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FEMA: Safe Rest Village violates Sears Armory restrictions

FEMA: Safe Rest Village violates Sears Armory restrictions

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Portland talking to US General Services Administration to resolve the non-compliance issue at the controversial managed homeless camp.
Roe v. Wade reversal inspires Milwaukie council candidate

Roe v. Wade reversal inspires Milwaukie council candidate

Portland Tribune - News
If elected in November, Rebecca Stavenjord plans to represent women and caregivers
Oregon City faith healer pleads guilty to hurting second son

Oregon City faith healer pleads guilty to hurting second son

Portland Tribune - News
Shannon Hickman, who served six years in prison for infant's death, admits to slapping her other boy.
Fire damages apartment in downtown Portland

Fire damages apartment in downtown Portland

Portland Tribune - News
No one is reported injured in the early Wednesday fire near Southwest 12th and Alder.
Auditor criticizes Portland Fire for lack of diversity

Auditor criticizes Portland Fire for lack of diversity

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Fire Bureau is too white, male and straight, a newly released city audit charges.
Lawsuit: Leslie Wright files for 'mirror,' not Oregon City…

Lawsuit: Leslie Wright files for 'mirror,' not Oregon City…

Portland Tribune - News
Candidate writes incorrect word on official paperwork; judge will decide whether it's grounds for tossing him off the ballot.
Games & Puzzle Corner

Games & Puzzle Corner

Portland Tribune - News
Looking to play some games? We've got you covered with mini-crosswords, word searches, and sudoku!
Quip City: Why Johnson called Portland the 'city of roaches'

Quip City: Why Johnson called Portland the 'city of roaches'

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon gubernatorial candidate's campaign expands on the comment in light of a New York Times story.
Portland charter reform rulings clash

Portland charter reform rulings clash

Portland Tribune - News
City officials seem to disagree on whether changes require more than one ballot measure.
East vs. west meets left vs. right in 5th District race

East vs. west meets left vs. right in 5th District race

Portland Tribune - News
Abortion likely to be big issue in the election after the U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Attempted murder charges for man accused of attacking…

Attempted murder charges for man accused of attacking…

Portland Tribune - News
Keffer James White, 29, is accused of an unprovoked attack on two elderly men who were waiting at a bus stop.
Pay raises, retention bonus coming for Portland school…

Pay raises, retention bonus coming for Portland school…

Portland Tribune - News
Board approves historic wage increase for custodians. Teachers and cafeteria workers will see COLAs and bonuses.
Leadership changing at Business for a Better Portland

Leadership changing at Business for a Better Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Retiring state Rep. Karin Powers, D-Milwaukie, to lead transition with founding executive director over the summer.
In abortion access fight, Oregon has a tool unlike any other

In abortion access fight, Oregon has a tool unlike any other

Portland Tribune - News
Washington state looks to emulate Oregon's toughest-in-the-nation health care merger law.
Deaths double typical level during June 2021 'heat dome'

Deaths double typical level during June 2021 'heat dome'

Portland Tribune - News
A new report from Multnomah County supports a previous assumption that the heat event led to an increase in all deaths.
Council to hear proposed Portland government changes

Council to hear proposed Portland government changes

Portland Tribune - News
The afternoon June 29 hearing will include a report from the Charter Commission on the Nov. 8 measure to change the measure.
Minimum wage will increase July 1 in Oregon

Minimum wage will increase July 1 in Oregon

Portland Tribune - News
Wages will increase to $14.75 for much of the Portland area, $13.50 for outlying areas.
Security guard shot with own gun by suspect

Security guard shot with own gun by suspect

Portland Tribune - News
The guard was saved by his ballistic vest when shot during Sunday struggle in Southeast Portland.
Survey: Majority of Oregonians support stricter gun laws

Survey: Majority of Oregonians support stricter gun laws

Portland Tribune - News
Residents of state are more polarized on issue than nationally based on political party affiliation.
Two retirees bring Oregon City mayoral candidate total to…

Two retirees bring Oregon City mayoral candidate total to…

Portland Tribune - News
June 28 update: Denyse McGriff was only candidate to submit Voters' Pamphlet statement on time, but Allen Bedore, Dan Berge and Leslie Wright will…
Will abortion affect the 2022 Oregon election?

Will abortion affect the 2022 Oregon election?

Portland Tribune - News
Most voters said abortion was their least important issue before the U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Fallen Portland firefighters will be honored Monday

Fallen Portland firefighters will be honored Monday

Portland Tribune - News
Those remembered will include Portland Fire and Rescue Lt. Jerry Richardson, who died of cancer last November.
Protesters attack businesses, Tesla Saturday night

Protesters attack businesses, Tesla Saturday night

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police make no arrests during vandalism because they were also busy elsewhere.
Man arrested after assaulting two elderly people in Portland

Man arrested after assaulting two elderly people in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
One victim suffered life-threatening injuries during the attack, police said.
Multnomah County: Heat deaths double last year

Multnomah County: Heat deaths double last year

Portland Tribune - News
Sunday online fatality report release is less public than usual government practices.
Protesters decry police killing of Tigard man in Milwaukie

Protesters decry police killing of Tigard man in Milwaukie

Portland Tribune - News
Derrick Dewayne Clark remembered for his efforts to help reduce inmate recidivism.
No overnight cooling centers open in Portland region

No overnight cooling centers open in Portland region

Portland Tribune - News
Officials say library and other public facilities are available during the day as temperatures soar.
Abortion rights protests continue Saturday

Abortion rights protests continue Saturday

Portland Tribune - News
Bans Off Our Bodies banners to hang along I-5 blasting the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
New Hatfield biography focuses on early years, governorship

New Hatfield biography focuses on early years, governorship

Portland Tribune - News
With Senate papers due to open, historian praises 'admirable leadership,' but also touches on later scandals.
SCOTUS ruling draws Portland protests

SCOTUS ruling draws Portland protests

Portland Tribune - News
Angry demonstrations included calls for action to help those without access to abortion.

Abortion rights protests start in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Abortion rights protests start in Portland
Police said they will investigate and possibly arrest anyone who breaks the law.

On the right: Foes of abortion rights hail SCOTUS…

Portland Tribune - News
On the right: Foes of abortion rights hail SCOTUS…
Republicans have made opposition to Roe v. Wade a campaign plank for decades; many celebrate Friday's ruling.

Donations sought for Oregon's Reproductive Health…

Portland Tribune - News
Donations sought for Oregon's Reproductive Health…
In wake of SCOTUS decision ending guaranteed abortion access, advocates say more money is needed for the fund.

On the left: Many elected officials decry abortion…

Portland Tribune - News
On the left: Many elected officials decry abortion…
Elected Democrats and candidates blast Supreme Court for overturning Roe v. Wade and reproductive rights.

Sunday Parkways return on June 26 in Cully…

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Sunday Parkways return on June 26 in Cully…
The popular Portland neighborhood celebration program resumes after a two year delay caused by COVID-19.

Governor stands firm: Local access to abortion will…

Portland Tribune - News
Governor stands firm: Local access to abortion will…
Gov. Kate Brown and her counterparts in Washington and California issue a 'Multi-State Commitment.'

TriMet dealing with assaults, staffing shortage

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet dealing with assaults, staffing shortage
The regional transit agency said it needs 350 more employees but driver safety is a big concern.

U.S. Supreme Court overturns reproductive rights

Portland Tribune - News
U.S. Supreme Court overturns reproductive rights
Oregon reactions roll in on the ruling that ends federal guarantees of a woman's right to choose.

Part of I-84W to close over the weekend

Portland Tribune - News
Part of I-84W to close over the weekend
TriMet will close a portion of the Banfield Freeway until Monday, June 27 for MAX project.

Beaverton principal's retirement begins summer…

Portland Tribune - News
Beaverton principal's retirement begins summer…
With Twality Middle School's principal moving to Beaverton High, a new principal from PPS has been hired at Twality.

Oregon City-based wagons teach technological…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City-based wagons teach technological…
Curtis Heritage Education Center moves its large collection of 1800s horse-drawn vehicles, artifacts

Providence St. Vincent nurses reject hospital…

Portland Tribune - News
Providence St. Vincent nurses reject hospital…
No strike date has been set yet at the hospital located in Southwest Portland.

Homeless shelter ballot campaign gives up

Portland Tribune - News
Homeless shelter ballot campaign gives up
Political action committee refunds more than $360,000 to its contributors.

Follow 2022 NBA Draft live: Blazers take Jabari…

Portland Tribune - News
Follow 2022 NBA Draft live: Blazers take Jabari…
Follow here throughout the day on the latest news with the Trail Blazers and more at the NBA Draft

Oregonians send aid to Ukrainians, with love

Portland Tribune - News
Oregonians send aid to Ukrainians, with love
Happy Valley woman mobilizes friends to create nonprofit, provide supplies and bread for war-ravaged country

Federal school meal bill stops short of universal…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal school meal bill stops short of universal…
Rep. Bonamici helped shepherd the Keep Kids Fed Act through the U.S. House of Representatives Thursday, June 23.

Deja Fitzwater crowned Miss Oregon's Outstanding…

Portland Tribune - News
Deja Fitzwater crowned Miss Oregon's Outstanding…
Tigard High School student, 17-year-old Clackamas County resident will attend national pageant in August

Tigard DUII suspect killed in Milwaukie after…

Portland Tribune - News
Tigard DUII suspect killed in Milwaukie after…
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office, Oregon State Police chase man into city, where he reportedly emerged from his crashed vehicle with a gun

Pediatric ICU doctor: Vaccinate kids under 5 for…

Portland Tribune - News
Pediatric ICU doctor: Vaccinate kids under 5 for…
Dr. Wendy Hasson says even kids under 5 with no preexisting conditions can get very sick with COVID-19.

TriMet to cancel some bus lines in September

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet to cancel some bus lines in September
The regional transit agency is reducing service again because of its worst driver shortage.

Fun and flying: Tigard Festival of Balloons returns

Portland Tribune - News
Fun and flying: Tigard Festival of Balloons returns
There will be as many as 20 balloons taking flight June 24-26 at Cook Park; tethered rides are available for all ages.

STREET LIVES: Homeless youth prepare for summer

Portland Tribune - News
STREET LIVES: Homeless youth prepare for summer
Swept once again, trans threesome in an ice-fishing tent lands under the freeway, with their cat.

Portland pools, splash pads open as heat arrives

Portland Tribune - News
Portland pools, splash pads open as heat arrives
Summer recreation activities kick off at Portland Parks and Recreation locations.

Feds surprise Oregon City High School with…

Portland Tribune - News
Feds surprise Oregon City High School with…
U.S. Army Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps asked by U.S. Department of Energy to provide colorguard.

Motorcyclist seriously hurt in crash with PPB…

Portland Tribune - News
Motorcyclist seriously hurt in crash with PPB…
The Portland officer was responding to a call when the Tuesday evening crash happened in the Lents neighborhood.

Private fireworks banned in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Private fireworks banned in Portland
Portland Fire and Rescue encourage people to watch the Portland Blues Festival fireworks show on the Fourth of July.

WashCo Jail deaths highlight larger trend and…

Portland Tribune - News
WashCo Jail deaths highlight larger trend and…
The Washington County Jail in Hillsboro has never had a stretch quite like the recent three deaths in under two months.

Portland charter changes debated before vote

Portland Tribune - News
Portland charter changes debated before vote
The City Council will receive a report on the proposed form of government changes on June 29.

Two killed in Monday shootings in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Two killed in Monday shootings in Portland
The Portland Spirit cruise ship is also hit by gunfire Monday night but no one is hurt.

DEQ: Apply for climate protection program equity…

Portland Tribune - News
DEQ: Apply for climate protection program equity…
Members will guide investments in clean energy programs, prioritizing communities most affected by climate change.

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