The man was pronounced dead at the scene after firefighters pulled him from the house, which is on West 30th Street, according to a Vancouver Fire Department spokesman.
The clock is ticking on making the Portland to Phoenix trip to see the Ducks play North Carolina on Saturday and see the National Championship Game on Monday
A federal judge in Oregon says that beginning next year, the government must spill more water from dams on the lower Columbia and Snake rivers to improve the chances that protected salmon will survive.
Lyerla, 24, remains held in the Washington County Jail Tuesday on an additional accusation he violated his probation from an earlier drug conviction. Lyerla was sentenced on March 14 in Washington County Circuit Court to a year and a half of probation after a judge found him guilty in February of possessing heroin.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler condemned the arrest of a Southeast Portland immigrant by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials Sunday and questioned the ability of U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to withhold funds from the city following a threat to that effect by Sessions Monday.
Lincoln High's student-run nonprofit Mission: Citizen has come a long way from the idea in 2009 that Constitution-savvy teens could apply their knowledge to teaching citizenship classes.
Portland Officer Andrew Hearst never saw Hayes with a gun was said he was convinced Hayes had one. He fired three shots from his rifle at Hayes when he saw him reach towards his waistband, Hearst testified before a Multnomah County grand jury.
Portland school board candidate Trisha Parks, the teacher's union pick to succeed Tom Koehler, has dropped out of the race, according to a post on her Facebook page.
The Portland police officer who fatally shot a 17-year-old boy during a armed carjacking investigation testified that he warned the teen to keep his hands away from his waist before he opened fire, records show.
Timophey Kojin, 20, of Woodburn died after a crash near Woodburn on March 25. Clackamas County deputies are investigating the cause, but suspect alcohol and speeding played factors.
A Mexican man who was arrested despite his participation in a program designed to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally as children can be released from custody pending his deportation proceedings, an immigration judge ruled Tuesday.
The lawsuit was filed in 2015 in U.S. District Court and named Dr. Robert W. Snider along and other members of the Coffee Creek staff, including the medical director and chief medical officer.
Oregon Treasurer Tobias Read said Tuesday he now supports a plan to keep the Elliott State Forest in public hands.
The metro saw prices climb 0.1 percent during the usually seasonally slow month, reaching a level 9.7 percent higher than a year earlier.
The floating portion of the Eastbank Esplanade between the Steel Bridge (to the north) and past the Burnside Bridge (to the south) remains closed due to high river levels.
After 20 months of construction, bad weather, neighbor complaints and $33.5 million, the entrance of the hilltop Portland Japanese Garden in Washington Park has changed, while the half-century-old main garden remains the same.
SALEM -- Oregon Republican Party officials issued a pair of incendiary statements Tuesday in which they linked Portland-area rapes and murder to undocumented immigrants, though did not say which crimes specifically they were referring to.
A long-time top aide to Portland Commissioner Nick Fish is retiring after an activist publicized controversial Facebook posts the aide had written on Facebook since October.
The Marion County Sheriff's Office has asked the public's help in finding a pickup truck and driver involved in a smash-and-grab theft north of Salem.
SALEM -- Impact Oregon, a nonprofit controlled by Senate Republican leaders, surged into action this month to oppose increasing Oregon's tobacco age.
Winning numbers for the March 28 Mega Millions and Lucky Lines jackpots have been drawn.
Oregon lawmakers are considering an innovative approach to addressing the nation's $1.2 trillion student debt crisis.
Rachel Townsend of Hillsboro is suing the organizers of an Easter egg hunt in Clackamas, claiming the organizers failed to contain an aggressive crowd.
West Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center didn't fully investigate the allegations that former certified nursing assistant Adeladilew Mekonen had raped an elderly patient and sexually touched others, according to an amended complaint filed Tuesday in Multnomah County Circuit Court.
The VA's caregiver program in Portland is an outlier. VA officials here are more likely to kick veterans out than elsewhere.
Those mild temps will stick around through tonight and push snow well above Cascade passes by Wednesday morning making for easier driving conditions. That is if you don't mind driving in the rain.
Winning numbers for the March 27 Megabucks, Lucky Lines and Win for Life jackpots have been drawn.
Sgt. Gregg Lewis was placed on paid administrative leave on Feb. 13, and internal affairs is questioning officers who work on afternoon shift at Central Precinct about the remark made at roll call.
Immigration agents targeted Francisco J. Rodriguez Dominguez because he pleaded guilty in December to driving under the influence of intoxicants, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman said in a written statement.
Daniel Ramirez Medina has no criminal record and twice passed background checks to participate in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which allows people brought to the U.S. illegally as children to stay in the country and work.