Riders do surveillance sweeps to search for hot property at homeless camps.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will no longer test for toxic algae in reservoirs in the Willamette Valley.
A man is behind bars after a shooting early Tuesday morning outside a bar on Northeast 82nd Avenue.
City officials admit they've reigned-in the leeway given to drivers caught speeding in school zones. Longview city manager David Campbell says the city’s photo radar contractor had set the limit for catching speeders too high for years, until the mistake was discovered earlier this year.
Vandals broke into Oregon City High School and damaged equipment for a local youth theater company's latest play.
Last week, Dunn stopped at the drive-thru window and was just about to pay when she heard a loud thump. It was a tray of wet, red paint that landed on the hood of her white SUV, falling from the roof where a painter was working.
Police are looking for two cars involved in a gunfight Tuesday evening along Southeast Powell Boulevard near 108th Avenue.
Three people face burglary charges for stealing an iPad and other property from Roosevelt High School in North Portland.
Motorists heading south on Interstate 5 near Everett might have been confused Tuesday after a paint-striping machine malfunctioned, leaving a thick trail of yellow paint down the middle of one lane.
A man was stabbed in the stomach Tuesday afternoon when he tried to intervene during a bank robbery in Vancouver, police officials said.
Fire crews had a line around the Sandy Creek fire by Monday morning, with 28 firefighters continuing to work to shore up control lines and mop up the fire, the Coos Forest Protective Association said.
A 28-year-old woman was handcuffed, assaulted and held captive overnight at her Gresham home by a couple she met at a homeless shelter, police said.
Officials say a man and the baby he was holding were not injured when a pick-up truck pummeled through a Portland yard Tuesday morning.
WASHOUGAL, Wash. -- Officials say Washougal High School was evacuated Tuesday morning following a bomb threat.
About 900 residents of West Linn are being asked to stop using their water, ahead of a boil advisory that should last through Wednesday morning.