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Clackamas County seeks to prevent illegal July 4…

Clackamas County seeks to prevent illegal July 4…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City, Gladstone's worsening trouble with people breaking state fireworks laws can look to Milwaukie, Happy Valley
Four injured in Farmington area crash

Four injured in Farmington area crash

Portland Tribune - News
One person is transported to the hospital by the Life Flight emergency rescue helicopter.
Suspect in Portland homicide arrested

Suspect in Portland homicide arrested

Portland Tribune - News
U.S. marshals arrest Tyreik D. Credit in Eugene on June 18 for the killing of Thomas Osborn.
Deputies seize drugs, machine guns during arrest in Gresham

Deputies seize drugs, machine guns during arrest in Gresham

Portland Tribune - News
Leroy Sahm, 42, faces charges for drugs, military-grade equipment and firearms, says Multnomah County Sheriff.
A park or development? West Linn mulls fate of 10 acres

A park or development? West Linn mulls fate of 10 acres

Portland Tribune - News
After pushback from some in the community, the West Linn-Wilsonville School District wants the city to preserve the land as a park
Libraries throughout Clackamas County to charge late fees…

Libraries throughout Clackamas County to charge late fees…

Portland Tribune - News
In light of inequitable access, directors make tough decision to return to pre-COVID fines starting July 1
OHSU targets 50% of Oregon teens not vaccinated for HPV

OHSU targets 50% of Oregon teens not vaccinated for HPV

Portland Tribune - News
Less than a third of Oregon kids have received HPV vaccines by their 13th birthday, according to state data.
Hardesty, police union trade jabs over riot team departures

Hardesty, police union trade jabs over riot team departures

Portland Tribune - News
Clashes between the Portland Police Association and local elected officials over disciplinary issues are nothing new.
Clackamas principal apologizes for reaction to vandalism

Clackamas principal apologizes for reaction to vandalism

Portland Tribune - News
Nate Muñoz regrets posting video prior to the findings of official investigation
One dead, one wounded in overnight shootings

One dead, one wounded in overnight shootings

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police say the victim in the first shooting died after being transported to the hospital.
First Portland protest held after police riot team disbands

First Portland protest held after police riot team disbands

Portland Tribune - News
The gathering was largely uneventful as a small crowd marched through the Pearl District for several hours.
Cities of Lake Oswego and Tigard asks residents to reduce…

Cities of Lake Oswego and Tigard asks residents to reduce…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon water suppliers brace for chlorine shortage but not all agencies in the state are affected by supply failures of the chemical critical for…
LifeWorks NW clinic workers in Hillsboro vote to unionize

LifeWorks NW clinic workers in Hillsboro vote to unionize

Portland Tribune - News
Service providers deliver critical crisis intervention to vulnerable groups, but workers say they were mistreated.
Community newspaper publisher Christine Moore dies

Community newspaper publisher Christine Moore dies

Portland Tribune - News
The longtime publisher and advertising director for the Pamplin Media Group had been battling cancer.
Former Happy Valley doctor's conviction inspires abuse…

Former Happy Valley doctor's conviction inspires abuse…

Portland Tribune - News
Jonathan Wiebe will get more than eight years behind bars for rape, assault, unlawful weapon use.
The Intercept sues Portland for records in Sean Kealiher's…

The Intercept sues Portland for records in Sean Kealiher's…

Portland Tribune - News
It's up to a judge to decide if the news outlet will receive the records after the DA rejected a previous appeal.
Help available: Oregon eviction moratorium ends June 30

Help available: Oregon eviction moratorium ends June 30

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County and Portland leaders urge renters and landlords to apply for assistance.
Oregon tenants, landlords await relief in state legislation

Oregon tenants, landlords await relief in state legislation

Portland Tribune - News
The House clears a 60-day respite from evictions if tenants apply for aid, full payment for landlords.
Lawmakers OK money for motel conversions, housing tax break

Lawmakers OK money for motel conversions, housing tax break

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Community Foundation plans grants for Multnomah, 3 other counties; religious groups get incentive
Portland cops step down from protest response team

Portland cops step down from protest response team

Portland Tribune - News
The departures from the team follow the indictment of an officer by the Multnomah County DA on riot-related assault charges.
Police: Rapid Response Team departures result of stress

Police: Rapid Response Team departures result of stress

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says he has asked for help preparing for potential violence.
Merkley: End the sale of gas vehicles by 2035

Merkley: End the sale of gas vehicles by 2035

Portland Tribune - News
The U.S. senator spoke at the 2021 Roadmap Conference on mobility hosted by Portland nonprofit Forth.
Former Olympian horse trainer charged with sex abuse

Former Olympian horse trainer charged with sex abuse

Portland Tribune - News
Richard Rankin Fellers, 61, of Oregon City, was charged with four counts of alleged sexual abuse in the second degree.
Oregon farmers press Merkley for solutions to drought, fires

Oregon farmers press Merkley for solutions to drought, fires

Portland Tribune - News
Farmers line up to outline their needs as water shortage strangles their crops
Police investigating Northeast Portland shooting

Police investigating Northeast Portland shooting

Portland Tribune - News
A man is hospitalized with a serious leg wound after an early Thursday shooting.
Hillsboro police: Person shot, killed in tow truck dispute

Hillsboro police: Person shot, killed in tow truck dispute

Portland Tribune - News
Authorities say the shooting appears to have been related to a tow truck removing vehicles from a parking lot.
Suit: Portland police slash tires, trap protester with…

Suit: Portland police slash tires, trap protester with…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau Officer Brent Taylor is named as a defendant in the suit filed by protester Hanna Helm
Oregon fire chief accused of sexual harassment loses job

Oregon fire chief accused of sexual harassment loses job

Portland Tribune - News
In a conciliation agreement brokered by BOLI and the city's insurance carrier, the city of Dundee agrees to pay a firefighter $180,000 but admits no…
Tenants get reprieve, landlords get money under new plan

Tenants get reprieve, landlords get money under new plan

Portland Tribune - News
Legislative committee OKs bill to shield renters from eviction and guarantee landlords past-due rents.
Portland leaders: No chance at restoring funds for SWNI

Portland leaders: No chance at restoring funds for SWNI

Portland Tribune - News
On heels of Civic Life audit, Southwest district coalition warns of lawsuit without renewed funding

Oregon 65,000 shots shy of lifting COVID-19 limits…

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Oregon 65,000 shots shy of lifting COVID-19 limits…
Demand for vaccines slows as state makes a big push to reach its 70% vaccination goal.

Sam Desue, first general manager of color, to lead…

Portland Tribune - News
Sam Desue, first general manager of color, to lead…
Sam Desue, Jr., the current interim General Manager and Chief Operating Officer, was selected following a national search.

Oregon DOJ is reviewing Portland detective's use of…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon DOJ is reviewing Portland detective's use of…
The Multnomah County District Attorney requested the review because of a conflict-of-interest with his office.

Enterprise zone lures $1 billion in investment to…

Portland Tribune - News
Enterprise zone lures $1 billion in investment to…
Gresham City Council mulls more requirements, backs bill in Salem that would delay employment levels during pandemic recovery

COVID Silver Linings in Portland and across the…

Portland Tribune - News
COVID Silver Linings in Portland and across the…
The pandemic has been hard on everyone, but there were some good things to come out of it.

Clackamas County homeless funding cuts averted,…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County homeless funding cuts averted,…
Commissioners direct staff to unearth funds to meet budget gap, though exactly what money will be used is not known yet.

Portland's charter: One comic panel at a time

Portland Tribune - News
Portland's charter: One comic panel at a time
The process to update the city of Portland's charter is complicated and confusing; a comic book format might change all that.

Lawmakers mull $30M for I-5 bridge bottleneck in…

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers mull $30M for I-5 bridge bottleneck in…
Recent tolling bill and omnibus transportation package earmark money to address the bottleneck on Interstate 5.

Read the new Portland City Charter comic

Portland Tribune - News
Read the new Portland City Charter comic
The city's charter review process gets humanized by Portland-based comics creators.

It's full steam ahead for Oregon Rail Heritage…

Portland Tribune - News
It's full steam ahead for Oregon Rail Heritage…
An ambitious project to install a train turntable at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center is expected to wrap up this year.

Portland officer indicted over riot clash with…

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Portland officer indicted over riot clash with…
A member of the Rapid Response team is charged with assault for an encounter during an August 2020 protest.

Japanese Americans honored as 'Go For Broke' Nisei…

Portland Tribune - News
Japanese Americans honored as 'Go For Broke' Nisei…
The U.S. Postal Service releases a stamp honoring the heroic but ill-treated soldiers.

Rent, fires, taxes and energy vie for votes as…

Portland Tribune - News
Rent, fires, taxes and energy vie for votes as…
Legislative leaders try to ferry a pile of proposals through votes as two parties strike unease balance on some issues.

Woman killed in NE Portland hit and run crash Monday

Portland Tribune - News
Woman killed in NE Portland hit and run crash Monday
The fatality is the 28th traffic death in the city in 2021 compared to 17 at this time last year.

Suspect vehicle in TriMet bus driver shooting…

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Suspect vehicle in TriMet bus driver shooting…
The Portland Police Bureau releases a photograph of a vehicle suspected to be involved in the May 22 shooting.

Beaverton sues local plumber after water leak at…

Portland Tribune - News
Beaverton sues local plumber after water leak at…
The city's insurance agency seeks more than $300,000 to compensate for the water damage that occurred.

Portland police identify four men fatally shot

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police identify four men fatally shot
The police have not officially released a motive for the June 6 killings in a Southeast Portland home.

Oregon lawmakers mourn death of state senator's wife

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon lawmakers mourn death of state senator's wife
'Lawanda was an incredible woman, wife, and friend. My heart goes out to her husband, James. She was his rock. They shared a strong bond. She will be…

Video offers tips on buying salmon from Columbia…

Portland Tribune - News
Video offers tips on buying salmon from Columbia…
Registered dietitian with OSU Extension in Clackamas County says fish are typically available through early October.

'I just can't let it rest': Solving Barbara…

Portland Tribune - News
'I just can't let it rest': Solving Barbara…
A cold case homicide since 1980, Gresham Police have now arrested a suspect in the slaying of Barbara Mae Tucker

Second suit alleges racist workplace at Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Second suit alleges racist workplace at Oregon…
Former Civil Rights Division investigator Shaina Pomerantz files lawsuit against Oregon's Bureau of Labor & Industries.

West Linn cop whose false info spurred Fesser…

Portland Tribune - News
West Linn cop whose false info spurred Fesser…
Mike Stradley, who was under investigation for his role in the arrest of Michael Fesser, will leave the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards…

Plan would give Oregon tenants 60-day relief from…

Portland Tribune - News
Plan would give Oregon tenants 60-day relief from…
Pending amendment requires them to show landlords they seek rental assistance that's now available.

Portland artificial intelligence start-up nets $4.8M

Portland Tribune - News
Portland artificial intelligence start-up nets $4.8M
Reclaim.ai, an intelligent calendar assistant and time management platform, aims to help deskbound workers take back their schedules.

Brown declares drought state of emergency in…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown declares drought state of emergency in…
Extreme conditions are expected to affect local growers, increase the potential for fire, shorten the growing season, and decrease water supplies,…

Portland Community College manufacturing center…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Community College manufacturing center…
PCC offers free, short introductory courses on manfacturing in Scappoose at Oregon Manufacturing Innovation Center.

Manslaughter case closed as Portland cops…

Portland Tribune - News
Manslaughter case closed as Portland cops…
Frank D. Keller was killed in the apparent altercation, but the manslaughter case is now listed as closed in court records.

Skeleton found in LO home, but nothing sinister…

Portland Tribune - News
Skeleton found in LO home, but nothing sinister…
Lake Oswego Police Department authorities say bones belonged to doctor for schooling purposes.

Contest seeks artists' help to prevent Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Contest seeks artists' help to prevent Oregon…
Keep Oregon Green solicits entries for contest highlighting scourge of human-caused wildfires

Weekly COVID-10 hospitalizations fall

Portland Tribune - News
Weekly COVID-10 hospitalizations fall
Fewer Oregonians are being hospitalized with the virus as the state is preparing to lift all restrictions.

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