointly paying $228,000 for.
Tripwire security researcher Ken Westin diagrams for me the newest revelation about Target's security breach.
KATU’s Investigators spent weeks digging through thousands of pages of audits conducted by Maximus, the company the state hired to provide quality-control assessments of the project beginning in its early days.
Gov. John Kitzhaber’s staff hastily ended his scheduled one-on-one interview with KATU News on Thursday morning barely four minutes after it had begun when KATU began asking about problems with Cover Oregon's website. The governor's spokesman later said he was trying to keep the governor on schedule.
Just a few hours after learning that a Cover Oregon application problem left a Portland man uninsured, the On Your Side Investigations press Cover Oregon and the Department of Human Services and successfully helped the man get health insurance.
Conor McMahon was only three and a half hours into 2014 when it happened.