The Girl Who Could Fly
She was overweight, a chain-smoker and deeply unhappy. Then Patti Dillon began to run.
The Betrayal of Fay Stender
The radical lawyer gained fame defending Black Panthers leader Huey Newton, but she got in too deep.
NASA's Deep-Space Dreamer
Gene Cernan, the last man on the moon, saw the potential power and glory of the slumbering space program.
The Rise of Katherine Dunn
How the late Portland author survived hard times and became a literary legend.
The Detective Who Knew Too Much
Don DuPay's police career haunts him. He's still trying to get justice.
Tempest Storm's American Horror Story
Strange things happened when the world's most famous burlesque performer took over Portland.
The 'Real' D.B. Cooper Revealed
Intrepid journalist Darrell Houston obsessed over the mysterious skyjacker -- and finally figured out his identity.
Jazz chanteuse Lavay Smith takes her sex-powered musical-resurrection act nationwide.
In the Matter of Lloyd D. Stevenson
A police "sleeper hold" killed a Portland man 35 years ago. The victim's family still struggles with what happened.
Loh and Behold
How author and performer Sandra Tsing Loh became our laugh-out-loud poet of self-doubt.
Now She's Talking
Accused of protecting a philandering president and sent to prison, Susan McDougal wouldn't back down.
Memories of a high school dream girl who dreamed beyond her reach.
The Rise and Fall of the Cascades
How a plucky squad of Portland underdogs crashed team tennis' free-spending party -- and didn't live to tell about it.
The Remaking of a President
Richard Nixon is back -- and he's ready for his close-up.