Timothy Walls filed a $670,000 lawsuit last week against Costco, claiming store employees wrongly held onto his shopping cart -- full of his newly purchased items -- when he refused to show his receipt, then he broke his leg in a scuffle with them.
The storm could dump 2 inches or more in the coastal and Cascade mountains and an inch or more in the Willamette Valley -- and that could create tie-ups on area freeways.
Beaverton Police recently installed a banner honoring officer John O'Keeffe.
Robert Benjamin Fear, 31, has been charged with unlawful use of a weapon, recklessly endangering another and possession of methamphetamine. He was arraigned Monday in Clackamas County Circuit Court and was released without being required to post bail.
According to court records, the demand note said, "Bank robber Don't give me any (expletive) money now 60 sec I shoot everyone up thank you,'' and it was signed with a smiley face and "White Rabbit P.E.
At the Portland VA's second town hall since the arrival of director Joanne Krumberger, some veterans said the system still isn't working for them.
The gunman was wearing a UPS uniform when he opened fire Tuesday morning, Birmingham, Ala., police say.
Colette Peters, who has headed the Oregon Department of Corrections for two years, was recently appointed to the National Institute of Corrections Advisory Board by Attorney General Eric Holder.
Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Portland are calling for the usual places to get the wettest, with up anywhere from 2 to 3 inches by the end of the day Friday in the coastal mountains of central to north Oregon coast.
Birmingham police say a worker at one of the company's Alabama warehouses killed two people before shooting himself to death.
Washougal Police say they arrested Robert Warren Carlson, 66, of Portland, Sunday about 8:07 a.m. after he allegedly was spotted passing several vehicles while eastbound along the highway at at high rate of speed.
"So all that I ask is do your best to make this look as attractive to Reser as possible and everybody wins here."
Forest Grove City Manager Michael Sykes will temporarily turn over duties for handling the city-owned Times Litho site's redevelopment, as he awaits opinion from Oregon Ethics Commission.
Some candidates vying for seats on the Lake Oswego Council have taken stands on the proposed Wizer Block development.
The indictments charge Angela Greene-Killam, 36, with multiple counts of first-degree theft by deception, unlawful obtaining of public assistance, and unlawfully obtaining food stamp benefits.
The ad campaign is a likely sign that Measure 92 will live up to predictions of being one of the state's costliest ballot measures.
Jonathan R. Hill, 37, of Hillsboro, was reported missing on Sept. 21 after going bow hunting the day before and not returning home.
Solo is charged with two misdemeanor counts of fourth-degree domestic violence assault in Washington state stemming from a June 21 altercation with her sister-in-law and 17-year-old nephew at a family gathering
Sulaiman Abu Ghaith was the highest-ranking al-Qaida figure to face trial on U.S. soil since the attacks. The Kuwaiti cleric became the voice of al-Qaida recruitment videotapes after the 2001 attacks.
A group of Oregon business and labor groups has formed the "Unite for the Knight" coalition to support the Oregon Health & Science University Knight Cancer Challenge.
Novick thinks a financial commitment from the general fund would alleviate concerns that the City Council isn't willing to spend discretionary money on road maintenance.
Colorado law enforcement indicted 17 people and seized 55 pounds of methamphetamine in a drug ring that authorities say involved selling drugs from a food truck.
Grim economic news from Europe and airstrikes in Syria rattled global stocks Tuesday.
Rick Steves, who built a travel empire out of his guidebooks and TV and radio shows, will promote the marijuana legalization initiative in nine Oregon cities next month.
Michael Backes, 59, of Los Angeles, will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Clinton Theater as part of a series of science lectures produced by Via Productions. Backes' new book is called "Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana."
Music history meets social justice Saturday when troubadour Lukas Borsten leads a tour of downtown locales significant to Portland's melodic past.
We asked readers how they would spend the money, if it were up to them. Here’s a sampling of their ideas, from reopening closed schools to funding raises for top district executives.
Two Portland police officers completed a pizza delivery Sept. 1 after a Pizza Hut driver was injured in a crash. The driver has since recovered.
Many of Oregon's biggest brands and biggest companies signed on to a declaration Tuesday calling for robust action to combat climate change caused by air pollution. Intel, Nike, Adidas, the Portland Timbers and Portland Trail Blazers joined roughly 200 smaller...
Portland was one of 10 global cities recognized by the 2014 City Climate Leadership Awards.