A man was arrested after a shooting and standoff in Oregon City Friday afternoon.
The search for Karissa Fretwell and her 3-year-old son Billy brought the Clackamas County dive team to a body of water in Yamhill County.
A would-be robber of a convenience store brought a hatchet as a weapon. He ran when the clerk pulled out a gun.
The investigation into Brandon Kearns began May 14 when a sheriff's office supervisor got a tip about domestic violence that happened when Kearns recently took a trip to Las Vegas.
The City Council approved its next budget late Thursday afternoon after one of the most contentious hearings in recent memory the day before.
The director of a local skincare practice is working to bring clean water to people living halfway around the world.
Brett Wells of Oregon City is fighting back against companies that use robocalling by taking them to federal court.
A woman who spoke out in opposition of Canby making a proclamation acknowledging International Transgender Day of Visibility is winning the election to serve on the town's school board.
Around 10:45 a.m. on March 20, 2009, there was a knock at the door of Joe Haley's place in the Willow Creek Apartments in the Oak Grove neighborhood of Clackamas County. Quickly, he was shot to death.
Portland city leaders and residents alike are worried about the 5G cell towers set to go up in the region.
Power over the police force which protects riders on all of TriMet's buses, trains and platforms could be pulled from the Portland Police Bureau.
Divers are looking for a submerged car in the Willamette River to make sure no one is in the vehicle and remove it after it crashed into the water.
Eileen Korey found a diamond ring sitting by the tray in her Subaru cupholder after taking the car in when it was recalled over an airbag issue.
A program in Lake Oswego takes a different approach to learning and makes education feel more like a sport.
KOIN 6 News’ Jennifer Hoff talked to 3 of the Rose Festival’s former Rosarian Queens to find out what they’re doing, where they ended up and how Portland’s long-held tradition shaped their lives.