NORTH BEND, Ore. (AP) — The Coast Guard says it's continuing to search for a father and his young son after a wave swept them to sea from an Oregon beach.
EUGENE — The federal government has approved Oregon’s request to continue innovating the Oregon Health Plan for the next five years, but it’s not giving any extra money to further advance the reforms, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced Friday.
DALLAS, Ore. (AP) — A grand jury has unanimously found that two Dallas, Oregon police officers were justified in the fatal shooting of a man during a DUI traffic stop in December.
PORTLAND (AP) — A Harney County judge said Friday that he will dismiss a negligent wounding charge against Larry O’Dea, who resigned as Portland’s police chief last year after shooting a friend during an off-duty camping trip.
PORTLAND — A man who died of exposure in the woods near Southwest Barbur Boulevard has been identified as Zachary A. Young, a 29-year-old from McMinnville who was likely living there before he died of hypothermia.
ASTORIA, Ore. (AP) — Oregon's Clatsop County has dropped out of a class-action lawsuit involving more than a dozen counties seeking $1.4 billion from the state over logging harvests on state-managed lands.
PORTLAND — A major snowstorm spread Wednesday through Portland and parts of Washington state — toppling trees, closing schools and cutting power to thousands in the heaviest snowfall for the city since at least 2008.
MOSIER (AP)— Union Pacific on Tuesday asked a federal judge to reject local rules that threaten to derail its plans to add a second main track along the Columbia River Gorge where a crude oil train derailed last June.
PORTLAND (AP) — A Portland woman died of hypothermia three months after being evicted from the low-income apartment where she had lived for 10 years.
SALEM — Neither snow, nor rain nor the gloom of a big budget shortfall kept lawmakers from travelling to the Oregon state Capitol to take their oath of office Monday and attend the inauguration of Gov. Kate Brown.
SCOTTSBURG — Historians with the Oregon Department of Transportation will host an open house on Wednesday, Jan. 11, to discuss historic Scottsburg and its steel bridge with the local community.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The winter storm may have its first victim. A woman in her 50s is believed to have died of exposure due to cold temperatures, according to a police statement Saturday.
PORTLAND — Federal prosecutors want a judge to order a Northern California man to remove all information from his website about confidential informants involved in the takeover of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon last winter.
NORTH POWDER — A few months ago Chelsie Thompson was in a wheelchair and waiting for her prosthetic leg to be built, but on this wintry morning three days before Christmas she wants what any 6-year-old girl wants when school’s out.
MILWAUKIE (AP) — The body of an Oregon woman who had been missing for more than a week was found in the trunk of her car, authorities said.
PORTLAND (AP) — The attorney for Ammon Bundy has pleaded not guilty to accusations stemming from a scuffle with federal marshals at the end of last fall’s ranching standoff trial.