Even though there was some tension at the end of the session, it looks like the in-fighting and arguments that have defined the last two months might finally be coming to a close.
The 52-year-old was last known to be in the Spokane, Wash., area where the fellowship resettled soon after the investigation began in Minnesota, Pine County Chief Deputy Steven Blackwell said Tuesday.
The moratorium will continue the "status quo" while the council discusses regulations.
A power line heated up and melted a transformer, causing it to fall and start a small fire, Portland Fire Bureau spokesman Lt. Rich Chatman said.
The whale washed up on Tuesday. City officials are looking into ways of how to dispose of the 40-foot animal.
South Korean media say passengers were asked to jump overboard with life vests as the ship was on the verge of sinking. News reports say about 120 people have already been rescued.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call robbery detectives at 503-823-0405.
Educators looking for jobs say they're seeing a lot of interest from Oregon employers. And school district officials say the applicant pool is deep and full of talent.
Damascus resident Chris Hawes is challenging the city officials' interpretation of state law that governs disincorporation elections. Hawes asked Clackamas County Circuit Court Judge Deanne Darling to invalidate the election results and call for a new election, with different rules to judge the results.
Shares are up 25 percent in the past year despite what, by all appearances, has been a difficult period for the company
The Milwaukie City Council voted unanimously to extend its moratorium on medical marijuana facilities, changing the date from Dec. 31, 2014, to April 30, 2015.
Davonte Donahue, 21, and Torri Donahue, 22, both of Vancouver, are facing charges in connection with the suspected sex trafficking of a 17-year-old girl and a police chase that damaged several vehicles and a fence in Aloha on April 15.
Tuesday night's Mega Millions jackpot is worth $28 million.
The incident took place hours after ceremonies to mark last year's Boston Marathon bombings.
The cause of the fire in the facility, used to store items including desks, chairs, filing cabinets and drama props, was officially ruled as undetermined. The flames are estimated to have caused about $100,000 in damage.
After six years of drought, an upturn in funding and a spate of retirements mean Oregon school districts are hiring in large numbers. Aspiring teachers are delighted to find themselves in demand, and districts say candidates appear extremely well qualified
The Oregon City Civic Improvement Trust handed out more than $63,000 to projects that attract tourists to town.
A 2013 report done by the Associated Press and Northwest Public Radio revealed the high number of free meals certain lawmakers received last year.
Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle announced the hire on Tuesday, April 15.
Watch a video of Bob Zahrowski, candidate for Washington County District 2 commissioner, talking about the county's backlog in transportation construction projects and read up on the issue.
The ferry with 476 people aboard was sailing to the southern island of Jeju when it sent a distress call Wednesday morning after it began leaning to one side, according to the Ministry of Security and Public Administration.
The simulated car crash is part of a three-day driving campaign by the Lane County Sheriff's Office.
Forest Grove is among more than 40 cities are considering moratoriums on medical marijuana dispensaries, months after lawmakers passed Senate Bill 1531, which grants local governments the authority to postpone dispensaries for the next year.
Police spokesman Dave Estrada says the backpacks were discovered Tuesday evening, a year after two bombs in backpacks exploded at the end of the marathon and killed three people.
Fewer tickets found their way into the secondary market this season and 700 seats were removed from the Moda Center
U.S. District Judge Michael Simon issued a temporary restraining order that blocks Portland Public Schools from continuing a 28-day sports suspension against Jackson Fletcher, 17. The suspension came after a school vice principal determined Fletcher had violated the school's drug and alcohol policy by giving another student $10 to buy alcohol for an upcoming party last month.
Northwest gas prices continued to climb during the past week, with Oregon drivers now paying more than they did a year ago.
More than 9,000 doctors received $508 million in Medicare payments in 2012. Fifteen of those doctors collected more than $1 million; most collected far less.
After seven years of attendance increases, Portland Japanese Garden officials want to expand. Neighbors aren't so sure about one aspect of the garden plans.
Watch a video of Washington County District 2 Commissioner Greg Malinowski talking about the county's backlog in transportation construction projects and read up on the issue.