City leaders voted Thursday to rename a portion of Southwest Stark Street after Harvey Milk.
With the National Park Service interested in moving its western regional office to Vancouver, some of the set-up work seems to be already underway with a $10 million request to renovate a Vancouver Barracks landmark.
Tribal artifacts that have been hidden away in the archives of the British Museum in London for nearly 120 years are being returned to a Native American tribe for an exhibit at its own museum.
The six-day festival offers a wide array of activities dedicated to remembering Vanport, its residents and its history.
The Thurston shooting happened 11 months before Columbine, at a time when Americans were starting to grapple with mass school shootings as a part of life.
There’s a record number of women running for political posts this election cycle. Some are motivated by the federal political landscape, others by the Me Too movement.
Workers at a second Burgerville store have successfully won a vote to unionize
Oregon’s primary election is days away, and candidates are making their final frantic pleas to voters.
Despite objections from Oregon's two U.S. Senators, a conservative federal prosecutor nominated by President Donald Trump to fill a vacancy on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will get his confirmation hearing this week.