A little-known state database has a picture of you. Critics fear how the government might use it.
It’s safe to say most Oregonians are neither terrorists,
criminals nor illegal immigrants. But the 500,000 people who get their
pictures taken for their driver’s license each year are having the
For decades, cars filled with parents and children in
search of Halloween pumpkins have streamed out U.S. 30 to Sauvie Island.
And one island farm has dominated the business: the Pumpkin Patch, run
After sex abuse charges, a Lake Oswego au pair agency denies placing a woman in harm’s way.
She was 18 when she came to Oregon from Germany as an au
pair and moved in with an Intel manager and his family in September
2010. She agreed to provide live-in child care so she could go to school