This man has realized his passion and dream of recreating a spaceship from his favorite TV show. Click the "Play Video" to watch this story.
Portland police are working hand in hand with the Snowman Foundation, which wants people to have a little more music in their lives.
Ray Langston has been running a long time and he doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon. This 80-year-old is running in the Portland Marathon. Click "Play" to watch his story.
They say a cat has nine lives. For these furry felines life hasn't been easy, but their new beginnings come in the form of a home filled with love and a helping hand from a kind stranger.
Inappropriate tattoos – whether they show gang affiliation, drug references, or something else – can be a permanent reminder of bad choices even years after someone has turned their life around.
Cannon Beach surf instructor, Julie Adams, calls Indian Beach her office. It's also her oasis.
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Kids are learning to plant, grow, and harvest their own food on an urban farm in Northeast Portland.
It’s a service we might take for granted – hundreds of miles of clean roads and freeways. It can be dangerous and time consuming, but it’s important for safety and for keeping the roads looking nice.
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Some teachers are laying it all on the line -- or at least on the table.
Female teachers from all over North Clackamas School District will participate in an arm wrestling charity event to raise money for North Clackamas Education Foundation.
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An artist named Dylan from Portland recently competed with Team USA at the World Balloon Convention and a massive a 27,000 balloon sculpture of tigers in the jungle earned a silver medal (seen in the video).
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Two classes of school kids learned a lot from Salmon class in Hockinson. Students raised the fish from eggs and just this week released them into a creek.
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A 14-year-old boy from Portland will represent the U.S. at the World Roller Skating Championships.