The 2015 Annual Surplus Sale begins tomorrow at the Moshofsky Center next to Autzen Stadium. However, this year there are some changes for deciding who gets first pick of the items for sale.
Members of the University of Oregon’s 2015 Peace Jam Conference for high school students rolled up their sleeves to plant 400 native trees and shrubs along the By-Gully Bike Path.
Family of a Portland boy, who nearly died last year after a traumatic fall at Silver Falls State Park in Marion County, wants a court to hold the state responsible for what happened. The state has now filed a counter-suit calling the boy’s parents “negligent.”
A man who found a parakeet in the drive-thru of a Taco Bell wants to return it to its rightful owner.
About 300 households, a few businesses and several apartment complexes and condominiums in Tigard are being advised to boil their drinking water.
Portland city leaders have proposed a 120-day pilot program that would pave the way for app-based transportation companies like Uber and Lyft.
The unidentified man, who police say is approximately 30 years old, was transported by paramedics to Sacred Heart Hospital River Bend where he is being treated for head trauma.
The group, 15 Now Oregon, revealed plans Friday for a statewide campaign next year. It proposes gradually raising the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2019.
The wreckage of a fishing boat that appears to be debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami was carrying some unexpected passengers - fish from Japanese waters - when it was spotted off the Oregon coast.
Seeking to turn the page on the influence-peddling controversy that toppled her predecessor, Gov. Kate Brown said Friday that Oregon is "through the hardest part of that transition."
The 2015 Eurasian Conference is a chance for hundreds of sophomore students to tackle global issues by representing different countries around the world in a mock United Nations summit.
Residents are only allowed to turn on their faucets for indoor use.
Authorities say they ultimately were unable to find Joshua Horn in Willow Creek.
Nearly 200 people in Coos County are taking a petition door-to-door, showing support for 2nd Amendment rights.
An Oregon Department of Corrections inmate walked away Tuesday morning from a Mill Creek Correctional Facility work crew near Philomath, says the Dept. of Corrections.