The Eagle Creek Fire was almost a third contained Thursday evening, with 11 percent more of the fire contained compared to the day before.
Ten days after the Eagle Creek Fire shut down Interstate 84, the westbound lanes reopened Thursday night.
A man who was “very drunk” crashed into an apartment building in northwest Portland early Friday morning, deputies said. (Photo: WCSO)
A woman was found dead in a burning McMinnville home, but her cause of death has not yet been determined.
As the Eagle Creek Fire continues to burn in the Columbia Gorge, fire officials report full containment could be in sight by the end of the month.
A power line fell into the yard of an Aloha home Thursday morning, prompting thousands in the area to lose power.
A disturbing story from a Portland teenager. An 18-year-old told police that a stranger broke in, tried to rape her and threatened to kill her.
A 92-year-old passenger died after a 94-year-old driver crashed in the parking lot of a Beaverton senior home, according to police.
An unconscious man was pulled from a burning car in Beaverton early Wednesday morning after deputies said he was driving the wrong way down Highway 26 and crashed.
It has been nine days since the Eagle Creek Fire and those staying in shelters are becoming restless.