Wheeler: PPB texts 'confirm people's worst fears'

Portland Tribune - News
Public listening session is scheduled for next Thursday at the Maranatha Church in Northeast to discuss the issue.

CCSO investigating threat on Clackamas High School bathroom…

Clackamas Review - News
Custodian reports finding threat on the evening of Feb. 14; police on campus Feb. 15

Public gets a say on cap-and-trade proposal

Portland Tribune - News
During the past two weeks, industry leaders and economists have given testimony on a massive proposal that would change Oregon's economy and make it…

Oregon Democrats decry Trump declaration of emergency for…

Portland Tribune - News
Merkley: 'This is basically what happens in a dictatorship,' even as Congress approves federal spending authority through Sept. 30.

Battling concussions: Where's the trainer?

Portland Tribune - News
RATTLED: Small and rural schools in Oregon are least likely to have athletic trainers.

Battling concussions: Solving a funding puzzle

Portland Tribune - News
RATTLED: Many in Oregon look to the state to pay for athletic trainers, following Hawaii's sports program example.

Oregon offers free fishing, crabbing this weekend

Portland Tribune - News
No tags or licenses required to fish, crab or clam in Oregon on Feb. 16 and 17 of President's Day Weekend

TriMet rolling out dozens of new buses

Portland Tribune - News
The new Gillig 3900-series buses will feature upgrades for both riders and drivers, and a new paint scheme.

Wheeler: Texts between police, Joey Gibson are 'disturbing'

Portland Tribune - News
Critics blast hundreds of texts between Portland police lieutenant and Patriot Prayer leader that appear to show friendly relationship.

Police: Gresham woman's body dumped in Pennsylvania river

Portland Tribune - News
Search continues in Pennsylvania for Haley Lorenzen's body after she was killed and thrown in a river

GOP firebrand crashes Oregon's often-polite politics

Portland Tribune - News
He uses a sharp pen and blunt language to make his point. He is paid to write press releases at the Legislature. But Jonathan Lockwood's style also…

Several PPS board members remain undecided on future

Portland Tribune - News
Only one of four incumbents whose terms are expiring is ready to say they'll run again, so far

Judge temporarily blocks required earthquake warning signs

Portland Tribune - News
A federal court judge issues a 60-day injunction that prevents Portland officials from enforcing controversial posting requirment scheduled to take…

Local schools earn gold stars in state kindergarten…

Portland Tribune - News
'This assessment helps us measure the strength and capacity of our early learning system and the readiness of our K-12 system.'

Amazon drops NYC; Portland remains out

Business Tribune - News
Monster e-tailer pulls out of plans for HQ2 in Long Island City, Queens, but Portland will not revive its bid.

Homeless helpers brace for long winter

Portland Tribune - News
Mount Scott center opens as additional shelter for first cold snap of the winter, increasing options for those in need.

Green New Deal? Bonamici joins climate change committee

Portland Tribune - News
Appointment is latest in series of committee assignments that have resulted in a subcommittee chairmanship for the Beaverton Democrat in her seven…

Sources: City Club report generates buzz about governance

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, online donations may pay off for Merkley and livability ratings fall in poll.

Report takes deep look at East County economy

Portland Tribune - News
Annual Economic Check-up finds disparities in jobs, housing, work-life balance compared to the rest of the region.

Second threat at Rowe Middle School involves former student

Clackamas Review - News
Last June, a Rowe student was removed from the school after making threatening statements through a gaming chat room

Council votes to withdraw from terrorism task force

Portland Tribune - News
Concerns about FBI tactics and transparency leads to 3-2 vote to leave JTTF for the second time in 14 years.

Richardson: Wiser I-5 bridge replacement project needed

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Secretary of State releases report on failed Columbia River Crossing that confirms Oregon and Washington must repay the federal government…

Forest Service officials discuss possible removal plans for…

Sandy Post - News
Safety Board, Federal Aviation Administration continue invesigation into cause of Jan. 29 crash

Cell phone surcharge could help state bridge digital divide

Portland Tribune - News
Business groups oppose plan adding tax to phone bills to pay for expanded rural broadband service.

Thursday court hearing set on building warning signs

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Federal judge schedules hearing after being notified the City Council will consider changing the requirement before the start of a lawsuit in…

Milwaukie driver fined after hitting woman in crosswalk

Clackamas Review - News
Police remind public that drivers are always required to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks

Julie Young to leave Chess for Success after 21 years

Portland Tribune - News
Executive director announces retirement for regional education program serving pupils in 15 counties

New owners plan restaurant, offices at Beaverton Bakery

Portland Tribune - News
Dan and Kat Magner will move sign business to Broadway location, renovate rest of complex for lease as restaurant and office space.

Oregon Senate passes 1st-in-nation statewide rent control

Portland Tribune - News
Under Senate Bill 608, landlords across the state could raise rent no more than 7 percent per year, plus the annual change in the consumer price…

Flooding, slides causing problems throughout region

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Cornelius Pass Road reopens after being closed by a landslide, but other routes still have problems.

Supporters, critics pack 1st Oregon hearing on single…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County Commission Chair Deborah Kafoury was among a number of affordable housing advocates who strongly endorsed the bill.

Defend Oregon slapped with big elections violations fine

Portland Tribune - News
Union-backed ballot turn-in effort will pay $94,750 penalty for delivering 97 Multnomah County ballots late

Head injuries push football player's life out of bounds

Portland Tribune - News
RATTLED: Jonathan Boland was on top the world, until one-too-many concussions sent him spiraling downward.

Rattling the data shakes out changes

Portland Tribune - News
RATTLED: Concussion investigation gleans lessons from public documents, points to possible improvements in landmark legislation.

Beaverton pedestrian dies Monday in TV highway crash

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The incident occurred along Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway and Southwest 178th Avenue in Aloha.

Portland's terrorism task force vote splits anti-hate…

Portland Tribune - News
City Council may drop out of pact, but some say white supremacists merit FBI-backed group's focus.

Oregon's concussion 'haves' and 'have-nots'

Portland Tribune - News
RATTLED: Statewide investigation into athletes' head injuries highlights the important role of athletic trainers.

TriMet retains top AAA bond rating

Portland Tribune - News
Regional transit agency credited with reliable revenue sources, future service increase plans.

Man sentenced after dragging police officer during traffic…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
William Callaway was sentenced to three months in jail and cannot drive for a year.

Get involved: terrorism task force vote set

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the City Council approves a controversial police settlement denounces white supremacy and alt-right groups.

City Club considers change to government system

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Members will vote from Feb. 12 to 24 on whether to adopt the far-reaching recommendations for revamping Portland governance.

Fritz: Non-religious rights should be protected

Portland Tribune - News
The City Council will consider an ordinance from the commissioner on Feb. 13 and is expected to vote on it two weeks later.

Parents, legislators push for end to school violence

Portland Tribune - News
State will help schools screen for potential violence, promote safety tip line and prevents suicide, harassment and bullying.

Senator refuses to back down after cigarette tax…

Portland Tribune - News
Southern Oregon's Dennis Linthicum stands firm after saying Eric Garner's death was the result of high tobacco taxes.

Portland trucker spills 2,500 gallons of diesel on…

Portland Tribune - News
Police say James Altman of Portland was 'driving too fast' when he lost control of Space Age truck.

UPDATE: Pedestrian in crosswalk during fatal…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police search for dark-colored SUV that fled the scene near 130th Avenue, Division Street.

M-O-O-K graffiti tagger to pay $30,000 in…

Portland Tribune - News
Marcus Gunther was sentenced to 2 years behind bars and five years of drug court treatment.

Last Call: Burnside Brewery lays off workers, shuts…

Portland Tribune - News
The landlord for the leased space at 701 E. Burnside changed the locks on the nine-year-old Burnside Brewing Company.

Homeless man's art displayed 7 years after his death

Portland Tribune - News
He struggled to hold down a job, one friend said, and had issues with alcohol and other drug use.

Hillsboro man hid in garage after shooting wife,…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Fidencio Diaz-Eguiza charged with attempted murder after he allegedly shot his wife in the shoulder.

Sewer pipe sinkhole stops traffic in downtown…

Portland Tribune - News
The six-foot-deep chasm was first reported Friday, Feb. 8 on Salmon Street between 5th, 6th avenues.

Legislators lay foundation for housing crisis fight

Portland Tribune - News
Supporters build a case for bills to alter zoning, battle high costs and crushing rent increases.

Snow melting but problems remain

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Multnomah County says some east county roads have reopened but others are still closed.

Pledge of Allegiance returns to Fairview City…

Portland Tribune - News
Decision comes after community members voiced disapproval of change at council meetings.

City Club report: Portland government must change

Portland Tribune - News
Longstanding civic organization calls for electing commissioners by geographic disrict, among other things.

100-year-old tree topples onto cars in downtown…

Portland Tribune - News
The fallen tree was cut into pieces in order to be removed from the street and sidewalk, reps say

Portland politicos sign on to Oregon Green New Deal

Portland Tribune - News
Chloe Eudaly, Juan Gonzalez, Sens. Ron Wyden, Jeff Merkley, Reps. Bonamici, Blumenauer back deal.

Lincoln's coffin replica pops up in Estacada…

Portland Tribune - News
Estacada Funeral Chapel to host public viewing of coffin replica later this month

Affidavit: Woman opens fire in SE apartment complex

Portland Tribune - News
A man told police that Lena Thi Son yelled 'I'm going to shoot you' before firing a single shot.

Concordia's largest grant ever: $5 million for biz…

Portland Tribune - News
Robert D. and Marcia H. Randall Charitable Trust gives money for endowed chair, programs in Portland

Police arrest 1 in shooting in Argay Terrace…

Portland Tribune - News
Antoine Guyton faces unlawful use of weapon charge after shooting on 125th Avenue at Sandy Boulevard

Man stabbed after bus brawl on Burnside, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Knife wound reported on Burnside Street in Portland on Friday, Feb. 8. Investigation continues.

Gov. Kate Brown says Virginia's Gov. Northam must…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown added that discrimination issues in Virginia 'are much more explicit' than they are in Oregon.

UPDATE: Snow delights kids, delays traffic in…

Portland Tribune - News
Crashes snarl roads as motorists fight slippery conditions, officials urge residents to stay home.

Large industrial facility in Clackamas to close down

Clackamas Review - News
By 2020, several hundred expected to lose grocery-distribution jobs near Milwaukie

Footbridge over Burnside to close gap in 40-Mile…

Portland Tribune - News
The Barbara Walker Footbridge over West Burnside Street should be ready by September.

City Council denounces white supremacists groups

Portland Tribune - News
Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson , who promoted the resolution, also spoke to council.

'Street justice' transit shooting ends in 5 year…

Portland Tribune - News
Michael Adams convicted after man shot in the leg near the 82nd Avenue transit center in Portland.

Lucky Corner shooting leads to attempted murder…

Portland Tribune - News
Nathan Rouse was convicted of murder in 1994 and now faces charges for shooting at Lucky Corner Bar.

Sewage spill reported on Marine Drive pedestrian…

Portland Tribune - News
Environmental Services says spill unrelated to pipe project that ended most combined sewer overflows

County threatens to exclude thousands of students…

Portland Tribune - News
As exclusion day approaches, Multnomah County offers two chances for youth to get their shots so they can go to class.

Toking up off the job? Lawmakers want to keep you…

Portland Tribune - News
Two bills that proponents say would finish the process of legalizing marijuana and stifle black market sales

City Club report: Portland government must change

Portland Tribune - News
Longstanding civic organization calls for electing commissioners by geographic disrict, among other things.

OSU's Ed Ray: State needs to step up for higher…

Portland Tribune - News
Governor's budget includes $736 million, and university presidents need $120 million more

Portland's six degrees of Robert Mueller

Portland Tribune - News
The Russiagate investigation has nothing to do with the Rose City. Or does it?

North Clackamas high school naming, part 2

Clackamas Review - News
School district officials plan public forums to discuss options on Feb. 21 and 27

City hires New Yorker to head Portland Parks &…

Portland Tribune - News
Adena Long appointed as Portland Parks & Recreation director following national search.

Poll: City Council should be elected by districts

Portland Tribune - News
Annual poll released by the Portland Business Alliance finds support for changing city's form of government, range of transportation improvement…

More firms want to provide health care to…

Portland Tribune - News
Six firms apply to serve 300,000 residents of Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties

Homicide investigation underway in SE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Police respond to a call of a body seen in a car in a parking lot shortly after midnight.

Off-duty Salem officer held in local burglaries

Portland Tribune - News
Portland detectives say Seth T. Thayres and James Cardenas were allegedly responsible for two break-ins that took $30,000 worth of property.

Portland approves payout for officer who made…

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioner Nick Fish said city leaders have been too quick to blame arbitrators for what has been the city's own failure to negotiate over officer…

Sources: Not so fast on tax hikes, Johnson says

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, state rezoning idea a radical departure and Seattle has masonry building risks, too.

Bill adds fallen firefighters names to roadside…

Portland Tribune - News
Columbia County family of Robert Hales helps introduce amendment during 2019 Legislature.

Ms. Goddard goes to Washington

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Sunset alumna and current PSU student Alexandria Goddard attends President Trump's State of the Union address.

Governor's prescription: higher tobacco taxes to…

Portland Tribune - News
Supporters push increase to lower costs, but lawmakers probably will send the issue to voters

Garr King, former federal judge, dies

Portland Tribune - News
U.S. District Court position capped a 46-year legal career in Portland, where he graduated from Lewis & Clark law school.

Plan that could reshape Portland neighborhoods…

Portland Tribune - News
Residential Infill Plan could spur 24,000 more units in triplexes and fourplexes, but lead to more displacement in Lents, Brentwood-Darlington and…

Let it flow during next Columbia River flood?

Portland Tribune - News
Some want to let the river flow onto nearby green areas rather than replace the levee that failed in the 1948 Vanport Flood disaster, but that might…

OLCC: Oregon produces enough unsold pot to last 6.5…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Liquor Control Commission releases new report on glut of pot in recreational marijuana market

Severe weather shelters stay open Wednesday

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Continued cold weather prompts extension of shelter open in Portland and Gresham, and requests for donations of cold-weather supplies.

Oregon increasingly ships foster children to other…

Portland Tribune - News
Relatives are allowed to visit. But the children are removed from their communities, their social networks and the world they know.

Gresham Greywolves won't play ball in summer 2019

Portland Tribune - News
Rose City Baseball has decided to put the summer collegiate squad on hiatus for the 2019 season.

Unusual political pact could open primaries to…

Portland Tribune - News
Secretary of state and Green Party candidate want the state's 880,000 nonaffiliated voters to have a say in primaries.

I-5 Rose Quarter project comment period extended

Portland Tribune - News
The environmental study of the controversialo freeway project will be released on Feb. 15 and the public comment period has been extended to 45 days.

Officials celebrate planned homeless navigation…

Portland Tribune - News
First snow of winter does not delay Tuesday morning gathering where new facility will soon be built.

Committee approves rent control bill at first…

Portland Tribune - News
The Senate Committee on Housing moved the bill to the Senate floor for a vote at the end of the Monday hearing.

City Hall Update: DNA ties executed killer to 1979…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, City Council to decide where it stands on JTTF and crypto found in Bull Run water again.

UPDATE: Crashes on snowy roads prompt closures,…

Portland Tribune - News
Children take advantage of a snow day as thaw spreads across the Portland region.

Blumenauer to skip Trump's State of the Union again

Portland Tribune - News
Congressman Earl Blumenauer will not attend the President's speech for the third year in a row.

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