World War II veteran William Lapschies, 104, celebrated with family members after surviving a recent bout with the coronavirus
It was a very happy 104th birthday for World War II veteran William Lapschies.
One police department in Oregon posted a reminder on their Facebook page, asking the public to not call 9-1-1 if they run out of toilet paper.
A hatchet-wielding man allegedly robbed a Portland doughnut shop early Saturday morning – only to be nabbed by police a block away eating the same doughnuts he stole before fleeing on foot.
A group of frustrated Oregon conservatives, who have tried everything from voting out Democratic state officials they consider too liberal to recalling the state’s governor and appealing to their Washington representatives, now want to leave the state.
A disturbing video shows a stolen truck ram a gate, sending man flying.
21-year-old Spc. Branden Tyme Kimball died at Bagram Airfield.
Illinois could join New Jersey and Oregon in making it illegal to pump your own gas.
Kathleen Thorson suffered a hemorrhagic stroke and died just days after giving birth to her fourth child.
A daring rescue in a raging river was caught on video.
Oregon sells marijuana legally. Idaho does not. And that is apparently why sales at shops in Oregon along the Idaho border are booming.
“Jeopardy!” teen champion Avi Gupta used social media to help raise over $200,000 for cancer research in Alex Trebek's honor.
U.S. bank reportedly fired an employee who gave a stranded customer $20 of her own money for gas on Christmas Eve.
An Oregon woman seen smiling in her mugshot was arrested for assaulting her boyfriend after he left her dog out in the rain, said the Coos County Sheriff's Office.
Portland lawmakers have approved a $4.5 million contract with a hazardous waste removal company to clean up homeless encampments around the city.
An Oregon woman is accused of harassing a Muslim student by choking her with her own headscarf, then stripping down naked and rubbing that hijab over
An Oregon grandfather of 10 came up with a brilliant way to spend more time with his grandchildren — he surprised them with a school bus that he had decorated and named the “Grandfather Express,” which he will use to drive them to school each day.
That’s just good business. Really, really good business.
Some drivers slowed or stranded by blizzard conditions spent 17 hours or more in their cars on Interstate 5 near the Oregon-California border.
The driver of a school bus loaded with children was arrested after he crashed the vehicle while driving under the influcence, said police.