Four of the family members and two firefighters floated to the next trailhead and hiked out. The fire crew stayed with the remaining two -- an elderly couple -- until morning.
A female bike rider died Saturday morning in Portland after being struck by a truck at Southeast 82nd Avenue and Flavel Street. Portland police officers and medical personnel responded at 8:03 a.m.
Eighty-two percent of those surveyed disagreed with the statement: "The Settlement Agreement with DOJ is a good thing that will improve the PPB in the long run.''
Linda Patricia Thompson was homeless in both Oregon and Wyoming.
Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Eric Bloch sentenced David Christopher Voss, 41, after he pleaded guilty to charges of third-degree rape, delivery of methamphetamine to a minor and felon in possession of a firearm.
Matthew Todd Love, the publisher of Nestucca Spit Press, is charged with luring a minor and official misconduct.
Details were initially unclear about exactly who tapped into the computers and which information was accessed at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
Personal threats against Oregon governors aren't new, according to past governors and their top officials. But the increasingly aggressive tone of the recent threats to Brown is being taken seriously by those charged with her safety.
"I'm a nice grandmother," she said. "But us grandmothers have several layers."
The Interstate 5 northbound ramp to OR 217 northbound closes beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday night and will stay closed through 5 a.m. Monday morning. And it's not just for this weekend.
The cool down is here. Saturday started off clear and sunny in Portland - without the marine layer clouds that were predicted. But the temperature at 7 a.m. was 61 degrees and the National Weather Service says the high for...
Rosa Parks Elementary opened in 2006 -- 21 years after the state banned the use of lead solder.
Sonny Yellott has refused calls for his resignation over the last few weeks.
Tisha Siler, CEO of Cannacea, denied writing the letter or directing anyone else to write it and said she will appeal the decision.
Nearly every mattress at the 200-bed Hansen Shelter has been claimed in the week since it opened.
The well-publicized plan for the City of Portland to move out more than 500 homeless campers along the Springwater Corridor has brought the issue into the news as dogs have been found abandoned along the trail.
Pacific Power reports electricity should be restored by 9 a.m. for almost 2,000 customers after an early morning crash knocked out a power pole.
Mayor Charlie Hales now says the City Council may need to take a look at making it permanent later this year.
Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said in a Twitter post that she had left the hospital where the injured officer had come out of surgery and that he's expected to survive.
Troopers said the man was driving a stolen car around Interstate 5 and Delaney Road Southeast around 7:15 p.m.
Schools, cities, state agencies and other public employers across Oregon will have to pony up an extra $885 million next biennium to fund the state's public pension system. That's about 10 percent higher than previously forecast and a 44 percent...
According to a 33-page trial brief, prosecutors will urge jurors to reject claims by the defendants that they carried guns at the refuge in self-defense, or that they simply were exercising their First Amendment rights to free speech and assembly, or their Second Amendment right to bear arms.
Everyone's talking about the new occupant in the White House. But what about a white house for the rest of us. In this week's real estate gallery, we look at homes on the market or recently sold that have an almost all white decor.
It appears that Edwin Lara will not be returned to Bend anytime soon to face charges in the slaying of 23-year-old Kaylee Sawyer.
The Bybee Fire has torched nearly 50 acres, a U.S. Forest Service official says.
Portlanders long honored legendary recording artists David Bowie and Prince with an annual bike ride.
Florida's governor says the state likely has the first cases of Zika transmitted by mosquitoes on the U.S. mainland.
It appears such a westside concentration would be a first for Portland, which approved at-large elections in 1913.
With clear skies Friday morning and an overnight low in the mid-60s the table is certainly set for a toasty day. Bring the shades and leave the jacket at home.
Battalion Chief Mark James Burns of Central Point will become the 169th name on the Memorial Wall during the 2016 Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial ceremony in September.