The Local law enforcement agencies throughout the Northwest will take unwanted and expired prescription medicine off your hands Saturday, no questions asked.
The Yellowstone Club founder invoked his right to remain silent while also declaring bankruptcy in California for a business that his creditors allege was used to hide assets.
That would give Portland the highest city gas tax in the state. The highest for now is Eugene, at 5 cents a gallon.
In this week's real estate gallery, we look at Oregon mansions with stone exteriors on the market or recently sold.
Eight defendants charged with racketeering in what prosecutors dubbed a family-run stolen car-crushing scheme are asking a judge to throw out the evidence captured by the cameras. They contend the surveillance violated their privacy and amounts to an illegal search because police never got a warrant to put up the cameras.
If you switched parties right before Oregon's registration deadline, the wrong ballot probably hit your mailbox this week. Updated ballots, correctly assembled, are on the way, officials promise.
Nineteen of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation employees have been cleared to return to work while one was still being evaluated Friday afternoon.
The change is the latest in a string of legal repercussions following the death of Seaside Police Sgt. Jason Goodding, who was killed while trying to make an arrest.
The controversial "48-hour rule," which is part of the rank-and-file's police union contract, requires internal affairs investigators to give officers at least two days' notice before interviewing them after a deadly shooting or death in custody.
The trip was organized by Honor Flight of Oregon, a nonprofit that honors World War II veterans and makes it possible for them to visit the nation's war monuments.
Sheriff Chuck Atkins is frustrated with long lines at the underfunded state law enforcement academy that have left him with a shortage of deputies.
Police minutes earlier had stopped chasing after the driver because of safety concerns, according to the Salem Police Department.
Autism, more than any other disability, is prone to parents seeking controversial treatments.
When Cory Sause signed a contract in 2014 with a Portland fertility clinic, she gave up any parental rights to a child born of her donated embryos and became simply an "egg donor," prominent Portlander Jordan Schnitzer argues.
Saturday is starting out chilly but is expected to warm to a mild high of around 67 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
In honor of the final day of Passover, we compiled photos of seder tables and meal preparation from around Oregon.
Winning numbers have been drawn for the April 29 Mega Millions and Lucky Lines jackpots.
John Martin Roos also told authorities that the fatal police shooting of Robert "LaVoy" Finicum was the catalyst for other threats he made against FBI agents, according to a criminal complaint.
Steve Stadum played a key role in creating the $1 billion early detection cancer research center at Oregon Health & Science University's Knight Cancer Institute.
An agency spokeswoman said a report about the agency's monitoring from November until January would be released Monday.
The fire was at a camp near Portland International Raceway in North Portland.
The five were killed early Saturday after a creek overflowed its banks, flooding an East Texas neighborhood while many residents slept.
Now, they are introducing a bunch of new ways to lure customers from Starbucks. One of the big ones is curbside delivery, meaning that you don't even have to leave your car to pick up your lattes and crullers.
Gov. Kate Brown says it's the things she's done since taking over in the wake of John Kitzhaber's resignation that qualify her to claim the remaining two years of his would-be fourth term.
With the May 17 primary still just two weeks away, Oregon Republicans have already begun looking to November, when they say they could win the governorship for the first time in 34 years.
The Warm Springs plan to finish construction on a 36,000 square-foot production greenhouse by the end of the year and expect to sell their own brand of marijuana on Oregon's recreational market by early 2017.
Michael Dick, 54, was sentenced on April 29 to two years and six months in prison for public indecency. Authorities say he went to a total of 15 women over at least three months in Clackamas County and masturbated in front of them.
Cool temperatures last weekend slowed the rapid melting of the state's snowpack caused by this month's mostly balmy temperatures, a federal hydrologist reported this week.
A year ago, Marcus Mariota was drafted by the Tennessee Titans. Now he's relaxed and ready to go for year two, and Titans fans are eager to see what he can do.
A pedestrian died Friday morning after a crash involving a Multnomah County Sheriff's Office vehicle in Wood Village, a spokesman said in a mid-morning update.