local | News | Communities | NW LifeOPB | Dec. 10, 2016 3:46 p.m. | Portland
Portland leaders and non-profits that provide services for families of homeless veterans announced Saturday that Portland and Multnomah County were recognized by the White House for their efforts.
This week, Astoria Police became the first department to use a new officer training tool that focuses on recognizing, and rooting out, “implicit biases.”
NPR has confirmed that intelligence officials say it's now "quite clear" Russian hackers worked to tip the presidency in Donald Trump's favor. Trump's transition team has dismissed the assessment.
Animal control officers in Josephine County are seeing a direct link between missing dogs and evidence of an illegal dog fighting ring in Southern Oregon.
News | Recreation | Environment | Business | local | Fish & WildlifeAP | Dec. 10, 2016 10:53 a.m. | Newport, Oregon
Oregon officials plan to open the commercial crab season on Dec. 18 for a portion of coast that runs from Cape Blanco to the Oregon-California border.
Oregon lawmakers are returning to the State Capitol next week for a final round of prep work before the new legislative session begins.
A coroner’s inquest is set to begin Monday in Pasco, Washington, spotlighting the police shooting death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes.
A group in Lake Oswego watched the dismantling of the AR-15 rifle that the Rev. Jeremy Lucas had won earlier this year in a raffle sponsored by a Gresham softball team.
Tens of thousands of former military personnel could get access to medical care following passage of the Veterans Fairness Act on Thursday.