Few details have been released in the case, and no arrests have been made. Federal investigators have been searching for the person who sent the letters, which were postmarked Tuesday in Spokane.
A Portland woman who found a seriously injured dog is upset that Multnomah County Animal Services is giving the dog back to his owner.
Family and friends remembered a 21-year-old University of Oregon tennis star at a memorial service in Portland on Saturday.
The woman, who was bit by a neighbor's dog, was seeking payment for medical expenses, plus pain, inconvenience, emotional stress, scaring and other general damages.
Hundreds celebrated Norway’s most important national holiday, Constitution Day, in Portland at a community-wide event on Friday.
There's a big difference at this senior prom in Vancouver.
Heidi Austin does so much for so many against tremendous adversity.
200 people are now testing the TriMet mobile ticketing system to smooth out the wrinkles before the app goes public.
About 10,000 people have signed up to run the Rock 'N Roll half marathon on Sunday.
Crews responded to a fully involved house fire Friday night on Southeast 86th Avenue near Hawthorne Boulevard, according to the Portland Fire Bureau.
A homeless man in Eugene has been convicted of raping a woman he met at a campsite.
All westbound lanes of Interstate 84 near 181st will close at about 11:30 p.m. so crews can tow away a wrecked semi tractor-trailer, according to a spokesman with the Oregon Department of Transportation.
The five West Coast states affected by debris from the 2011 tsunami in Japan are about to receive an initial $250,000 each from a $5 million gift from Japan for cleanup.
Residents fear someone will get hurt or killed crossing the street near Foster Road and Woodstock Boulevard along 97th Avenue if something isn't done.
A Coast Guard helicopter has rescued a teenage girl from the surf on the northwest Oregon coast.
A victim of sex trafficking came to Portland when she couldn't find help anywhere else, but the services to keep her safe are facing funding cuts.
Some voters might have noticed that in the Washington County voter guide there are no arguments listed against the fluoride measure, even though there are many arguments for it. That has people asking why, including one viewer who wrote to ask us on Facebook.
Saturday marks the 33rd anniversary of one of the biggest news stories ever experienced in the Pacific Northwest.