For the first time every, one of the country's most popular game shows is here in the Rose City. KATU Reporter Emily Sinovic shows us the excited at the Oregon Convention Center.
A once beautiful Japanese garden that has been in decline for decades is getting a huge makeover thanks to the hard work of folks who believe the treasure needs to be restored for the community.
A woman who fought cancer as a child is now helping the organization that gave her hope during her toughest days.
It's hard to say who's the hero here: Leslie Roach, who rescues these horses, the horses themselves or the young ladies who've learned to care and love the animals.
According to the Portland Bureau of Human Resources 2011 report, citywide sick leave usage fell dramatically the last two years to 7.9 days per employee, down from 9.48 days per employee in 2009.
Erin Reynolds was murdered by Conrad Engweiler. He had raped and strangled Erin. Now, he may get out of prison 18 years earlier than expected because of a legal glitch.
With college tuition and fees rising faster than the average middle class income - sending kids to school is getting harder and harder. That's why Leah Cronn is so amazing.
Gold shovels were used to dig up some of the earth at Northwest 10th and Overton on Tuesday for the official groundbreaking of Portland's newest public park.
MAX train operator Patrick O'Dell says he keeps busy looking out for jay-walkers, drivers making illegal left-hand turns other hazards. He does not keep tabs on what is going on inside the passenger compartment – unless someone on the train tells him something is going on.
It's hard to find a boss who's incredibly well-liked by his employees, but we found him. Our Everyday Hero this week not only loves his job, he's using it and the struggles he's had to overcome, to give students a chance to succeed.
We heard from a lot of you about a KATU On Your Side Investigation into Oregon's Sex Offender Registry. Some people want more information about Oregon's sex offenders made public; others believe too much is already available.
You trust your doctor to give you the latest unbiased care but drug companies are giving payments, travel and other perks to local doctors, including dozens at the only medical school in Oregon.
Pussycats is one of Portland's full-nude "lingerie modeling" shops, which critics say are unregulated outfits that sometimes sell sex.
A new social networking site is helping neighbors connect and share information.