The trade and travel ban was intended to voice opposition to new abortion restrictions that took effect in Texas last week.
Portland City Council is to consider an emergency resolution to ban future travel, goods and services from Texas in protest of the state’s new abortion law.
The family was waiting outside a pizzeria in broad daylight when police say the woman approached them.
An incident allegedly sparked by an “Abolish ICE” bumper sticker led to the arrest of an Oregon woman.
American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson will race next weekend against the three Jamaican women who won medals in the women’s 100-meter run at this year’s Tokyo Olympics.
The Texas A&M Forest Service sent about 45 of their personnel to help battle wildfires devastating parts of the western United States.
Stunning time-lapse video captured Perseids meteors streaking across the starry sky.
Kristopher Clay, a former custodian at an Oregon high school, is accused of making “significant steps to carry out a mass casualty event,” police said.
A robot named Cassie became the first machine of its kind to run a 5K footrace — and she did it in one charge.
An orphaned otter shows off her playful side while exploring her new home at the Oregon Zoo.
One victim has non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
An 18-year-old woman was killed and at least six others were hurt overnight in downtown Portland when someone started shooting into a crowd of people near a food truck pod.
The largest wildfire burning in the country isn’t expected to be fully contained unless a “season-ending weather event,” such as significant rain or snow, lends a helping hand.
Smoke and heat from the massive wildfire in southeastern Oregon are creating so-called fire clouds over the blaze.
A wildfire in southeastern Oregon is spreading miles each day as firefighters struggle to control the raging inferno.
The Bootleg Fire incinerating part of southern Oregon is the largest wildfire currently burning the U.S., spreading across more than 200,000 acres.
Luke Stolarzyk allegedly fired more than two-dozen rounds at an apartment building in Southwest Portland.
One Oregon farmer brought her sheep inside her apartment to help them escape the excessive heat that scorched the Pacific Northwest on June 27.
Hammer thrower Gwen Berry placed her left hand on her hip and took a quarter-turn so she was facing the stands, not the flag, while the national anthem played.
FOX 7 Meteorologist Carlo Falco looks at the cause of the extreme high temperatures in the Pacific Northwest.