Police are searching for a suspected shooter after a man was killed Thursday night at an industrial park near Sea-Tac Airport.
Shiloh Mitchell was driving to work Wednesday morning when he drove by a truck crashed on the side of Highway 30 near Troutdale.
Ryan Wood transformed himself from a difficult background of family discord and living on the streets to become a soon-to-be-grad of LCC and plans for a future business.
After 28 years in law enforcement, Eugene Police Officer Jim McBride is retiring. He had one last request: to marshal a commercial airplane at the Eugene Airport.
Mother and daughter Hannah and Eliza Gorman, both slaves, immigrated from Missouri to Oregon over the Oregon Trail in 1844. The house they built still stands today in Corvallis.
Police officers responded to an apartment complex Thursday after a man reportedly pistol whipped his girlfriend during an argument.
Police said Patrick Miller, 49, was huffing nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, when he hit 47-year-old Margot Davis, on Southeast Division Street at 68th Avenue just after noon Wednesday.
Multnomah County Animal Service officials provided shelter for two chickens who appeared to have been dyed pink.
Portland Police say a 49-year-old man was huffing nitrous oxide, or laughing gas, when he crashed into a pedestrian along SE Division Street Wednesday.
City and police officials say they'll review their response to a semi-truck crash that ended up shutting down the southbound lanes of SR-99 just south of the Viaduct for nine hours Tuesday evening, leading to epic gridlock across the city.
Seven men were arrested Wednesday night for patronizing prostitutes during an operation trying to combat human trafficking in Kitsap County.
A driver who tried to make a U-turn on Interstate 5 triggered a five-vehicle crash early Thursday near Boeing Field that blocked several lanes, the Washington State Patrol reports.
A drunk driver speeding the wrong way down West 11th Avenue crashed when he tried to turn into the Walmart parking lot, Eugene Police said.
The local council discussed this last month, saying that they can no longer offer summer programs if they don't reach the goal.
At this point, the Skinner note is still just an idea that's rapidly coming to life with the help of local author, creator, and currency collector Bruce Holland Rogers.