Thousands of Rohingya Muslims and impoverished Bangladeshis are fleeing their homelands in Myanmar and Bangladesh, creating a new refugee crisis in Southeast Asia.
Casey Parks of The Oregonian/OregonLive was at the scene of the shooting soon after it happened. Here is a collection of her posts to Twitter from the scene.
Mark Angeles, a 22-year-old Southeast Portland resident and 2015 Reed College graduate, died in a collision with a tow truck while cycling on Gladstone Street in Southeast Portland on Wednesday.
A lot has changed since the school first held classes in 1915.
Jed Hawk Myers, 34, of McMinnville was pronounced dead in the early morning hours at the Yamhill County Correctional Facility when paramedics arrived. He was taken into custody May 24 in connection with parole and probation violations, according to the sheriff's office.
"He must defend himself from the very government he served and has sought to protect," Rep. Knute Buehler, R-Bend, said in a floor speech Thursday. "Michael Rodgers not an Oregon criminal -- Michael Rodgers is an Oregon hero."
Khalid Ibrahim, who was born in Mogadishu, immigrated to Portland in 2006 with his family. A graduate of Wilson High School, he obtained a bachelor's degree in criminology, with a minor in psychology, from Portland State University.
Just as he was overshadowed after the 2001 terrorist attacks by Mayor Rudy Giuliani in New York City and President George W. Bush, Pataki opened his 2016 campaign in the shadow of better known rivals.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young on Thursday ended Lohan's probation in a reckless driving case, closing the last of a series of L.A. criminal cases that have dogged the actress for years.
U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell revealed plans Thursday to preserve habitat in 10 Western states, including Oregon and Washington, for the greater sage grouse.
A man darted into traffic on Southwest Macadam Avenue after stabbing himself in the neck Thursday.
The governor's proposals, which breezed through a series of key legislative votes Thursday, may not be the final word on ethics reform this session.
A.D. Bailey III was arrested at his parents' home in Vancouver in the death of 25-year-old John C. Lowery Jr., Gresham police say.
Kyron Horman disappeared Friday, June 4, from Skyline School. Authorities have led a search since he was reported missing by his stepmother. Here is a recap of significant events since then.
About 10 a.m. Wednesday a handwritten note was discovered in a school bathroom, police said. Principal Aaron Hansen reported the find to School Resource Officer Ryan Castro, and the campus was cleared.
A recall campaign against House Majority Leader Val Hoyle, D-Eugene, is violating petitioning laws, an election-law complaint charged Thursday.
introduce youngsters their families to fishing.
Zurich-based FIFA lists five marketing partners for the 2018 World Cup in Russia: Adidas, Coca-Cola, Visa, OAO Gazprom, Hyundai Motor Co. and its Kia Motors Corp. affiliate
U.S. Coast Guard and state officials said samples of tar and water would be analyzed to identify where it originated, but it could take days to get the results.
Panelists on a gentrification forum Wednesday said Portland can succeed where other cities have failed. It's not too late to preserve a diverse community here.
Marion County detectives arrested Joshua Jillie Thursday on rape charges.
Edwin B. Mays III died of a meth overdose in the Deschutes County Adult Jail. His father filed a federal wrongful death lawsuit that accuses jailers of neglecting to seek treatment before he died.
Multiple shots were fired, Portland police say, and the condition of the three hit remains unknown.
We're tracking proposed and in-the-works development across the metro area. Check back every week for the latest.
Edward Olender, president of Cale America, and Ryan Bonardi, the company's director of sales, were placed on administrative leave.
The online photo service announced Thursday is the latest example of Google's desire to wrap its tentacles around virtually every part of people's lives.
Westbound traffic on Interstate 84 is stuck behind a crash blocking the left lane at Cesar E. Chavez Blvd. overpass.
Hyon Fielding is suing her sister-in-law, after she claims that her sister-in-law's dog pulled her to the ground and dragged her a short distance -- breaking her leg and requiring hip-replacement surgery.
The Oregon House on Thursday unanimously approved Gov. Kate Brown's bid to overhaul the state panel that probes ethics complaints -- making it the second of Brown's three ethics proposals to pass a legislative floor vote.
Any information about Kyron Horman's disappearance should be directed to the sheriff's office tip line at 503-261-2847.