PORTLAND (AP) — Stand on the roof of Portland and look down. Way down. You could die a dozen ways up here. You could slip off the open deck. You could fall down the elevator shaft. A gust of wind...a swinging beam... Cables no thicker than Bic pens run around the deck and keep you safe. Safe? In the distance, Mt. Hood feels about eye level.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Backyard poultry producers in Washington are being told by state officials to monitor their flocks after a deadly avian flu outbreak in the Tri-Cities area.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A D.C. Council member wants the nation's capital to join the three states that allow terminally ill people to end their lives with the help of a physician.
Tried to establish OR camp training camp
CLACKAMAS — A sheriff's officer says a man accused of hurling a peach pie at a woman who refused to give him a cigarette has been arrested.
PORTLAND (AP) — With the new year will come a higher wage for Oregon's lowest-paid workers.
PORTLAND (AP) — Oregon’s most talked about new law for 2015 — legalization of recreational marijuana — does not take effect until July. Here are some of the new laws that do apply Jan. 1:
Cremation company refutes fraud allegations
PORTLAND (AP) — A yellow Labrador that got spooked on a Christmas Day hike in the Columbia Gorge, snapping her leash and plunging 150 feet down a cliff, was rescued in the dark by a climber who rappelled to a narrow ledge where the dog was trapped.
EUGENE (AP) — A man who taught for 16 years at a Eugene school and was president of the Sheldon Babe Ruth league was sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to child pornography charges.
President Barack Obama has granted clemency to 20 people, including two from Oregon.
The remains of a Portland man were found Monday about one mile from his vehicle in Mosier and Wasco County Chief Deputy Lane Magill said there was no evidence of foul play. Magill said Joseph Sizemore, 42, had been reported missing by his family on Sept. 7.
Four wounded at Portland HS
New funding will be used to build an elevated walkway
PURPLE PAINT with the letters “TRN” was sprayed last weekend on the interpretive sign at Rowena Crest and a nearby stone wall. A Facebook conversation was initiated about the possible identity of the tagger, believed to be a local teen, and that information was turned over to the Wasco County Sheriff’s Office.