5 shootings, 4 injuries reported over weekend in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Police responded to incidents in Sumner, Mill Park, Old Town/Chinatown, King and Powellhurst-Gilbert

Weekend blaze damages apartments

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Six units were affected and as many as 11 people were displaced by the May 19 fire in Beaverton.

Plaid Pantry in Woodstock robbed at gunpoint, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Portland convenience store robbed by three teenagers on Saturday, May 19 around 5 a.m., police say

Camp Withycombe buzzes during Living History Day

Clackamas Review - News
The 22nd-annual Living History Day returns to Camp Withycombe in Clackamas on Saturday, May 19.

Marylhurst faculty challenge decision to close university

Portland Tribune - News
Several faculty members met with the board of trustees Wednesday and offered a brief statement of how they could work together on ways to avoid…

Police shoot and kill man who threatened them with weapon

Gresham Outlook - News
Officer-involved shooting after suspicious car in southwest Gresham early Friday morning

Brown plans to address property tax system

Portland Tribune - News
The governor says she plans to work with Senate revenue Chair Mark Hass, in 2019 on a ballot referral.

Williams prioritizes pot trafficking, public safety

Portland Tribune - News
U.S. Attorney says he will 'not make broad proclamations of blanket immunity from prosecution to those who violate federal law.'

Man arrested for trafficking heroin and meth, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Eddie Breedwell arrested at Westwind Hotel Apartments on Thursday, May 17 in Portland.

Marylhurst's legacy of growth & renewal

Lake Oswego Review - News
The college campus on the Willamette River has always adapted to the needs of the surrounding community

After 7 years, Sharon Soliday to resign effective June 30

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone School Board chair plans to continue to lead board of directors of Children First for Oregon

New law could pave path for more ADUs

Portland Tribune - News
Many of Portland's suburbs have barriers to new construction that planners say are akin to 'poison pills.'

Primary turnout the lowest since 1964

Portland Tribune - News
Only about 33 percent of registered voters cast a ballot in Tuesday's election.

Lake Oswego School District approves proposal for recovery…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Facility for students in grades 9-12 will be the first of its kind in Oregon when it opens its doors in August 2019

PPS teacher: Rewarding misbehavior?

Portland Tribune - News
Sam Leach, a Portland teacher whom investigators found yelled at and pushed students, then got two student management jobs.

Arrest made in Sexton Mountain shooting

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A female minor was picked up in Vancouver, Wash., and charged with the May 11 shooting.

Man injured in early morning shooting

Portland Tribune - News
Police said several people heard multiple gunshots and took shelter inside a locked room in the restaurant.

Veterans to be honored at Oregon Military Museum this…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas museum hosting the 22nd Annual Living History Day on Saturday, May 19, in recognition of Armed Forces Day

People of Providence - Meet R. Bryan Bell, M.D., D.D.S.,…

Portland Tribune - News
SPONSORED CONTENT: The People of Providence is brought to you by the Providence Foundations of Oregon

Zoo's Pescado and Patata get their feet wet

Portland Tribune - News
Zoo visitors soon might be able to see the gray fluffy Humboldt penguin chicks exploring rocky terrain and deep pools at the Penguinarium.

Beaverton schools notch big win

Beaverton Valley Times - News
With early numbers in, more than 70 percent of voters voted in favor of a levy to pay for more teachers.

Primary voters set up competitive race for Oregon governor

Portland Tribune - News
Hardesty, Smith to duke it out for Portland City Council seat in November general election.

Buehler wants teacher oversight bill in special session

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Knute Buehler, the GOP nominee for governor, challenges opponent Gov. Kate Brown to changing the focus of the special session May 21 toward…

Voters return Fish to Portland City Hall, polls show

Portland Tribune - News
Early returns show Commissioner Nick Fish besting challenger Julia DeGraw by a two-to-one margin.

Schrader leading Wright in Democratic race for 5th…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Incumbent ahead with 86.5 percent of votes; Mark Callahan leads the field in the Republican primary

Stage set for general election in Senate District 26, House…

Sandy Post - News
Candidates get small taste of what's to come in November general election with primary results

Hardesty and Smith heading into runoff for council seat

Portland Tribune - News
If no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote, the two front runners will face off in November's general election.

Clackamas County Clerk Sherry Hall will face runoff election

Clackamas Review - News
Sherry Healy and Pamela White, the two candidates trying to unseat incumbent, now down to just White

Paul Savas wins third term on Clackamas County Commission

Sandy Post - News
Savas - who was challenged by Oak Grove resident Peter Winter and Louise Lopes of Mulino - came in at 60 percent

Tualatin voters give green light to traffic relief bond

The Times - News
The $20 million bond is expected to solve a variety of traffic woes and included adding new travel lanes along Tualatin-Sherwood Road

Peterson elected Metro President

Portland Tribune - News
Some predicted an easy win for Peterson, whose prior experience and limited opposition made her a strong candidate.

Rang Barse, Festival of Color, celebrates arrival of spring

Portland Tribune - News
Hillsboro plays host to the giddy Indian celebration for a fifth year, as people come from throughout the Northwest to shower each other in dye.

Hwang, Gorsek to face off in general election

Gresham Outlook - News
House district 49 incumbent to face challenger in November general election.

Diller in strong lead for Democratic spot SD 13

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
With 60 percent of the vote in early returns, Wilsonville's Paul Diller appears to have defeated Sarah Grider for the Dem ticket on Sen. Thatcher's…

Gladstone library measure passes; voters also approve land…

Clackamas Review - News
Construction at City Hall site dependent on May 15 vote; city charter requires votes on potential park locations

Buehler wins GOP nomination for governor

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Knute Buehler of Bend, Portland retired pilot Greg Wooldridge and Bend businessman Sam Carpenter ended a bitter battle for the GOP nomination…

Sources Say: Portland budget director 12th to go

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Washington court ruling clouds proposed renter protection and outside, independent groups spend big in Oregon primary election.

Family files suit in death of climber

Sandy Post - News
Seattle man John Thornton Jenkins, 32, died during rescue from Mount Hood on May 7, 2017

With individual mandate nixed, Obamacare rates going up

Portland Tribune - News
Insurers propose increases for those buying own health plans; state invites comment.

Carla Piluso wins primary after running unopposed

Gresham Outlook - News
Piluso could face challenge from Republican write-in candidate in the November election

Shemia Fagan bests Sen. Rod Monroe in Democratic…

Portland Tribune - News
Unofficial results show Fagan at about 62 percent; Monore at 22; and Kayse Jama at 16 in primary for Senate District 24

Two prominent locals charged in sex assault

Portland Tribune - News
Political hopeful Charles McGee, banker Aubre Dickson enter not guilty pleas in high-profile case.

Kim Stafford named Oregon's ninth Poet Laureate

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Prolific author grew up in Lake Oswego; he'll serve for two years and lead dozens of public readings

Jayapal wins open Multnomah seat; auditors head to…

Portland Tribune - News
Community activist won race to represent North and Northeast Portland on county board

Rep. Richard Vial leading in House District 26…

The Times - News
Incumbent Rep. Richard Vial currently leads opponent Dan Laschober by 2-1 margin.

Family builders challenge driveway policy

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Bureau of Transportation, small home building company at odds over single-driveway duplex policy.

Unemployment steady in April as economy decelerates

Portland Tribune - News
During the past year, 29,600 jobs were added, a gain of 1.6 percent, which is a slowdown from the more rapid expansion during the prior few years.

Metro Councilor Shirley Craddick reelected

Gresham Outlook - News
Craddick ran unopposed for District 1, which covers East Multnomah County, during the May 15 Oregon election

Hoyle rolls to victory in labor commissioner race

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Lane County legislator tops longtime Tualatin Mayor Lou Ogden by winning in Willamette Valley and I-5 corridor. Ogden won Eastern and…

Happy Valley residents vote to approve taxes for…

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley officials said they need the funds due to the city's action last year to withdraw from the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District

'Hunched' man with knife robs U.S. Bank near PSU

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police responded to the robbery on Harrison Street around 2 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15.

Treece tops Malinowski for county commissioner in…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
UPDATE: The incumbent holds just over 41 percent of the vote in unofficial returns as of Wednesday.

Portland voters overwhelmingly passing Children's…

Portland Tribune - News
The $18 million annual levy looks to continue to be able to fund a wide variety of local programs for kids.

Sources Say: Mayor's revised city budget set for…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, grand jury clears police officers and deputy in shooting and Beam chosen for redevelopment project

Bicyclist fighting for life after crash with truck

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police responded to the crash around 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 15 on Nicolai Street.

'Dangerous' woman sought in connection to…

Clackamas Review - News
The incident started as a fight between Helen Dandrea's ex-boyfriend and her new boyfriend, inside a rural Clackamas County home

Kathy Wai: 'Get ready for change' with TriMet

Clackamas Review - News
North Clackamas School Board member, 31, would replace retired Tigard City Manager Craig Prosser, who was first appointed to the TriMet Board in 2011

New men's shelter will help offset closure

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County tries to plug holes as homeless numbers keep rising in Portland and the rest of the county.

UPDATE: Suspect shot at Burger King identified

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County Sheriff's deputies are on paid administrative leave after Monday confrontation.

Former animal control officer sentenced

Portland Tribune - News
Randall Brown gets 18 months in prison for defrauding Multnomah County to buy gold bullion, knives and survival gear.

NCSD names Beatrice Cannady Elementary School

Clackamas Review - News
School board rejects names for high school after Oregon Supreme Court Justice, former Oregon Symphony music director

12th/Washington finally to get a traffic signal

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City's busy, hilly intersection is location of frequent vehicle crashes

Consultants: I-5 tolls could be a pilot

Portland Tribune - News
As a committee considers at least five options for tolling Interstate 5 and Interstate 205 through Portland, modeling by ODOT consultants begins to…

Two arrested after Friday night shooting

Gresham Outlook - News
Christopher Charles Carhart, 25, and Fontaine Lamont Adams, 37, are both being lodged at the Multnomah County Jail

VW settlement money to help replace polluting…

Portland Tribune - News
DEQ says it will replace more than 450 older buses with Oregon's share of the national settlement with the German automaker, which tried to thwart…

Volunteers get down and dirty in Portland cemetery

Portland Tribune - News
Volunteers spend their Saturday cleaning Lone Fir Cemetery in preparation for Memorial Day.

Man with 33 convictions released from jail, wanted…

Portland Tribune - News
Melvin Tillman, 63, is wanted on a felony warrant for second-degree burglary, police say.

Motorcyclist is 16th traffic fatality of the year

Portland Tribune - News
Man dies after crashing his motorcycle Sunday evening on the interchange connecting I-84 and I-205.

Man killed by car after fire ignites at Oregon City…

Clackamas Review - News
UPDATE: Person who died in crash identified as John William Pundyk of Oregon City

Local man takes his life after short pursuit by…

Newberg Graphic - News
Police find a Newberg man dead in his Nissan Pathfinder near Sportsman Airpark early Sunday morning

62-year-old blinded by live-in caregiver, police say

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Aloha resident Michel Roper, 34, was using illegal drugs that cause mental illness, police say.

ODOT: Expect more lifts of Interstate Bridge this…

Portland Tribune - News
The Interstate 5 bridge between Oregon and Washington was raised six times on Saturday, May 12.

One injured in rural Clackamas County shooting

Portland Tribune - News
The incident started as a fight between two acquaintances, both males, inside a home.

Council delays mandatory quake fixes for old…

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler says the council needs more time to reach consensus after hearing from both sides.

Teenage girl bystander shot in Gresham

Portland Tribune - News
Police say bullet fired by man during argument two blocks away hit the girl, who was rushed to the hospital.

Annual parade streams through downtown St. Johns

Portland Tribune - News
Thousands participated in the 56th annual St. Johns Parade on Saturday, May 12 in Portland.

UPDATE: Victim of homicidal violence identified

Portland Tribune - News
Police said Gene Gora's body was discovered on May 10 by a friend visiting a residence.

Army recruiter in Gresham accused of felony sex…

Gresham Outlook - News
Antonio Francisco Marquez, 40, was parent volunteer at Troutdale Elementary School, police say

GOP candidates tussle in debate over 'desperation,'…

Portland Tribune - News
Radio talk show host Lars Larson wrangles three top challengers with questions on death penalty, taxes and ways to defeat Gov. Brown.

Metro sides with city in dispute over Basalt Creek

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
The contested region of undeveloped area between Wilsonville and Tualatin will be designated for industrial use

Service restored for TriMet Red and Blue trains

Portland Tribune - News
Providence Park and Kings Hill MAX stations reopen after six-day closure in Southwest Portland.

Nazi camp's resistance newspaper exhibited in…

Portland Tribune - Features
Vedem exhibit runs through May 27 at Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education.

Candidate challenges Blumenauer from afar . . .…

Portland Tribune - News
'In my heart, I am a Portlander, I just haven't gotten there yet. But elect me and I will never leave.'

Reynolds educators offer alternatives to cutting…

Gresham Outlook - News
The Reynolds School District faces a deep $2.7 million shortfall in state funding, and has proposed the elimination of 24 teaching jobs in order to…

Hawaii volcano's gas gas gas probably won't reach NW

Portland Tribune - News
Meteorologists don't think we'll see a Mount St. Helens-like pillar of steam and ash drifting into the Pacific jet stream.

Judge decides PPS employee leave records are not…

Portland Tribune - News
In a bench ruling May 11, Multnomah Circuit Court Judge Matarazzo accepts Portland Tribune's and parent activist's arguments for releasing the…

Wapato tour showcases homeless shelter possibilities

Portland Tribune - News
New owner Jordan Schnitzer talks about bringing the community together to find a public benefit for the never-opened Multnomah County jail.

Police respond to 2 shootings, 1 injury in East…

Portland Tribune - News
Shootings in Parkrose Heights, Brentwood-Darlington neighborhoods not connected, police say.

Fred Meyer robber armed with baseball bat, bug spray

Portland Tribune - News
Store at 100 NW 20th Place near Providence Park stadium robbed on Thursday, May 10, police say.

Morelock to leave Lake Oswego School District for…

Lake Oswego Review - News
LOSD's departing assistant superintendent will serve on an interim basis for 2018-19 school year; he replaces outgoing Superintendent Kym…

Washington ruling raises questions about tenant…

Portland Tribune - News
A judge has struck down a 'first come, first served' policy in Seattle that is similar to one being considered by Commissioner Eudlay.

Biketown design winners ready to pedal their art

Portland Tribune - Sustainable Life
Five new bike designs representing neighborhoods and history will be among the classic orange Biketown bikes this summer.

Skeletal remains found near Hart family crash site

West Linn Tidings - News
Two of six children have remained missing since the March crash in California

East County conservation district buys land to help…

Portland Tribune - News
Group promotes best practices on land set aside for agriculture near Gresham.

Pushing for stronger safeguards at St. Mary's in…

Portland Tribune - News
A local writer who knew former teacher Francesca Cronan and former student Ariana Garay is urging her alma mater to do more to prevent abuse in light…

Elderly female pedestrian dies of crash injuries

Portland Tribune - News
According to police, this is the 15th traffic fatality of the year. The total was 10 at this time last year.

Poll: GOP primary for governor getting closer

Portland Tribune - News
A recent poll by a Democratic polling firm shows Sam Carpenter is edging up to Rep. Knute Buehler in the race for the Republican nomination May 15.

PCC Rock Creek nets new president

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Christopher Villa comes from Los Angeles Mission College to lead campus in Washington County.

Report details Portland Public's failure to…

Portland Tribune - News
An extensive 322-page report shows how PPS failed to investigate teacher Mitch Whitehurst and offers recommendations for improving response moving…

Libertarians on the road to resolving split

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's largest minor party split in 2011 in a dispute over the party's bylaws.
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