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A defense lawyer says Greg Phillip Porter is unable to aid and assist in his defense -- meaning he's mentally unfit for criminal prosecution. Prosecutors will rely on their own experts.

At a bi-partisan state house press event... lawmakers said they plan to introduce legislation in both the house and senate to replace our state's voting equipment.

It was 30 years ago Tuesday that Mulugeta Seraw, an Ethiopian immigrant, was beaten to death by three white supremacists using baseball bats.

A LETTER FROM PLAYWRIGHT LAUREN GUNDERSON: I am so thrilled and honored that The Taming is coming to Portland. For such an incredible town full of art and activism, this play will complement all that Portland is. It’s the perfect time for the play - right before the election. I hope that people see this production and that it inspires them to take immediate action at the ballot box!

Ad Council's 'Love Has No Labels' first short film 'Rising' will inspire you to rise above differences and bring communities together

Allison Cardona, a deputy director of operations for Los Angeles County Animal Care & Control, said about 700 animals — including 550 horses, nine cows and at least one tortoise — are now in her agency's care.

Based on evidence from the crash, Beaverton police believe Lazorchak's minimum speed was 82-83 mph.

Deputies and the SWAT team are attempting to deescalate the man, who has felony warrants and is refusing to come out.

Great office staff. Hygienist was professional and did a great job. DDS was good too!

We reflect back on the life of Stanley Lieber, aka Stan Lee, one of the most important, and complicated, men in comics.

Hillary Clinton in 2020? The former secretary of state said "no" to a question about running again, but she wouldn't mind being president.

Dr. Carl Whetsell, 62, a pediatrician at Sumter Pediatrics, was found dead at his home around 3:30 p.m.

Japanese brand MUJI will open its brick-and-mortar location in the Meier & Frank Building on Nov. 17.

Tsegay A. Abraha, 36, is accused of of first- and second-degree assault, assaulting a public safety officer, unlawful use of a weapon and second-degree criminal mischief related to an alleged attack on Portland Officer Taylor Rethmeier on Nov. 10, 2018.

Arrow confronts a familiar Demon in this weeks episode and might need their help.

In September and October, they set up their Chunney Pop push cart on a sidewalk at the Vancouver waterfront. But that's when they learned about a 2009 development agreement that has them pretty upset.

Police say the man wanted to trade a substantial amount of marijuana for a car being sold online by an Albany dealer. Investigators intervened, arrested the suspect and seized more than 5 lbs. of pot.

Two longshots have already declared they are running for the Democratic nomination for president, nearly two full years before the election.

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"In short, there is no reason for this Court to review these issues in this case where petitioner has not established that the Oregon Supreme Court committed an error,'' Oregon soliciter general Benjamin Gutman wrote to the U.S. Supreme Court.

The new supper club will serve set-price Indian meals in a handsome space tucked behind Bollywood Theater Southeast.