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Clackamas Rebels talk about health detriments of vaping

Clackamas Rebels talk about health detriments of vaping

Portland Tribune - News
High school students spearhead education about dangers of nicotine; federal, state officials consider response to recent vaping deaths
Guns, wildfires and homelessness loom as Oregon lawmakers…

Guns, wildfires and homelessness loom as Oregon lawmakers…

Portland Tribune - News
February's 35-day legislative sprint could complete unfinished business or pass new laws on key issues.
Three counties in Portland area OK refugee resettlement

Three counties in Portland area OK refugee resettlement

Portland Tribune - News
Washington, Multnomah and Clackamas counties issue consent decree that was required by President Donald Trump.
Portland affordable housing completed at Louisa Flowers

Portland affordable housing completed at Louisa Flowers

Portland Tribune - News
Affordable Housing project on Northeast Holladay Street includes community garden space for tenants
Oregon public records council shores up support for…

Oregon public records council shores up support for…

Portland Tribune - News
Members say amendments drafted by League of Oregon Cities' lobbyist could 'torpedo' proposals.
Clackamas County board chair to pay attorney fees

Clackamas County board chair to pay attorney fees

Clackamas Review - News
Despite earlier decision allowing county to pay $20K, Jim Bernard changes mind
DEQ: Portland discharged untreated wastewater into Columbia…

DEQ: Portland discharged untreated wastewater into Columbia…

Portland Tribune - News
State regulators propose to fine the city $40,200 for discharging 263,670 gallon of untreated wastewater in 2018
At least one dead in suspected alcohol-related crash near…

At least one dead in suspected alcohol-related crash near…

Portland Tribune - News
One driver was found deceased in early morning head-on crash on HWY 551 near I-5
It's 'Back to School' for the Oregon Legislature

It's 'Back to School' for the Oregon Legislature

Portland Tribune - News
Question of the day for House Majority Leader and what to expect in the Jan. 23 edition of The Trib.
December unemployment rate lowest since 1976

December unemployment rate lowest since 1976

Portland Tribune - News
Fewer Oregonians are unemployed now than at any point in the past 44 years, with labor market tightening.
Investigators dig into fire that devastated Shirley's Tippy…

Investigators dig into fire that devastated Shirley's Tippy…

Portland Tribune - News
Troutdale restaurant's burglar alarm was triggered on Friday morning about an hour before the blaze was reported
City Council winnows list of priorities for short session

City Council winnows list of priorities for short session

Portland Tribune - News
Still to be decided is whether to support Multnomah County's request for $12.5 million for proposed Behavioral Health Resource Center
Sources: Will Legislature take reins on Rose Quarter…

Sources: Will Legislature take reins on Rose Quarter…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, tension grows over homeless services measure and replacing Fish has affected Metro Council race
Stabbing suspect arrested

Stabbing suspect arrested

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police arrest man wanted for stabbing an off-duty Portland firefighter in a Southwest Portland tavern
Vortex2020 returns 50 years after state sponsored rock fest

Vortex2020 returns 50 years after state sponsored rock fest

Portland Tribune - News
Organizers of Vortex2020 hope to create community through music, service projects for 50th anniversary
Public records council focuses on plan to ensure…

Public records council focuses on plan to ensure…

Portland Tribune - News
League of Oregon Cities' amendments could curtail some of the council's and public records advocates' authority to seek legislation.
Man faces 27 counts after Wood Village woman reports sexual…

Man faces 27 counts after Wood Village woman reports sexual…

Portland Tribune - News
Detectives arrest Alfredo Guzman, who allegedly entered a resident's home and attacked her with her children present
Jeremy Christian declines civilian clothes, calls case…

Jeremy Christian declines civilian clothes, calls case…

Portland Tribune - News
As jury selection begins, defendant in TriMet MAX killings says he'll wear jail blues during trial.
Sweet Cakes owners return to court over same-sex…

Sweet Cakes owners return to court over same-sex…

Portland Tribune - News
Colorado ruling leads former Gresham bakers Melissa and Aaron Klein back to Court of Appeals
Schnitzer doubles down with $10 million Portland Art Museum…

Schnitzer doubles down with $10 million Portland Art Museum…

Portland Tribune - News
Top museum donor's gift will boost plans for new building and endowment to create Rothko Pavilion connecting buildings.
Boring residents beckon Portland to oppose filtration plant

Boring residents beckon Portland to oppose filtration plant

Portland Tribune - News
Bull Run Water Guardians seek 501(c)(3) status for new activist organizatio opposing Portland Water Bureau project.
Jeremy Christian's defense could surprise in TriMet…

Jeremy Christian's defense could surprise in TriMet…

Portland Tribune - News
Despite video and many witnesses, the outcome of the trial over the 2017 light rail stabbings is not a slam-dunk.
Will Portland's public campaign funding run out of cash?

Will Portland's public campaign funding run out of cash?

Portland Tribune - News
Another 12 candidates have indicated interest, which could leave the fund $1.7 million short unless City Council acts.
She and he build 'she-sheds' in Sherwood

She and he build 'she-sheds' in Sherwood

Portland Tribune - News
The backyard buildings can be used to house craft studios or serve as a small office.
Cameron Whitten announces for Metro Council

Cameron Whitten announces for Metro Council

Portland Tribune - News
The race to succeed Metro Councilor Sam Chase heats up after he runs for the City Council
Medical Examiner seeks to ID corpse found in wooded area

Medical Examiner seeks to ID corpse found in wooded area

Portland Tribune - News
The woman, thought to be 30 to 50 years old, was found in a wooded area known for transient camping, according to authorities.
Providence Milwaukie Hospital workers protest

Providence Milwaukie Hospital workers protest

Portland Tribune - News
Health care employees, management have been in contract negotiations for more than a year
Fish memorial celebration moved to Feb. 16

Fish memorial celebration moved to Feb. 16

Portland Tribune - News
The event honoring the late city commissioner will be held at 3 p.m. in Smith Memorial Union on the PSU campus
Bonamici, DeFazio decry refugee camp conditions on border

Bonamici, DeFazio decry refugee camp conditions on border

Portland Tribune - News
Two members of Congress from Oregon participated in a recent visit to Texas and Mexico.
PPB: 438% rise in theft of catalytic converters in Portland

PPB: 438% rise in theft of catalytic converters in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau arrests Andrew Ooten, Donald Newcomb after they were allegedly spotted at auto dealership.

Activists say beloved Portland tree doomed by…

Portland Tribune - News
Activists say beloved Portland tree doomed by…
Merlin Radke built his St. Johns home around a bigleaf maple, and the Tree Emergency Response Team is rallying to save it

Man with gun threatens food cart worker, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Man with gun threatens food cart worker, police say
Portland Police Bureau arrests Dominique Mann on numerous charges after incident on Sunday near 2nd and Oak Street.

CCSO: Damascus bookkeeper embezzles $500,000 from…

Clackamas Review - News
CCSO: Damascus bookkeeper embezzles $500,000 from…
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says Jackie Lynn Stevens bilked half a million from tree nursery between 2015 and 2019

I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project faces questions

Portland Tribune - News
I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project faces questions
The chairman of the Oregon Transportation Commission recommends more discussions and possibly higher costs for the controversial project

Oregon Supreme Court ruling could alter energy…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Supreme Court ruling could alter energy…
Justices allowed energy siting rules that conservation groups say hurt public involvement and will greenlight questionable projects.

Gresham motorcyclist killed in crash in Northeast…

Portland Tribune - News
Gresham motorcyclist killed in crash in Northeast…
The name of the victim in Saturday's collision with a car is not immediately identified by police

Rukaiyah Adams ties King's legacy to Albina vision

Portland Tribune - News
Rukaiyah Adams ties King's legacy to Albina vision
Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church holds annual Salute to Greatness celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

Portland's African American paper shifts to digital

Portland Tribune - News
Portland's African American paper shifts to digital
The Skanner, which served the city's African Americans, will remain online. Its founders, Bernie and Bobbie Foster, do not plan on retiring.

Could a public corporation save the Willamette…

Clackamas Review - News
Could a public corporation save the Willamette…
Willamette Falls Locks Commission is looking for financial support for a possible public corporation to run the locks

Oregon AG joins lawsuit to block food stamp changes

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon AG joins lawsuit to block food stamp changes
Federal program helps feed about 586,000 people in Oregon, but about 21,800 could lose benefits under Trump administration's rules.

Kotek: Expand tolls plan to I-205, I-5 at…

Portland Tribune - News
Kotek: Expand tolls plan to I-205, I-5 at…
The Oregon Transportation Commission is already studying using tolls as a way to raise more money and ease congestion.

A Gresham bank worker gave a man $20. Then she was…

Portland Tribune - News
A Gresham bank worker gave a man $20. Then she was…
Emily James, a former employee of a U.S. Bank call center in Gresham, said she gave $20 of her own money to a man in need

Activists call for up to 8 housing units on most…

Portland Tribune - News
Activists call for up to 8 housing units on most…
A so-called Deeper Affordability Bonus Amendment is being proposed to the Residential Infill Project being consider by the City Council

Shirley's Tippy Canoe destroyed in Friday morning…

Portland Tribune - News
Shirley's Tippy Canoe destroyed in Friday morning…
Fire consumes venerable Troutdale restaurant and lounge along Historic Columbia River Highway

Former Portland Mayor Adams: Sexual harassment…

Portland Tribune - News
Former Portland Mayor Adams: Sexual harassment…
At attorney hired by the former Portland mayor releases a report saying the accusations were never investigated by the city or filed in court.

Small-business owner tapped to fill Williamson…

Portland Tribune - News
Small-business owner tapped to fill Williamson…
Akasha Lawrence-Spence, community activist and real estate firm owner, will serve as a Portland-area state representative through 2020.

Former legislator Mary Nolan announces for the…

Portland Tribune - News
Former legislator Mary Nolan announces for the…
The death of Portland Commissioner Nick Fish triggers a Metro race when Councilor Sam Chase runs to replace him

Gresham-based farm advocate to represent state at…

Gresham Outlook - News
Gresham-based farm advocate to represent state at…
Angi Bailey of Verna Jean Nursery elected to leadership role in Oregon Farm Bureau

Police pursuit briefly closes westbound Sunnyside…

Portland Tribune - News
Police pursuit briefly closes westbound Sunnyside…
'I didn't want to be pulled over,' Shane Michael Blake, 23, of Happy Valley tells deputies

Unity Center in Portland: 'Crisis' looms with…

Portland Tribune - News
Unity Center in Portland: 'Crisis' looms with…
Overflow is forcing patients to other hospitals in region due to a lack of space at the facility created to accommodate people in mental crisis.

Oregon Republicans take wary peek at new carbon…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Republicans take wary peek at new carbon…
Some lawmakers urge incentives instead of big steps limiting greenhouse gas emissions to avoid repeat of 2019's GOP walkout.

King tides roil the coast

Portland Tribune - News
King tides roil the coast
Photographers head to Cape Disappointment for dramatic scenes as ocean water and wind slam into basalt cliffs.

Metro Council Sam Chase announces for City Council

Portland Tribune - News
Metro Council Sam Chase announces for City Council
The former chief of staff to the late Portland Commissioner Nick Fish is now running to replace him

Rep. Keny-Guyer of Portland to step down from…

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Keny-Guyer of Portland to step down from…
The House Democrat chairs the Committee on Human Services and Housing; she battled cancer during the 2019 session.

Mt. Hood Community College cuts seven academic…

Gresham Outlook - News
Mt. Hood Community College cuts seven academic…
Cosmetology, LPN, broadcasting and wilderness leadership and experiential education are among the programs that have been eliminated in a…

Judge's ruling puts carbon-reduction initiatives…

Portland Tribune - News
Judge's ruling puts carbon-reduction initiatives…
Decision overturns secretary of state action and means proposed ballot measures do not violate Oregon's single-subject rule.

E-scooter study results: better use a helmet

Portland Tribune - News
E-scooter study results: better use a helmet
National look at injuries for past few years see a big increase in head trauma, lacerations and fractures.

Oregon lawmakers unholster new gun-safety proposal

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon lawmakers unholster new gun-safety proposal
Proponents say measure could reduce gun deaths and injuries, but opponents dislike one-size-fits-all approach.

Two wounded in Northeast Portland shootings

Portland Tribune - News
Two wounded in Northeast Portland shootings
One shootings is being investigated by the Gun Violence Reduction Team and the other by the Special Victims Unit

Horner takes helm at key Portland housing nonprofit

Portland Tribune - News
Horner takes helm at key Portland housing nonprofit
Kymberly Horner is only the second-ever executive director at Portland Community Reinvestment Initiatives.

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