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Oregon Gov. Brown sets new COVID-19 rules: Ban on indoor…

Oregon Gov. Brown sets new COVID-19 rules: Ban on indoor…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown releases new guidelines Monday, July 13, in hopes of stopping new increases in infections.
Portland teachers: Federal aid needed to reopen schools

Portland teachers: Federal aid needed to reopen schools

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Public Schools announces a tentative 'hybrid' plan that would use both in-class and remote learning.
Wheeler: US Marshals will investigate shooting of protester

Wheeler: US Marshals will investigate shooting of protester

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Investigation follows criticism of federal officers by Wyden, Brown and Hardesty.
Public help sought in woman's death in Wilsonville

Public help sought in woman's death in Wilsonville

Portland Tribune - News
Kristi L. Dumont of Hubbard died of 'blunt force trauma' after being found shortly after midnight Sunday in Wilsonville.
Raiford write-in campaign for Portland mayor launched

Raiford write-in campaign for Portland mayor launched

Portland Tribune - News
Supporters say the community is finally waking up to the Black activist's issues.
State reports 332 new COVID-19 cases, two more deaths

State reports 332 new COVID-19 cases, two more deaths

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has imposed a requirment that face coverings be worn in all indoor public spaces to slow the spread of the disease.
Federal officers shoot Portland protester in head with…

Federal officers shoot Portland protester in head with…

Portland Tribune - News
During a military briefing Friday, President Trump indicated he sent federal law enforcement officers to Portland to quell the nightly protests over…
Head-on crash in Hazelwood leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

Head-on crash in Hazelwood leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

Portland Tribune - News
The driver killed Saturday was the 22nd traffic fatality in Portlandf this year.
Wyden sees National Guard soldiers in wildfire training,…

Wyden sees National Guard soldiers in wildfire training,…

Portland Tribune - News
The senator says he is pressing feds for adequate protection during coronavirus pandemic.
Local clubs sign on with PDX Stripper Strike demands

Local clubs sign on with PDX Stripper Strike demands

Portland Tribune - News
A column of performers marched along the Hawthorne Bridge into downtown Portland on Saturday, July 11.
PPS: 'Hybrid' school year starts on Sept. 2

PPS: 'Hybrid' school year starts on Sept. 2

Portland Tribune - News
The district proposes a modified schedule of two-day-a-week classroom instruction and remote teaching for the next school year.
Coronavirus sickens 8 on Oregon high school baseball team

Coronavirus sickens 8 on Oregon high school baseball team

Portland Tribune - News
Coach Trey Watt and seven players test positive for the virus at Newberg High School. The summer season has been halted.
5 Portland homicides reported in 3 days; 3 arrests made

5 Portland homicides reported in 3 days; 3 arrests made

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police scrambles officers to Lents, Powellhurst-Gilbert and Multnomah neighborhoods after shootings.
Federal officer hit with hammer, arrests made at protest

Federal officer hit with hammer, arrests made at protest

Portland Tribune - News
Friday night assault at the downtown Federal Courthouse follows a peaceful 'The Last Generation Protest' in North Portland.
Rumors swirl around fatal shooting at Portland strip club

Rumors swirl around fatal shooting at Portland strip club

Portland Tribune - News
'There was no argument. There was no fight. It was out of nowhere,' the owner of Reveal Lounge said.
Small business bond sale canceled because of COVID-19

Small business bond sale canceled because of COVID-19

Portland Tribune - News
Struggling businesses dealt double blow because Oregon Lottery revenues to support the bonds are down too much.
Historic Oregon cemeteries could ban Confederate flag

Historic Oregon cemeteries could ban Confederate flag

Portland Tribune - News
Commission discussion in mid-July focuses on an advisory position paper urging cemetery groups to reject 'flag of the enemy.'
Parklane Park to get 20 acres of new features

Parklane Park to get 20 acres of new features

Portland Tribune - News
Eastern Portland has fewer parks and greater need than other parts of the city
New Oregon coronavirus projections: Growth likely to…

New Oregon coronavirus projections: Growth likely to…

Portland Tribune - News
Even a 10 percent reduction in transmission won't be enough to curb increase in severe COVID-19 cases, per OHA.
West Linn school committee member resigns over comments

West Linn school committee member resigns over comments

Portland Tribune - News
Longtime West Linn-Wilsonville School District committee member Doris Wehler leaves post effective immediately
Gov. Brown appoints new public records advocate

Gov. Brown appoints new public records advocate

Portland Tribune - News
Becky Chiao will be the second appointed advocate, after Ginger McCall resigned after pressure from the governor's office.
Lawmakers consider $500 checks to unemployment applicants

Lawmakers consider $500 checks to unemployment applicants

Portland Tribune - News
Emergency Board plans $35 million set-aside to provide immediate help to those awaiting payments.
Yamhill County plans to buy refrigerated trailer for 'mass…

Yamhill County plans to buy refrigerated trailer for 'mass…

Newberg Graphic - News
Similar trailers have been used in other states for morgues at overwhelmed hospitals as COVID-19 virus swept the country.
Police arrest Black man driving to work near protest, he…

Police arrest Black man driving to work near protest, he…

Portland Tribune - News
Sekou Sumaworo, 23, believes he was racially profiled and charged with four crimes for nothing more than commuting to work.
State Supreme Court overturns $500,000 cap on noneconomic…

State Supreme Court overturns $500,000 cap on noneconomic…

Portland Tribune - News
Man who lost left leg in 2015 incident in downtown Portland will return to circuit court.
Metro rejects business request to delay transportation…

Metro rejects business request to delay transportation…

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Council president responds to request from business organizations to push back November vote on payroll tax-funded measure
Phase 2 feeling just out of reach for Clackamas County

Phase 2 feeling just out of reach for Clackamas County

Portland Tribune - News
Board of County Commissioners to discuss and decide whether to reapply for Phase 2 at its Tuesday, July 14, meeting
Tigard, Tualatin students speak out on sexual harassment

Tigard, Tualatin students speak out on sexual harassment

Portland Tribune - News
The district is looking into reports by current and former students, asking anyone with new or additional information to come forward.
Police investigate fatal shooting in SW Portland

Police investigate fatal shooting in SW Portland

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: One person reported dead in Thursday evening shooting. Suspect arrested.
Marion County helps develop COVID-19 saliva testing

Marion County helps develop COVID-19 saliva testing

Portland Tribune - News
Marion County reveals that it is partnering with the University of Oregon to validate an easier and cheaper test

Reporters sue city of Portland, others after…

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Reporters sue city of Portland, others after…
Two independent journalists asked for new policies and trainings to protect free speech, among other remedies.

Anti-trans hate crime under investigation in…

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Anti-trans hate crime under investigation in…
Police respond to assault and potential bias crime at Boones Ferry Park Tuesday

Clackamas Women's Services to host drive-in gala

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Clackamas Women's Services to host drive-in gala
Nonprofit finds innovative ways to fundraise, since opportunities for large gatherings are limited.

Portland adds limited delivery fees to restaurant…

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Portland adds limited delivery fees to restaurant…
Local businesses seek council action as delivery app costs cut into profits.

Tricounty reopening on hold as COVID-19 deaths,…

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Tricounty reopening on hold as COVID-19 deaths,…
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has linked Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties together for moving to Phase 2.

Portland police union blasts City Council

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Portland police union blasts City Council
The union pushing to restore funding, citing need for body cameras and community policing.

Officials: Washington County reopening not likely…

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Officials: Washington County reopening not likely…
Health officials say the county could be a long way away from having additional restrictions lifted.

Council prioritizing federal COVID-19 spending

Portland Tribune - News
Council prioritizing federal COVID-19 spending
Multnomah County is proposed to receive $39.1 million of the $114 million that Portland received from the federal government.

TriMet project will close Steel Bridge for a month

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TriMet project will close Steel Bridge for a month
The Steel Bridge MAX Improvements project will increase reliability and reduce disruptions on the critical transit link.

Free preschool group submits signatures for ballot

Portland Tribune - News
Free preschool group submits signatures for ballot
A similar universal preschool initiative from another group also planned for November vote

Psilocybin therapy initiative qualifies for…

Portland Tribune - News
Psilocybin therapy initiative qualifies for…
If passed, the drug could be used to treat mental illnesses like depression and anxiety starting in 2023.

Clackamas County mulls private partner to build…

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Clackamas County mulls private partner to build…
Commissioners vote 4-1 to approve hiring consultant to find developer for replacement project.

Pledging 'major reforms,' new Multnomah DA names…

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Pledging 'major reforms,' new Multnomah DA names…
Soon-to-be appointed Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt announces transition team

National Indian Child Welfare Association receives…

Portland Tribune - News
National Indian Child Welfare Association receives…
The Portland-based nonprofit received $700,000 from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

Hardesty, Modica to serve on governor's police task…

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Hardesty, Modica to serve on governor's police task…
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced the creation of the Public Safety Training and Standards Task Force on June 18 in response to recent protests.

Ugly-fruit cider raising funds for hungry in…

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Ugly-fruit cider raising funds for hungry in…
Clackamas-based cider company's program takes donated apples, fruits, berries and turns them into a 'community cider.'

PSU names new chief of campus public safety

Portland Tribune - News
PSU names new chief of campus public safety
Willie Halliburton, longtime Portland cop, almost quit law enforcement in the wake of George Floyd's death.

Portland bureaus cease work on ODOT's I-5 Rose…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland bureaus cease work on ODOT's I-5 Rose…
Mayor and City Council order staff to stop working with Oregon Department of Transportation on July 6.

Summer camps moving forward with new social…

Portland Tribune - News
Summer camps moving forward with new social…
North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District to offer more than two dozen programs for kids, adults

Pittock Mansion, OHS museum ready to reopen

Portland Tribune - News
Pittock Mansion, OHS museum ready to reopen
Both the mansion and the Oregon Historical Society Museum have been closed since mid-March.

City utility relief available for small Portland…

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City utility relief available for small Portland…
Application for the $1 million Small Business Program for Utility Relief will be accepted between July 8 and July 22.

Oregon's Native American Youth & Family Center nets…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Native American Youth & Family Center nets…
The designation from HUD will make the center will be the third in the country to serve tribal communities.

Hillsboro woman files discrimination lawsuit…

Portland Tribune - News
Hillsboro woman files discrimination lawsuit…
The resident says her landlord used a biased police report to evict her after she alleged an assault by a neighbor.

First woman appointed to head Portland Water Bureau

Portland Tribune - News
First woman appointed to head Portland Water Bureau
Director Mike Stuhr will retire and be replaced by Deputy Director Gabriel Solmer on Aug. 1.

Federal charges may mark new phase of Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal charges may mark new phase of Portland…
Seven arrested, charged with counts including assault and destruction of federal property at downtown courthouse

Newberg, Lake Oswego residents die in Idaho plane…

Portland Tribune - News
Newberg, Lake Oswego residents die in Idaho plane…
Hayden Fredrickson of Newberg and seven others perish in mid-air collision over Lake Couer d'Alene in Idaho on Sunday

Portland trucker dies in crash on Highway 101

Portland Tribune - News
Portland trucker dies in crash on Highway 101
Christopher Parks, 31, of Portland, died after the rented truck struck a tree around 9 a.m. on July 4 in Tillamook County.

Zoo reopens after four months without visitors

Portland Tribune - News
Zoo reopens after four months without visitors
Staff, public will be asked to wear face masks after 64-acre facility reopens July 12.

Portland ordinance takes a bite out of food…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland ordinance takes a bite out of food…
Proposal on July 8 agenda limits amount DoorDash, Grubhub, Postmates and others could charge local restaurants for their services.

Police: Shootings up 240% in July

Portland Tribune - News
Police: Shootings up 240% in July
The Portland Police Bureau reports investigating 17 shootings by July 6, compared to five in the same time last year.

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