Tsunami waves generated by an earthquake are a threat of earthquakes both near and far.
Prosecutors said Jessica Dutro abused, tortured and ultimately killed her son, Zachary, in August 2012 while living with her boyfriend, Brian Canady, and three other kids at a shelter in Tigard.
There’s a new way for Oregonians to report identity theft.
The FBI is asking for the public’s help finding a wanted man who is suspected of sexually exploiting a child.
Floodwaters at the mudslide site are receding, allowing crews to expand their search and yielding more human remains in areas that previously couldn't be reached.
A powerful magnitude-8.2 earthquake struck off northern Chile on Tuesday night, setting off a small tsunami that forced evacuations along the country's entire Pacific coast. Five people were crushed to death or suffered fatal heart attacks, the interior minister said, but Chile apparently escaped major damage or serious casualties.
The number of Oregon students in special education increased by less than 1 percent from a year ago.
Oregon's congressional delegation says federal liquor regulations threaten to undermine a new state law allowing the sale of wine in re-useable containers known as growlers.
The Coos Bay Police Department is advising the community about a predatory sex offender that will no longer be on active supervision.
Nationwide marijuana legalization seems inevitable to three-fourths of Americans, whether they support it or not, according to a new poll out Wednesday.
Tuesday marked the start of the Oregon pink shrimp season. Officials say that after a great season last year, bringing in over 40 million pounds to coastal ports, they expect to have another great year.
A Coos Bay woman celebrated a major milestone by turning 100 years old on Monday.
Sponsors of a ballot measure to legalize gay marriage in Oregon asked a federal judge Tuesday to make a speedy ruling in a case that challenges the state's ban on same-sex weddings. At the same time, top Oregon employers such as Nike and Intel threw their support behind ending the restrictions.
The official death toll from Washington's mudslide has increased to 28, with the Snohomish County medical examiner's office saying 22 victims have been positively identified. That's up from 24 dead with 18 identified on Monday.
Though Monday marks the national deadline to apply for health insurance for this year under the Affordable Care Act, uninsured Oregonians have an extra month to sign up because of the state exchange's technology problems.