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Tiernan on trailing Drazan: ‘Uphill climb, but still possible’

Bob Tiernan is currently trailing Christine Drazan by about 13,000 votes in the Republican primary for Oregon governor. → Read More

$10M to be used toward cleaning up garbage around metro

$10 million in new state funding can now be used to help clean up dumped garbage in Portland. → Read More

Allergy season is underway as COVID-19 lingers

It’s clear it’s the middle of cold, flu and allergy season, but this season comes as COVID-19 still lingers across the United States. → Read More

Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival returns for its 38th season

The 38th annual Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn opens Friday. → Read More

True Crime Tuesday: What happened to Angela Kay Krueger

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Crime Stoppers of Oregon is offering a $2,500 reward for information in the unsolved murder of Angela Kay Krueger. The hosts from the Murder in the Rain podcast break down the case. → Read More

Portland Saturday Market returns for its 48th season

In a little more than 24 hours, a Portland favorite will return to its full glory! → Read More

Oaks Amusement Park to reopen for spring break

A sign of spring in Portland going back over a century is around the corner! → Read More

Fairview to gain 37-foot fork, may be tallest in the world

A 37-foot fork will be delivered to Fairview Tuesday morning where the Guinness Book of Work Record will determine if it's the tallest fork in the world. → Read More

Virus infections for Olympic athletes rising

Athletes and team officials are testing positive for COVID-19 at much higher rates than other people arriving in China for the Beijing Olympics, organizers said Tuesday. → Read More

Florida district to pay $26 million to shooting victims

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — The Broward County, Florida, school district will pay more than $26 million to the families of 17 people killed and some of those injured in the 2018 Valentine’s Day massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Board members approved the two legal settlements on Tuesday. A total of $25 million […] → Read More

Make sure your car is ready for those icy roads

Winter may not officially be here yet, but the cold weather certainly is. Now is the time to check over your car, truck or SUV and make sure it’s ready for winter. → Read More

Deadline to enroll in Medicare is soon

There are only a few days left to enroll in Medicare. The deadline to file for 2022 coverage is less than a week away -- Wednesday, December 15. → Read More

PPB to address spike in 2021 traffic deaths

Tuesday morning, members of the Portland Traffic Division will hold a press conference to answer questions about the reasons why officials believe this spike is taking place and their efforts to minimize the deaths. → Read More

Oregonian crowned National Miss Juneteenth

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A teen is putting Oregon on the map after being crowned National Miss Juneteenth. Last month, 17-year-old Aceia Spade from Eugene won the pageant held in Tulsa, OK. Spade’s title comes after the United States made Juneteenth a federal holiday. Oregon also made it a state holiday last June. Juneteenth is […] → Read More

Tech Tuesday: Netflix offers games, what are vaccine robots, flying cars

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — KOIN 6 News spoke with an expert Tuesday morning to talk about the latest tech headlines. Tech expert Greg Nibler explained how Netflix is now offering games for subscribers for popular shows such as Bridgerton. As for the future, vaccine robots and flying cars could one day come to life. → Read More

OR court: Illegal to deny gun sales to people 18 and 20

The Oregon Court of Appeals has reversed a lower court’s decision to throw out an age discrimination lawsuit against a gun retailer, declaring it illegal to deny gun sales to buyers between the ages of 18 and 20. → Read More

How the private sector brought science to life amid the pandemic

From coronavirus to cancer, America's innovating community has been mobilized like never before. → Read More

Celebrating Nat’l Orange Wine Day

Carrie Wynkoop, owner of the Oregon wine club, Cellar 503, joined AM Extra to talk about orange wine and other big trends in the industry. → Read More

Wallet Wednesday: Credit union supports Hispanic community

KOIN 6 is honoring Hispanic heritage by highlighting a Pacific Northwest company working hard to empower and support the Hispanic community. → Read More

Health officials: Don’t skip the flu shot

Even though we're still living in a pandemic, doctors say now is still the time of year to get a flu shot. → Read More