Studies show that what your child wears could affect how they perform in school. It's called enclothed cognition.
We have your back-to-school shopping guide ready to go, so you can get it all done efficiently and save money at the same time.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- A Portland man is trying to figure out how he ended up with an invalid license over a ticket from 1981.
Some seafood contains high levels of a form of mercury called methylmercury. Mercury can damage the brain, and it can damage the nervous system, especially when that exposure occurs in the womb.
Consumer Reports has tested several 50 to 60-inch UHD sets from big names like Samsung, Sony and Panasonic and the television expert says ultra high-definition TVs has a lot to offer.
Back-to-school shopping is the second biggest spending spree of the year, according to the National Retail Federation. And these days, students need a lot more than pencils and paper. If a new computer is on your must-have list, Consumer Reports has suggestions for kids of all ages.
Local teenagers volunteer to staff hotline and textline to help struggling kids.
You may surprised to know how many local teens are thinking about committing suicide.
Just asking a question can save a life. But how do you ask a friend or family member if they are thinking of killing themselves?
A Beaverton teen said she accidentally dropped her phone and it caught fire.
Companies now have to meet a new standard if they want to claim something is gluten-free.
Amnesty from Comcast: some families who have not paid their bills will get a reprieve. Other families will get service for free.
A criminal case in Texas is raising questions and controversy about your privacy on line.
Research reveals hackers may be able to access plane systems through on-board Wi-Fi.
Neighbors are worried that a new, larger school opening up in Northeast Portland will put more kids at risk as they walk to school.
You're working to pay your rent or mortgage. But what if you found out you owed another mortgage on top of that for a house you don't even own?
Hold on to your keys! New technology means you can quickly copy your keys, right from your couch. And thieves can make quick copies, right from your key ring.
Do you sometimes go to get something, get there and forget why you left in the first place? We jokingly refer to these lapses in memory as "senior moments." But the Problem Solvers say there are seven things you can do to protect your brain against decline and improve your memory.