On April 5, 1972, the deadliest tornado in Pacific Northwest history hit Portland and Vancouver.
More than five decades ago, a massive windstorm struck the Pacific Northwest, marking it in history books as the Columbus Day Storm of 1962.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Heck Harper was a fixture on Portland radio and television for decades, entertaining millions with his country and western music cavalcades and later as host of daily children's shows.
REDMOND, Ore. -- Shortly before dawn on September 24, 1959, police officer Robert Dickerson was driving through the streets of Redmond, Oregon when he saw a large, bright object descend over the city, stop abruptly, and hover at 200 feet.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- In the aftermath of the Kent State shootings, college campuses around the country became a focal point of the nation's rage.
With climate issues continuing to be in the headlines, KGW takes a look back at a special project that went way out in the field.
Pioneering OHSU and Providence Health Systems surgeon Dr. Albert Starr and his team performing open heart surgery in 1958 to replace a patient's mitral valve with an artificial one.
Legendary Oregon runner Steve Prefontaine, wearing his Oregon jersey and bib No. 182, recorded a decisive victory on the wood oval track at the Memorial Coliseum, shattering the American record for the event.