Business in Kerns - Portland, OR

Lenders are turning to borrowers with harder-to-document finances, helping drive growth in the kind of home loans that helped fuel the housing meltdown.

A new material, a new design. Our team of experts sought out to design aluminum truck bodies that are just as durable as steel. The pro...

Central Catholic’s Rams for Life club spearheaded this labor of love to resettle a refugee family in Portland. The Clubs mission is to celebrate and support human life, especially the most vulnerable in our society. The group hopes to inspire in the Central Catholic community an even deeper sense of being made in God's image.

Search engine marketing (SEM) has been a game-changing marketing tool for companies for the last ten years. But today, creating a simple ad is not enough to keep driving traffic to websites. Search has become so complex that it is prohibitively difficult for the average individual to create a successful search ad. AdPoint Agency, a …

Hopes&Fears challenged a friend to live with a 90s internet connection for a week. This is his story.

Karin Fong's latest title sequence for STARZ Counterpart, delves into an intricate world of parallel dimensions, doppelgängers, secrets and suspense. For JK ...

More than two dozen alerts about a possible carcinogen in blood pressure medications have gone out since July. Tuesday brought a new one.

The flag was taken away from the South Carolina capitol building in Columbia back in 2015, in the wake of the massacre at a church in Charleston. It's now housed in a museum.

The Government Shutdown Direct Relief Fund has been set up to help furloughed federal workers during the government shutdown.

A mobile food pantry travels to small towns in Lexington county once a month.

More than 400 people have been evacuated from the Allen Benedict Court apartments

Residents in Irmo are expressing frustration over all the bad traffic in the area.

Allen Benedict Court residents worried if they will be able to return to their apartments

One of the victims posted a video on social media showing one of the suspects at the scene, according to the department.

From cannabis bouquets to hemp dresses, marijuana is infusing the wedding industry. Learn how 420-friendly weddings became popular with Cannabition.

Hospitals are businesses, too, so here's how they stack up in terms of some standard financial and utilization metrics.

A Hillsboro man was sentenced to 16 years in prison for sexually abusing his girlfriend's 9-year-old daughter.

The State of the Union is scheduled for one week from today, but there's no official word on exactly where it'll happen.

A law passed last month allows the authorities to compel tech companies to build tools to bypass their products’ encryption. It has global implications.

Furloughed federal employees, along with their immediate families, can spend the day taking in all the zoo's adorable animals.

A homeless man was sentenced to 20 months in prison after admitting to sexually abusing a horse in Washington County.

The November election gave Democrats a three-fifths supermajority in Oregon’s Legislature with greater power to impose taxes, but Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, said they must wield power carefully.