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Art Deco lobby returns from retail

Art Deco lobby returns from retail

Portland Tribune - News
Bora Architecture's Meier & Frank Building Redevelopment won two 2019 IIDA Oregon Design Excellence Awards
Metro looking at mix of taxes and fees for 2020…

Metro looking at mix of taxes and fees for 2020…

Portland Tribune - News
Regional government encourage by new poll that shows majority of regional voters support a combination of revenue increases for projects and programs.
Students push PPS toward climate justice

Students push PPS toward climate justice

Portland Tribune - News
Portland School District carves out new position, hires manager to make good on climate education resolution
Land Board considers options as future of Elliott State…

Land Board considers options as future of Elliott State…

Portland Tribune - News
DOJ says Supreme Court ruling the sale of 800 acres illegal won't affect proposal to turn forest into an OSU laboratory.
Buehler announces he will run for Walden's congressional…

Buehler announces he will run for Walden's congressional…

Portland Tribune - News
Former Republican state senator received more votes in 2018 than Democrat Kate Brown in Eastern Oregon.
Fish will take December off as cancer gets more…

Fish will take December off as cancer gets more…

Portland Tribune - News
City Commissioner being treated for stomach cancer at OHSU says he wants to focus on 'my health and my family.'
Rockwood Rising's 'Innovation Center' under construction

Rockwood Rising's 'Innovation Center' under construction

Gresham Outlook - News
First building will house workforce training, community resources and retail
Courts search for local mental health treatment resources

Courts search for local mental health treatment resources

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Health Authority will ask legislators to put more money into local care for criminal defendants found mentally unfit for trial.
Man killed by police had history of mental illness

Man killed by police had history of mental illness

Portland Tribune - News
Police identify the subject and two officers involved in Sunday afternoon shooting near Mall 205.
Rose Lane Project aims to get transit out of traffic

Rose Lane Project aims to get transit out of traffic

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Bureau of Transportation is continuing to take public comments through an online survey until Monday, DEc. 16
Oregon journalism nonprofit wins startup funds

Oregon journalism nonprofit wins startup funds

Portland Tribune - News
The American Journalism Project selects Underscore Media Collaboration for inaugural grant
TriMet reveals Division Transit Project design, seeks…

TriMet reveals Division Transit Project design, seeks…

Portland Tribune - News
Online open house about the agency's first bus rapid transit project is available for comment through Friday, Dec. 13
Portland hotelier Gordon Sondland taps 'crisis'  spokesman

Portland hotelier Gordon Sondland taps 'crisis' spokesman

Portland Tribune - News
Facing sexual misconduct allegations, Trump ambassador deploys PR consultant known for aggressive approach
Lawsuit takes aim at Portland school district's treatment…

Lawsuit takes aim at Portland school district's treatment…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal complaint says Portland Public Schools deprives youths of critical therapy, despite state dollars to pay for it.
Clackamas deputies thwart three thefts in one night

Clackamas deputies thwart three thefts in one night

Clackamas Review - News
All attempted robberies in Happy Valley area end with propery recovered by sheriff's office
Happy Valley, Clackamas County agree on $14.3M settlement

Happy Valley, Clackamas County agree on $14.3M settlement

Clackamas Review - News
Agreement hinges on passage of 2020 legislation to allow city to exit North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District
State report shows uptick in student homelessness

State report shows uptick in student homelessness

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Public Schools reports having a relatively low 2.5% homeless rate, according to the Oregon Department of Education.
Habitat for Humanity builds 15 homes in Cully neighborhood

Habitat for Humanity builds 15 homes in Cully neighborhood

Portland Tribune - News
The Cully Place community offers duplexes and triplexes to families on Northeast Killingsworth Street in Portland.
Council: Residential density increase briefing set for…

Council: Residential density increase briefing set for…

Portland Tribune - News
Public testimony will not be allowed when the controversial Residential Infill Plan is first presented to the City Council on Dec. 11.
Student activist hold another youth climate strike in…

Student activist hold another youth climate strike in…

Portland Tribune - News
'It was very important for me to be here, to hear what these young people are saying and what they're asking for,' Mayor Ted Wheeler said. 'It was…
55-plus gunshots fired at Airbnb party in NE Portland

55-plus gunshots fired at Airbnb party in NE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
One woman is wounded in the shooting that is being actively investigated by police.
MCSO deputies chase suspect from Gresham to Cascade Locks

MCSO deputies chase suspect from Gresham to Cascade Locks

Portland Tribune - News
Two patrol vehicles are damaged before suspect is arrested and a loaded assault rifle is found in his car.
Robbery suspect arrested after chase, crash

Robbery suspect arrested after chase, crash

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Suspect identified in incident injured a Portland police officer during a lengthy pursuit.
Police: AK-47, shotgun found during traffic stop

Police: AK-47, shotgun found during traffic stop

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police say they arrested Juan Torres on Dec. 6 after traffic stop near Southeast 112th and Divison.
PCC approved to take land for Scappoose training center

PCC approved to take land for Scappoose training center

South County Spotlight - News
In statement released Friday, Dec. 6, community college officials say condemnation access was successful, planning ahead to construction
Get your Christmas tree while supplies last

Get your Christmas tree while supplies last

West Linn Tidings - News
Shortage drives up prices, so head to these West Linn, Wilsonville farm sites
Students rally behind 11-year-old with heart defect

Students rally behind 11-year-old with heart defect

Sherwood Gazette - News
Meanwhile, Sherwood High School as well as Sherwood and Laurel Ridge middle schools adopt their own 'Sparrows'
Portland buildings could make space to 'welcome' homeless

Portland buildings could make space to 'welcome' homeless

Portland Tribune - News
At a November meeting, the Planing and Sustainability Commission voted to require developers of downtown buildings to add 'opportunities to rest and…
Hillsboro school employees sue to leave union on their terms

Hillsboro school employees sue to leave union on their terms

Portland Tribune - News
Legal group Freedom Foundation backs a federal lawsuit that could alter strict rules on quitting unions.
Court says Hillsboro police coerced confession, overturns…

Court says Hillsboro police coerced confession, overturns…

Portland Tribune - News
A dissenting opinion in the murder case argues that the suspect voluntarily approached police with his admission. A further appeal is possible.

OPB: Eudaly officially running for another term

Portland Tribune - News
OPB: Eudaly officially running for another term
Eudaly's already drawn several opponents: energy consultant Jack Kerfoot, who has said he plans to put renewable energy at the core of his platform;…

Bend Bulletin rolls out on Pamplin Media Group…

Business Tribune - Columns
Bend Bulletin rolls out on Pamplin Media Group…
With the Bulletin now printing at the new press in Prineville, the region's two major newspaper companies are united in support of each other's…

Ducks covered in roses after 37-15 win over No. 5…

Portland Tribune - News
Ducks covered in roses after 37-15 win over No. 5…
CJ Verdell rushes for 208 yards and three scores and UO defense outplays the Utes as the Ducks head to Pasadena's Jan. 1 Rose Bowl.

Beaverton scope maker Leupold sponsors Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Beaverton scope maker Leupold sponsors Oregon…
After ending relationship with Trail Blazers, Leupold & Stevens will work with Oregon State Sheriffs' Association.

Plea bargain deal falls through in Hurwitz case

Portland Tribune - News
Plea bargain deal falls through in Hurwitz case
Convicted Portland murderer remains jailed in California on drug and illegal money charges.

Program cuts would save MHCC $800,000

Gresham Outlook - News
Program cuts would save MHCC $800,000
Ending the 7 career specialties will slice enrollment by 182 students, administration estimates

Washington County joins Multnomah County in…

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County joins Multnomah County in…
Regional advisory for air stagnation in effect through Friday and could be extended depending on weather.

Appeals court throws out protective order against…

Portland Tribune - News
Appeals court throws out protective order against…
State ruling means concerned citizens can question public officials in public, even if the officials don't like it.

Gresham mayor Shane Bemis hits the road

Gresham Outlook - News
Gresham mayor Shane Bemis hits the road
Mayor Shane Bemis talks parks, homelessness, and more for State of the City videos

Dirksen won't run for third term on Metro Council

Portland Tribune - News
Dirksen won't run for third term on Metro Council
Mayor of Tigard from 2003 to 2012, Dirksen says he's been in elected office long enough.

Washington County sheriff, ICE clash again

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County sheriff, ICE clash again
Latest dispute involves manslaughter suspect in 4-month-old fatal crash who posted bail and fled to Mexico; ICE sought an administrative detainer on…

198-unit senior community breaks ground in Tigard…

Portland Tribune - News
198-unit senior community breaks ground in Tigard…
The five-story complex is the first in the Tigard Triangle to not have to make changes to its original proposal

Multnomah managers blamed shortage on cut that…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah managers blamed shortage on cut that…
County audit says public, board were misled: Questionable management to blame for 2017 budget request, not state

Feds: Oregon child welfare fails people with…

Portland Tribune - News
Feds: Oregon child welfare fails people with…
State human services department agrees to 'prevent discrimination against parents with disabilities in Oregon's child welfare system.'

State's third largest party invites unaffiliated…

Portland Tribune - News
State's third largest party invites unaffiliated…
As Oregon prepares for primary elections, the Independent Party seeks to engage growing voting bloc.

Oregon attorney general's lawsuit hits Johnson &…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon attorney general's lawsuit hits Johnson &…
Legal fight alleges the New Jersey company engaged in deceptive practices that harmed thousands of women.

Lawsuit alleges age, disability bias by Amazon

Gresham Outlook - News
Lawsuit alleges age, disability bias by Amazon
Troutdale facility target of $300K suit by Tim Barnes, former employee and local resident

Fire Station 23 staffing puts 'public safety in…

Portland Tribune - News
Fire Station 23 staffing puts 'public safety in…
The station has just two firefighters during any given shift and its fire engine can't be operated by only two people.

Portlander recounts sexual abuse in U.S. Coast Guard

Portland Tribune - News
Portlander recounts sexual abuse in U.S. Coast Guard
Former U.S. Coast Guard member says being young, black and queer in military meant coming of age in a culture of exclusion and abuse

Sources: As nation tunes in, Francke podcast…

Portland Tribune - News
Sources: As nation tunes in, Francke podcast…
Plus, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is interested in learning how local groups could use the never-opened Wapato Jail to help…

Report: 34% in Multnomah County can't cover basic…

Portland Tribune - News
Report: 34% in Multnomah County can't cover basic…
The report includes some 13 recommendations for addressing poverty in Multnomah County. They include making sure there are support services in areas…

Reporter's notebook: Killer lets me have the last…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Reporter's notebook: Killer lets me have the last…
Larry Hurwitz''s unpublished autobiography ends with a challenge to the journalist who covered him for 30 years.

There butt for the grace of receptacles...

Portland Tribune - News
There butt for the grace of receptacles...
Local businesses launch initiative to educate Pearl District business owners, residents, and visitors on cigarette bin locations, use, and disposal.

State report singles out Portland for police…

Portland Tribune - News
State report singles out Portland for police…
Landmark study paints a complex picture of policing across the state that has some civil rights advocates concerned.

Oregon retailers see good ho-ho-holiday sales ahead

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon retailers see good ho-ho-holiday sales ahead
No recession ... yet ... but economic indicators have economists, bankers, retailers on the lookout for stockings full of coal.

MHCC president offers details on 7 programs set to…

Gresham Outlook - News
MHCC president offers details on 7 programs set to…
College board of directors will learn more about courses facing ax at Dec. 4 meeting

Book Smart: Local authors offer a little holiday…

Portland Tribune - News
Book Smart: Local authors offer a little holiday…
Oregon Historical Society launches its 52nd annual Holiday Cheer book sale, featuring Northwest Authors, this Sunday.

Suspect sought in SE Portland hit-and-run crash

Portland Tribune - News
Suspect sought in SE Portland hit-and-run crash
A woman and her dog are injured by a car that left the scene of the Monday crash in the Buckman neighborhood.

Despite HUD visit, Wapato Jail's future still…

Portland Tribune - News
Despite HUD visit, Wapato Jail's future still…
In a typical year, HUD awards about $25 million to the Portland and Multnomah County. But the agency leaves most decisions on how to use those…

Plans move forward to re-open Willamette Falls Locks

Portland Tribune - News
Plans move forward to re-open Willamette Falls Locks
Idea needs state, federal funding, Oregon legislative help after 2011 closure by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

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