Christopher Both suffered burns to his chin, neck and chest, his lawsuit states.
Gay rights, faith and social justice leaders want county leaders to publicly repudiate the letter and affirm that the sheriff's department will provide equal protection to all.
Precious Wagoner's lawsuit claims that male police officers referred to her as a male and searched her by lifting up her shirt and pulling down her pants.
According to a release from the department, the man refused officers’ to let go of the gun. Officers then opened fire, killing the man at the scene.
Hank Cap served two stints with the federal government -- first in the Navy, then as a U.S. Census Bureau worker. Now he accuses the IRS of wrongly failing to pay him his 2010 tax refund.
The president took "action fully within my legal authority, the same kind of action taken by Democrats and Republican presidents before me," to pardon the National Thanksgiving Turkey, a 49-pound bird named Cheese.
The society, along with Portland emergency responders, started getting reports of birds falling, seizing and flopping on the ground around 8 a.m.
Ambre's board has approved the $18 million deal to Resource Capital Funds, most of which will pay off debt.
Two people were injured in separate attacks near the Marion County Fairgrounds.
Anyone with information about the incidents is urged to contact the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office tip line at 503-723-4949
Residents of the central Oregon Coast continue to gain support in their campaign to keep the Coast Guard Air Station at Newport open. (Includes rescue video.)
The state of Oregon is appealing a Circuit Court ruling that a city in the heart of southern Oregon marijuana country can ban medical marijuana dispensaries.
The Thanksgiving commute is in full swing as many drivers are heading out early.
Hillsboro's population continues to race toward the six-figure mark.
By early afternoon, more than 600 flights had been canceled, the bulk of them in the Northeast, during what is typically one of the busiest travel periods of the year.
Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle, Beaverton Police Chief Geoff Spalding and Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Chief Michael Duyck are each hoping to raise the most money to take home the "Best Bell-Ringer" plaque.
Tigard police say the incident occurred Monday night at Southwest 71st Avenue and Pine Street.
It is organized by a group calling itself Don't Shoot Portland, which is trying to show solidarity with others around the nation who are upset that Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson was not indicted in the shooting death last summer of Michael Brown, 18.
A few military public affairs videos showing Oregonians far from home this season.
A "head-to-tail rewrite" of Washington County's antiquated animal code would give county animal control officials the power to impose increasingly serious sanctions for increasingly dangerous attacks.
Some witness accounts were provably wrong on some counts, which may have contributed to a lack of indictment of Officer Darren Wilson.
Those in charge of Tuesday's demonstrations say the two very different gatherings highlight the competing priorities of Portland's long-established black leaders and a new contingent who have lost patience with their predecessors' approach.
A memorial for Kirke Johnson is scheduled for Dec. 6. People wishing to donate are asked to give to the Bicycle Transportation Alliance or to the Kirke Johnson fund at Sunset Credit Union
The proposal to maintain existing maintenance funding comes as the City Council considers a plan to charge $46 million a year for transportation projects.
A jury awarded Michael Boyle $226,000 because it found that the city didn't provide mandated preferential treatment for veterans.
Waters rose as high as 28 feet in Oregon City and nearly submerged the Willamette Falls.
"In general, I believe the Portland community is very supportive of people being able to express themselves in the city on a wide range of issues,'' Central Precinct Cmdr. Bob Day said.
Tualatin Valley Gleaners and the McKinney-Vento Homeless Program will benefit from the city of Beaverton's toy and gift card drive this holiday season.
Washington County authorities say additional officers will be patrolling for intoxicated drivers until Sunday.
Rebuilds for Benson Polytechnic, Lincoln and Madison high schools would be funded with a 2016 bond.