The City of Portland thinks something stinks about the public bathrooms being marketed by a Southern Oregon company.
Twice as many children will be in state-paid full-day kindergarten this fall. The change affects kids in 269 schools in 38 of the state’s 39 counties.
Lawyers say Bellingham has agreed to pay $15,000 to a man who was threatened by a police officer for wearing a holstered gun in a city park.
A photograph of an Occupy Portland demonstrator blasted with pepper spray as she opened her mouth to shout at a police officer became a defining image of the month-long encampment.
A federal jury in Oregon awarded $18.6 million to a woman who spent two years unsuccessfully trying to get Equifax Information Services to fix major mistakes on her credit report.
True-crime author Ann Rule is suing a weekly Seattle newspaper, claiming she was defamed by a 2011 article written by the fiance of a convicted killer.
Nancy McCallum, the mother of late Alice In Chains singer Layne Staley, has filed a lawsuit against his former bandmates alleging she is owed royalties from the band’s music — past, present and future. The band’s 1992 album Dirt, for which Staley was best known, sold more than 4 million copies.
A former attorney for Lane County claims two top administrators violated his constitutional rights when they laid him off last year in a move that was blamed on the budget.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit over a proposal to build a $490 million professional basketball and hockey arena in Seattle.
After the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals publicly maligned dog musher Paige Dronby by falsely accusing her of abandoning one of her dogs to die, the racer fought back.