A non-profit group called The Cupcake Girls brings boxes of cupcakes to strip clubs in Portland each month to build a connection with women in the adult industry and offer what they call "non-judgmental support."
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There's nothing wrong with the 38 million gallons of water being flushed away from a reservoir in Portland.
A Scappoose priest has been arrested on charges of luring. A Vancouver teen told police he followed her in his car and repeatedly tried to get her inside.
A man selling tiny houses in Salem has also built a long history of business deals gone wrong.
Ten elementary schools are in line for lead paint treatment, according to Portland Public Schools.
People living on a Northeast Portland street hope the party is over for a group of rats that invaded their neighborhood.
A local family survived a tree falling onto their house, but the aftermath has been even more difficult.
A local family received a surprise in the mail: an envelope from the Oregon Department of Revenue, addressed to them, but holding tax documents and the personal information for a stranger.
It can be painful enough to pay your own electricity bill. But what if you found out you've been paying hundreds of dollars for someone else's bill as well and you didn't even know it?
Cash is king, right? Not at one major bank, and some customers are very unhappy about it.
One hundred years of family history, stolen. And a local family is hoping you can help get it back.
Joe Hammes thought he had two daughters and a wife named Lisa. Not according to his tax return with the IRS.
A father of two children has come up with a way to help dads around the country. Scotty Schrier has created a web site to help families locate men’s rooms with diaper-changing stations for dads.
Protests are mounting over a chemical used in many types of bread that’s also used to manufacture yoga mats and flip-flops.
A friend of stabbing victim Peter John said John's last day was idyllic, as they spent time together listening to music, writing a song and enjoying the birds playing in the birdbath in the front yard of John's home.
Local customers of Safeway and Albertsons want to know how the merger will affect them and their favorite stores. The KATU Problem Solvers asked the two companies for answers.
Friends of Peter C. John said he brought joy to the neighborhood and the community, with his heart, generosity and love of music.
Your tax questions: answered. Tax experts filled a phone bank at the KATU studios today to take your calls for KATU's annual Tax Help Day.
Kids are spending more time than ever before on computers, phones and keyboards, and they are losing the ability to do the cursive handwriting that children have done for generations.
Learn more about curling in the Portland area
People in the Portland area with ties to Ukraine are watching the protests closely, and are concerned about the growing violence.
A local dad said he sees a constant problem: a lack of diaper changing stations in men's rooms, making it harder for fathers to take care of their children.
If your kids are watching Olympic hockey and loving it, there is an opportunity for them to try the sport themselves for free. It's called Try Hockey For Free Day, and it's coming up on March 1st.
How do you know if your online sweetheart is real, or a catfisher? There are signs that can help you tell the difference.
A Portland-area man has earned more driver’s license suspensions than anyone else in the state: 155 current suspensions and revocations, according to the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles.