Click play on the video to catch KATU's Natali Marion winning $1,000 for Be the Match in a "race.
Click "play" on the video to see Lincoln Graves get a lesson in BBQing from KATU web producer and master griller Dusty Lane.
Click "play" on the video to hear from pet vet Alison Lord about the danger high grass can pose to your dog.
All of the staff here at KATU have had fun participating in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge while raising awareness for a good cause. Watch this video for all of the chilly highlights.
Over the past few weeks thousands of people have been participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge. For Fred Nelligan his experience with ALS has been learning to live with the disease over the last several years.
Matt Johnson and Mary Loos made a splash this morning after taking the Ice Bucket Challenge. ICYMI here's the video.
Click "play" on the video for a dance party sent to us by Aids Walk Portland. The walk will be held Sept. 6.
Click "play" on the video for some Hood to Coast tips.
Click "play" on the video to hear from sociologist Randy Blazak.
A British man found out the hard way that it's a lot easier to get into a baby's highchair than out of one. The guy gets stuck, hilarity ensues. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the highchair hijinks.
A 62-year-old Illinois man is well on his way to running the equivalent of 420 marathons. And he hopes to do it over the next year and a half. But he's doing it at a great disadvantage -- all for his granddaughter, who desperately needs help. Bill Hudson has his story.
Thanks to donations and a motivation to support and recognize America's heroes, a New York native is getting a lot of attention. She's attempting to sing the star spangled banner in all 50 states. On Friday, she made stop number 47 on her journey, in Louisville. Shannan Cogan has more.
A new twist in the reported theft of a Texas socialite's pricey closet. Weeks after someone broke into a multi-million dollar home and stole purses and jewelry, aperson claiming to be the thief is coming forward - and claiming the stolen stuff is worthless. Rucks Russell has the story.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- In case you missed it, here is an interview with Issac Hempstead Wright on his new role for a digital animated film, The Boxtrolls.
An Alabama girl was sent home on the first day of class because of her hair color. Then she was marked "absent" on her attendance record. Marie Waxel reports on the hair-raising debate.
A woman in Missouri used text messages to convince a thief to return her stolen van. She pleaded with the crook to have a heart. And as Heather Staggers reports, her approach worked.
Click "play" on the video for our exclusive tour of the newly rebuilt Crestline Elementary School.