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Council sets Aug. 12 for final infill plan vote

Council sets Aug. 12 for final infill plan vote

Portland Tribune - News
Amendments to the Residential Infill Plan are adopted on Aug. 5 ahead of final vote next Wednesday.
Murder spike prompts attacks on disbanding police unit

Murder spike prompts attacks on disbanding police unit

Portland Tribune - News
Police union leader, Republicans and conservative media pile on City Council after killings increase.
Oregon is now Real ID compliant - but what does that mean?

Oregon is now Real ID compliant - but what does that mean?

Portland Tribune - News
Appointments and a mask are now required in order to visit an Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles field office.
Portland cleans tear gas residue off downtown drains

Portland cleans tear gas residue off downtown drains

Portland Tribune - News
Bureau of Environmental Services cleaned six drains near the epicenter of nightly protests on Wednesday, Aug. 5.
Oregon reports 299 new cases of COVID-19, five more deaths

Oregon reports 299 new cases of COVID-19, five more deaths

Portland Tribune - News
Weekly report also shows rise in cases, percentage of positive tests between July 27 and Aug. 2.
Lake Oswego neighbors quarrel over Black Lives Matter sign

Lake Oswego neighbors quarrel over Black Lives Matter sign

Portland Tribune - News
Lake Oswego neighbors asked a resident to remove Black Lives Matter signage from their window.
Oregon lawmakers ponder split opinions on police practices

Oregon lawmakers ponder split opinions on police practices

Portland Tribune - News
Citizens back restrictions, but sheriffs say the draft bills go too far or are impractical.
Portland Police Chief Lovell: Nightly violence hurts…

Portland Police Chief Lovell: Nightly violence hurts…

Portland Tribune - News
Staffing protests has led to skimpy police patrols, per chief. He links loss of gun team to a surge of homicides in July.
Mt. Hood National Forest leaders announce ban on campfires

Mt. Hood National Forest leaders announce ban on campfires

Portland Tribune - News
The order comes after Forest Service crews extinguished more than 100 abandoned campfires during July
Clackamas County lost 951 jobs to offshoring since 2017

Clackamas County lost 951 jobs to offshoring since 2017

Portland Tribune - News
New report shows Lake Oswego, Milwaukie, Wilsonville and West Linn hit hard by trade-related jobs loss
Clackamas County asking state for alternative to tolling…

Clackamas County asking state for alternative to tolling…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City, Gladstone, Canby, West Linn and Lake Oswego want a 'no toll, no build' option added to list of project recommendations
Milwaukie calls on county to fast-track new cities

Milwaukie calls on county to fast-track new cities

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County responds that it plans to leave incorporation decisions to local residents
Protesters set fire to Portland police union heaquarters

Protesters set fire to Portland police union heaquarters

Portland Tribune - News
Police declare a riot and disperse the crowd in North Portland early Wednesday morning.
Ballots must now be hand delivered in City Council election

Ballots must now be hand delivered in City Council election

Portland Tribune - News
Dan Ryan and Loretta Smith seek to replace City Commissioner Fish, who died in January
Oregon City funds $20K in restaurant gift certificates

Oregon City funds $20K in restaurant gift certificates

Portland Tribune - News
City officials hope to assist businesses with ongoing impact of pandemic, while educating citizens on points of interest
Hillsboro fairgrounds to become managed homeless camp

Hillsboro fairgrounds to become managed homeless camp

Portland Tribune - News
Officials hope to relocate homeless people camping in four unmanaged camps to a managed camp to limit COVID-19 spread.
Portland: Feds suffer 277 injuries but no lasting blindness

Portland: Feds suffer 277 injuries but no lasting blindness

Portland Tribune - News
The Department of Homeland Security's acting deputy secretary, Ken Cuccinelli, contradicted earlier reports from the White House press secretary.
Navy vet beaten at protest testifies to Congress

Navy vet beaten at protest testifies to Congress

Portland Tribune - News
Christopher David said protests were peaceful before federal officers beat him and attacked other protesters.
Work underway on Flanders Crossing bridge in NW Portland

Work underway on Flanders Crossing bridge in NW Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Flanders Crossing bridge starts construction this week, eventually bringing a bike-friendly bridge to the Pearl and Northwest Portland
New principal starts at Harriet Tubman Middle School

New principal starts at Harriet Tubman Middle School

Portland Tribune - News
PPS Chief of Schools calls Louis Mair, an eductor from Geogia, 'the right leader at the right time.'
Sunset High student nonprofit keeps kids virtually engaged

Sunset High student nonprofit keeps kids virtually engaged

Portland Tribune - News
CyberBORN offers free virtual workshops to elementary school students so they continue to learn during the summer despite the pandemic.
Oregon Zoo director retires this month

Oregon Zoo director retires this month

Portland Tribune - News
Don Moore has been part of zoos and wildlife conservation for more than 40 years.
Protesters target Multnomah County Sheriff's Office again

Protesters target Multnomah County Sheriff's Office again

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police declare an unlawful assembly outside eastside facility for second time in three nights.
Former Multnomah sheriff's deputy teaches kids about racism

Former Multnomah sheriff's deputy teaches kids about racism

Portland Tribune - News
Retired sherrif's deputy Rob Ward inspired by local kids protesting racism and police brutality
Snap Fitness Happy Valley expands into competitor's space

Snap Fitness Happy Valley expands into competitor's space

Portland Tribune - News
5-year-old business takes over 21,600 square feet from B-Fit next door, near Grocery Outlet
Federal funds help George Fox battle pain pill addiction

Federal funds help George Fox battle pain pill addiction

Portland Tribune - News
Empowered by a federal grant, George Fox University doctor of psychology trains students to provide care for vulnerable.
Governor's office: DHS wrong about state, local law…

Governor's office: DHS wrong about state, local law…

Portland Tribune - News
Video message from Acting Director Chad Wolf criticizes Portland and the state for putting 'politics over public safety'
David Emami again hopes to make Oregon history

David Emami again hopes to make Oregon history

Portland Tribune - News
First Iranian-American to serve on city council in state files for election to the position in November
Schmidt becomes Multnomah County DA during 'historic and…

Schmidt becomes Multnomah County DA during 'historic and…

Portland Tribune - News
Outgoing District Attorney Rod Underhill retired early to allow May primary election election winner to take office before January.
1,500 electric bikes hitting Portland streets next month

1,500 electric bikes hitting Portland streets next month

Portland Tribune - News
Biketown program ditches pedal-powered bikes under new five-year contract between the city of Portland, Lyft.

Steel Bridge closed for TriMet project

Portland Tribune - News
Steel Bridge closed for TriMet project
The month-long closure is disrupting traffic across the Willamette River crossing between the Rose Quarter and Old Town.

Council to adopt infill project amendments on Aug. 5

Portland Tribune - News
Council to adopt infill project amendments on Aug. 5
The final vote for the Residential Infill Plan intended to increase density in Portland neighborhoods is not yet scheduled.

Some Oregonians may qualify for advance…

Portland Tribune - News
Some Oregonians may qualify for advance…
Agency says it will reach out to some people awaiting adjudication of their claims.

Wall of Moms leader ousted after clash

Portland Tribune - News
Wall of Moms leader ousted after clash
Group of yellow-shirted women who stood at the front of downtown protests says Bev Barnum 'fired' after 'internal investigation'

'Racism is taught,' Lake Oswego students say

Portland Tribune - News
'Racism is taught,' Lake Oswego students say
Second anti-racism petition circulates in Lake Oswego School District as alumni ask for district to be actively anti-racist, change curriculum.

Rent due, but you can't be evicted because of…

Portland Tribune - News
Rent due, but you can't be evicted because of…
Eviction moritorium is extended through Sept. 30 to help those whose income has been reduced because of the pandemic.

Federal appeals court sets hearing for Oregon,…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal appeals court sets hearing for Oregon,…
At issue on Aug. 13 are lower signature thresholds set by judges in the coronavirus pandemic.

Altercation at 'Blue Lives Matter' protest ends in…

Portland Tribune - News
Altercation at 'Blue Lives Matter' protest ends in…
West Linn woman cited for throwing water at teen driver during 'Blue Lives Matter' protest on July 17 incident

Wyden: No Senate talks in sight to break deadlock…

Portland Tribune - News
Wyden: No Senate talks in sight to break deadlock…
Oregon Democrat derides GOP plan to phase down $600 weekly amount that has expired.

Police: Hillsboro man yelled racial slurs at Black…

Portland Tribune - News
Police: Hillsboro man yelled racial slurs at Black…
John Blackmore allegedly yelled racial slurs at an elderly woman and her son in an apartment parking lot.

Two Multnomah preschool measures hope to join forces

Portland Tribune - News
Two Multnomah preschool measures hope to join forces
County code, election law may complicate effort to divert voter-backed measure from ballot

Gov. Brown calls Aug. 10 special session to balance…

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Brown calls Aug. 10 special session to balance…
Leaders already were at work on $1 billion plan blending cuts and fund shifts, but no federal aid.

Portland protests stay calm as state troopers take…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland protests stay calm as state troopers take…
Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Mark O. Hatfield Courthouse in downtown Portland on Thursday night, July 30.

Clackamas County headed in right direction on…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County headed in right direction on…
Metro region's public health indicators make progress toward meeting all six criteria set by state for reopening

Ryan and Smith mostly civil in City Club debate

Portland Tribune - News
Ryan and Smith mostly civil in City Club debate
The special City Council runoff election is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 11, with ballots due by 5 p.m.

Brown creates Racial Justice Council to change…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown creates Racial Justice Council to change…
The Oregon governor creates new advisory group to shape next state budget and more.

Oregon City Farmers Market SNAP customers now get…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City Farmers Market SNAP customers now get…
Grant from city, Metro allows low-income customers to double their dollars on state-provided Oregon Trail card

MHCC Foundation to become new owner of Yoshida…

Portland Tribune - News
MHCC Foundation to become new owner of Yoshida…
Dan Corcoran, MHCC foundation president, described the donation of the Yoshida Estate as an 'amazing gift.'

Police seek witnesses to Oregon City McDonald's…

Portland Tribune - News
Police seek witnesses to Oregon City McDonald's…
Male victim undergoes surgery at OHSU after receiving stabbing wound from another man

Sportswear giant Nike to lay off 500 workers

Portland Tribune - News
Sportswear giant Nike to lay off 500 workers
The cuts to Nike's corporate workforce at its Beaverton-area world headquarters will be permanent.

Federal courthouse architects: It's just a manmade…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal courthouse architects: It's just a manmade…
Bora Architects, who designed the building, defends protesters over property in statement supporting Black Lives Matter.

Portland mayor apologizes for use of tear gas on…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland mayor apologizes for use of tear gas on…
Ted Wheeler issued an apology to non-violent protesters on July 30, saying the use of gas 'should never have happened.'

Portland police ballot measure likely to be…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police ballot measure likely to be…
Lawyers who've fought police unions say measure clashes with state law, contract; Hardesty vows city would win.

Portland police: July homicides spike, most in 30…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police: July homicides spike, most in 30…
There have been 15 homicides since July 1, according to the Portland Police Bureau, the most in any month in 30 years.

Trump to Portland: I'll send in National Guard…

Portland Tribune - News
Trump to Portland: I'll send in National Guard…
President's threat comes a day after Gov. Kate Brown wins deal to withdraw federal agents from downtown courthouse.

Clackamas County residents mostly have positive…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County residents mostly have positive…
Despite COVID-19, survey shows majority is generally happy with quality of life, services

Clackamas County businesses get land-use flexibility

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County businesses get land-use flexibility
Temporary modifications to ordinances aim to allow for more reopenings with physical distancing

Milwaukie driver arrested for DUII; Sandy woman dies

Portland Tribune - News
Milwaukie driver arrested for DUII; Sandy woman dies
Highway 224 crash kills 46-year-old Cynthia Martin; 51-year-old Kurtiss Orcutt arrested

Employment Department: Some Work Share recipients…

Portland Tribune - News
Employment Department: Some Work Share recipients…
Acting director says problem is not widespread, and extra money needs to be repaid.

Meals on Wheels People asking for fans to keep…

Portland Tribune - News
Meals on Wheels People asking for fans to keep…
Fans can be brought to the Meals on Wheels People central office from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 7710 S.W. 31st Ave. in Portland.

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