We investigate the teeny black market, brick by brick.
From murders to bank robberies, we take a peek at the state's grisly past.
Back in 1923, three brothers staged a not-so-great train robbery.
Here's a look at the numbers.
Involving a waterlogged bronze babe and a full-on police investigation.
Paul Collins's new book, Blood and Ivy, exhumes a once-infamous doctor-on-doctor crime.
New true crime series Evidence of Innocence tells an all-too-common story.
In To the Bridge, Portland author Nancy Rommelmann attempts to comprehend an incomprehensible crime.
The Oregon Woman: No Shelter
A dispatch from Cave Junction.
A thief stole a work of art from the bathroom of Pip’s Original Doughnuts. The rub? They left a forged replica in its place.
From Native American trail to car mall, the Burnside-Sandy axis has seen a crime-stained past.
Make no mistake: we’re part of the world’s poaching and smuggling epidemic. Meet the Portland investigator battling it.
A new book on local crime and vice makes Portland's modern-day "scandals" seem quaint.
Sarah Bibb of Folly reached out to the community to help her catch a shoplifter—and the viral efforts worked.
Portland's top federal prosecutor pursues elusive sex traffickers.
As a teenager, David Pedersen went to prison after robbing two coffee stands. At 30, he got out—and went on a killing spree. This story examines his history in Oregon’s courts and prisons.
Q & A
Rosie Sizer became Portland's police chief in 2006. Lately, gang violence and a budget crisis have demanded her attention. We sat down with her in late March for a check-in.