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Sources: Gable case makes award timing interesting

Sources: Gable case makes award timing interesting

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Metro homeless tax campaign expected and DiLorenzo sets legal sights on Metro
Metro sends $250 million homeless services measure to the…

Metro sends $250 million homeless services measure to the…

Portland Tribune - News
If approved by the voters, the measure would create first-ever regional income taxes to fund a wide range of services to reduce homelessness
FBI probe of ex-West Linn chief sought amid extortion…

FBI probe of ex-West Linn chief sought amid extortion…

Portland Tribune - News
City Councilor says Terry Timeus may have 'extorted' city funds using personal favor to former city manager
Walk Out: GOP goes to 2019 playbook to stop…

Walk Out: GOP goes to 2019 playbook to stop…

Portland Tribune - News
Senate Republicans jammed a stick in the legislative machinery Monday. Everyone in Salem saw it coming.
Portland area parent arrested by ICE at school bus stop

Portland area parent arrested by ICE at school bus stop

Portland Tribune - News
Tigard-Tualatin School District wants 'safe zones' expanded as feds target Washington County
15-year-old faces criminal charges after Portland protest

15-year-old faces criminal charges after Portland protest

Portland Tribune - News
Police continue to search for three men, each wearing antifa style outfits. A juvenile will face criminal charges.
Clackamas County Bank unveils new Gresham branch

Clackamas County Bank unveils new Gresham branch

Portland Tribune - News
Stuchlik family to celebrate completion of two-story building on Northeast Burnside Road with open house
Lawsuit alleges doctor sexually abused women during exams

Lawsuit alleges doctor sexually abused women during exams

Portland Tribune - News
Four Beaverton school bus drivers say a Concentra doctor touched them inappropriately during employee physicals.
Councilor says city's contract with A&B Towing was…

Councilor says city's contract with A&B Towing was…

Portland Tribune - News
City of West Linn's contract with Portland towing company, where Michael Fesser worked, reportedly has 180-day termination clause
Looming lawsuit: Wakeboarding rules harm Willamette salmon

Looming lawsuit: Wakeboarding rules harm Willamette salmon

Portland Tribune - News
Nonprofit Willamette Riverkeeper says wakes detrimental to native fish species along Willamette River.
Overwhelming need for free legal help in Oregon

Overwhelming need for free legal help in Oregon

Portland Tribune - News
Trouble understanding court procedures and rules rated the biggest problem in terms of accessing the courts, according to the 2018 Civil Legal Needs…
Youngest PCC board member will continue serving despite move

Youngest PCC board member will continue serving despite move

Portland Tribune - News
Alexander Diaz Rios was elected in 2019 from western Washington County; he has moved east to Zone 4.
Need a free computer? Portland nonprofit Free Geek can help

Need a free computer? Portland nonprofit Free Geek can help

Portland Tribune - News
Nonprofit offers students free computers in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties
Police find guns, fake cash and ID theft tools in Milwaukie

Police find guns, fake cash and ID theft tools in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Portland and Milwaukie police search home on Southeast Harrison Street, and say multiple people are detained.
'Anti-antifa' candidate ends campaign for Portland council

'Anti-antifa' candidate ends campaign for Portland council

Portland Tribune - News
Alyssa Vinsonhaler's campaign was supported by many in Portland's conservative protest movement.
Metro poised to submit $250 million homeless funding measure

Metro poised to submit $250 million homeless funding measure

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Proposed May primary election measure will create 1% tax on the incomes of wealthier people and larger businesses.
Free speech? Privacy? Bill on masks hits wall of opposition

Free speech? Privacy? Bill on masks hits wall of opposition

Portland Tribune - News
Civil rights groups, others say legislation could derail state's attempt to end mass incarceration.
Oregon: 254 monitored for COVID-19, but no confirmed cases

Oregon: 254 monitored for COVID-19, but no confirmed cases

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Health Authority reports that the public risk for Coronavirus 'remains low.'
Episcopal Church takes Ash Wednesday to the streets

Episcopal Church takes Ash Wednesday to the streets

Portland Tribune - News
Milwaukie sidewalk will be site for 'Ashes to Go' movement from 1-3 p.m. Feb. 26
David Douglas School District nabs $10K music award

David Douglas School District nabs $10K music award

Portland Tribune - News
Schnitzer Wonder Award will help district bolster its music education program
Kaiser Dr. Jonathan Wiebe pleads guilty to domestic violence

Kaiser Dr. Jonathan Wiebe pleads guilty to domestic violence

Portland Tribune - News
Employee at Kaiser Permanente's Gresham campus continued to practice after assault
Ice on the road near Mt. Hood sends SUV into Clackamas River

Ice on the road near Mt. Hood sends SUV into Clackamas River

Portland Tribune - News
Saturday night, driving toward Ollallie Lake near Warm Springs, a Jeep crashed after hitting ice.
Suit: Portland fails to enforce parking ban near crosswalks

Suit: Portland fails to enforce parking ban near crosswalks

Portland Tribune - News
At least 49 people were killed on city streets in 2019, the deadliest year for traffic fatalities in Portland since 1997.
Dog gone! K9 Bora retires at age 9 from Portland Police

Dog gone! K9 Bora retires at age 9 from Portland Police

Portland Tribune - News
Purebred German Shepherd named Bora will spend her retirement at the home of her handler, Portland Police Bureau says.
Former PCC driver's ed instructor sentenced for sexual abuse

Former PCC driver's ed instructor sentenced for sexual abuse

Portland Tribune - News
Paul Douglas Burdick, who was also a bishop in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, groped his students.
Oregon Senate GOP: Climate bill walkout begins

Oregon Senate GOP: Climate bill walkout begins

Portland Tribune - News
Cap-and-trade, designed to reduce Oregon's carbon emissions, has been a touchstone for both parties in the short 2020 legislative session.
Joey Gibson says he can't get a fair trial in Portland

Joey Gibson says he can't get a fair trial in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Leader of the Patriot Prayer movement faces a felony charge of riot, plus a $1 million civil suit in Multnomah County.
Photos: Portland International Auto Show

Photos: Portland International Auto Show

Portland Tribune - News
Showgoers kick the tires, picture themselves in the drivers' seats of latest vehicles at annual event.
Rockwood resident has the lucky key as he wins a new car

Rockwood resident has the lucky key as he wins a new car

Portland Tribune - News
Ben Hackett is the winner of the annual new-car giveaway at the international auto show
Tigard's photo red-light cameras shut down until ODOT…

Tigard's photo red-light cameras shut down until ODOT…

Portland Tribune - News
The city thought they had the neccessary permits but didn't; no $265 citations issued for the moment

Pedestrian hit on West Burnside, condition unknown

Portland Tribune - News
Pedestrian hit on West Burnside, condition unknown
Saturday evening incident is the 11th collision investigated by the Portland Police Bureau's Major Crash Team so far this year

Skeletal human remains found in woods near Aloha

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Skeletal human remains found in woods near Aloha
Washington County Sheriff's Office says several transient camps were located in the area near railroad tracks.

In an era of dead malls, Washington Square area…

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In an era of dead malls, Washington Square area…
Washington Square Mall plans call for razing the old Sears and building restaurants and entertainment businesses.

Who is Portland's Amazing Kid? Submit your nominee…

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Who is Portland's Amazing Kid? Submit your nominee…
Know a kid in Portland who deserves to be honored in our Amazing Kids magazine?

'Skull Breaker Challenge' leaves local teen…

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'Skull Breaker Challenge' leaves local teen…
Beaverton high school freshman Olivia Ross, 14, says the TikTok 'prank' is a form of dangerous bullying.

Regional Arts & Culture Council rebuilding after…

Portland Tribune - News
Regional Arts & Culture Council rebuilding after…
Portland nonprofit puts focus on fundraising, outreach, advocacy with new executive director Madison Cario.

Portland Police: Hour-long car chase ends in…

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Portland Police: Hour-long car chase ends in…
Dylan Miller, 25, arrested in allegedly stolen car after police say he led authorities on a hunt across the metro area.

Clackamas sheriff: Search, rescue must be…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas sheriff: Search, rescue must be…
Roberts says bringing all search-and-rescue operations under one roof will ensure quick responses. Some on Mt. Hood oppose the plan.

Police seek to ID man wanted in Portland, Gresham,…

Portland Tribune - News
Police seek to ID man wanted in Portland, Gresham,…
Authorities say man linked to 14 incidents targeting 'fragrance merchandise' has been escalating his behavior.

West Linn police: Federal probe of ex-Chief Timeus…

Portland Tribune - News
West Linn police: Federal probe of ex-Chief Timeus…
The federal criminal investigation into a controversial arrest of a black Portlander began well before it went public.

Metro homeless measure supporters announce deal

Portland Tribune - News
Metro homeless measure supporters announce deal
After confusion over how much the measure would raise, supporters come together for a vote next Tuesday

Police investigating noose found on roof of Benson…

Portland Tribune - News
Police investigating noose found on roof of Benson…
School district offers support services as police investigate possible bias crime.

Landlords sue to block new Portland tenant…

Portland Tribune - News
Landlords sue to block new Portland tenant…
The FAIR ordinance is intended to increase housing opportinities for rents, but federal lawsuit says it is unconstitutional and will make the…

GUILTY: Jury is unanimous on all counts in Jeremy…

Portland Tribune - News
GUILTY: Jury is unanimous on all counts in Jeremy…
The Portland man was accused of killing two, wounding one, harassing others, on light rail trains in 2017.

The Down and Dirty on Oregon's 'Cap and Trade' bill

Portland Tribune - News
The Down and Dirty on Oregon's 'Cap and Trade' bill
We take a look at what, exactly, controversial Senate Bill 1530 would, and wouldn't do.

Maintenance closes St. Johns Bridge for five nights

Portland Tribune - News
Maintenance closes St. Johns Bridge for five nights
The bridge will be closed for five nights starting 10 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24. It should be closed until 5 a.m. the following mornings.

OMSI CEO Stueber retires in May

Portland Tribune - News
OMSI CEO Stueber retires in May
Chief Operating Officer Erin Graham will take over as the new president beginning in June.

Governor wants $7.5 million for earthquake early…

Portland Tribune - News
Governor wants $7.5 million for earthquake early…
Bill also creates a program to improve readiness for a quarter-million Oregon households in quake zones.

Legal changes advance to help Oregon's mentally ill…

Portland Tribune - News
Legal changes advance to help Oregon's mentally ill…
Legislation to clarify options and process for judges dealing with those found unfit to stand trial passes Senate, moves to the House for final…

Crowds flock to 2020 Portland International Auto…

Portland Tribune - News
Crowds flock to 2020 Portland International Auto…
Annual new vehicle display runs through Sunday, Feb. 23, at the Oregon Convention Center

Washington County Sheriff's Office to comply with…

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County Sheriff's Office to comply with…
The move appears to be intended to get around Oregon's sanctuary law, which federal authorities have criticized.

Metro postpones homeless services measure vote

Portland Tribune - News
Metro postpones homeless services measure vote
At issue: Last-minute confusion over how much a tax measure heading to the May 19 primary election would raise.

Report: Housing costs stifle economic optimism

Portland Tribune - News
Report: Housing costs stifle economic optimism
Middle-class concerned as wages stagnate, Portland Business Alliance-commissioned poll also finds

GOP no-shows slam brakes on House work

Portland Tribune - News
GOP no-shows slam brakes on House work
Speaker Kotek strips one Republican of a top post, worries major bills won't get attention as session crawls.

DAs in Multnomah, Clackamas counties call for…

Portland Tribune - News
DAs in Multnomah, Clackamas counties call for…
The district attorneys also will investigate the incident of alleged racism by the former police chief.

Community expresses outrage at West Linn police

Portland Tribune - News
Community expresses outrage at West Linn police
'I'm tired of being afraid of my own police department' - Residents share their emotions over allegations of police misconduct.

Portland Public Schools will likely ask voters for…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Public Schools will likely ask voters for…
Big questions as yet unanswered: The exact dollar figure, and what projects would be funded.

West Linn police: Investigator's Terry Timeus…

Portland Tribune - News
West Linn police: Investigator's Terry Timeus…
A long-secret 100-page report shows high-level concern about the ex-chief, now under criminal investigation by the feds.

Sources: Half of voters worried about region's…

Portland Tribune - News
Sources: Half of voters worried about region's…
Plus, the Portland ballot is getting crowded and who would Nick Fish have endorsed in the City Council races?

State police investigate alleged theft by ODOT…

Portland Tribune - News
State police investigate alleged theft by ODOT…
3 employees identifed in inquiry who worked out of regional Maintenance Station on Lawnfield Road in Clackamas

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