An Alabama sheriff's deputy released a woman dubbed the "Military Mistress," who is wanted in three states, because a radio dispatcher failed to pass along that there were warrants out for her arrest, the agency said Friday.
We are celebrating volunteer appreciation week with Jacleen Simons. She helps students prepare for disasters - one child, one pillowcase at a time.
Hillsboro police say Rosemary Prime has been found and is safe.
The group, 15 Now Oregon, revealed plans Friday for a statewide campaign next year. It proposes gradually raising the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2019.
A man who found a parakeet in the drive-thru of a Taco Bell wants to return it to its rightful owner.
A Dr. Martens warehouse worker says a leaflet he found packed inside the company's new shoe line invokes racist undertones.
Poynter Middle School was in lockout Friday afternoon after police say they stopped someone in a stolen car about six blocks away from the school.
The wreckage of a fishing boat that appears to be debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami was carrying some unexpected passengers - fish from Japanese waters - when it was spotted off the Oregon coast.
Portland city leaders have proposed a 120-day pilot program that would pave the way for app-based transportation companies like Uber and Lyft.
A woman is accused of dealing methamphetamine from her room at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver.
The mayor of Washougal has set up camp by railroad tracks to count each train over the next week.
Seeking to turn the page on the influence-peddling controversy that toppled her predecessor, Gov. Kate Brown said Friday that Oregon is "through the hardest part of that transition."
Detectives found a man dead inside of a duplex early Wednesday morning after flames destroyed the residence along Highway 99E in Jefferson, The Marion County Sheriff's Office said.
A former Washington state judge who now drives a bus for the Highline School District has been accused of slapping a 6-year-old special needs student.
A man is fighting for his life after suffering burns to 80 percent of his body in a fire caused by hash oil.
The death of an inmate at the Clark County jail has been ruled a homicide, the medical examiner said.
Reed College is being used by one of its former students who says the school discriminated against him when he was expelled last spring.
A semi truck carrying millions of honeybees overturned on Interstate 5 north of Seattle early Friday, scattering hives and sending white-suited beekeepers scrambling to save as many insects as they could.
A woman visiting Portland was greeted by a shocking scene in her motel room: dirty needles stuck in the wall. It doesn't end there. She caught it all on video.
Alaska Airlines says a baggage handler who fell asleep inside the cargo hold of one of its planes and called for help when the plane took off "has been permanently banned from ever working on any Alaska Airlines flights."
A 1-year-old baby is fighting for her life after being shot in the head outside a Kent apartment complex Thursday afternoon.
Police say 26-year-old Colby Robinson shot and killed 33-year-old Gary (Dat) Pham and 41-year-old Susie (Sut-Leng) Chang on Southeast 83rd Avenue and Division. Chang’s husband, 35-year-old Andrew Toan Pham was shot and wounded. Chang’s 13-week-old daughter was not injured.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Most of us have a fear of the dentist, especially that dreaded drill.
Police officers responded to a shots fired incident in Beaverton Thursday afternoon.
During those two years, most parents and students at the school had no idea that Justin Prunk was suspected of wrongdoing. The state says he inappropriately text messaged female students.
The Port of Longview says it's working with an energy company on a proposal for a new crude oil refinery, the first such facility on the Columbia River.
The Portland Housing Bureau has agreed to buy land for affordable housing in the Pearl District from a private developer for $1.3 million.
Two days after Oregon senators passed legislation expanding background checks to cover most private gun sales, lawmakers heard testimony Thursday on a proposal making it a crime for adults to endanger minors by letting them gain unsupervised access to firearms.
Racing fans, start your engines!
Fuller arrives in Monmouth from Eastern Washington University, where has had been provost and vice president for academic affairs since 2011.
A new wellness trend has swept New York and made its mark in Portland -- bone broth.
One of the front-runners for student body president at Portland State University has a sodomy and attempted rape conviction on his record, which came to light this week after someone distributed fliers with the candidate’s mugshot and previous criminal charges around campus.
A fisherman stumbled upon a decomposed body of a man Thursday morning on a Columbia River shore.
A bomb threat scrawled on a bathroom wall at Lake Oswego Junior High School Thursday has been deemed unfounded.
Commissioners have approved the contruction of a new Multnomah County courthouse at Hawthorne and 1st Street.
A homeowner scared off a burglary suspect mid-crime Thursday morning while Portland police officers were en-route to the theft call.
A local woman found her stolen purse through a search on Craigslist. Detectives contacted the seller and met her at Lloyd Center Mall pretending to be interested in buying the purse.
The man called Valley Comm's 911 center moments after waking up from a nap, and realizing the flight had taken off toward Los Angeles.
Dozens of people ascended to Hawthorne Bridge in Portland Thursday morning to protest Nestle's proposed bottling plant at the Columbia River Gorge.
It was a crime that tore apart a little town, and made news around the world. Christian Longo killed his three kids and his wife and dumped their bodies around the Oregon coast town of Newport in 2001.
In a bizarre twist to a violent kidnapping, a Renton couple was stunned to learn the child they were babysitting had been abducted.
A man carrying a gun used pepper spray on employees while robbing a Northeast Portland bar early Thursday morning.
At that point, police say a chain-link fence was the only thing preventing the vehicle from crashing into Bryden Canyon.
Researchers say sex crimes are under-reported, and the bill's proponents said victims shouldn't be denied justice because too many years passed before they felt comfortable going to police.
A coalition of janitors, city employees and other workers gathered at downtown Portland’s O’Bryant Square, hoping to pressure Oregon lawmakers into passing a minimum wage increase.
Serena Profitt's grandmother, Sherri Profitt, encouraged lawmakers to draft legislation requiring E. coli testing for patients with specific symptoms.