Before the Affordable Care Act, children died because insurance companies regularly refused treatment.
Pamela has cerebral palsy and is unable to speak or write. She prays daily for an electronic keyboard to help her communicate.
Peaceful protesters are corralled by an aggressive Portland Police Bureau.
During an economic recession a local radio station holds a laughing contest in the center of Portland's Courthouse Square.
The assistant pilot gets to don a 'clean suit' to check the high performance engine of an F-15 at the annual air show.
Most locals aren't aware of the nudist colony above their small town even though it has been there for decades.
When only 11 years old, Ray Deford set fire to a building housing Mexican immigrants, killing eight. This is the only extant photo of the youngest convicted mass murderer.
A Helvetia, Oregon, farmer puts sunglasses on hand-raised Odo, to distract the alpaca so let him get his chores done.
Amy Roloff's dream was to be a mother despite her small size. This was the photo series that led to the Roloff family's cable television show, "Little People."
Six-year-old Timmy's wounds are debrided (scoured) twice daily, an extremely painful process. His t-shirt caught fire when he was playing with matches. Part of a series following Timmy at the newly opened burn unit at Evanston Hospital.
The Washington County jail was too old and too small for current needs. Part of a before and after series on the new jail.
The emergence of a new trend in hair color.
Portland, Oregon, earned world recognition for their implementation of an urban growth boundary in the 1970's. Every 20 years the easing of the boundary is discussed, and usually tabled.