A Seattle restaurant chain is taking advantage of an odd combination of circumstances by creating a controversial Easter promotion featuring Jesus smoking marijuana.
Roughly 300 roosters thought to be used for cockfighting were confiscated Monday from a Thurston County property.
The GOP is making a bold play for a U.S. Senate seat in reliably Democratic Oregon, where a Republican hasn't been elected to a statewide office in more than a decade.
An Oso woman, whose husband died in the 530 mudslide, has filed claims against Snohomish County and the state to seek answers and millions of dollars in damages.
When they read a study that suggested inmates who were visited by their families while in prison were significantly less likely to return to prison, officials in the Oregon Department of Corrections crunched their numbers and found about 60 percent of the state's inmates never received a visitor.
A rookie and a veteran marathon runner from Oregon will join 35,000 runners on Monday.
Two Washington men are behind bars after troopers say they found 45 pounds of pot and a quarter pound of hash during a traffic stop.
The Douglas County Juvenile Department is in the middle of contract negotiations with the county, and union members say a pay increase is long overdue.
Meet Wally, a giant Flemish rabbit at the Oregon Humane Society. He'll be looking for a home starting sometime next week.
Police arrested a priest from Albany on encouraging sex abuse charges Thursday while working on a child pornography investigation.
A Coos Bay area resident is dead after police say he walked in front of a semi truck and was hit Thursday night.
Police on Thursday identified three suspects in a burglary that led to a chase and shootout in Southwest Portland where a police officer was wounded and his K-9 partner was killed Wednesday morning.
Umpqua Community College celebrated the grand opening of its new student veterans center on Thursday.
Authorities have identified three more bodies pulled from the debris of the mudslide that swept through the Washington town of Oso last month, leaving four names left on the list of the missing.