A rare one-of-a-kind car that's used as a teaching tool at a community college in Olympia has been ordered crushed by Chrysler.
Authorities say unemployment and drug addiction have spurred an increase in the destructive practice of cutting off the knobby growths at the base of ancient redwood trees to make decorative pieces like lacey-grained coffee tables and wall clocks.
A deal to share scarce water between ranchers and the Klamath Tribes has cleared another hurdle on its way toward becoming part of a bill in Congress to overcome a century of fighting over water in the Klamath Basin.
A state House committee has approved a compromise measure that would allow Oregon communities to ban medical marijuana facilities, but only temporarily.
Jack Phillips admits he's lucky after steel beams crashed through the cab of his semi truck
Proving that crime isn't just a young man's game, here are 10 of Washington state's most-wanted senior citizens. The suspects, ranging in age from 63 to 92, are wanted on suspicion of everything from child molestation to murder.
The State Employment Department says Oregon's jobless rate is now at 7 percent after dropping for more than four years. The unemployment rate was 7.1 percent in December and 7 percent in January.
A teen suicide prevention and awareness march brought dozens of people out to the Coos Bay Boardwalk. Many talked about their personal experiences with suicide.
RadioShack said it plans to close up to 1,100 stores in the U.S. and reported a wider quarterly loss after a disappointing holiday season.
Albertsons is now cleaning its Portland distribution center after the On Your Side Investigators uncovered mold growing on shelves where food is stored and later supplied to 104 stores.
The Cover Oregon website claimed another high-profile victim on Monday when interim director Bruce Goldberg announced the healthcare exchange is parting ways with independent software developer Oracle.
Oregonians began applying Monday for state permits to open medical marijuana dispensaries, even as the Legislature once again delayed voting on a bill that would grant local governments the power to forbid such shops.
Rescuers pulled a man who had been trapped in a trench for about 3 and a half hours in Cedar Hills to safety Monday afternoon.
Public employee unions and anti-union petitioners agreed Monday to a cease-fire on competing ballot measures, avoiding an expensive and bruising showdown between unions and business interests.
Gov. John Kitzhaber is expressing pessimism about the ability for Cover Oregon to get its website fully functioning before the March 31 deadline for people to sign up for insurance under the federal health care law.