Lorenzo Solis needs to move and says he can't find a place that will accept he, his pregnant fiancee and his companion dog despite a doctor's order
Reynolds High School revealed renovations to its gym on Wednesday nearly three months after freshman Emilio Hoffman was shot dead by a classmate inside that building.
Oregon and Washington’s anti-bullying laws don’t cover what’s becoming known as the “bullying loophole.”
The chief executive officer of Centerplate, a major concession operator in three countries, was caught on a surveillance camera abusing a dog.
A federal judge has denied a request by irrigation suppliers in California's Central Valley to stop emergency water releases intended to help salmon hundreds of miles away in the Klamath Basin survive the drought.
Prosecutors in Polk County, Oregon, say two men have pleaded guilty to murder and been sentenced to life in prison for their roles in the kidnapping and killing of a police informant last December.
A federal appeals court has dismissed the National Organization for Marriage's effort to appeal an Oregon court ruling that allows same sex marriage.
An autopsy Wednesday confirmed that four family members pulled from Henry Hagg Lake this week died of accidental drowning.
For the third time this year, economists revised their revenue forecast upward, leaving it just $27 million shy of the kicker threshold.
Oregon State Police said the deputy was shot in the face and the side during a traffic stop.
Fire crews were called out to extinguish a chicken coop fire that was spotted in Lebanon at about 6 a.m. Wednesday.
Officers said they are looking for a man who may be taking his four children from their mother, who has custody in Eugene. Police said Torata Tanaka, 40, could be taking two girls, ages 10 and 3, and two boys, ages 8 and 6, to Canada or possibly back to his native country of Japan.
A man was arrested for felony hit and run after hitting a bicyclist on Tuesday afternoon, Clackamas County sheriff’s deputies said.
A semi-trailer loaded with a nearly 70-ton turbine rolled while taking the Highway 126 exit to 42nd Street in Springfield Wednesday morning, blocking the exit to westbound drivers for most of the day.
Reports on social media that say the National Hockey League will soon expand to Seattle are tantalizing - but unconfirmed.