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New COVID-19 cases in Oregon remain above 1,500

New COVID-19 cases in Oregon remain above 1,500

Portland Tribune - News
Fifteen more lives have been lost to the novel coronavirus, for a total in Oregon of 882 as of Thanksgiving Day.
COVID infects 7 inmates at Coffee Creek intake facility

COVID infects 7 inmates at Coffee Creek intake facility

Portland Tribune - News
Seven adults in custody since early November have tested positive at the women's prison in Wilsonville.
Restaurants ask legislators to help 'in time of need'

Restaurants ask legislators to help 'in time of need'

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is considering a sepcial sesion of the Oregon Legislature to address COVID-19 issues in December.
PPB: Hawthorne Boulevard businesses hit by vandals

PPB: Hawthorne Boulevard businesses hit by vandals

Portland Tribune - News
Police say at least 10 businesses in Southeast Portland are damaged early Thursday morning.
Trimet to change routes of two Oregon City bus lines

Trimet to change routes of two Oregon City bus lines

Portland Tribune - News
Regional transit agency officials hope to speed up trips, keep buses on time and help riders more safely board
Oregon Gov. Brown announces new coronavirus restrictions

Oregon Gov. Brown announces new coronavirus restrictions

Portland Tribune - News
For 21 counties, including Portland area, they start Dec. 3 after current freeze ends.
Woodburn Outlets plans smaller Black Friday amid pandemic

Woodburn Outlets plans smaller Black Friday amid pandemic

Portland Tribune - News
Although Black Friday doesn't promise to be as vigorous this year, COVID-19 restrictions aren't likely to affect retailers as much as other…
Strike two: Dining tents can return, at a cost

Strike two: Dining tents can return, at a cost

Portland Tribune - News
The Amalfi restaurant on Fremont had just taken its $12,000 a month dining tents down two weeks ago. Now the governor says it can put them back up.
Kate Brown: Clackamas County decoupled from Metro neighbors

Kate Brown: Clackamas County decoupled from Metro neighbors

Portland Tribune - News
Reopening metrics now analyzed independently from Washington and Multnomah counties
Activists aim to recall Portland mayor, city commissioner

Activists aim to recall Portland mayor, city commissioner

Portland Tribune - News
'Total Recall' PAC plans signature-gathering effort to recall Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler and Commissioner Dan Ryan.
Oregon reports 20 new deaths, 1,189 new cases of COVID-19

Oregon reports 20 new deaths, 1,189 new cases of COVID-19

Portland Tribune - News
The state now has a total of 68,503 cases since the outbreak began, along with 867 deaths.
In the midst of pandemic, Warm Springs parents struggle to…

In the midst of pandemic, Warm Springs parents struggle to…

Portland Tribune - News
Jefferson County has just 23,000 people, but a COVID-19 case-count 2.5 times higher than Multnomah County.
Clackamas Community College COVID-19 cases up to nine

Clackamas Community College COVID-19 cases up to nine

Portland Tribune - News
Two employees and three students tested positive within a week; all athletic programs halted
Clackamas Fire plans contactless Operation Santa this year

Clackamas Fire plans contactless Operation Santa this year

Portland Tribune - News
Instead of nightly parades - an annual tradition since 1974 - firefighters are organizing eight drive-up and drop-off events.
CCSO: Sauvie Island couple find stranger in home

CCSO: Sauvie Island couple find stranger in home

Portland Tribune - News
The couple reportedly arrived home to find Jesse William Ioerger sitting at their kitchen table with a gun.
Clackamas County elections manager resigns abruptly

Clackamas County elections manager resigns abruptly

Portland Tribune - News
Andrew Jones departed Clerk Sherry Hall's office two weeks ago as elections division finalized results.
Damon Mabee to file for election to replace Dan Holladay as…

Damon Mabee to file for election to replace Dan Holladay as…

Portland Tribune - News
Former planning, city commissioner: 'I would be a hypocrite if I ran against him in 2018 and did not step up now.'
Judge denies Oregon restaurants' lawsuit over COVID freeze

Judge denies Oregon restaurants' lawsuit over COVID freeze

Portland Tribune - News
The lawsuit from the Oregon Restaurants and Lodging Association said they were being unfairly singled out.
OHS: Damaged Afro-American quilt needs to be repaired

OHS: Damaged Afro-American quilt needs to be repaired

Portland Tribune - News
The quilt made by 15 African-American women was stolen from the Oregon Historical Sociaty during a riot on Oct. 11.
Huber's Cafe: Icon on the edge

Huber's Cafe: Icon on the edge

Portland Tribune - News
Portland's oldest restaurant is a classic eatery and gin joint - and the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't care
21 deaths reported in daily record for COVID-19 in Oregon

21 deaths reported in daily record for COVID-19 in Oregon

Portland Tribune - News
Tuesday's report from the Oregon Health Authority also added 1,011 new cases to the state's running tally.
Multnomah County plans 2022 opening for new homeless shelter

Multnomah County plans 2022 opening for new homeless shelter

Portland Tribune - News
Trauma-informed design is one part of the new five-floor Behavioral Health Resource Center opening to help the chronically homeless downtown.
Election experts: Portland more moderate, Oregon more split

Election experts: Portland more moderate, Oregon more split

Portland Tribune - News
A panel of experts break down the national, state and local election results.
Multnomah County Commissioner Meieran defends trip to Hawaii

Multnomah County Commissioner Meieran defends trip to Hawaii

Portland Tribune - News
After advocating for another stay-at-home order across Oregon, county official apologies for 'distraction.'
Sonya Fischer denounces comments made by Tootie Smith

Sonya Fischer denounces comments made by Tootie Smith

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County commission characterizes chair-elect's 'second-rate slaves' comment as 'divisive and hurtful'
Tigard couple creates pop-up food pantry for the needy

Tigard couple creates pop-up food pantry for the needy

Portland Tribune - News
Tom and Ramona Peterson stock their outdoor food pantry with all the essentials, adding clothes as well.
Clackamas County polluters hit with DEQ penalties

Clackamas County polluters hit with DEQ penalties

Portland Tribune - News
PCC Structurals, DEPCOM Power solar farm get fines for violating environmental permits.
PPB: Three shootings in three days

PPB: Three shootings in three days

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: One person killed and two people wounded in spate of shootings that started Sunday.
Will the Burnside Bridge redesign soar -- or be an eyesore?

Will the Burnside Bridge redesign soar -- or be an eyesore?

Business Tribune - News
A new Burnside Bridge is coming, and it's time to put the design in the driver's seat, writes Columnist Brian Libby.
Student winner named in westside Congressional App Challenge

Student winner named in westside Congressional App Challenge

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Bonamici meets online with eight participants in the 1st District contest.

ODOT to install beacons after Oak Grove pedestrian…

Portland Tribune - News
ODOT to install beacons after Oak Grove pedestrian…
Tetteh Kofi, 35, was walking eastbound across Highway 99E on Nov. 19 when hit and killed by a Toyota Tundra.

Frank O'Donnell won't run for Oregon City mayor

Portland Tribune - News
Frank O'Donnell won't run for Oregon City mayor
Commissioner supports three fellow elected officials who will potentially vie for vacated seat

Proposal extends Oregon evictions moratorium, with…

Portland Tribune - News
Proposal extends Oregon evictions moratorium, with…
Tenants would certify hardship; landlords could tap state fund under pending bill.

Charles Gallia elected chair of Clackamas County…

Portland Tribune - News
Charles Gallia elected chair of Clackamas County…
Former OHA advisor, two-time candidate for state legislature outlines vision for more inclusive Democratic Party

Mystery persists around decades-old Government Camp…

Portland Tribune - News
Mystery persists around decades-old Government Camp…
Detectives seek information about 1976 disappearance, death of Wanda Ann Herr

Clackamas Fire responds to carbon monoxide poisoning

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas Fire responds to carbon monoxide poisoning
Crews performed patient care on four people, ventilated the structure and monitored carbon monoxide levels

Fire damages Reo's Ribs in Northeast Portland again

Portland Tribune - News
Fire damages Reo's Ribs in Northeast Portland again
The blaze breaks out two days after organized vandals hit businesses in the Hollywood District.

Latino leaders slam suit targeting Black Oregonians…

Portland Tribune - News
Latino leaders slam suit targeting Black Oregonians…
Portland Commissioner-elect Carmen Rubio, other local leaders demand cafe owner Maria Garcia withdraw her lawsuit.

Portland police investigate two 'takeover-style'…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police investigate two 'takeover-style'…
One person is injured when gunshots are fired in the second overnight convenience store robbery.

Lawyer: 60 patients accuse West Linn doctor of sex…

Portland Tribune - News
Lawyer: 60 patients accuse West Linn doctor of sex…
Dozens of former patients of David Farley have come forward with similar stories of sexual abuse.

OHSA investigates judge who flouted 'nanny state'…

Portland Tribune - News
OHSA investigates judge who flouted 'nanny state'…
Washington County Circuit Court Judge Charles Bailey has developed a controversial reputation.

Judge denies injunction for Black Oregonians relief…

Portland Tribune - News
Judge denies injunction for Black Oregonians relief…
In a separate lawsuit, Revolución Coffee owner Maria Garcia seeks damages and access to the Oregon Cares Fund for Black Relief and Resiliency.

Portland: Air pollution, carbon emission fees would…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland: Air pollution, carbon emission fees would…
The public can comment on the draft proposal for the Healthy Climate and Clean Air Protection fees between now and Jan. 4

'Kill list' letters sent to Portland activists

Portland Tribune - News
'Kill list' letters sent to Portland activists
Authorities are investigating the letters that threaten violence and denounce the Black Lives Matter movement.

Police: Organized vandals damage buildings Friday…

Portland Tribune - News
Police: Organized vandals damage buildings Friday…
UPDATE: Mayor Ted Wheeler denounces destruction as nothing more than 'criminal violence.'

Stovall up 13 votes in Gresham mayor race, recount…

Portland Tribune - News
Stovall up 13 votes in Gresham mayor race, recount…
Travis Stovall's margin of 13 votes over Eddy Morales leads to automatic recount, Multnomah County officials say.

Sources: Portland's chief lobbyist leaving

Portland Tribune - News
Sources: Portland's chief lobbyist leaving
The director of the Office of Government Relations will resign after four years representing the city.

Audit reveals pattern of financial mismanagement at…

Portland Tribune - News
Audit reveals pattern of financial mismanagement at…
Southwest Portland neighborhood coalition disputes findings of audit commissioned by city

Oregon restaurants sue Brown over indoor, outdoor…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon restaurants sue Brown over indoor, outdoor…
A federal lawsuit says a two-week 'freeze' issued by the governor is unlawful, inequitable.

Providence setting up COVID-19 surge tents,…

Portland Tribune - News
Providence setting up COVID-19 surge tents,…
Medical staff hopes Oregonians will do their part to make sure those morgues are never used.

Oregon City-area woman hit, killed by truck near…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City-area woman hit, killed by truck near…
Authorities believe Sherry Lynn Kehoe-Medhaug, 68, was crossing South End Road to check her mail when a passing truck hit her

Doctor chides Tootie Smith for 'dangerous' message

Portland Tribune - News
Doctor chides Tootie Smith for 'dangerous' message
Former health officer for Clackamas County: Chair-elect's statement 'needs vigorous pushback'

Iannarone launches Our Portland PAC after mayoral…

Portland Tribune - News
Iannarone launches Our Portland PAC after mayoral…
The former Portland mayoral candidate says the political action committee will focus on supporting progressive policies and candidates.

Tootie Smith: No tax hikes, no new Clackamas…

Portland Tribune - News
Tootie Smith: No tax hikes, no new Clackamas…
Clackamas chair-elect hopes to consolidate departments, and have employees return to work at county buildings.

TriMet considers 'reimagining public safety'…

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet considers 'reimagining public safety'…
The regional transit agency promises to supplement and support its existing service, safety and security programs.

Parents sound off about PPS southeast boundary…

Portland Tribune - News
Parents sound off about PPS southeast boundary…
Families say now is not the time to add more stress with talk of children attending different schools.

Leaders disagree on invoking 'disaster' to convene…

Portland Tribune - News
Leaders disagree on invoking 'disaster' to convene…
Gov. Brown, who has the authority, urges them to set priorities for short session.

Four COVID-19 cases confirmed at Clackamas…

Portland Tribune - News
Four COVID-19 cases confirmed at Clackamas…
Two employees and two students tested positive within two weeks; in-person athletics halted

Estacada Fire explores options for standalone…

Portland Tribune - News
Estacada Fire explores options for standalone…
Committee of two board members will meet with similar agencies, talk with local community members.

Campaigns urge people to shop local in Portland area

Portland Tribune - News
Campaigns urge people to shop local in Portland area
Private and public initiatives are launched to help businesses survive the pandemic.

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