A Woodburn family is trying to understand why their teenage son was hit and killed by a train five miles from his school where his mom was supposed to pick him up. Police said they’ve discovered the boy had walked on the same tracks before.
The Task Force to Address Sexual Violence and Survivor Support wants to immediately suspend plans to expand Fraternity and Sorority Life, saying the Greek system and athletics are where multiple studies show a prevalence of sexual violence.
The owners of a Gresham bakery, whom the state says discriminated against a lesbian couple, are being offered help from an unlikely source.
Looking for a fright? Many haunted houses in our area are up and running this week, but the Problem Solvers discover one attraction that is more illusion than reality.
For the 24-hour period ending at about 4:30 p.m., the storm had dumped about 1.45 inches of rain on Portland.
Police released a partial sketch of a man who may have tried to lure a 12-year-old into his truck.
Portland police said a woman whose car was hit by another driver who ran a stop sign Tuesday night died at the hospital.
A Romanian princess who helped run a cockfighting enterprise in Oregon has been sentenced to three years of probation and won't have to go to prison.
A woman died after being pinned under a tractor Wednesday afternoon while working to pull out a tree on a property outside of Lebanon, the Linn County Sheriff's Office said.
Oregon is cutting its last ties with a botched health insurance exchange portal built by Oracle Corp. as the state and the high-tech company pursue lawsuits against each other.
The complainant, Sorin D. Thomas, says he was offered a job as a field therapist for New Vision West Coast, Inc., before he told the company he identifies as transgender and androgynous.
It's been two weeks since the Oregon Employment Department admitted that its computer system was hacked. And for two weeks, the department waited to directly notify hundreds of thousands of people their personal information was compromised.
Friends and neighbors are trying to support, through love and kind messages, the Vancouver mother who lost her 6-week-old son.
A video just released from the University of Oregon has been making the rounds on social media. It's for a campus campaign called, "Ducks Do Something - It's On Us."
The biggest storm in months will snarl Wednesday afternoon’s commute and could cause some urban flooding, KATU meteorologist Rhonda Shelby said.