Should teen offenders be let out on field trips? The Washington County teen accused of raping a woman outside Autzen Stadium last weekend was participating in a program that stresses alternatives to putting juvenile offenders under lock and key. But the On Your Side Investigators uncovered reports that show such alternatives have been called into question.
A Sellwood couple had a burglar open an unlocked window Tuesday morning, then barge up their steps and open their bedroom door while they were inside.
Police searched a North Portland neighborhood Wednesday night and didn't find a man who reportedly had a spear and a handgun.
Many are scrambling for a spot on one of the planes taking tourists out of Cabo San Lucas. Among them is a Molalla couple vacationing there. Kathy and Chuck Wornock were in Cabo to celebrate. Kathy had just beaten breast cancer.
Oregon lawmakers are considering making the first two years of community college free for students.
Louis “Paul” Geary hasn’t been seen since Aug. 26. Police began looking for him after they got a request for a welfare check on Sept. 4, but haven’t been able to track him down.
It's been quite the week for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, from a touchdown flip into the endzone against Wyoming to landing his 3rd Sports Illustrated cover.
The 36 Pit Fire grew to about 4,000 acres on Tuesday, but evacuation orders for many people in the area were downgraded.
A tiny kitten named Abby was shot in the head with a BB gun. Salem Friends of Felines is raising money to save her life.
The Beaverton-based shoemaker issued a statement Wednesday morning that said Nike "in no way condones child abuse or domestic violence of any kind and has shared our concerns with the NFL."
A Marion County jury found Victor Smith guilty of murder in the death of a Keizer man more than a decade ago.
Federal rules will likely force a major overhaul of Oregon's groundbreaking system for providing publicly funded caregivers to elderly and disabled people.
The state Bureau of Labor and Industries says more than 140,000 Oregon workers will get a pay raise when the minimum wage goes up the first of the year.
The company says Oregon cannot use or modify Oracle's software because the state has not fully paid for the work Oracle performed.
For a time last year, Oregon joined seven other states in giving driving privileges to people living in the country illegally.