Most Popular

Most Viewed | Emailed

  1. Air Algerie jet with 116 aboard down in Mali

    Air Algerie jet with 116 aboard down in Mali

    An Air Algerie jetliner with 116 people aboard vanished Thursday in a rainstorm over northern Mali, and the airline and French officials said it probably crashed.

  2. Leaked letter from Oregon gov. candidate discusses gays, atheists

    Leaked letter from Oregon gov. candidate discusses gays, atheists

    A letter reportedly written 13 years ago by Republican candidate for Governor Dennis Richardson says "moral standards" of atheists and gays should not be imposed on the Boy Scouts of America.

  3. Is your name on a Coke bottle?

    Is your name on a Coke bottle?

    Have you ever wanted to see your name on a Coke bottle? Well you might be in luck, if your name is one of the 250 most popular in the country.

  4. Anti-abortion group releases undercover Planned Parenthood video

    Anti-abortion group releases undercover Planned Parenthood video

    An undercover video allegedly shot at a Portland Planned Parenthood has gone viral and is raising more than a few eyebrows.

  5. New photos of wolf OR-7's pups, mate

    New photos of wolf OR-7's pups, mate

    In June, biologists confirmed that Oregon wolf OR-7, who had long been a lone wanderer, had found a mate and likely produced pups.

  6. Man asked to leave Southwest flight over tweet

    Man asked to leave Southwest flight over tweet

    A Minnesota man says he and his two children were asked to get off a Southwest Airlines flight they had just boarded after the man tweeted about a boarding disagreement he had with a Southwest gate agent.

  7. Watch the HOT 'Fifty Shades of Grey' trailer

    Watch the HOT 'Fifty Shades of Grey' trailer

    I know it's not going to be that warm outside today, but today is still going to be hot. Because the trailer for the 50 Shades of Grey movie is out.

  8. Joseph Wood

    Arizona inmate's execution takes nearly two hours

    A condemned Arizona inmate gasped for more than an hour and a half during his execution Wednesday before he died in an episode sure to add to the scrutiny surrounding the death penalty in the U.S.

  9. Photos: Hidden images in sports logos

    Photos: Hidden images in sports logos

  10. Man run over by own truck during road rage

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A man in Florida apparently got a dose of road rage karma when police say he was run over by his own pickup truck after getting out to bang on another driver's window.

  11. 14 detained in Tigard heroin trafficking raid

    14 detained in Tigard heroin trafficking raid

    Fourteen people were detained and and least one was arrested Thursday morning after a months-long heroin investigation in Tigard, police said.

  12. Pot retailer claims price gouging by growers in Washington

    Pot retailer claims price gouging by growers in Washington

    One of the two pot retailers in Vancouver closed his doors temporarily to protest what he calls price gouging by growers and suppliers.

  13. North Korea does not like this video of Kim Jong Un dancing

    North Korea does not like this video of Kim Jong Un dancing

    Kim Jong Un has gone viral this week, but apparently the North Korean leader is not flattered. A video of his face pasted onto dancing bodies had over 2.7 million views as of Thursday morning.

  14. PGE recalling 70,000 residential meters

    PGE recalling 70,000 residential meters

    Portland General Electric is recalling 70,000 residential meters because some are not performing up to standards and, in rare cases, catching fire.

  15. ODOT: 217 flyover ramp 'just fine'

    ODOT: 217 flyover ramp 'just fine'

    As unseasonably heavy rain moved in this week, the flyover ramp from Interstate 5 to Highway 217 caused some traffic issues again.

  16. Lake O woman wins 'Food Fighters' on NBC

    Lake O woman wins 'Food Fighters' on NBC

    - A Lake Oswego mother of 3 can finally celebrate her win on the NBC show “Food Fighters."

  17. Tacoma casino cancels Nugent shows, citing racism

    Tacoma casino cancels Nugent shows, citing racism

    Emerald Queen Casino says it will cancel two Ted Nugent concerts that were scheduled August 2 and 3 over allegations of racist remarks by the singer. The announcement comes after Coeur d'Alene Tribes in Idaho canceled Nugent's August 4 show.

  18. Second day of record-breaking rain in Portland

    Second day of record-breaking rain in Portland

    Tuesday and Wednesday saw back-to-back days of record-breaking rain in Portland, according to KGW Chief Meteorologist Matt Zaffino.

  19. 'Uber' launches in Salem, Eugene with free rides

    'Uber' launches in Salem, Eugene with free rides

    An app that brings a town car to anyone needing a ride has launched in Salem and Eugene, and is offering free rides for two weeks, a company spokesman said Wednesday.

  20. 2nd highway worker killed in Oregon this week

    2nd highway worker killed in Oregon this week

    Police say a second man has died while working on an Eastern Oregon highway this week.