Crews have begun the year-long process of replacing the beloved old carpet at Portland International Airport.
Marijuana-related calls to poison control centers in Washington and Colorado have spiked since the states began allowing legal sales last year, with an especially troubling increase in calls concerning young children.
A 24-year-old woman trying on clothes in a dressing room noticed a smartphone being held under the door and angled up toward her on Wednesday as if to record video of her as she changed, police said.
A weekend filled delicious and decadent treats is planned at the Oregon Convention Center, with chocolate makers bringing all of their best desserts to the Northwest’s biggest chocolate event.
A woman clung to the hood of a purse thief’s car Friday morning as he drove through the parking lot of a Northeast Portland Fred Meyer store, police officials said.
Friday morning, crews will start ripping out the first few sections of the 1980’s-era carpet in concourse “C,” before replacing it with a new, updated version.
A Washington County sheriff's spokesman says an 80-year-old Coos Bay woman was struck in a crosswalk and fatally injured as she left a Portland-area hospital after visiting her husband.
Deputies found a driver lying unconscious in the roadway close to his rolled pickup truck early Thursday morning, a short time after police officials said he evaded an officer in Forest Grove.
A man police were looking for after his roommate said he fired a .44-caliber handgun in their Oregon City home late Thursday night turned himself into police Friday morning.
A deadly crash on Marine Drive that killed a Portland woman back on New Year's Eve touched a local man so greatly that he's pushing the city to make that stretch of road safer for everyone by installing guard rails.
Shattered windows held together with tape. Graffiti scribbled across several bathroom stalls. All an eyesore, but students say it's nothing compared to what's hidden behind a sheet of construction paper on a Lincoln High School classroom door.
Here are 10 ways to tear it up at a Rip City game.
The University of Oregon student diagnosed last week with a potentially deadly disease has stabilized, Lane County Public Health said.
According to student vaccination rates from across the state, there are thirteen schools where over 50 percent of the student body is exempt from getting the shots.
Longview police said Michael Williams of Longview found the money in an alley in the city’s Old West Side neighborhood on Sunday, Jan. 18. The contractor had lost it Monday, Jan. 12.