The Oregon House recently passed a bill that would extend the time limit to press charges against a sexual attacker from 6 years to 12 years. However, one rape survivor argues it needs to be raised to 20 years.
At around 5:30 a.m. on Monday, police arrested 32–year-old Barry Phillip Armstrong of California on two counts of prostitution promoting.
Timber Bowl in Springfield was torn down Tuesday. There isn't much information about the plans for the lot. Here's what KMTR knows so far.
A year ago Tuesday, Duck fans everywhere were rocked by news that three University of Oregon basketball players had been dismissed from the team following a forcible rape accusation from another student.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit brought forth by The Newport Fishermen’s Wives against the U.S. Coast Guard over the air station’s possible closure.
Made in Oregon, a long-time Oregon based company featuring Oregon-made products has moved into Fifth Street Public Market.
The driver who ran a red light before hitting and killing 3 children in a crosswalk won't face criminal charges, the county prosecutor said Monday.
The job of whether Larry LaThorpe will face any traffic citations rests with the city prosecutor.
And a private attorney for the family calls the legal system's response to the crash a "loophole."
Change is coming to the stretch of Beltline between Interstate 5 and Coburg Road.
The public is invited to an open house to learn more about what the Oregon DOT calls the I-5/Beltline Unit 4 project.
A suspicious person poking around a riverfront hotel jumped a fence and appeared to be in the river Tuesday morning.
Turn off the television and hide the video games, May 4 marked the start of Screen-Free Week. The seven-day excuse to escape from technology is meant to make kids more productive and healthier.