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Business group withdraws effort to refer Student Success…

Portland Tribune - News
Group's leader said lawmakers were crafty in passing legislation to make a referral nearly impossible.

Confusion remains over rent policies

Portland Tribune - News
Seminar reveals landlord concerns about new Oregon law and Portland policy designed to help renters

Oregon's economy stays hot in June with 4% unemployment rate

Portland Tribune - News
Statewide job growth rate during the past 12 months was faster than the national job growth rate of 1.5%.

Clashes resurface at KBOO community radio

Portland Tribune - News
Board recall petition, staffer investigation make waves at longtime community radio station, which has been torn by strife before

Judge orders state DEQ to do more to shield salmon streams

Portland Tribune - News
Ruling says says state is not doing enough to protect endangered species from harmful effects of logging

Your City Hall: Candidates can seek matching city funds

Portland Tribune - News
The city began accepting application for campaign funding through the new Open and Accountable Elections program on July 1.

Local officials protest move by Missouri-based firm to…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah officials question state approval of Oregon Health Plan care organization owned by Fortune 500 company

Supporters hope Holocaust education bill heals 'scars of…

Portland Tribune - News
Guests at Oregon Jewish Museum witness Gov. Brown sign bill that joins Oregon with 10 other states in mandating teaching about genocide and the…

Police say suspicious package not a bomb

Portland Tribune - News
Threat forced everyone out of City Hall and closed nearby streets Monday morning.

Improvements aim to make NE 102nd Ave safer

Portland Tribune - News
Northeast 102nd Avenue is one of the most dangerous streets for pedestrians, with three fatalities in the area since 2014.

Hardesty boosts Blumenauer's 'climate crisis' declaration

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Earl Blumenauer rallies in Portland for resolution declaring climate change a national emergency.

Legality of Portland Harbor cleanup fund challenged

Portland Tribune - News
A lawsuit against a $12 million city contribution to an EPA trust is filed by sewer ratepayer advocates

Beaverton police seek suspect in officer-involved shooting

Beaverton Valley Times - News
UPDATE: Calvin Ramone Davenport is wanted on assault, promoting prostitution charges, police say

Police talk woman in crisis down from Steel Bridge

Portland Tribune - News
Major connection between east and west Portland is shut down Sunday morning while police negotiate with woman experiencing mental health crisis

Amid crackdown, PPB says no role enforcing immigration laws

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Police Bureau reelased a statement Sunday as the Trump Administration began announced immigration sweeps

Armed suspect escapes police in Southeast Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Police ask the public to help find a man who ran from a traffic stop with a gun Saturday evening

Beaverton teens die in crash near Molalla

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beaverton man dies in two-car accident about 3:20 p.m. on Highway 211 near Molalla

Boquist's wife reveals death threats, files legislative…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Peggy Boquist said legislative officials created heated political environment that led to threats

Teen arrested for robbery at gunpoint in SE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
A 15-year-old was arrested by Portland Police Bureau after suspect demanded phone in Harrison Park.

Controversial public engagement committee to meet Thursday

Portland Tribune - News
The final meeting of the citizen committee advising on the rewrite of the City Code is scheduled for July 18 in North Portland

Presidential candidate Andrew Yang draws crowd in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Supporters of Yang's Freedom Dividend swarmed Pioneer Courthouse Square on Saturday, July 13.

Who's paying for Republicans' walkout protest?

Portland Tribune - News
In the shadow of Senate Republicans' infamous walkout, questions remain on how the protest was financed and whether Democrats will make good on their…

Big Float leader unconcerned by shrinkage

Portland Tribune - News
Less early signups but more sponsors and more momentum spur Human Access Project leader Willie Levenson and his Willamette River leisure seekers.

Man 'in crisis' above I-84 saved by intervention team

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau said a man was taken to the hospital after traffic was snarled on Interstate 84.

Former PSU professor to serve prison sentence for child…

Portland Tribune - News
Niles Lehman, former Portland chemistry professor, will serve 2.5 years after plea deal

CCSO: Person dies in roll-over crash in Stafford

The Times - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office seeks tips in crash that injured four others on July 12.

Gresham police seize more than 1,000 illegal fireworks

Gresham Outlook - News
Police Officers issued fewer warnings, with focus on neighborhood safety for all

Father, son make heroic rescue during Gresham fire

Gresham Outlook - News
Construction workers pull grandmother, two children from buring home Friday morning

Mayor: Most protests aren't violent, city isn't 'lawless'

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler addresses misperceptions about Portland during news conference.

Baby dies in tragic accident at speedway

Madras Pioneer - News
A 4-month-old infant was fatally injured July 6, rushed to the hospital, but died early July 7.

Grumpy's Towing sues St. Helens

South County Spotlight - News
The Scappoose company claims the city violated state law when it awarded a contract to a competitor

Blumenauer pushes for climate change national…

Portland Tribune - News
Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez sign on to Oregon congressman's resolution.

Cornelius Pass closure pushed back again

South County Spotlight - News
Delay announced today while contractor waits for parts of temporary traffic light

LO man sentenced for fentanyl distribution

Lake Oswego Review - News
The 'prolific darknet narcotics vendor' was connected to a deadly 2017 overdose in Wisconsin

Task force to recommend Portland street tolls

Portland Tribune - News
City Council approves appointment of advisory group to help develop policy to discourage driving.

Experts exploring solutions to Portland's violent…

Portland Tribune - News
Michael German, Mary McCord urge new approaches to defuse endemic Portland street brawls

Convicted Portland murderer remains jailed in…

Portland Tribune - News
Larry Hurwitz was arrested on drug and illegal money charges while on parole for the 1990 murder of Tim Moreau, whose body has never been found.

Sources: Threats of violence now just part of job,…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, both protest sides think Wheeler is conspiring against them and newest homeless count figures coming out later than usual

Wildflower walkway funding approved in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Seeds to be planted along final third of historic McLoughlin Promenade, near Museum of the Oregon Territory

Funds doubled for vision screening of Oregon kids

Portland Tribune - News
School-based eye exams lead to better detection of problems, increased student performance

Oregon City canned cocktails to be distributed by…

Clackamas Review - News
503 Distilling expects production to increase tenfold through 400 more stores in Arizona, Northern California, Nevada, Washington, Nebraska and Idaho

Former St. Helens High teacher pleads guilty to…

South County Spotlight - News
Kyle Jarred Wroblewski, 45, pleaded guilty to five counts of sex abuse, waiving right to trial

Police seek to identify protest 'assault suspect'

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau claims this man committed assault during Saturday, June 29 protest downtown.

Woman arrested after fellow customer stabbed at…

Sandy Post - News
Stabbing victim reported in 'good condition' after violent incident on Tuesday evening, July 9

Oregon Zoo elephant is about to become a mother

Portland Tribune - News
Staff was surprised by Chendra's pregnancy, but not sure which male elephant is the father.

Construction legislation divvies up millions to…

Portland Tribune - News
One of the last bills passed was also one of the more important, funding housing, building repair and medical treatment for incarcerated youth.

Second victim dies in hit-and-run crash

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Antonio Montgomery, 20, now faces additional murder charge in Sunday crash in Outheast Portland

Presidential hopeful Gov. Jay Inslee campaigns in…

Portland Tribune - News
The Democratic governor of Washington talked about climate change during event at The Old Church.

Blackburn Center opens with 175 beds, $52 million…

Portland Tribune - News
Central City Concern's new facility for homeless offers medical care, housing on East Burnside in Portland

Donations keep Multnomah County animal shelter…

Gresham Outlook - News
Recent monetary gift will assist kitten triage program at animal shelter in Troutdale

Oregon chooses 15 companies to provide low-income…

Portland Tribune - News
Contractors to serve 1 million Oregonians play big role in reforms, state says oversight improved.

Iannarone announces second race for Portland mayor

Portland Tribune - News
Community activist finished in third place with 22,831 votes in 2016 primary election.

Carmen Rubio running for City Council

Portland Tribune - News
The executive director of the Latino Network filed a political action committee on Monday, July 8

Albert Lee challenges Blumenauer for 3rd…

Portland Tribune - News
Democratic primary candidate wants to break cycle started by Rep. Earl Blumenauer in 1996.

Development banned on 57 acres of East County…

Portland Tribune - News
In Multnomah County, USDA data shows a 75% increase in the value of farmland and buildings from 2012-2107

Council gets handle on arts spending

Portland Tribune - News
City Council may update criteria for spending funds generated by the city's 2% for Art Program.

Construction heats up at Milwaukie High School

Clackamas Review - News
Collaboration, communication help four-phase project stay on track over summer

Portland-area schools grapple with high special-ed…

Clackamas Review - News
Beaverton's Todd Nicholson to lead Oregon City programs, second only to North Clackamas School District for metro area's largest proportions of…

Portland murderer arrested on drug, money charges

Portland Tribune - News
Former Starry Night owner is arrested in California with four pounds of cocaine and more than $300,000 in cash

Free landlord-tenant law seminar set for Wednesday

Portland Tribune - News
The presentation is sponsored by Oregon Housing and Community Services in partnership with the Oregon State Bar Association

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