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.
The battle over the stolen muscle car takes a new turn. Deputies seized the car, but the 1970 'Cuda is now just a skeleton.
Multnomah County deputies have now seized the classic 'Cuda that turned up 13 years after it was reported stolen
A 9-year-old Medford boy looking to build his bravery on a high-speed, turbulent thrill ride, instead had his courage tested by a trip to the emergency room last summer, when a piece of metal flew off the apparatus, hitting him in the face.
Investigators are looking into a possible data breach at Goodwill stores. What does that mean for you if you have shopped at Goodwill in the Portland-metro area?
Thunderstorms this week could increase air pollution in Oregon, if lightning strikes start fires. But there are ways you can keep watch over air quality.
If your car is stolen and police find it, you get it back, right? A Portland man said that is not what is happening in his case.
Think your child will wake up if there's a fire in the middle of the night and the smoke alarm goes off? Don't count on it.
Thieves are stealing profile pictures and using them to make a profit.
Oregon's pool season is short, and when the weather's hot, you want to jump in. But before you leap, look.
The KATU Problem Solvers look at how Portland monitors propane tanks at food carts after a food truck explosion in Philadelphia.
Thieves have found a way to sell certain kinds of cards online and drain the balance after you buy them.
A commercial tree removal project damages multiple yards and sends a man to the hospital.
A Vancouver-area family says a tree removal project went terribly wrong.