Three men have been arrested in connection to a racially motivated March fight at a Vancouver bar, police said.
A florist who is the target of lawsuits for refusing to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding has filed has her own lawsuit against Washington state.
Volunteers were held at gunpoint and forced from room to room during an armed robbery at a Southeast Portland medical marijuana dispensary.
How does an apparently healthy man die from a nosebleed after he's gone to the emergency room five time in less than a day?
A nonprofit leader is facing federal felony charges accused of running a crime ring. Fred Engh is on the hook for more than half a million dollars in stolen gift cards.
Firefighters arrived to the burning two-story home at 302nd and Division just after 8 p.m. after neighbors reported seeing heavy smoke coming out of the back of the house.
The Oregon Department of Transportation rented the house and posed as people moving because it says it gets a ton of complaints about illegal movers.
After a two-day search in rural Oregon failed to yield any trace of missing Utah mother Susan Powell, authorities said Thursday they may close the investigation.
The poll, which was conducted by Survey USA and released just five days before the election, shows that 53 percent of likely voters are against fluoridating the water. Just 40 percent of likely voters are for the measure, while eight percent are still undecided.
Federal authorities in Idaho say they have arrested an Uzbekistan national on federal terrorism charges.
The Oregon Legislature has passed a bill barring bosses from demanding employees or job applicants turn over their Facebook passwords and other social media login information.
Anna Prosser Robinson is not your typical beauty queen. The former Miss Oregon USA is both smart and beautiful. She also happens to be a video game fanatic.
The state released preliminary draft rules Thursday on the emerging recreational marijuana market, covering an array of topics ranging from how pot should be grown and tested for quality assurance to what types of security should be required at state-licensed pot businesses.
An Idaho man convicted of breaking into a Boise zoo last fall and brutally beating to death one of two Patas monkeys has been ordered to spend up to a year in a treatment program at a state prison.
A 26-year-old man was watching TV downstairs in his parents' Longview, Wash., home when two pit bulls he'd never seen before entered the home through a sliding glass door left open on a sunny morning.