States across the U.S. are experiencing a lower supply of Christmas trees this year.
The world may never know how a cat who went missing five years ago in Portland, Ore., turned up in, of all the unexpected places, Santa Fe, N.M.
A 20-year-old school bus driver was arrested for driving under the influence of a controlled substance after crashing a bus into a ditch with 10 children aboard in Oregon on Wednesday, authorities said.
To compete on "Jeopardy!" was a lifelong dream for the show’s most recent teen champion, Avi Gupta, who donated $10,000 of his champion winnings to the Oregon Health & Science University’s Knight Cancer Institute in honor of Alex Trebek, Jeopardy!‘s longtime, beloved host.
An artisan cheese from Oregon was dubbed the world’s best at the 2019 World Cheese Awards, a first for an American-made cheese.
Actor Henry Thomas, who starred as the little boy Elliot in “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,” was arrested on suspicion of DUI in Oregon.
Robert Campbell was thoroughly soaked, shivering, his wet sleeping bag covering him in the only shelter he could find -- a pit toilet in a closed campground -- after getting lost in a snowstorm in Oregon while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail.
Surveillance footage has been released showing the moment a high school coach in Oregon prevented a possible school shooting and suicide attempt five months ago.
Five bulls were found dead and drained of blood on a ranch in Oregon. There was no indication they had been shot, attacked by predators or eaten poisonous plants.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but the image captured by a dashcam of the startled face of a burglar who broke into a car in Oregon is priceless.
Not the bean dip!
Hundreds more Americans have been reported to have a vaping-related breathing illness, and the death toll has risen to 13, health officials said Thursday.
A man who survived cancer not once, but twice, recently purchased a winning lottery ticket worth millions of dollars.
After nearly a decade of delays, an Oregon man described as a "monster" and called the "worst of the worst" was sentenced Monday to 270 years in prison for the rape, sexual abuse, and torture of three young sisters he often offered to babysit.
Two dozen states and municipalities sued the federal government Tuesday to stop a new rule that lets health care clinicians decline to provide abortions and other services that conflict with their moral or religious beliefs.