Winning numbers for the Aug. 26 Mega Millions and Lucky Lines jackpots have been drawn.
Another Oregon beer, Far West Blaming, by Logsdon Farmhouse Ales also won high praise from taste testers at the New York Times.
Ed Wallace is suing Washman Car Washes for the return of $4,000 that a 16-year-old employee stole from his Cadillac while the teenager was detailing the car.
The U.S. Department of Education issued a devastating blow Thursday to a for-profit college that has more than 500 students in Oregon.
The New York Times took a hard look Friday at a phenomenon rocking college campuses: out-of-state students flooding campuses.
Few people are satisfied with the evolving plans as Portland gets closer to the Sept. 1 deadline for enforcing the city's outdoor camping ban along the city's 14-mile stretch of the trail.
Drugs and vice officers have "identified multiple layers of the distribution network" and expect to make more arrests, police said. They believe the fake pills were from China.
The fire has chased hundreds of people from their homes in Siskiyou County.
The state levied a $10,000 fine against Michael Applebee and a $43,552 fine against his company, Applebee Aviation.
By day's end Tuesday, the system was deemed secure and online sales of Oregon hunting and fishing licenses resumed.
Police said homicide detectives are investigating the stabbing because of the nature of the man's injuries.
Drew Christopher Stokes, 22, is facing felony assaulting a police officer and escape charges, according to court records.
A15-year-old accused of breaking into cars hit a Portland police officer in the face with a car door before he was shot with a stun gun and arrested on Thursday night, Portland Police said.
Portland Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief Greg Espinoza said the fire originated in an alley and spread to an empty warehouse in the 1300 block of Southeast Grand Avenue.
Portland also has reason to be diligent despite its apparent early success.
A 9mm bullet, for example, travels nearly 1,300 feet per second. That's the length of more that than four football fields. And then that metal projectile slams into a body at nearly 900 mph.
John Grant Coffey, who had a blood-alcohol level of 0.26 percent when he fatally shot Samantha Coffey, pleaded guilty to manslaughter last month.
A 57-year-old man died after his motorcycle crashed into a dump truck on a highway near Molalla on Wednesday night,
Police said Robert William Leary, 37, was driving north on North Interstate Avenue when he hit a woman walking toward traffic in the bike lane.
Todd Petrie Jr, 17, of Portland is accused of attempted murder in the shooting of 18-year-old Frank Nifon outside New Hope Church on Aug. 17. Nifon survived the shooting.
Police don't know where the shooting happened or how the teen was injured, but they found him at Glenhaven Park suffering from a gunshot wound,
U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown cited case law that limits the subpoena of "heads of government agencies'' to be compelled to testify in court only in "extraordinary circumstances.''
A driver hit a man lying in the middle of a Vancouver road early Friday morning. It is unclear whether the man was dead before the car hit him.
Deputies are searching for 26-year-old Devin Paez, who wandered away from his group at Wahkeena Falls on Thursday night.
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Lents' example -- with neighbors struggling to reconcile empathy with fallout from unregulated camping -- could play out across Portland.
Jeremy Patrick Kidwell, 46, was arraigned Thursday on three felony charges.
It was unclear whether he pointed the gun at officers.
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Portland Puiblic School leaders say it's safe to eat produce watered with lead-tainted water. But not if the water to wash it is also tainted with lead. So food from school gardens still won't be eaten at Portland schools.