Oregon State Police are warning about hazardous devices washing up on the Oregon coast. They’re saying these “marine markers” can even spontaneously ignite.
Joseph Stone was killed Friday morning as he tried to cross the intersection of SE Division and 156th in the crosswalk. His family is pushing for changes, and the city is listening.
Investigators in the death of this 71-year-old Cedar Mill woman “have discovered evidence that leads them to accuse” her 17-year-old great grandson and his 19-year-old friend in her death.
Just a year after crews finished replacing the deck of the Morrison Bridge, the new surface is already crumbling. And now the county is suing.
While the controversy over moving the Right 2 Dream Too camp to a spot in the Pearl District continues, the last time Portland wrestled with a similar problem Dignity Village was created.
One person was shot to death in an incident that prompted the lockdown of two schools in the North Portland area.
When the team hits the 100-point mark in its home games this season, Blazers fans will get a voucher for a free Sausage McMuffin.
At least eight cars in a Clark County neighborhood had their tires slashed over the weekend, causing both an inconvenience and an economic hardship to those affected.
An old water main ruptured in Vancouver Sunday night, damaging a street and spewing 200,000 gallons of water. But no homes were damaged.
It’s back to school but not back to normal for the 42 students at the Eola Hills Charter School after their school building burned to the ground last week.