Thousands of stolen respirator masks have been recovered in Oregon after they were discovered for sale on Craigslist amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to officials.
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.
Police said that the woman was homeless and had laid down to sleep in front of the garage door of the apartment building.
“Jeopardy!” teen champion Avi Gupta used social media to help raise over $200,000 for cancer research in Alex Trebek's honor.
That’s just good business. Really, really good business.
Deputies say that the mom allegedly messaged the 14-year-old through the social media app Snapchat and exchanged sexual images with him.
The world may never know how a cat who went missing five years ago in Portland, Ore., turned up in, of all the unexpected places, Santa Fe, N.M.
The bus driver was arrested on the charge of DUII-controlled substance and transported to jail.
More than 11,000 scientists from around the world have issued a warning about climate change, declaring "clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency," in a new report published in BioScience.
Halloween is a time for dressing up and eating candy, but for one Oregon man, it's also the perfect time to show off his amazing pumpkin carving skills.
“This trip left me with an incredible respect for people who work with young children all day. I only had five in my group, and they listened about as good as goldfishes," the father wrote.
Actor Henry Thomas, who starred as the little boy Elliot in “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,” was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Oregon.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but the image captured by a dashcam of the startled face of a burglar who broke into a car in Oregon is priceless.
After nearly a decade of delays, an Oregon man described as a "monster" and called the "worst of the worst" was sentenced Monday to 270 years in prison for the rape, sexual abuse, and torture of three young sisters he often offered to babysit.
A weekend news anchor and TV reporter in Portland, Oregon, is doubling down on her preference for high-waisted pants after a male viewer told her to "dress like a normal woman" in a message sent to her Facebook work account.