Many Americans, even some in supposedly "unchurched" Portland, turn to religious leaders for guidance on moral questions. Without a firm grounding in science, those leaders can not only appear out of touch, but also be less well equipped to advise members of their congregations when it comes to tough ethical questions.
Cameraman Ashoka Mukpo was released from Nebraska Medical Center and will continue his recovery for a few days.
The Conference Board index of leading indicators climbed after stalling in August.
Closing arguments are expected to begin Thursday. Khoshnaw is charged in the 2011 shooting death of Luis Manuel Guzman, 28.
The county is trying to prevent spread of the disease, which starts like a cold before developing into a harsh cough.
TriMet's long, ugly labor nightmare appears closer to being settled -- at least until for a couple years.
Seattle officials recently fired off hundreds of letters to unlicensed marijuana businesses, warning them to get licensed or face "enforcement action."
The appeals court throws out the fourth-degree assault conviction of 49-year-old Derrick James Lewis of Southeast Portland, who ripped out clumps of his wife's hair. The appeals court ruled that isn’t necessarily assault, which requires proof of “physical impairment” or “substantial pain.”
The new list corrects the list that accompanied NHTSA's Oct. 20 advisory, which incorrectly included certain vehicles.
Fuel from a jackknifed truck has spilled onto Interstate 84. Traffic is being redirected at Fairview.
Susan Bibeau says she saw her son last week for the first time in five years and has "very little insight to offer."
The quarterly data from RealtyTrac, a real estate data firm, shows the Portland area is faring better than many other parts of the state.
Oregon's rules for helicopters spraying weed killers do more for fish than people. Streams with fish get a 60-foot buffer from aerial sprays. Residential properties get none.
Mustangs to the Rescue, a nonprofit in Sisters, is tending to the 2 females and 1 male that had been wandering for some time.
Guild Mortgage Co. of San Diego said Thursday it had bought Northwest Mortgage, and with it a strong foothold in the Portland market.
The city will file its notice of appeal by next Tuesday, said deputy city attorney Ellen Osoinach.
The state says the Portland firm and owner Remzi Bajrami offered investment advice online and via Twitter without a license.
Baristas in one Oregon metro area earn more on average than all but two other U.S. cities.
Damascus secessionists suggesting considering attempting to recall city councilors who oppose letting them leave the city.
Among the new rules coming in January: Portland property owners will have to get a permit before removing a tree 12 inches in diameter or greater.
Richardson calls for an independent investigation, alleging that Kitzhaber schemed 'to defraud Oregonians of their right to honest services.'
Still, applications have fallen 19 percent in the past year.
The delegation has asked for the rescue helicopter to stay in place at least through crabbing season.
The man is accused of coming out of some bushes and knocking a woman to the ground. She got away after gouging him in the eyes.
Late Saturday afternoon a storm off the California coast and an associated cold front is expected to move through producing potentially strong winds at the Oregon coast and inland, along with more rain.
Brant Helms, athletic equipment manager for the Trail Blazers, leads a tour of the Blazers practice facility in Tualatin
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strengthened its guidelines this week for hospital workers treating Ebola patients. Legacy Health of Portland is preparing their caregivers using guidelines that exceed those of the CDC.
Predictions are hard because, let's face it, the future hasn't happened yet. And Internet predictions are harder than most, since the World Wide Web has been around only since the 1990s.
The weather service says a lull late Thursday will be followed by another wet and windy front moves in Friday and sticks around through the weekend.
We start of the wet morning with a fuel spill in Fairview and more rain in the forecast.