Ten goats that were on the lam after chasing a group of children in South Seattle have been safely corralled by Seattle police officers.
Police said Patrick Miller, 49, was huffing nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, when he hit 47-year-old Margot Davis, on Southeast Division Street at 68th Avenue just after noon Wednesday.
With an early start to the spring weather, Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm started their annual tulip festival a full week ahead of schedule.
The girl's mother called Gresham police Sept. 28 after her daughter disclosed she had sex with a couple numerous times in the months she had been baby-sitting for them.
Two University of Oregon archivists are out of their jobs as a result of the release of 25,000 pages of documents from the president's office.
Multnomah County Animal Service officials provided shelter for two chickens who appeared to have been dyed pink.
A 17-year-old boy pleaded guilty Thursday to murdering his mother and shooting his father last year.
Oregon Democrats introduced a bill Thursday to require background checks on private firearm sales, setting up a showdown with gun rights advocates that could come as soon as next week.
A driver who tried to make a U-turn on Interstate 5 triggered a five-vehicle crash early Thursday near Boeing Field that blocked several lanes, the Washington State Patrol reports.
Early Thursday morning, deputies arrested a man suspected of a string of indecent exposure incidents in Clackamas and Multnomah counties.
Bridge inspectors from the Washington State Dept. of Transportation are doing a rope access check of the SR-433/Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Columbia River. With rope access, workers are suspended by rope connections to access hard-to-reach areas of the bridge.
Mother and daughter Hannah and Eliza Gorman, both slaves, immigrated from Missouri to Oregon over the Oregon Trail in 1844. The house they built still stands today in Corvallis.
Gang enforcement investigators looked into two shootings that happened in Northeast Portland on Wednesday night.
City and police officials say they'll review their response to a semi-truck crash that ended up shutting down the southbound lanes of SR-99 just south of the Viaduct for nine hours Tuesday evening, leading to epic gridlock across the city.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Take a look around their Northeast Portland office and it's easy to see Be Funky lives up to its name.
Shiloh Mitchell was driving to work Wednesday morning when he drove by a truck crashed on the side of Highway 30 near Troutdale.
An Oregon board has yanked the license of a Portland psychologist whose 11-year-old client attempted suicide.
A man who was arrested just two weeks ago for harassment and attempted assault is accused of attempting to abduct a toddler in Portland Wednesday.
Democrats on an Oregon legislative committee voted Wednesday to advance a bill that would require nearly all employers to give workers up to five days a year of paid sick leave.
A 17-year-old boy pleaded guilty Tuesday after he fled from the scene of a crash and a passenger in his car died, according to the Marion County district attorney’s office.
Northbound lanes of the Interstate Bridge have reopened following about an hour-and-half closure.
A Tacoma police dog named Barney was rushed to a veterinary hospital after ingesting methamphetamine during a narcotics investigation.
A new amendment proposed by a dozen Senate Democrats, including Patty Murray (D-WA), could allow students to refinance their loan debts.
Police had a Vancouver, Washington home under surveillance, and they said they saw two people in separate vehicles arrive and carry items into its garage and close the door.
A 14-year-old girl is facing disorderly conduct charges after allegedly posting a bomb threat to a popular app.
A new bill could provide an extra layer of privacy and protection for Oregon students who are victims of rape.
Portland Police say a 49-year-old man was huffing nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, when he crashed into a pedestrian along SE Division Street Wednesday.
A small study discovered fetuses of mothers who smoke touch their face and mouth much more than fetuses of nonsmoking moms.
In a video recorded 19 days before Brittany Maynard took life-ending drugs, she tells California lawmakers that no one should have to leave home to legally kill themselves under the care of a doctor.
The woman who claimed she’d been sexually assaulted while delivering newspapers in Woodburn early Monday morning was arrested after police investigators say she made up the attack.
This week's snow is "too little, too late" for the Oregon Cascades, says Kathie Dello with the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute. Dello said snow and rain in March isn't what's unusual. "Our rainy season lasts through May," she said Tuesday.
Drivers parking in Northwest Portland have some new rules to follow as the Bureau of Transportation rolls out a new 4 hour time limit for people that don’t live or work in the neighborhood.
The Troutdale City Council voted Tuesday night to pay the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office to handle law enforcement in the city, taking one step closer to dissolving the current police department.
A woman with Alzheimer’s went missing Tuesday night, and Gresham Police is asking for your help in finding her.
Amanda Knox's defense lawyer urged Italy's highest court on Wednesday to overturn the American's conviction in the 2007 murder of her British roommate, calling it a "grave judicial error."
Four families have safe housing for the night after they were facing eviction from a group home. The County stepped in to secure their homes late Wednesday night.
The rally was a vocal push in support of Senate Bill 477 and House Bill 2729. The measures call for Oregon to set a date for transitioning away from out-of-state coal and making up the difference in lost energy with renewables.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler said he plans to work with his counterparts in Alaska and Oregon to look into operations at Premera, which is based in Mountlake Terrace, Washington.
A wild animal rescue group is undergoing pressure from Clackamas County to undergo several changes.
Neighbors said the woman’s screams woke them up in the early morning, but because it was so dark they couldn’t see anything.
If you live in Camas, you may have noticed a large plume of smoke Tuesday.
An Oregon legislative panel has advanced a $7.255 billion spending plan for primary and secondary schools.
The Washington County Juvenile Services department revamped its youth offender program after one of its participants was convicted of attacking and raping a woman during a supervised group outing to a University of Oregon football game.
Troopers don't always stop people in the HOV lanes, but when they do, they prefer "dos" passengers.
Officials say a woman whose body was found near Copper Mountain Nature Park likely died of hypothermia.
A contractor has fixed what looked like fallen concrete from the new Sellwood Bridge columns this week.