The mother of 16-year-old Carson Bride who committed suicide in 2020 is fighting the social networking apps Snapchat, YOLO, and LMK, saying they were used to bully Carson anonymously.
Politics, vaccine hesitancy and COVID fatigue have become significant factors in the Pacific Northwest—and may hold lessons for the rest of the U.S.
Health officials have launched an investigation into the outbreak at the Peoples Church in Salem.
Justice Department statistics show that 80% of police departments with more than 500 officers have adopted body cameras.
Swastikas among other graffiti desecrated the Oregon Holocaust Memorial in Washington Park in Portland, Oregon.
The protesters he let into the building allegedly used bear mace on law enforcement officers, shattered glass doors and attacked journalists outside.
Nearman previously faced calls to resign after allowing extremists to gain entry into Oregon's Capitol during a December protest.
Police haven't apprehended anyone for either shooting and are asking for the public's help in identifying the perpetrators.
The altercation happened after Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler declared a state of emergency yesterday ahead of the Derek Chauvin verdict.
The protesters screamed phrases like "Quit your jobs!", "Shame on you!", "You guys are murderers!", "We're sick and tired of you murdering people!" and other insults.
Video of a man shooting his firearm at a demonstration protesting the police outside their precinct has gone viral.
Estimates suggest that more than 400 people die every year in the United States as a result of accidental shootings.
Police are describing the man who brandished the gun as a "potential victim."
The conference will have nearly half the Elite 8, including two incredibly-low seeds. Now it can do something only one conference has ever done.
"It was stunning, beautiful, and scary all at the same time," one Twitter user wrote.
The pair previously attended violent rallies by the far-right group in their home state before allegedly storming the building in Washington, D.C.
Police used the tactic to control dozens of protesters as unrest returned to the Oregon city.
Police said an officer was punched in the face and later tear gas was used to disperse the crowds after they marched through the city in protest against an oil pipeline.
Th numbers reflect a stark difference from January, when video lottery sales plunged to under $1 million.
An employee from a Seattle Petco found the non-native species, called zebra mussels, inside a moss plant product that's officially branded as the "Betta Buddy Marimo Ball."
"This bill addresses urgent needs, and then buries them under a mountain of unnecessary or untimely spending," the Maine congressman said.
COVID-19 vaccination appointments in some areas can be booked directly at the Costco website, while others can be booked via local health department websites.
Dallas Heard's election as party chair has deepened concerns that the state GOP is drifting into far-right extremism.
"The hearts of all Oregonians are with you today," Governor Kate Brown said in a statement addressing the family of the deceased infant.
"The destruction and damage to kind of every aspect of our system was significant. The storm was unprecedented and came in three waves which created its own set of challenges," Elizabeth Lattanner, a spokesperson for Portland General Electric told Newsweek.
Texas is currently the worst hit state when it comes to the number of customers without power.
Authorities said the vehicle was heading south on the span of Interstate 205 that connects Oregon and Washington before it careened into the river around 6 p.m. on Sunday.
Portland Police officers hit a DoorDash driver's car after mistaking him for the suspect who hit and killed a 60-year-old woman.
Restaurants are vying for a return to indoor dining as they struggle to meet the bottom line.
Portland saw widespread protests beginning in May following the killing of Black man George Floyd while in police custody.