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A Washington County jury found Leo J. Miller, 73, guilty Nov. 2 of fourth-degree assault and acquitted him of attempted murder, unlawful use of a weapon and strangulation. His fourth-degree assault charge was downgraded from an initial accusation of second-degree assault.

My daughter's friend is passing her classes but not getting great grades and is losing her scholarship next year.

Mark Ojakian, president of Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, said he was horrified when he learned about the incident and described it as "appalling and unacceptable."

As raging wildfires continue to devastate homes and businesses in California, many around the nation are wondering how they can help first responders.

These policies, which are designed to slow the pace of climate change, don't have to cost taxpayers, and they do not appear to hinder economic growth.

Hazelnut growers in Oregon were anticipating a record-high crop in 2018, although it appears the harvest is coming in short of expectations.

At the Vatican's insistence, U.S. Catholic bishops abruptly postponed plans Monday to vote on proposed new steps to address the clergy sex abuse crisis roiling the church.

Bernard Brown is 94 and lives at Mirabella along Portland's South Waterfront. He was only 19 when he was drafted and it's his efforts as one of the early liberators of Dachau that sticks with him to this day.

After Republicans made unsubstantiated accusations of illegal activity, a judge on Monday urged the warring sides in the Florida recount to "ramp down the rhetoric."

Voters in Aumsville, a city of about 4,000 residents, have replaced their city council with several millennials -- including a new mayor.

Of one the finest songs written for solo voice in the 17th century: Tarquinio Merula's Canzonetta Spirituale sopra alla nanna, Hor ch'è tempo di dormire (Ven...

It's been just over a year since Danielle Outlaw became Portland's police chief and in that year, the city has seen violent protests, mass demonstrations, officer-involved shootings and a growing homeless problem.

Firefighters have been sent from Oregon to help suppress the deadly wildfires in California.

The 44th annual Portland Veterans Day Parade kicked off Monday morning, Nov. 12, 2018, in the city's Hollywood District.

Two Democratic senators have asked the Justice Department to investigate whether Georgia violated the Voting Rights Act with its election and voter registration policies.

Suzan-Lori Parks' Pulitzer-winning drama, an intimate, upsetting look at injustices of family, poverty and history, gets a standout production in Milwaukie.

Oregon and Washington are continuing to send resources down south, as California continues to fight fires across the state.

David Frei, who lives in Cannon Beach, returns with cohost John O'Hurley for the annual Thanksgiving Day NBC broadcast of "The National Dog Show Presented by Purina" on Nov. 22.