Oracle Corp. is asking the Oregon Supreme Court to exclude five of its employees from a lawsuit filed by the state over the failure of the Cover Oregon health insurance exchange.
A Sumner man with a long history of arrests for car thefts and prowls is in jail after a wild morning confrontation with a customer at a gas station.
Cassandra Stolzenberger, 20, of Hillsboro, died when a pickup truck pulling a trailer slammed into a line of cars stopped at a red light on TV Highway and Southwest 185th Avenue at about 7 p.m.
The crash injured seven people, some seriously.
The crash injured seven people, some seriously.
Portland Police say they have investigated 121 incidents of gang violence so far this year, a number that eclipses years past.
Police need your help finding a Yakima man who was last seen leaving work July 31.
The small grocery-store chain Haggen on Tuesday sued Albertsons for more than $1 billion in damages, alleging the supermarket giant engaged in systematic efforts to eliminate it as a viable competitor in five states.
A man convicted of raping and murdering a 5-year-old child in 1979 had his parole denied in court Wednesday.
Firefighters battling a destructive wildfire near John Day are allowing people who have been evacuated for weeks to return to their homes.
Deputies are investigating two deaths at a Clackamas home.
Portland Police have arrested a man who they say stole a car near PDX and lead officers on a chase.
Two weather entities have been battling it out for media attention of late: The warm 'blob' of water in the Pacific Ocean largely blamed for our year-plus long of warmer temperatures in the Northwest, and a budding El Niño of super strength that has been given a variety of monikers, from "Bruce Lee" El Niño to "Godzilla" El Niño.
The patrolling officers mostly warn boaters, opting to educate skippers about the laws protecting the marine mammals. Over the past two years, officers have given about 10 tickets and 40-50 written warnings, Mullins said.
The president of Shell Oil Co. said exploratory drilling off Alaska's northwest coast is going well despite stormy weather last week that caused the company to halt operations for a few days.
A Hillsboro woman suing Oregon State University and former Beavers Head Coach Mike Riley for $2.5 million claims she was raped by a football player's cousin back in October 1999.
While it may seem like a simple task to buckle a child safety seat into a car, Traffic Enforcement Sergeant Jim Ball said he sees a surprising amount of seats improperly installed.
Something just did not belong when an aunt went to change her niece's diaper. A piece of black plastic, with a little strip of metal, was found woven into the diaper.
A Vancouver police dog died overnight Tuesday after he was stabbed by a suspect fleeing officers, according to the Vancouver Police Department.
A 20-year-old woman died in a seven-vehicle crash that left several people injured this evening, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
KATU’s On Your Side Investigators recently heard from a viewer concerned about whether coaches in non-school kids' sports leagues undergo criminal background checks.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales met with community leaders and concerned neighbors who want to find a way to clean up what they see as a growing homeless population in the North Park Blocks.
Playing carefree in the back yard, you wouldn’t know what 6-year-old Merika Struble went through on her first bus ride to first grade Monday.
A new service called Ghostruck launched in Portland Tuesday.
Changes affect parents seeking non-medical exemptions and require schools to post vaccination rates.
Klamath County Sheriff Frank Skrah is asking a court to force seven deputies who are on non-disciplinary leave back to work.
How many lattes is that?
Police have already arrested one teenage boy suspected or robbing and burning a trio of tourists in downtown Seattle last month, and now they're asking for help to find the rest of the suspects.
Minutes before a Washington state high school freshman fatally shot four friends and then himself, he sent a group text message to his family outlining his funeral wishes and apologizing to the parents of the teenagers he was about to kill.
Sheriff's deputies say a 31-year-old Albany man was drinking when he struck his wife with a glass bottle.
The firefighter severely injured in a Washington wildfire flare-up that killed three of his comrades is making progress, but he's not out of danger yet.
A Portland dad was drunk when he forced his kids into his car and made them ride around town with him, documents say.
Federal investigators have released their latest report on last year's deadly Air 4 helicopter crash outside KOMO studios - laying out the facts for the first time but still coming to no official conclusion about the cause.
After nearly two months, the Vancouver Fire Department has lifted its recreational burn ban, though outdoor burning is still prohibited.
Officials say a Linn County man is facing more than 100 counts related to a child porn investigation.
The National Wildfire Suppression Association says they're expecting about a 15 percent decrease in firefighters once the school year begins in the next week or so.
An Oregon man who earned an award five years ago for stopping an armed bank robbery has pleaded guilty to committing an armed bank robbery.
The entire length of the Pacific Crest Trail within Oregon's Crater Lake National Park is now open.
Evacuation warnings remain for those threatened by a wildfire south of John Day, but mild weather helped crews fighting the blaze that has burned 165 square miles and destroyed 43 homes.
Court hearings have been postponed for four youths charged with arson for allegedly causing the June 29 Civic Stadium fire.
The Salem City Council has voted to permit the early sales of recreational marijuana from medical marijuana dispensaries.
A judge has dismissed sex-crimes charges against prominent gay rights activist Terry Bean, who was accused of having sex with a 15-year-old boy.
As if the wildfire-ravaged Okanogan Valley didn't have enough challenges, Mother Nature dished out another one Tuesday morning - a 4.3 magnitude earthquake.
Licensed land surveyor Daryl Moistner shares pictures of his work along the Alaskan coastline.
A Forest Grove middle school teacher is under arrest and facing methamphetamine and prostitution charges.
The property owner denies any knowledge of drug use at the site.
The Mallard Creek Golf Course clubhouse caught fire late Monday night in Lebanon.
One Tigard teen is inspiring dozens of people to re-examine their life goals and she's doing it in a pretty public way.