For Icelandair, the business is all about connecting passengers.
The No. 17-ranked Oregon State wrestling team finished second out of 22 teams in Reno.
Santa Claus and his elves took a break from the North Pole to wash windows in the Northwest while bringing holiday cheer Monday morning to patients at Randall Children's Hospital.
Castor Conley, who police say bought a stolen pickup truck and sold it to someone else, gets another chance and avoids a felony conviction -- thanks to the kindness of one stranger who believes in mercy.
The White House declined to comment Monday. State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters that of the federal government responses, "some will be seen, some may not be seen."
Judge Karen Stenard said county commissioners acted lawfully on serious public health concerns about disease transmission when it cleared people to clean the area.
Federal authorities say the man they sought for breaking into an unmarked U.S. Marshals Service vehicle on Dec. 16 and making off in a gray SUV was caught three days later.
More readers of The Oregonian approve of Multnomah County's primary choice for a new courthouse than an alternate location, according to a poll posted Friday. The Board of Commissioners on Thursday approved a location at the western end of the Hawthorne...
The Grammy-winning performer was best known for his cover of the Beatles' "With a Little Help From My Friends."
Investigative reporting by The Oregonian in 2014 forced into public view secret government reports, held public officials accountable for decisions costly to taxpayers, and exposed risks to public health and safety.
Oregon LNG quietly filed suit against the Army Corps of Engineers in August, seeking to nullify a land-use easement that casts uncertainty on the company's ability to export natural gas from the coastal town.
Police believe the 42-year-old man died of natural causes, but the investigation into his death continues as the medical examiner awaits lab and toxicology reports.
Metro, using federal transportation grants, is leading the effort to build the trail.
The sides exchanged proposals this month, but a settlement remains a distant prospect, port operators say.
Stocks are back at record highs as the market posts its fourth gain in a row.
"This defendant is the only one who talks about poking a knife at the victim and gestured to the exact location,'' prosecutor Nicole Jergovic said in court, of defendant Andrew Metzner, 21.
Francis issued a blistering indictment of the Vatican bureaucracy Monday, accusing the cardinals, bishops and priests who serve him of using their Vatican careers to grab power and wealth, of living "hypocritical" double lives and forgetting that they're supposed to be joyful men of God.
The singer died from an undisclosed illness.
As greenhouse gases continue to impact the world's climate, the Washington mountain, like Oregon's Mount Hood, will continue to experience shrinking glaciers and decreased biological diversity.
Multiple Hillsboro employees "lauded Michael as the best city manager they have worked for."
Jim Fultz, 48, grew up in Siletz and works for Trident Seafoods as a tenderman on a fishing boat. He received a Carnegie Hero award for helping rescue a fishing crew after their boat sank in a storm.
Highway 26 Westbound at the Portland Zoo is clogged due to a disabled vehicle blocking the left lane. Traffic is backed up past the Vista Ridge Tunnel.
An autopsy by the State Medical Examiner's Office ruled the cause of death blunt force trauma.
Comfort Research recalls vinyl bean bag chairs due to risk of entrapment and suffocation and BRP recalls Ski-Doo and Can-Am kids' hoodies due to strangulation hazard.
The victims told police the three men took the phones and fled on foot after following them off a TriMet bus at Southeast 94th Avenue and Division Street.
Travis Knight joined Laika as a junior animator in 1998, when it was known as Vinton Studios. Knight assumed more senior roles after his father acquired the business and he served as a lead animator on "Coraline," the studio's first feature.
The tractor flipped in Coos County near Norway, trapping Nathan Ross, 25, and Robert Ross, 56. They were not injured.
They were hit near the 600 block of Willamette Street in Oregon City sometime between 10:30 p.m. Saturday and 2 a.m. Sunday, police said.
The Oregonian's monthslong examination of the state's addiction treatment system distilled into a five-minute read of key findings.
Departments and unions are warning officers to wear protective gear and be careful about posting to social media.