After getting nearly 10,000 suggestions for the name of Portland's new bridge, officials have announced the winner.
The death toll from the mudslide that hit the Washington town of Oso has risen to 39.
The Yakima City Council has approved an exemption to a ban on pit bull dogs in the city. They'll be allowed as service animals.
A happy update to a story we brought you first here on KATU last week. A Northeast Portland woman's wheelchair ramp was stolen right from under her front door. But a local contractor saw that story, and Norma Cakebread has her freedom back.
Workers at Paddy's on Northeast 122nd Avenue told police that the suspect came into the bar with a shotgun on Tuesday and demanded money.
A Scappoose priest has been arrested on charges of luring. A Vancouver teen told police he followed her in his car and repeatedly tried to get her inside.
Portland police officer Jeff Dorn was wounded and his K-9 partner was killed in a shootout with an armed man in Southwest Portland early Wednesday morning, police said.
Portland runners who lived through last year's terrifying attack at the Boston Marathon are ready to run again in support of the city.
A student at Wilson High School will be allowed to continue playing lacrosse despite a 28-day ban from school officials.
The Problem Solvers have an enlighting way to put hundreds of dollars in your pocket. It's easy as changing as a light bulb. These light bulbs are even better than the ones you saw in stores last year. And they're being sold at a discount by many Oregon retailers.
Police are looking for a man who robbed a bank in S.W. Portland on Tuesday afternoon.
A car crashed in Aloha on Tuesday afternoon during a chase involving a human-trafficking investigation, police said.
Three days on the job, the new man running Cover Oregon is getting a grasp on what may end up giving him a run for his money. Clyde Hamstreet won't guarantee he can fix all that's gone wrong with the website for the state's health insurance exchange. He knows all he can do is try.
A fire in a Lake Oswego storage building Tuesday morning did about $40,000 in damage before crews could put it out.
Two men whose bodies were found Monday in the Columbia and Willamette rivers died from drowning, the Multnomah County medical examiner determined Tuesday.