What appears to be an engagement ring and wedding band were found in a small box on a TriMet bus Tuesday night. Do you know who they belong to?
Lightning storms have ignited six new range fires in eastern Oregon, and more bad weather is expected by the end of the week.
Owner says favorable review included comments disrespectrul of women, decides to do something
Companies that have hired sex offenders in the past are operating at fairs and carnivals in the Portland area.
An evangelical Christian group is trying to convert children as young as 5 at Portland apartment pools, public parks and dozens of other gathering spots this summer — a campaign that's got some parents upset.
Security cameras catch a man suspected of breaking into cars in Sandy.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales has put together a new marijuana task force to deal with the growing concern over medical marijuana dispensaries and also in anticipation of the legalization of recreational marijuana in the state.
Two of the four teenagers accused of kidnapping and torturing Dustyn Murrain inside a shed in February pleaded guilty Thursday.
Oregon received 19,000 lightning strikes since Tuesday afternoon, resulting in at least 25 new fires covering a total of 160 acres, stretching from the southern Cascade Range northwest into central and northeastern Oregon.
A car and a preschool bus crashed Wednesday afternoon and two children received minor injuries, according to Vancouver police.
A choked-up House Speaker John Boehner has interrupted a series of votes to praise a doctor who helped a congresswoman's infant survive a rare condition.
It's official: an initiative to require the labeling of genetically modified foods in Oregon has qualified for a statewide vote in November.
Even as it blamed speeding drivers for a most of the accidents on the Interstate 5/Highway 217 ramp, the Oregon Department of Transportation said it was taking new steps to reduce crashes.
Electrical equipment at a Seattle City Light substation burst into flames Wednesday morning, knocking out power to most buildings in the Seattle Center and shutting down the Seattle monorail for about 2½ hours.
One person died in a fire at an apartment complex Wednesday morning.
County fair season is in underway and KATU’s On Your Side Investigators are looking into who’s working around children - and sometimes handling them - at fairs and carnivals.
A man wanted for murder who had escaped capture clad in camouflage aboard a motorcycle in a remote wooded section of southern Oregon has been taken into custody.
Police have found a woman they said assaulted her boyfriend by hitting him with a van, then drove away with their daughter inside.
A man faces charges of murder and arson after a house fire July 16 near Creswell.
President Obama signed an emergency disaster declaration Wednesday for areas of Washington state scorched by wildfires.
Anonymous posts about sexual assaults and other crimes have shown up on a Facebook page that's popular with University of Oregon students. It’s called "University of Oregon Confessions".
After not finding any signs of a cougar or receiving any sightings of one in more than 24 hours, the city of Hillsboro reopened Rood Bridge Park Thursday.
Residents escaped a house fire in North Portland early Wednesday morning.
Police are investigating a shooting in Southeast Portland after a gunshot victim showed up at a hospital emergency room Tuesday night.
Portland police say 17-year-old Sierra Shaver has returned home and is no longer missing.
A 19-year-old man was shot and killed in Southeast Portland on Tuesday night, police said.
Search and rescue teams found a man who got lost late Tuesday night near Multnomah Falls.
"I''ll see you in Hell" are the last words written by Aaron Ybarra before the June 5th shooting that killed fellow student Paul Lee from Beaverton
City Commissioner Amanda Fritz wants voters to decide about how to raise the $68 million dollars the city needs to keep up Portland's parks, playgrounds and outdoor spaces. On Thursday, she’ll ask City Council to kick a new bond measure to voters for the November election.
It's vandalsim with a twist. In this case maybe a cinnamon twist. Somebody's been pelting cars and smearing windows with sticky pastries in Hillsboro.
Portland is cracking down and passing new laws to regulate Airbnb.com
Although Common Core testing would start for Portland Public Schools students this year, a decision could mean teachers might not be held accountable for the scores yet.
Donald Kendall of Ukiah, Oregon, was killed during an accident on a chip seal paving operation on Highway 320, which is south of Interstate 84 near Echo, spokesman Dave Thompson said.
Firefighters were making progress Tuesday in their efforts to get the largest wildfire in Washington state's history under control, with wetter weather bringing some relief but also raising concerns about flash flooding.
After being closed for eight days while health officials investigated an outbreak of vomiting and diarrhea, Blue Lake Regional Park will reopen to swimming and boating Wednesday.
President Barack Obama has arrived in Seattle for two political fundraisers.
A helicopter pilot was injured but still conscious after crashing in a rural area of Skagit County, officials said.
An 18-mile stretch of highway closed by a wildfire July 15 opened to one-way traffic with a pilot car July 22.
State elections officials certified Tuesday that the petitioners submitted enough valid signatures to qualify the measure for the November ballot.
Cover Oregon officials said they don’t believe Oregon will be affected by a federal appeals court’s ruling on Tuesday that has the potential to deal a severe blow to the Affordable Care Act in states that are part of the federal exchange.
Woodburn police arrested two men who they said attacked another man with a broken bottle and a kitchen knife Sunday night.
Firefighters continue to make progress against 11 major wildfires burning across Oregon, but more fires could be in the offing east of the Cascade Range as a band of lightning storms moves across the northern tier of the state.
The Snohomish County sheriff's office says search and rescue personnel believe they have located the last body from the March 22 mudslide that killed 43 people at Oso.
At least 6,000 people who bought health insurance through Washington's new exchange are having trouble using that coverage because of computer glitches with the new program.
Clark County sheriff's deputies arrested an 18-year-old man accused of starting two grass fires at a school in Orchards, near Vancouver.
Police in Woodburn are asking for the public’s help finding a man who robbed a paint store at gunpoint earlier this month.