A 61-year-old man was life-flighted to a local hospital after an ATV accident Wednesday morning, according to Cowlitz 2 Fire and Rescue.
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.
The Benson Polytechnic High School Girls Bowling Team is heading to the state championship. It’s the first time the team has made it there in the school’s history.
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.
Another round of arctic air is on its way to the Portland metro area this weekend. The chance of snow in places like downtown become increasingly more likely as lingering rain showers coincide with freezing temperatures.
A 45-year-old man was arrested in Eugene for suspected internet child sex crimes.
ALA reports that the Beaver State allocated $53,108,908 in state funding for tobacco control for fiscal year 2023.
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.
Three hours east of Portland, in a town of 450 people, the local high school doubles as an amateur archaeological dig. Some 33 million years ago, the land was a sprawling forest of ancient deciduous redwoods, sycamore trees, maples, oaks, alders and elms.
A high-profile murder defendant from the 90s is getting a second chance.
Literary Arts, a Portland-based nonprofit that helps build community around books and storytelling, announced the finalists for the 2023 Oregon Book Awards on Tuesday.
Oregon lawmakers announced Tuesday that the U.S. Treasury is providing the state with more than $3 million in rental assistance funding.
Dramatic testimony unfolded in a Vancouver courtroom Tuesday when a woman who survived an attack decades ago took the stand against Warren Forrest, now on trial for the 1974 murder of Martha Morrison.
When it comes to attending high school in Oregon, some schools are better than others, according to rankings released by Niche.
Former Beaverton Mayor Dennis “Denny” Doyle was sentenced to six months in federal prison and five years of probation on Jan. 24 for illegally possessing child pornography.
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.
Following two more investigations into the Portland Thorns’ alleged misconduct, the National Women’s Soccer League announced on Tuesday that two staffers were fired and the team’s physician will be under heightened oversight.
Five Oregon pizza restaurants made Yelps’ list of the Top Pizza Spots in the U.S.
The month with the most shooting incidents was March, with 147 shootings.
The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration has issued an air stagnation advisory for a large swath of Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington, including the entire Willamette Valley, as air quality is forecast to worsen throughout the week as a result of the region’s lifeless winds.
U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, D-Ore., said Monday that she’s making progress but still recovering at home after she and her husband were struck by a driver in Portland on Friday, Jan. 13.
Oregonians might soon have the option to sport a license plate that helps support the state’s native pollinators.
A sinkhole 20 feet wide and 15 feet deep has formed at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area in the northwest corner of the park’s sand dune.
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.
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.
Former University of Oregon running back LaMichael James has had an eventful last week and a half.
James Mattson, who pled guilty to 137 counts of voyeurism, was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday.
Stacker compiled a list of the highest rated bars in Portland, Oregon from Tripadvisor.
The Hillsboro Hops will make history when they take the field in 2023, thanks to a new member of their coaching staff.
ONA reports that 27.1% of active nurses resigned from their jobs in 2022.
Stacker compiled a list of the highest rated restaurants for special occasions in Portland, Oregon from Tripadvisor.
A Corvallis woman is facing multiple charges after authorities said methamphetamine was discovered during a traffic stop Wednesday morning.
A man threatened to retrieve a gun and kill two people in a Vancouver neighborhood Thursday morning, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
An attempted sexual assault took place at Pat Pfeifer Park in Gresham Thursday afternoon, according to police.
Oregon Senator Ron Wyden joined KOIN 6 News in the studio on Thursday to talk about the nation’s debt ceiling and the state’s mental health issues.
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.
The Center for Biological Diversity submitted a petition to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Thursday asking federal officials to reintroduce sea otters to a large stretch of the West Coast.
U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced Thursday that the federal government has allocated additional funding to expand efforts to reduce wildfire risk in western states. Oregon and Washington will both receive support.
Nora has recently been providing beta testing for Burr on Furr — a prototype tech innovation to give conservation scientists a better way to track wild bears in the Arctic.
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.
A footbridge replacement at Smith Rock State Park might be impacting your summer vacation plans.
Six female city employees filed complaints against former Portland mayor Sam Adams while he worked under Mayor Ted Wheeler, according to a statement from Wheeler’s office.
The Milwaukie Police Department is investigating a string of restaurant burglaries that happened on Monday.
Homicide detectives are investigating after a man died from a gunshot wound injury Monday afternoon, the Portland Police Bureau said.
Children 13 years old and younger are dying of fentanyl poisoning at a rate faster than other age groups, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data shared by the nonprofit Families against Fentanyl.