Click "play" on the video to hear Mycle Brandy talk about his long, long walk in support of stroke victims.
U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall believes Oregon needs a better long-term solution to housing victims of child sex trafficking.
Carrie Lee gave us a tour of the damage left behind by an uninvited guest.
Have you ever heard of a "reverse" birthday present?
A person died in a head-on crash Saturday morning between a pickup and a truck reportedly hauling helicopter fuel and an herbicide along Highway 38, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said.
Why were the KATU anchors racing hamsters on Saturday morning? Click "play" on the video to find out.
The "Holy War" on the diamond is leaving its mark on two high school baseball teams. A rivalry game between Jesuit High School and Central Catholic High School got heated, and now both teams are in trouble.
Ten elementary schools are in line for lead paint treatment, according to Portland Public Schools.
Vira Peters was the latest target of the "grandparent scam" – a scammer calls pretending to be a grandkid and gets a loving grandparent to send them thousands of dollars. But Vira didn't end up sending those scammers anything thanks to Allison Darnell and the Sherwood Home Depot.
The task of getting Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange back on track is now in the hands of a Portland consulting firm that specializes in turning around struggling businesses.
The state of Oregon will consider selling the whole Elliott State Forest, where legal battles over logging and protections for threatened species have reduced revenues for schools.
The Northwest Pet and Companion Fair is in Portland and it's anything but your ordinary "dog and pony show".
Friday was National Day of Silence. It's where students take some form of silence to call attention to the bullying of the LGBT community in schools.
Dispatchers who couldn't answer the 911 call of a Washington woman facing an intruder are deeply troubled by the statewide system failure but relieved she wasn't injured, the dispatch center's executive director said Friday.
Beaverton police arrested a woman who they said lit three road flares and threw them in a police station parking lot Friday morning.