A Cornelius man accused of driving drunk and causing a crash that killed one woman and injured six other people in Portland’s Old Town pleaded no contest in Multnomah County Circuit Court on Tuesday.
Italy's high court has explained why it reversed the acquittal of American student Amanda Knox, saying the decision acquitting her of murder was full of contradictions.
Angry over a note advising him to repaint the fire hydrant in front of his house, a Camas man showed up with a gun at the home of a Water Department employee. A fight ensued, and he was arrested on assault charges.
The Hillsboro Hops played their first home game Monday night at their new ballpark.
A three-year-old girl falls into a crawl space while her mother and a real-estate agent look at a potential new home in Oregon City. She is in critical condition but improving after being airlifted to the hospital.
Coy Tolonen says she's done with calling 9-1-1 and is ready to take action herself.
No one is sure who created a Facebook page to bully kids at Newberg High School, but Facebook didn't take it down until KATU News, the district and finally the police called the social media giant.
Prosecutors have asked a federal judge to delay sentencing for the Somali-American man convicted of plotting to bomb a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in Portland's town square.
A temporary bridge over the Skagit River opens Wednesday, restoring Interstate 5 traffic less than a month after the old bridge collapsed May 23 when it was struck by a truck with an oversize load.
A Sherwood High School teacher was arrested Monday accused of sexually abusing three students, according to the Washington County Sheriff's Office.
The driver who police say fatally hit a man attempting to dribble a soccer ball 10,000 miles from Seattle to Brazil for the World Cup has been arrested.
A man pulled from the Clackamas River died Monday afternoon, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office said.
It was a lot of work and heartache but in the end but Sasha, a Siberian husky, is back with her owner.
The KATU “On Your Side Investigators” uncovered some pretty eye opening numbers when it comes to traffic stops and tickets. Officers in Beaverton are the ticket writing kings and queens; it's not even a close race when we compared traffic enforcement by cities of similar size.
After 20 years of commuting from West Salem to McMinnville, Ted Gross commemorated his retirement from Chemeketa Community College by running to work and back.