CAVE JUNCTION (AP) — A Portland family spent the night in their snowbound car in southern Oregon after following their GPS’s directions.
WARRENTON (AP) — The Coast Guard is seeking the public’s help to find someone who has made repeated false calls for help from near the mouth of the Columbia River.
PORTLAND — A wintry mix of snow, ice and rain showered fear and excitement Thursday in Portland — a city that typically lives under a cloud of mist and drizzle — and other parts of Oregon.
EUGENE — Jamie Heizelman wishes she would have known that her 15-year-old grandson, Brandon Kimble, was so distraught, but no one came forward. By the time she learned that the boy she called “Honeybear” was feeling suicidal, he was already gone.
EUGENE (AP) — A Eugene woman has pleaded guilty to embezzling over $200,000 from a nonprofit that promotes career and technical education programs for Oregon high school and community college students.
PORTLAND — State health and education officials in Oregon have launched an online database that allows parents to find out how much lead is in the water in their children’s school.
PORTLAND — Amid a housing shortfall that political leaders say is a priority to address, Oregon’s lead state agency on affordable housing is falling short on its responsibility to help guide policymaking to reduce homelessness and keep residents in homes.
PORTLAND (AP) — One of seven Oregon refuge standoff defendants awaiting trial is asking the court to dismiss his indictment, arguing that statements by federal officials expressing disappointment after the acquittal of Ammon Bundy will taint his right to a fair trial.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The former stepmother of missing Oregon boy Kyron Horman was charged with theft after police in California found her with a gun that belonged to a roommate.
SALEM — Stressing that she was loathe to make cuts, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown presented her budget proposal Thursday aimed at addressing a whopping $1.7 billion shortfall while maintaining funding for critical areas, including education and health care.
SALEM (AP) — Oregon’s strict rules around pesticide testing are hurting the state’s fledgling recreational marijuana industry and could mean a $10 million drop in tax revenue from sales in the fourth quarter — or at least that’s the argument in a report released this week by those in the business.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A judge has refused to release a 20-year-old man who prosecutors say used a baseball bat to smash cars and public property during a protest against President-elect Donald Trump.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Hardy Myers, a lawyer who became a politician in the Oregon Legislature in his 30s and rose to the position of House speaker, and then was elected state attorney general three times, has died at age 77.
PORTLAND (AP) — Portland’s mayor says he has asked for an investigation into police use of force against protesters during a Nov. 21 demonstration against President-elect Donald Trump.
SALEM (AP) — The Oregon Department of Human Services has agreed not to house foster children in hotels or its offices unless it is an emergency, according to a settlement of a lawsuit announced on Tuesday.
MILWAUKIE, Ore. (AP) — Police say a woman was fatally shot south of Portland by a man who then fired at his ex-wife before fleeing and crashing his vehicle on Interstate 5 in Washington.
PORTLAND (AP) — Weather forecasters say the Portland metro area will be drenched with rain thanks to a winter storm moving over the Cascade Range.