Obama's Nike Visit Puts Focus On Company Outsourcing, Labor StandardsNo doubt President Barack Obama is fond of Nike. Golf outings often find him decked out from head to toe in apparel featuring the emblematic company swoosh. Now the president is putting the company logo on his trade agenda.
Dad Accused Of Blowing Pot Smoke Into His Infant's MouthOfficers said they responded to a report of a domestic argument at the Beaverton home of 22-year-old Christopher Robert Kling on Sunday night when a family friend gave them a smartphone video of Kling drawing smoke from a glass pipe and blowing it into the child's mouth
Nike Suspends Deal With Adrian Peterson The Beaverton-based shoemaker issued a statement Wednesday morning that said Nike "in no way condones child abuse or domestic violence of any kind and has shared our concerns with the NFL."
Oregon Agriculture Dept. Taking Measures To Protect Bee PopulationsAlarmed by multiple incidents of bee deaths this summer, the Oregon Agriculture Department has temporarily restricted the use of pesticides containing two active ingredients that are dangerous to bees
Victim of Seattle Campus Shooting Remembered Hundreds of loved ones are remembering the 19-year-old student killed by a gunman at a small Seattle college earlier this month as a profound thinker who loved to dance.
Mascot Protest Planned At Nike's Oregon Headquarters A Native American group is calling on Nike Inc. to stop producing and selling products that feature the Cleveland Indians' mascot Chief Wahoo, which it calls a "grotesque caricature" of modern Indians
Women Arrested For ‘Twerking’ At City Hall, Exposing Their GenitalsThree Oregon women were arrested for drug possession after a display of 'twerking' outside the Beaverton City Hall.
Police: Man Stabs Girlfriend's Ex At Holiday PartyWashington County deputies arrested a man accused of stabbing his girlfriend's ex-husband with a knife during an argument at a Christmas party in Aloha.
Lawmakers To Vote On Nike Expansion Plan In OregonAthletic footwear and apparel giant Nike Inc. plans to expand its operations in Oregon and hire hundreds of workers but wants the government to promise that tax rules won't change, prompting a special session of the Legislature.