A 14-year-old boy from Portland will represent the U.S. at the World Roller Skating Championships.
Pingpong is not just something you do in the rec room anymore – not in Portland anyway. Here's a look at the pinging and the ponging at Pure Pong in the Pearl.
A photographer made it his mission to preserve the memories of our fallen soldiers.
The "Little Free Library" project is bringing people together in Yamhill County.
Moonstruck Chocolate's Master Chocolatier Julien Rose makes Willy Wonka look like a muddling amateur.
He's one of Portland's "Reel People" – a colorful character who's truly keeping it weird. If you've ever seen Scott Campbell, aka, "Extremo the Clown's" van you can't forget it.
Shane Harris has been slacklining and rock climbing for about 8 years. He's going to school for a degree in biology and works at the Circuit Gym. He is designing a slacklining clinic he hopes to have up and going by this fall.
A father and son share a tradition that's been a special part of Portland's public education for almost 50 years. Instead of a full week, most sixth graders only get to go for three days and two nights. A bill introduced in the state Legislature would fund a full week of outdoor school for all Oregon sixth graders.
Phil Bondy started playing drums on the streets of Portland as a way to pay the rent. But his street skills captured enough attention, that he landed drumming gigs around the world. KATU photojournalist Chelsea Sherier introduces you to man making a career out of playing the drums – on buckets. Click the "Play Video" button above to watch this story.