One killed Friday night in SE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Few details are immediately released, including the name of the victim and any suspect infortmation.

Boulders, beaver no match for new Oregon fish ladder

Portland Tribune - News
Beaver gnaws on flashboards at dam, escapes trap at Opal Springs, and it's caught on camera.

Sidewalks, street trees and paving planned for SE 136th

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Bureau of Transportation plans to invest millions from the Fixing Our Streets fund.

Smoking in bed sparks 160th Avenue apartment fire

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Fire & Rescue responded to the blaze at 615 SE 160th Avenue around 3:30 p.m. on Friday.

Pace of ADU development down by half in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Fewer people seek permits for accessory dwelling units since lucrative fee waiver was made permanent.

Andrea Durbin named to lead Portland Bureau of Planning and…

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler taps the head of the Oregon Environmental Council, which is active on a state level, for the post at City Hall.

Grand jury: Fatal shooting of Andre Gladen justified

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police didn't act unlawfully in death of African-American, Multnomah County Grand Jury says

Oregon City police arrest 2 for robbing Rite Aid store

Clackamas Review - News
OCPD says medication, knife involved in incident recovered after men attempted to flee crime scene

Rep. Blumenauer goes to battle for the bees

Portland Tribune - News
Earl Blumenauer introduces Saving America's Pollinators Act at Sabin Elementary School in Portland.

Hundreds of jurors expected for MAX killing trial

Portland Tribune - News
Officials expect 200 to 300 potential jurors to show up for the trial in the highly-publicized case.

Council: More money needed for homeless, affordable housing

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler says city and council officials should coordinate their current searches for additional funding during upcoming budget-writing…

Driver arrested for DUII after car crashes into home

Portland Tribune - News
Oleg Fedosov arrested after a non-injury crash was reported on Southeast Harney Drive in Portland

Local students meet Vice President Mike Pence

Portland Tribune - News
Chemeketa student and Mount Angel resident goes to Washington, meets Vice President Mike Pence.

TriMet debuts Clackamas County bus service changes March 3

Clackamas Review - News
Bus-line changes to affect Oregon City, Clackamas Town Center transit centers

PSU warned about accreditation issues

Portland Tribune - News
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, warned PSU officials that the university is not in compliance on some issues.

City starts to turn clean energy initiative into reality

Portland Tribune - News
City Council OKs startup staff to launch the Portland Clean Energy Fund, approved by voters in November

Economist predicts construction slowdown

Portland Tribune - News
ECONorthwest president John Tapogna spoke at the Feb. 20 Portland Business Alliance break forum.

Separate building proposed for Benson High campus

Portland Tribune - News
Space would be set aside for other unrelated programs in a freestanding building on site, if voters OK a construction bond in 2020.

Mayor Wheeler names Kristin Dennis as new chief of staff

Portland Tribune - News
Dennis replaces former chief of staff, Michael Cox, whose City Hall romance was revealed recently

Battle lines drawn over infill housing as hearing nears

Portland Tribune - News
Supporters, opponents are still fighting over the rezoning recommendations as they head to the City Council later this year.

You want concussion records? Sign away your right to sue

Portland Tribune - News
RATTLED: Was the Parkrose School District wrong to ask Renee Boland to promise not to take legal action before releasing her son's health records?

Latino homeowners getting ahead, blacks not so much

Portland Tribune - News
The homeownership rates for black and brown families in Portland are moving in the opposite direction, with the African-American home purchase rate…

Greenlick, Post stripped of committees amid Capitol culture…

Portland Tribune - News
House Speaker Tina Kotek demoted representatives, saying their behavior this week does not match the sort of culture legislative leadership is…

Sources: City needs more time to tackle thorny housing issue

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the new Portland Parks & Recreation direction faces funding and planning challenges as she begins her job.

Man stabbed at Greyhound Bus Depot in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Police say an injured man was taken to the hospital, while one suspect was interviewed and released.

Madison Suites motel shooting leaves 1 injured

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police investigating in the 3600 block of Northeast 82nd Avenue; gun recovered at scene.

Landslide at Eagle Creek slams shut Interstate 84 exit

Portland Tribune - News
The exit leads to the Eagle Creek Fish Hatchery and the Eagle Creek trailhead.

Council gets earful from unreinforced masonry building…

Portland Tribune - News
Those affected by earthquake warning requirements complain about original City Council vote and work by the Portland staff in charge of enforcing it.

Mayor Wheeler, enviros vow to block expanded oil by rail…

Portland Tribune - News
Zenith Energy has the necessary permits to streamline its capacity to handle more oil shipments by train in Northwest Portland industrial district,…

Washington Rep. Beutler objects to JTTF withdrawal

Portland Tribune - News
Portland is the second West Coast city to withdraw from the task force since President Trump took office.

Rejuvenation Hardware: Shaking up the rules

Portland Tribune - News
Rejuvenation Hardware already underwent a $1 million upgrade against quakes. But that does not count under the warning sign policy.

Capitol interns, staff use lawsuits to slam harassment,…

Portland Tribune - News
Plaintiffs claim legislative leaders failed to protect them against abuse by Roseburg senator, others

Police union representing line officers chimes in on…

Portland Tribune - News
Condemns 'knee jerk' response to what it says were successful efforts to defuse protest violence.

Honk if you think 16-year-olds should be allowed to vote

Portland Tribune - News
'Why is something so important such as voting limited to people who are our present and not our future?'

Public can weigh in on audit of schools

Portland Tribune - News
Meeting in North Portland Wednesday evening will let public ask about recent scathing state audit

Carbon tax proposal runs into generation gap

Portland Tribune - News
Young people tell lawmakers to act now on cap-and-trade legislation as some agriculture interests urge caution.

Union files complaint against majority of City Council over…

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Police Commanding Officers Association accuses Wheeler, Hardesty and Eudaly of violating the rights of protest liaison.

Airbnb guests feel right at home in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Local hosts score best in the nation in national survey, and offer some of the lowest prices.

Oregon (again) joins states suing Trump, this time to block…

Portland Tribune - News
It is the 20th lawsuit against the GOP administration in which Oregon has been a part.

Council postpones major hearings at last minute

Portland Tribune - News
Still scheduled are measures to delay the earthquake warning sign posting requirements and extend the existing State of Housing Emergency for two…

Your City Hall: City may delay quake warning rule…

Portland Tribune - News
The balance of support for the requirements changed in January when Portland City Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty replaced Commissioner Dan Saltzman.…

Oregon Republican Party re-elects Bill Currier as…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Republican Party selects Bill Currier for third term as chair. Challenger Sam Carpenter loses

Happy Valley council applicants could make state…

Clackamas Review - News
Members of city advisory committees David Emami, Ana Sarish make it to the final six out of 14 applicants and would break new ground for city

Trillium charter school on thin ice

Portland Tribune - News
Portland school board could strip its charter, based on weak test scores, falling enrollment

Teachers, students rally in Salem for increased…

Portland Tribune - News
A sea of educators and supporters, mostly dressed in red, answered a call from the Oregon Education Association to rally in Salem Feb. 18 for more…

Closures coming: ODOT replaces I-84 bridges in…

Portland Tribune - News
Construction will cause weekend and night lane closures on busy interstate in Troutdale

Man dies in shooting near Southeast Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Victim was a 25-year-old man who was found by officers near the Tik Tok Restaurant and Bar.

Report: Traffic costs average Portland driver…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland has the tenth-worst rush hour congestion in the U.S., according to Inrix data firm.

Police: Dog euthanized due to injuries caused by…

Portland Tribune - News
Fidel Lopez charged with sexual assault, animal abuse following death of Estrella, a Lhasa Apso mix

Local artists amped for Wizard World Comic Con

Portland Tribune - News
Art by Hillsboro high schooler Lizzy Ingalls, Portlander Sarah Pollak just two of many reasons to go

FBI: 21-year-old ate meth before diverting flight…

Portland Tribune - News
Douglas Braden Smyser faces state charges from the Port of Portland and federal charges from FBI.

Council to consider foreclosure reforms Wednesday

Portland Tribune - News
If approved, more action could be taken sooner against 'zombie homes' and other problem properties in Portland.

Portland police move toward using body cameras

Portland Tribune - News
Other regional agencies such as Beaverton Police, Portland State University Police and the Oregon State Police are using the technology.

Council set to extend state of housing emergency…

Portland Tribune - News
The proposed two-year extension would be the fourth and largest since the emergency was first declared in October 2015.

Newberg mourns teen killed by accidental gunshot

Portland Tribune - News
Gabriel Bonham, 15, died due to a gunshot wound suffered at his family's home on Parrett Mountain.

Tanner Creek pump station spills 2,700 gallons of…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland's Bureau of Environmental Services responded to the sewer leak in Southwest Portland.

Eats and design combine at new Portland podcast…

Portland Tribune - News
Dan Pashman of The Sporkful interviews local designer Aaron James Draplin at Listen Up! in Portland.

At Portland's 'Youth 911,' students get 15K calls a…

Portland Tribune - News
YouthLine, a service of Lines for Life, now has 100 student volunteers in Portland helping peers.

Woman arrested in fatal Gresham shooting

Gresham Outlook - News
Gresham police said man found dead in Evergreen Meadows Apartments on Thursday, Feb. 14

Tigard hires bilingual speakers despite derogatory…

Portland Tribune - News
Jason Snider blasts comment that included, 'Why not just move city offices to Mexico?'

Public comment sought on I-5 Rose Quarter…

Portland Tribune - News
Forty-five day public comment period has begun on federally-required Environmental Assessment released Friday, Feb. 15.

Collusion or dialogue? Portland police texts raise…

Portland Tribune - News
Did Lt. Jeff Niiya's information-sharing with Patriot Prayer's Joey Gibson cross a line?

Metro's waste dumps clogged as snow blocks Gorge…

Portland Tribune - News
After one week, Metro regional government asks self-haulers to stop dumping at transfer stations

More patrols soon: Portland police arrest 86 for…

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Police Bureau has arrested 86 people for drugged or drunken driving on city streets.

Wheeler orders independent investigation into…

Portland Tribune - News
No details yet released about who will conduct the investigation, but mayor says he and the police chief will work with community groups.

CCSO investigating threat on Clackamas High School…

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

Oregon Democrats decry Trump declaration of…

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

Wyden: Revamp tax breaks as part of 'Green New Deal'

Portland Tribune - News
Senator says general resolution should be backed by specific incentives to encourage energy efficiency, renewable sources and transportation fuel…

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.

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…

Wheeler: Texts between police, Joey Gibson are…

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…

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…

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.'

Neighbors gird for street fight on infill projects

Portland Tribune - News
They thought they were working to protect neighborhoods from McMansions, but they did not see the fourplexes on the horizon.

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.

What It Takes: Long-married SW couples stay…

Portland Tribune - News
Both couples warn about letting money ruin a marriage and stress the importance of really listening

Class differences

Portland Tribune - News
Portland neighborhoods fighting the hardest against the Residential Infill Plan tend to be more affluent and the least affected

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…

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…

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…

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.

An unvarnished look at state history

Portland Tribune - Features
The Oregon Historical Society unveils interactive 'Experience Oregon,' a permanent exhibit that took three years and $4 million to develop and…

Richardson: Wiser I-5 bridge replacement project…

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…

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

Cell phone surcharge could help state bridge…

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…

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…

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

New owners plan restaurant, offices at Beaverton…

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…

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…

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

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