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Community reacts to guilty verdicts in Chauvin murder trial

Community reacts to guilty verdicts in Chauvin murder trial

Portland Tribune - News
Reporters for The Outlook, Sandy Post and Estacada News are reaching out for reactions to the historic guilty verdicts against former Minneapolis…
Leaders support Chauvin convictions, promise more reforms

Leaders support Chauvin convictions, promise more reforms

Portland Tribune - News
Responses say much more needs to be done to reform police and end systemic racism.
Suit: Whistleblower alleges embezzlement at Portland union

Suit: Whistleblower alleges embezzlement at Portland union

Portland Tribune - News
Fired employee Zoe Hoyt files lawsuit alleging fraudulent book-keeping at SMART Local 16 in Gresham.
COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time

COVID-19 case shuts down Oregon House a third time

Portland Tribune - News
Floor sessions scheduled to resume April 26; committees will continue to meet virtually.
Officials urge peaceful Floyd protests, say police are ready

Officials urge peaceful Floyd protests, say police are ready

Portland Tribune - News
National Guard, Oregon State Police, others stand ready to assist Portland police.
Big loss for Portland's sports enthusiasts

Big loss for Portland's sports enthusiasts

Portland Tribune - News
Generations of families competed at the Southeast Portland venue, which likely will close for good this year.
Four charged with felonies during violent protests

Four charged with felonies during violent protests

Portland Tribune - News
Police have declared riots three times and unlawful assemblies twice over the past week.
Interstate 5 lanes to close during repaving at Wilsonville

Interstate 5 lanes to close during repaving at Wilsonville

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Department of Transportation plans to repave a portion of the freeway from Boone Bridge to I-205.
Portland police investigating 27th homicide of 2021

Portland police investigating 27th homicide of 2021

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau officers responded to the shooting on Monday night following multiple 911 calls.
Washington, Columbia counties move to higher COVID-19 risk…

Washington, Columbia counties move to higher COVID-19 risk…

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday she will re-impose restrictions over high case counts.
Oregon lawmaker accuses state Rep. Brad Witt of sexual…

Oregon lawmaker accuses state Rep. Brad Witt of sexual…

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Vikki Breese Iverson says Witt harassed her with a 'quid-pro-quo' arrangement.
Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84

Former Congresswoman Elizabeth Furse dies at age 84

Portland Tribune - News
Friends and colleagues recall Washington County congresswoman's push to resolve tough issues.
Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity

Oregon works to shrink COVID-19 vaccine disparity

Portland Tribune - News
Racial and rural disparities are the focus of a new state push to get doses in hard-to-reach places.
Ginny Burdick will leave Oregon Senate after 25 years

Ginny Burdick will leave Oregon Senate after 25 years

Portland Tribune - News
Veteran Portland Democrat will delay her next post on the Northwest Power Council until Nov. 1.
Oregon Rep. Brad Witt offers to take break from committee…

Oregon Rep. Brad Witt offers to take break from committee…

Portland Tribune - News
Another lawmaker has filed a formal complaint against the Clatskanie Democrat, related to a recent incident.
Lloyd's of London could once again pay for Oregon wildfire…

Lloyd's of London could once again pay for Oregon wildfire…

Portland Tribune - News
The state's valuable timber resources are on a long list of unusual things the global company has insured for many years.
Portland City Commissioner Hardesty: Stop setting fires

Portland City Commissioner Hardesty: Stop setting fires

Portland Tribune - News
The commissioner in charge of Portland Fire & Rescue releases a statement after protesters set fires in downtown.
Three-alarm fire subdued in Southeast Portland

Three-alarm fire subdued in Southeast Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Over 70 firefighters responded to the commercial building fire that broke out Monday morning.
Motorcyclist dies during illegal street race

Motorcyclist dies during illegal street race

Portland Tribune - News
Police were told that 350 people were in the North Portland area at the time of the fatal crash.
Passerby calls firefighters to Highland Stillhouse Pub

Passerby calls firefighters to Highland Stillhouse Pub

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City building's blaze quickly extinguished after someone notices smoke
Vaccine eligibility expands on Monday

Vaccine eligibility expands on Monday

Portland Tribune - News
All Oregonians 16 and older will qualify for a COVID-19 shot on April 19 as cases continue to increase.
Homeless camp set on fire in Old Town

Homeless camp set on fire in Old Town

Portland Tribune - News
Police arrest a woman for the Saturday morning arson that started to spread to an adjacent building.
Aloha man killed in Saturday night crash

Aloha man killed in Saturday night crash

Portland Tribune - News
The victim drove his car 20 feet off the road and crashed into a tree near Hillsboro.
Oregon's state song awaits an official makeover

Oregon's state song awaits an official makeover

Portland Tribune - News
A House resolution, which moves to the Senate, changes a few words that some argue reflect a racist past.
Wheeler issues statement on Portland protests, shootings

Wheeler issues statement on Portland protests, shootings

Portland Tribune - News
The mayor said he is committed to improving public safety following a police shooting and violent protests.
Fire and gunshots: Portland police declare downtown riot

Fire and gunshots: Portland police declare downtown riot

Portland Tribune - News
A fatal police shooting spurred a nighttime crowd that smashed windows and set fires in downtown Portland on Friday.
Three finalists chosen for top city job in Gresham

Three finalists chosen for top city job in Gresham

Portland Tribune - News
City Council picks finalists and is seeking community input and involvement in next steps
Officials report mixed news about COVID-19 in Oregon

Officials report mixed news about COVID-19 in Oregon

Portland Tribune - News
The state economy continues to reopen slowly despite health officials' warnings.
Portland police ID officer, man fatally shot in Lents Parks

Portland police ID officer, man fatally shot in Lents Parks

Portland Tribune - News
Eight-year veteran Officer Zacary Delong is on administrative leave after killing a Robert Delgado, who was reported to have been pointing a gun.
Two killed in I-5 crash in North Portland

Two killed in I-5 crash in North Portland

Portland Tribune - News
The freeway has reopened after the investigation into the early Saturday collision.

Protesters rally after Portland cop kills man in…

Portland Tribune - News
Protesters rally after Portland cop kills man in…
UPDATE: Protesters gather at Southeast Portland park after police fatally shoot a white male on Friday morning.

Gresham: Groundwater drills offer 'dramatic cost…

Portland Tribune - News
Gresham: Groundwater drills offer 'dramatic cost…
City takes first steps in looming break with Bull Run, prompted by expected cost hike

Nursery gives workers a shot in the arm

Portland Tribune - News
Nursery gives workers a shot in the arm
J. Frank Schmidt & Son Co. organized a workplace vaccination clinic for their 500 workers

Clackamas County stops short on tolling opposition

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County stops short on tolling opposition
'Values' document recognizes that legislature, ODOT have 'authority' to charge drivers crossing I-205 bridge.

PCC announces retirement of Mark Mitsui, Sylvia…

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PCC announces retirement of Mark Mitsui, Sylvia…
Mitsui, the president of Portland Community College, will retire after the 2021-22 school year.

PBOT to spend $4 million on Fremont Street upgrades

Portland Tribune - News
PBOT to spend $4 million on Fremont Street upgrades
The Portland Bureau of Transportation says the improvements include repaving roads, adding street signs and curb ramps.

Clackamas firefighter injured in Oregon City area…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas firefighter injured in Oregon City area…
UPDATE: Gas-powered chain saw without a spark arrester caused brush to erupt in flames off Redland and Neibur roads, threatening 17 structures.

Camping World's 130-foot flagpole spurs Wilsonville…

Portland Tribune - News
Camping World's 130-foot flagpole spurs Wilsonville…
The company erected a 130-foot pole without a permit; city seeks $500 fine per day.

OnPoint opening more Fred Meyer branches in…

Portland Tribune - News
OnPoint opening more Fred Meyer branches in…
OnPoint Community Credit Union has been opening locations in Fred Meyer stores across the Portland area.

Portland nonprofit damaged amid protest

Portland Tribune - News
Portland nonprofit damaged amid protest
Kaleidoscope Fighting Lupus says its window was broken as demonstrators also damaged Rapid Response Bio Clean.

Cities, counties must reassess rules against…

Portland Tribune - News
Cities, counties must reassess rules against…
Oregon House bill is intended to comply with 2018 federal appeals court decision against blanket bans.

Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon legislative logjam lifted in redistricting…
Minority Republicans get a voice on redrawing districts; majority Democrats can proceed with more than 80 bills.

A recap of legislative redistricting efforts in…

Portland Tribune - News
A recap of legislative redistricting efforts in…
More often than not, secretary of state has stepped in when lawmakers have failed in past 50 years.

Clackamas County approves ordinance greenlighting…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County approves ordinance greenlighting…
Amendment to rules dealing with solid waste fees opens door for ratepayers to pursue legal action against Metro.

Citizen group recommends more Portland police…

Portland Tribune - News
Citizen group recommends more Portland police…
That and other recommendation will now go to the full Citizen Review Committee for a vote.

One injured in Troutdale motel shooting

Portland Tribune - News
One injured in Troutdale motel shooting
Suspect at-large; second time gunfire has occurred at Troutdale Motel 6 this month

Washington County deputy hits, kills pedestrian

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County deputy hits, kills pedestrian
The fatal crash took place early Thursday adjacent to the Nike World Headquarters in Beaverton.

Escaped Oregon inmate recaptured on Sauvie Island

Portland Tribune - News
Escaped Oregon inmate recaptured on Sauvie Island
Oregon State Police say Jedaiah Lunn is a suspect in an assault and carjacking Wednesday in the Gales Creek area.

Oregon House OKs unemployment tax relief for…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon House OKs unemployment tax relief for…
Some can defer part of 2021 payments and qualify for partial forgiveness, trust fund target will be less.

Frontline workers, others eligible for vaccinations

Portland Tribune - News
Frontline workers, others eligible for vaccinations
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown expanded eligibility for COVID-19 shots effective Monday, April 5.

Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Senate extends grace period for past-due…
Bill anticipates millions in state and federal aid for renters, landlords by new deadline of Feb. 28, 2022.

Wyden plan revamps aging U.S. unemployment benefit…

Portland Tribune - News
Wyden plan revamps aging U.S. unemployment benefit…
The acting state director likes economic triggers, but says other changes to the safety net need discussion.

$25K in damage as protesters burn Portland police…

Portland Tribune - News
$25K in damage as protesters burn Portland police…
Portland Police Bureau officers announced one arrest following the blaze set by protesters around 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 13.

Poll: Working, learning from home to linger in…

Portland Tribune - News
Poll: Working, learning from home to linger in…
Statewide polling by the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center asks about lasting effects of pandemic on Oregon.

Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022…

Portland Tribune - News
Sandy mayor announces consideration of 2022…
Stan Pulliam forms exploratory committee with focus on viability of run for governor

North Clackamas sues school contractors over new…

Portland Tribune - News
North Clackamas sues school contractors over new…
School district disputes Corporate Activity Tax costs added to bill by two construction contractors

Two Clackamas County Republicans named in…

Portland Tribune - News
Two Clackamas County Republicans named in…
County Chair Tootie Smith, Sandy Mayor Stan Pulliam named in informal straw poll ahead of 2022 Republican primary.

Democrats praise Oregon senators, Biden bucks on…

Portland Tribune - News
Democrats praise Oregon senators, Biden bucks on…
Drivers headed toward the Gorge on Interstate 84 are the target of a new ad campaign by the Democratic National Committee.

Lawmakers take a slow ride to Legislature's second…

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers take a slow ride to Legislature's second…
Some GOP members get death threats because of gun bill vote as partisan tensions start early.

State budget hearings start. Here's how to…

Portland Tribune - News
State budget hearings start. Here's how to…
Testimony will be taken online and in writing during Joint Ways & Means Committee sessions.

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