Photo: Alan Olsen Facebook Page
SALEM, Ore — Oregon State Senator Alan Olsen from Canby made his return to the Senate Floor Monday, exactly one week after suffering a heart attack.
Senator Olsen starting feeling pain while walking up some stairs in the State Capitol, then had to be rushed to Salem Hospital. He says the doctors and staff their knew exactly …
Photo: Devon Haskins, KGW
ASTORIA, Ore. — Port of Astoria officials say they’re putting the fake orca away for now.
In yet another effort to try and scare off the some 1,200 sea lions who have taken up residence on the Docks of the Port, officials Thursday rolled out the 32-foot fiberglass, motorized killer whale. Unfortunately, the strong currents and winds quickly knocked …
BEAVERTON, Ore. — A candlelight vigil for Kyron Horman happened Thursday evening next to the Wall of Hope on Northwest Twin Oaks Drive in Beaverton.
Kyron has been missing for five years now after last being seen at Skyline Elementary in Northwest Portland. He disappeared on June 4th, 2010. He was 7-years-old.
The vigil was put organized by Kyron’s mother, Desiree Young …
Posted by Steve Leader on May 22, 2015
SALEM, Ore.–A New York bank has agreed to pay $180 million to settle a class action lawsuit from investors in Oregon and several other states.
The Oregon Treasury and Oregon Department of Justice were the sole lead plaintiffs.
Michael Cox, with Oregon Treasury, says the suit alleged investors, including PERS, lost money because Bank of New York Mellon rigged the price of …
PORTLAND, Ore – Portland Police say they received more than a dozen reports of slashed vehicle tires from around 5:00 p.m. through 9:00 p.m. Tuesday. The area of the crime spree was around Southwest Morrison to Jefferson Streets, 12th to 18th Avenues.
Officers believe homeless men could be doing the slashing. Some witnesses say they saw both a white and African …