Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber resigned and cleared the way for Secretary of State Kate Brown to assume Oregon’s highest office.
The baby was born Jan. 5 with a heart the size of a 5-year-old child’s with a large left ventricle.
The collapse during demolition work to remove an Interstate 75 ramp bridge killed Brandon Carl on Jan. 19.
Officers say a fight broke out between the two men Friday night.
Authorities say the majority of 12 people indicted last year traveled to Florida to obtain the prescriptions.
Officials warned that hurricane-force wind gusts could lead to power outages.
Car rolled four times.
Some 330 competitors are set to run – and spring, balance, whirl and weave – the layout.
A Michigan teenager was in the right place at the right time to save a Wisconsin woman’s life.
Members of the Warren Junior’s Women’s League have packed 125 bags of scarfs, gloves and hats and placed them around town.
With Friday’s frigid temperatures, hundreds of people in the Valley who don’t have a home were looking for a place to stay warm.
The veteran voiceover star died Thursday at his Los Angeles-area home.
The review found that 508 of the dead, just over 60 percent, were children, women and older men, all presumed to be civilians.
The attackers entered the mosque from a building next door that was under construction.
The moratorium could run for a year and a half while officials work on a comprehensive plan to balance growth with the history of Music Row.
Giannios in Struthers has the shelves stocked with valentine specials.
Shannon Pavlansky-Wojtowicz is facing a charge of felony sexual battery.
Critics say the firing squad is a gruesome relic of Utah’s Wild West past.
The quiz is legit, part of an effort by the state to thwart … scams.
The father, who is now an advocate, has spent the past two years looking for ways to address social isolation.
Ryan said his growing family was a factor in his decision.
Regan Jelks was found not guilty of manslaughter, but was convicted on weapons charges.