State, county at odds over SoloPower taxes

Portland Tribune - News
Heavily subsidized company owes big money for defunct plant. County seeks back taxes for Portland Public Schools.

Traffic jams undermine essential bus service

Portland Tribune - News
City studies ways to relieve congestion on TriMet routes to help meet future growth goals

Sources Say: Nation takes note of Portland history of…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, potential candidates wait for Fish's decision and Brown spends big on her reelection

Volunteers needed for 10th annual Johnson Creek cleanup

Clackamas Review - News
This year marks the 10th annual creek cleanup, and organizers are hoping for around 150 people to respond on Aug. 26

Speaker Paul Ryan talks tax reform, party unity at Intel

Portland Tribune - News
Republican leader restates distaste for white supremacists, hate groups in meeting with Intel employees

Lines for Life awarded exclusive national veterans contract

Portland Tribune - News
Portland-based crisis response nonprofit hiring additional employees to handle expected 1,200 or more calls a month from veterans seeking help

City eyes warehouse site in Old Town Chinatown for 3-story…

Portland Tribune - News
Called too expensive, site was previously shot down for Right 2 Dream Too. Now, pending lease, could be largest shelter in Old Town.

State economists: Taxpayers can expect a 'kicker'

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon will return nearly $464 million to taxpayers as revenue collections exceeded estimates.

GOP lawmakers seek to repeal gun protection law

Portland Tribune - News
The new law proposed by a fellow Republican would have allowed law enforcement to seize weapons from people who pose a risk to themselves or others.

Oak Grove sees time for Clackamas County action on zoning

Clackamas Review - News
The new chairman of the McLoughlin-area planning committee doesn't see much hope in the effort to block a self-storage facility

Richardson ends speculation he'll run for governor

Portland Tribune - News
Secretary of State Dennis Richardson confirmed Wednesday he is staying out of the 2018 gubernatorial race.

Washington County sets hearing on quarry regulations

Portland Tribune - News
Smaller sites needed to supply construction materials for a fast-growing area, county commissioners are told

Lake Oswego commemorates eclipse with two cool posters

Lake Oswego Review - News
Proceeds will benefit the Parks & Recreation Department's scholarship program

Governor defends state's cannabis regulations

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown wrote a letter Wednesday pushing back against accusations by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions that Oregon has failed to protect…

Murder suspect held after body found in SW apartment

Portland Tribune - News
Paris McConville went to the front lobby of the Central Precinct Tuesday afternoon and reported a dead person in an apartment in the 700 block of…

Washington County will consider broader definition of…

Portland Tribune - News
Code change would allow co-location of independent- and assisted-living facilities with nursing homes.

Wheeler, Fish tilt toward police critics

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioners back prompt interviews in officer linked shootings. '48-hour rule' spurs rift between officials, district attorney.

TriMet: Hop passes now work on phones

Portland Tribune - News
Riders can download app to board buses and trains with phones, but are reminded to tap everyb time

A novel approach to tree preservation in Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Review - News
First Addition resident Becky James collected signatures to oppose a tree removal while standing under the tree itself

Health Authority's acting director aims to heal troubled…

Portland Tribune - News
Pat Allen, replacing Lynne Saxton, applies for the permanent job. Allen headed Department of Consumer and Business Services since 2011.

Salem vexed by dull banner, looks to redesign city flag

Portland Tribune - News
Some residents see Portland's city symbol as better design. Grandson of original flag designer backs idea.

OEA's new president seeks conservative inclusion

Portland Tribune - News
John Larson, who took the OEA helm July 10, has a background of union advocacy with a bipartisan backdrop.

Governor signs transportation funding bill

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown officially signed the $5.3 billion legislation Friday but plans to hold a ceremonial signing in Ontario, Bend, Medford, Portland and…

Lake Oswego neighbors celebrate connectivity

Lake Oswego Review - News
Nextdoor honors Uplands' Paul Lyons for his role in bringing the social networking site to Oregon

City Hall Watch: Want to know what city will be like in…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Better Naito finished and marked by press conference, and interactive affordable housingmap posted

Speaker Paul Ryan, Congressman Greg Walden to tour Intel…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Ryan and Walden will visit Hillsboro and host Milwaukie fundraiser during the day-long Portland stop

Morning turns to dusk as eclipse rolls over Northwest crowds

Portland Tribune - News
Portland-area residents watched from rooftops and open fields as the eclipse slowly spread beginning at about 9:05 a.m. Aug. 21, and then reached its…

Eclipse cloaks Gresham

Gresham Outlook - News
Eerie phenomenon thrilled locals as sky darkened and temperatures quickly dropped

Community comes together to watch eclipse in the park

Sandy Post - News
Dozens started off their mornings with doughnuts, coffee, joint viewing of natural phenomenon

Wounded veterans rediscover slice of military life in…

Portland Tribune - News
Operation Enduring Warrior helps vets find familiar camaraderie through Spartan Race.

Crowds gather at Capitol to view eclipse

Portland Tribune - News
Officials prepped about a year, though things seemed more subdued in Salem than some had feared.

Eclipse enthusiasts gather at Milo McIver

Estacada News - News
Approximately 40 people gathered at the park's equestrian meadow area to watch the eclipse

Bicyclist killed in collision with garbage truck

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police said victim was 41-year-old Tamar Monhait of Portland. Truck driver remained at the scene and cooperated in the investigation.

Campers find comfortable spots in Salem's path of totality

Portland Tribune - News
Locals appeared to be ready for an influx, with signs for garages sales visible every few blocks. Businesses are cashing in with commemorative…

Woman, child shot, man stabbed in SE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police identify suspect in crime spree that injured at least nine Sunday afternoon, including a multi-vehicle crash on Southeast Division

Firefighters may make limited emergency room trips

Portland Tribune - News
City Council to consider ordinance breaking with traditional arrangement with private ambulance companies on Wednesday

Hit-and-run driver kills child, surrenders

Portland Tribune - News
Carlton Dean Burton, 63, turned faces three separate charges, including criminally negligent homicide

Hit-and-run driver sought in Clackamas County

Portland Tribune - News
Public asked to help find driver who seriously injured a bicyclist in unincorporated Woodburn on Friday evening

SLIDESHOW: Eclipse Hate PDX rally commemorates…

Portland Tribune - News
Marchers cross both the Hawthorne and Morrison bridges, while police keep away from the event entirely

Portland rally shows solidarity with Virginia victims

Portland Tribune - News
Heather Heyer was in a crowd of people rallying against White Nationalists and White Supremacists who marched in Charlottesville.

Bemis: Intolerance, hate not our values

Gresham Outlook - News
In reaction to Charlottesville, mayor says Gresham has no place for intolerance or ignorance.

Christian assault victim blames police for May 26…

Portland Tribune - News
'I told them they need to catch him because he's going to kill somebody. It happened the next day on the same train I was taking,' Demetria Hester…

Habitat for Humanity truck stolen from lot

Gresham Outlook - News
Vehicle was used to pick up salvage materials for resale stores in Portland metro region.

Oregon City code exempts county's homeless-veterans…

Clackamas Review - News
PSU architecture students transforming Pickathon music stage into 'sleeping pods' in Clackamas County

18 caught in 4 hours driving, using phones on…

Clackamas Review - News
UPDATE: OCPD will be conducting its third Pedestrian Safety Operation on from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30

Police chase ends in crash, arrest, one escapee

The Times - News
Tigard K-9 unit assists; people are asked to help but not to approach fugitive.

DREAMERS' reality: living in limbo

Portland Tribune - News
With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in jeopardy, undocumented immigrants who arrived in Oregon and the rest of the country as…

Overlook neighborhood sinks into turmoil over…

Portland Tribune - News
Controversial bylaw excluding homeless abandoned, but neighborhood leader not optimistic about Good Neighborhood Agreement.

Wheeler letter blasting former chief O'Dea is…

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler's necent notice to Larry O'Dea that he committed a firing offense won't impact ex-chief's retirement

Legacy says recalled eclipse glasses distributed at…

Portland Tribune - News
Online giant Amazon said Aug. 12 that hundreds of eclipse glasses sold by a handful of companies may be unsafe and may not meet ISO certification for…

Lake Oswego lender to pay $192 million to defrauded…

Portland Tribune - News
Aequitas Capital reached the settlement with several state attorneys general, including Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum.

Area nonprofits, Multnomah County library work to…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland-area library workers handed out 20,000 pairs of eclipse glasses over 11 days.

Fish says cancer diagnosis 'biggest challenge I…

Portland Tribune - News
City Commissioner being treated through OHSU for adenocarcinoma after months of abdominal pain and weight loss.

City to get control of Powell, eventually

Portland Tribune - News
Shift intended to improve safety, amenities along heavily used Oregon highway in Southeast Portland, but deatails remain to be worked out

Loretta Smith eyes next run for office

Portland Tribune - News
Tax issue resolved, Multnomah County Commissioner reflects on her career and ponders her future

Who makes Portland better? City asks for Spirit…

Portland Tribune - News
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33rd annual event will celebrate local leaders and organizers who have helped make the city better.

Eclipse tips for those staying close to home

Portland Tribune - News
The view in Portland will still be spectacular, just plan ahead and know where you want to go

Sources Say: Buehler's run brings out the knives

Portland Tribune - News
Also, another racist killing happens before TriMet finalzes memorial plans and former Deputy Police Chief Kevin Modica has a new gig

Police seeking fugitive who fled after auto chase

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Suspect from Washington State's most wanted list approached at Baldock Rest Area south of Wilsonville

Gov. Kate Brown taps Pat Allen to take over…

Portland Tribune - News
Allen will succeed ousted director Lynne Saxton until a permanent director is found

Mounted patrol rides into history

Portland Tribune - News
The City Council's decision to discontinue the patrol surprised many. The unit had been moved out of its former home at Centennial Mills two years…

Washington County board goes back to Plan A for…

Portland Tribune - News
Plan will drop added conditions for outright permitted uses such as tastings; industry will withdraw challenge pending with state board.

Deckert will seek Washington County board leadership

Portland Tribune - News
Former state legislator and business association president is fourth to seek position being vacated by Andy Duyck in 2018.

Underhill, Wheeler shroud local hiring

Portland Tribune - News
Hiding the names of police chief finalists could set precedent for future public hirings

5 things to know about Portland State University's…

Portland Tribune - News
Rahmat Shoureshi, an engineer, academic administrator and inventor, started work Monday, Aug. 14.

Advice to eclipse watchers: Just enjoy it

Portland Tribune - News
If skies are clear on the morning of Aug. 21, eclipse watchers within the path of totality should see almost two full minutes of darkness as the moon…

At airport, more than 400 aircraft flying in for…

Madras Pioneer - News
Air traffic control will be necessary at the Madras airport from Friday through Monday to handle aircraft.

Two years later, Oregon Health Authority director…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown asks Saxton to resign after years of controversy and Portland Tribune article on secret smear plan

Governor spares SW Capitol Highway project in veto…

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown reversed her plan to veto the project after outcry from the state's congressional delegation, bicyclists and others. She still vetoed…

Permanent supportive housing in the works

Portland Tribune - News
Homeless advocates working to make sure affordable housing bond helps fund units with social services

Jaguar spices up Boring in new video

Portland Tribune - News
Local man who grew up near Boring shoots promotion for luxury carmaker in places he knows well

Unemployment rate hovers near record low

Business Tribune - News
During the past 12 months, Oregon has added about 56,200 jobs. Construction led the way with the highest job gain in the past year, according to…

Profiles: Learn more about the finalists in House…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Salinas, Kohlhoff, Buck and Simon will vie for the seat vacated by former state Rep. Ann Lininger

APES pollution control still up in the air

Portland Tribune - News
Oil recyling refinery still hasn't installed anti-smog devices, facing fines by Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality.

Police chase results in two arrests

Gresham Outlook - News
East Portland Police officers say incidents that lead to two arrests are unrelated.

Wyden gives recognition to Holocaust survivors

Portland Tribune - News
Les and Eva Aigner have lived in Portland almost 60 years after surviving Nazi Germany execution of 6 million Jews during WW II.

City Hall Watch: Police shooting interview rule…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the Safari Showcase strip club will be replaced with affordable housing and the City Council tentativelly approves a controversial Southwest…

Body armor on the way for Lake Oswego Police…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Officers Chase and Szemi will both recieve bullet- and stab-resistant vests from national nonprofit

Advocates demonstrate for protections of…

Portland Tribune - News
Salem was a stop on a West Coast tour to advocate for maintaining protections for undocumented immigrants who were taken to the United States as…

OMSI educator beams over eclipse opportunity

The Times - News
Jim Todd spoke to Tigard Rotarians at their meeting last week about the upcoming event.

Hundreds rally at City Hall to protest Virginia…

Portland Tribune - News
Use of Nazi flags, violence and racist speeches in Charlottesville on Saturday draw response in Portland.

Inmate found dead in Multnomah County Detention…

Portland Tribune - News
Name of inmate and cause of death not immediately released, although sheriff's office says no sign of foul play

Two arrested, two guns seized by Gang Enforcement…

Portland Tribune - News
Saturday night chase results in seperate arrests and gun seizures in East Portland

Police seeking missing 61-year-old man

Portland Tribune - News
Alfonso Rodriguez-Ramirez was last seen in Oregon City but is know to visit Portland

Pan Africa festival helps people remember their…

Portland Tribune - News
New festival draws large crowd to Pioneer Courthouse Square to celebrate those of African descent.

Overlook Neighborhood Association looks to exclude…

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: City threatens to cease recognizing association if they vote to enact bylaws that would prevent homeless from being members. Meeting location…

Shot fired during rap concert at Crystal Ballroom

Portland Tribune - News
There were no injuries. Following an argument and gunshot, the suspect left the downtown concert venue.

Landlords appeal ruling upholding Portland tenant…

Portland Tribune - News
Appeal filed after majority of City Council indictes it will not only renew but expand the protections later this year

Stabbing investigation underway in Gresham

Gresham Outlook - News
The man who was stabbed is in the hospital with what appears to be non-life threatening injuries.

Portland Public Schools announces new…

Portland Tribune - News
The school board on Friday offered top district job to Guadalupe Guerrero, a San Francisco schools administrator

Cigarette butt sparks home fire in Troutdale

Gresham Outlook - News
Smoke alarm alerts mother and children to blaze on vinyl siding in Troutdale home fire.

Blumenauer urges Brown to not veto SW Capitol…

Portland Tribune - News
Congressman says governor is wrong to suggest the safety improvements have not been carefully studied and approved by transportation experts

Health care, North Korea dominate topics at Wyden…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat speaks at the final of eight meetings in current round, this one at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas.

Consultant named to look at Clackamas County…

Portland Tribune - News
Sheriff sought review, and commissioners choose firm, after a now-retired detective pleaded guilty for failure to investigate cases.

Policing forum thanks Marshman, welcomes Outlaw

Portland Tribune - News
Community gathering praises outgoing Portland police chief for his leadership, looks forward to working with his replacement in the near future

City looks to Dignity Village as potential model…

Portland Tribune - News
Hazelnut Grove continues to operate on city land without a contract. City wants neighborhood and village to create a Good Neighborhood Agreement.

Children's diabetes camp sues Bank of America after…

Portland Tribune - News
Foundation claims the bank cashed $480,000 in unendorsed checks from alleged embezzler at Gales Creek Camp nonprofit.

Victims find views of felons evolving

Portland Tribune - News
Giving felons a second chance clashes with the need to ensure safety, creating conflicts that are hard to resolve

Neighbors want electric buses for Division Transit…

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet says no product currently fits the bill for project and still hesitant about making larger committments to all-electric fleet pending more…

Campfires restricted, off-roading banned in Mt.…

Gresham Outlook - News
U.S. Forest Service restricts fires to grills, stoves and fire rings in developed campsites.

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