Newly released court documents reveal disturbing details regarding two men who were arrested for sex trafficking two 13-year-old girls in Beaverton.
Portland Public Schools started the day with a two-hour delay, then decided to bag the entire day. The decision left a lot of families with a sudden change of plans.
The infant daughter of Washington state U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler is back home in Camas this week after spending months under the supervision of doctors in California.
The U.S. Department of Energy on Wednesday issued its final cleanup plan for the 300 Area of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, which for decades made plutonium for nuclear weapons and is the nation's most polluted nuclear site.
Sheriff’s deputies have called off the search for a missing hiker near Mount St. Helens after they said efforts from the air and ground to find him were unsuccessful.
One year after Cindy Yuille's murder, her family remembers her in their own words.
One year after hearing the calls from dispatch about shots fired at Clackamas Town Center, KATU’s Emily Sinovic sat down with two paramedics who were among the first on the scene.
New details have emerged in the death of a 5-month-old baby. Police say the mother of the boy reported that her son had been murdered in a motel and the baby's body was dumped in an unidentified park in Clackamas County.
Steve Forsyth called his father from his brand new business at Clackamas Town Center, right before the shooter entered the building and shot him.
Creators say Canna-Pet provides all the health benefits without the "high."
Metro has agreed to pay tens of thousands of dollars in state fines for mishandling gravesites at its 14 pioneer cemeteries. It’s also promised to change the way it's handling all of it’s gravesites.
Amber Spackman was at Clackamas Town Center on Dec. 11, 2012, trying on dresses with her mother and sister, when the shooting happened. The memories, and the pain, are still very strong.
This was a special time of year for Steve Forsyth, the holiday season. "He loved to decorate for Halloween," said his father, Ron. "He loved to decorate for Christmas. He loved to carve a turkey. And none of that happened."
A man who was attacked earlier this month while feeding the homeless is back on the streets, giving out soup to those in need.
Police said Wednesday that 17-year-old Jasmine Hayes returned home and is safe.