The Honolulu medical examiner said more tests need to be done on the body of Ivy Harris, the vacationing Portland woman who was missing for days before her body was found Monday night.
The 37-year-old man pleaded not guilty to mailing a threatening communication, after a pair of letters containing the deadly poison ricin were discovered in Washington state this past week.
A Lake Oswego-based company has just started selling what it calls “the first professional microscope for mobile devices” — the latest CSI-style technology for iPads and iPhones.
Freddie L. Smith, 23, is charged with two counts of compelling prostitution, four counts of promoting prostitution, one count each of strangulation and attempted fourth-degree assault.
This May 22 will go down in the record books as the coldest high temperature for this date in Portland history. The previous record was set in 1958, when the high hit 57 degrees Fahrenheit.
Traffic lights also went out after a downed tree limb landed on a high-voltage power line, causing a power surge that knocked out power to 15,000 customers near Tigard, King City, Sherwood and Tualatin.
A popular new doughnut shop Pip’s Original in Portland is raising serious questions about how it’s being rated on Yelp.com, the San Francisco-based review and rating website.
Two men suspected of posing as fire inspectors actually are fire extinguisher technicians.
A family of seven is being evicted from their rental home despite the fact they have money to pay their rent — and one of their daughters has an aggressive form of brain cancer.
The budget was approved even though the agency’s contract with most of its workers remains unresolved.