A donor backs out at the last minute, endangering the trip of a lifetime for the school debate team.
Would you live here? This Southeast Portland apartment was damaged so badly from flooding that the family felt like it was unlivable. They moved into a hotel, for the time being, but reached out to KATU after they felt the landlord wasn't doing enough to help them get back into their apartment.
Thanks to a donation from a car dealership, a local police chaplain will be able to drive to and from crime scenes in a new set of wheels.
Employees told them the man walked into the store and demanded money, telling them he had a contaminated needle with him.
A ruling on Oregon’s case on same-sex marriage hits a snag after a late legal move forces the judge to change his plans. The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is getting involved at the 11th hour.
A hundred Oregon cities already decided to delay dispensaries for another year. Will Washington County be next?
A Washougal woman says a neighbor's pet duck attacked her and led to thousands of dollars in medical bills.
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KATU.com received an Edward R. Murrow award as the top large-market TV station website in the region on Tuesday.
Grant County Public Utility District. said dealing with that cracked dam on the Columbia River is going to cost about $61 million.
The judge said Tuesday that he will not make a decision until at least May 14 after he’s had a chance to hear from the group that wants to defend the state law as it is now. That group is the National Organization for Marriage.
Fifty-nine cats were rescued Tuesday from a Newberg apartment, according to the Oregon Humane Society.
Two Oregon state representatives said Tuesday they’ve secured almost $2 million for flashing beacons to improve pedestrian safety at 18 of east Portland’s most dangerous intersections.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales says Trader Joe's will not be coming to a northeast Portland neighborhood.
A harassment charge against Terrence Jones, a former Jefferson High School basketball player who currently plays for the Houston Rockets, was dropped on Monday, KATU News has learned.