March 15 will mark one year since Amy Watson, a preschool teacher from Oregon, first began suffering with COVID-19 symptoms, and she still has a fever. “Today is day 353,” said Watson on March 3.
A DUI suspect in Oregon had a BAC of 0.77, according to the Warm Springs Police Department — a level that experts say would likely be fatal.
Lilly, a rescue cat in Lake Oswego, Oregon, saved her owners when she sniffed out a dangerous gas leak at their home on Friday, according to local reports.
Oregon health workers who got stuck in a snowstorm on their way back from a COVID-19 vaccination event went car to car injecting stranded drivers before several of the doses expired.
Police in Oregon are searching for a suspect who stole a car, then returned to the scene to lecture the mother about leaving her young son inside the vehicle.
Once again, city police declared a riot as a gathering estimated to be about 100 people targeted a federal courthouse, FOX 12 of Oregon reported.
A person who went to work sick likely caused two separate COVID-19 outbreaks in Oregon, resulting in seven deaths and forcing more than 300 people into quarantine, officials said.
Multnomah County deputies are poking fun at themselves after responding to a prank call of a sighted cheetah that turned out to be a stuffed animal.
The Oregon Medical Board has suspended the medical license of a doctor who said at a pro-Trump rally that he doesn't wear a mask at his Dallas, Oregon, clinic.
Dr. Steven LaTulippe told crowds at a Trump rally that he doesn't wear a mask at his clinic, and that he tells other people not to wear masks either. But an Oregon state order requires healthcare workers to wear masks, and now Dr. LaTulippe's medical license has been suspended.
An oncology nurse in Oregon has been placed on administrative leave after she bragged on social media that she does not wear a mask in public and flouts other COVID-19 restrictions.
Governors in many states, such as New York, Maryland, Virginia and Minnesota, have instead taken largely incremental measures over the past few days.
The Oregon drug initiative will allow people arrested with small amounts of hard drugs to avoid going to trial, and possible jail time, by paying a $100 fine and attending an addiction recovery program.
Oregon could be the first state in the US to decriminalize the possession of small amounts of heroin, cocaine, LSD and other hard drugs. Instead of being arrested, the users would have the option of paying $100 fines or attending free addiction recovery centers.
Zachery Ty Bryan is accused of trying to strangle his girlfriend. She's 27, he's 39. Bryan is best known for playing the oldest son on the show "Home Improvement."
Protest organizers dubbed the event “Indigenous Peoples Day of Rage,” in response to Monday’s federal holiday named after 15th-century Italian explorer Christopher Columbus.
A little green doll has served as a morale booster and has brought smiles and a feeling of comfort and connection to fire crews battling wildfires in Oregon and Colorado, and he just might be making plans for a visit to California soon.
An Oregon police department has announced the removal of thin blue line vinyl decals from its patrol cars, saying they have become a divisive symbol to some in the community.
Judy Cashner admits being mildly amused when her “estate” received a letter from her bank claiming she had died.
The 29-year-old man accidentally pulled the trigger of the Glock 9mm while putting the gun back into his pants, the report said. The bullet entered through his groin and just missed hitting his femoral artery.