Watery beers at sporting venues have been a concern around several cities in the United States. Is this happening in Portland too? Could the brew you are drinking at local Portland sporting events be watered down?
The rain moving into the Northwest Thursday is falling as freezing rain in the Columbia River Gorge and other parts of eastern Oregon and Washington where temperatures have been below freezing for more than a week.
Oregon State Police ticketed Oregon quarterback and Heisman trophy contender Marcus Mariota for going 80 in a 55 mph zone November 12.
Firefighters had to move over 50 dairy cows to safety Thursday morning after a hay fire broke out at at Andersen Dairy Farm.
Seven-year-old Reagan Bute is safe after her father turned himself in to Ashland Police Thursday morning. Paul Bute picked his daughter up early from school Wednesday morning, which was a violation of a custody ruling handed down later that day.
A 15-year-old Oregon high school student has turned his love for lacrosse into a mission to help in the fight against breast cancer.
Clark County banned panhandlers from working the side of the street. Some panhandlers say they may head for the Portland area to continue their work.
For over a year, “Transitions,” was artist Michael Boonstra’s life. He was commissioned to create the publicly funded artwork during the construction of the Wapato Jail. Shortly after the completion of his piece, Boonstra learned there wasn’t enough money to open the jail.
Woodland Park Zoo has decided to eliminate its elephant exhibit and move its two remaining elephants to new homes, zoo officials said Wednesday.
A rare rooster in Cornelius has a week to find a new home after more complaints about his crowing brought his owner and neighbor to court for a second time in a rooster ruckus that's been going on for months.
Independent energy researcher Robert McCullough blew the whistle on Enron, now he's calling out the city of Portland with a new idea to collect the Street Fund.
In the video, recorded in August by the group Compassion & Choices and released on Wednesday, Maynard calls on more states to enact legislation allowing terminally ill people to end life on their own terms.
There is a Facebook campaign that started right here in Portland. It's called "reason for the season." There are thousands of people liking the page and pledging to "not shop on Thanksgiving."
Washington plans to sue the U.S. Department of Energy and its contractor to protect workers from hazardous vapors at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, the nation's most polluted nuclear site, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Wednesday.
Police said Joshua Cavett, then 36 years old, killed 27-year-old Jessie Cavett in front of their 2-year-old daughter in October 2013.