One person was found dead after officers responded to a report of shots fired in North Portland early Thursday morning, Portland Police confirmed to KOIN 6.
A man arrested for moving over two kilograms of rainbow-colored fentanyl, other narcotics and multiple guns between two Portland motels, is now facing federal charges after he was arrested on Tuesday, the U.S. District Attorney’s Office announced.
A woman attempting to fuel up her car in Hillsboro nearly three years ago was awarded $1 million by a jury this week after she alleged a gas station worker discriminated against her.
Major changes are on their way to Portland’s city council after last fall’s election.
The human body’s immunity to COVID-19 gets stronger as more time passes between vaccinations and infections, according to a new study conducted by Oregon Health & Science University researchers.
Nearly half of the libraries in Multnomah County will be closed at times throughout 2023 as the buildings undergo major construction, Director of Libraries Vailey Oehlke told patrons in an email sent Tuesday.
A massive effort is underway to try and count the number of homeless people in the Tri-County area.
Businesses are fed up with crime and vandalism in Woodstock and taking matters into their own hands.
For many years, Portland has been a hotspot for the food scene. Whether you want traditional fare, or something a little more experimental, Portland runs the gamut when it comes to restaurants.
The man accused of violently biting off an elderly man’s ear at a Gresham MAX station was permanently banned from TriMet on Wednesday, marking the second-ever lifetime ban issued.
In the week since a box truck and cargo van were stolen from the fleet of a Portland business, owner Michael Wieber said they’ve had reports one was spotted in a crime spree across the area.
Over 600 employees with the City of Portland announced Tuesday that they will go on strike.
Oregon lawmakers announced Tuesday that the U.S. Treasury is providing the state with more than $3 million in rental assistance funding.
Break-ins at the Portland Public Schools mini school bus facility have gotten worse over the last two years as thousands of dollars of fuel and school bus parts have been stolen.
A man who fled the scene in his vehicle after striking and killing a motorcyclist on Dec. 12, 2022, was arrested on Tuesday morning, after what police say was an “exhaustive” investigation.
More than 300,000 fliers were mailed out to Portlanders on Jan. 21 with a curious offer: A chance to win a tour of the city’s sewage treatment plant.
As the city gets closer to starting its third village, KOIN 6 News has learned 72 people have found housing from the Safe Rest program.
The month with the most shooting incidents was March, with 147 shootings.
Residents in a North Portland neighborhood want action from city leaders after the explosion of a camper-trailer parked on a busy street corner in the early hours of Saturday.
The Lake Oswego City Council voted Tuesday to shut down the city’s only pickleball courts while they explore a potential new location. The news comes as a blow to devoted pickleball players, but a relief to neighbors who are tired of the repetitive pop-pop sounds from the sport.
One of the biggest concerns from local leaders still is about thousands of drivers cutting thru communities to avoid paying tolls.
Portland anthophiles rejoice, you are surrounded by some of the best plant shops around. According to Yelp.com, three of the 50 best plant stores in the U.S. and Canada are here in Portland.
A pedestrian died at a hospital after being struck by a driver in Southeast Portland early Monday morning, according to Portland police.
A Multnomah County courtroom fight between the families of a murder victim and his accused killer injured 2 people in an incident now under investigation by the District Attorney’s office.
When the Blazers host the Los Angeles Lakers at the Moda Center Sunday night, Bill Schonely’s presence will be felt throughout the arena.
Exercising and losing weight are two of the most common New Year’s resolutions and the Pacific Northwest might be the perfect place to execute those goals
Candace Avalos is one of the most engaged citizen advocates in Portland, having served on the Charter Review Commission that changed city government and chaired the Citizen’s Review Committee.
Portland’s The No Hate Zone founder, Sam Sachs, describes himself as an agitator and an activist.
PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The four show dogs that were taken along with a van Saturday were found Sunday morning, officials said. According to Portland police, someone in Vancouver, Washington found the dogs inside of the van after it was found abandoned along the side of a road. The dogs, who were taking part in […]
Michael Jordan was getting ready to leave for his first day at his new job when he ran back inside his house in the Powellhurst-Gilbert neighborhood for just a minute to grab his safety vest.
The new 9-acre wooden roof at Portland International Airport, which has been under construction since last year in a remote corner of the airfield, was transported in pieces and carefully lifted into place.
Jan. 22 marks 50 years since the U.S. Supreme court recognized the constitutional right to abortion in Roe v. Wade.
A van was stolen from a Jantzen Beach hotel, and with it, four show dogs competing in the Rose City Dog Show.
Frontline healthcare workers with Providence lined outside headquarters Friday to continue their fight for safer staffing and a fair contract.
House of Pipes says the lost revenue and damages from this week’s break-in are still being totaled up, but estimates could be around $100,000 lost.
There is now a new way to track the homeless crisis in the city of Portland.
Prominent Proud Boys member Tusitala “Tiny” Toese is in court after being arrested Thursday.
A MAX train and vehicle collided in Southwest Portland on Friday morning, causing delays for multiple lines, TriMet announced.
The spotlight is getting put on some fabulous felines this weekend.
One person was detained after authorities say a man was killed in a shooting in Portland’s Montavilla neighborhood early Friday morning.
One person was shot to death in Portland’s Cully neighborhood late Thursday night, according to the Portland Police Bureau.
The Portland City Council approved the transfer of a historically significant property at the intersection of Harvey Milk and 11th Streets to the public corporation Home Forward during its Jan. 18 meeting. The conveyance of the Fairfield Apartments was authorized on the grounds that the affordable-housing provider will restore the property to meet modern living standards for the extremely low-income residents that occupy the building’s 75 permanent supportive-housing units.
Multnomah County Library has released more details on the new 95,000-square-foot East County Library, which will be the second largest library in the county after the central location in Downtown Portland.
It’s the latest chapter in a book that doesn’t seem to have a satisfying resolution, business and community leaders coming together saying they are tired of feeling unsafe in Portland.
A man who died in a car crash Sunday on Southeast Powell Boulevard was identified by Portland police on Thursday.
The parched American West has seen a drastic level of drought recovery in the recent weeks as it reels from a 20-plus year “megadrought.” Oregon state climatologist Larry O’Neill told KOIN 6 that the improving drought conditions are thanks to a recent wave of storms that have brought heavy rain and snowfall to the region.
Two stolen vehicles were found in Northeast Portland, along with guns and narcotics, Portland police said.
The Portland Housing Bureau expects to open four new affordable housing projects funded in part by Metro’s regional housing bond between 2025 and 2029.
This year’s Portland Pride Waterfront Festival and Parade is slated for Saturday, July 15 to Sunday, July 16.
FBI Portland is offering the public a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for a string of arsons that occurred at reproductive health centers in Portland, Gresham and Keizer during the spring and summer of 2022.