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A research group releases its report on potentially problematic toys for 2015.
The Portland Fire Bureau warns people to take safety steps after space heater sets home on fire.
The Amazon ad for its new $50 Fire tablet says it has the power and features you want for the price of a tank of gas. After testing the $50 Fire, experts at Consumer Reports say there’s not much it won’t do, but there’s plenty it won’t do well.
With many retailers set to open their doors on Thanksgiving and some are already offering deals online, it’s more important than ever to have a game plan that will help maximize your savings.
A perfect roast turkey is a beautiful centerpiece at Thanksgiving. But be careful how you prepare it!
Problem Solver Reporter
Kerry Tomlinson wants to hear from you. Do you have a problem you’d like her to investigate? Send Kerry your story idea.
Everyone likes the idea of same-day delivery. But who wants to pay for it?
A local bowling alley hopes to re-open by Monday after a fire burned through the snack bar.
Teens go through a program to tear down barriers and create real connections.
Sweden has the safest streets in the world, and Portland's Bureau of Transportation is trying to follow suit.
You want a job, you look online, right? Watch out. Fakers are posting hundreds of false job listings, some trying trick you out of your information and possibly even your money.
Yard specialists say you will want to rake up and get rid of your leaves before the city of Portland does its annual pickup.
Oregon Fish & Wildlife says the bear will have to be caught and put down.
The city is laying out its growth plan, including a map that shows you how it wants to guide growth where you live.
More than 30,000 families will have to find a new way to pay their utility charges.
Local bike riders now using special seat locks and leashes to keep parts from disappearing.
Local car owners looking for answers after VW revelation about faking out emissions tests.
A local mom can breast-feed in the department store where a worker sent her to the bathroom, according to Oregon law.