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One wounded in exchange of gunfire

Portland Tribune - News
Poliace are investigating whether two shooting scenes in Southeast Portland are related.

Portland police officer hit by impaired driver

Portland Tribune - News
Officer responding to disturbance call is treated and released at a local hospital, suspect in custody.

Man killed at SE Portland apartments

Portland Tribune - News
The name of the victim in the Saturday evening shooting was not immediately released.

Victims in May 22 crash identified as sisters

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: The driver of the other vehicle is cooperating with the investigation and has not been cited.

Despite new bucks, PERS still could gobble up school budgets

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers trying to control retirement costs, but grants to local districts might not be enough to block funding erosion.

Rep. Bonamici: Donald Trump 'not fit' for presidency

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat backs investigations by House colleagues, stops short of endorsing impeachment.

Police identify man found dead of gunshot wounds in Lents

Portland Tribune - News
Sergey V. Peshkov, 44, was found dead in a front yard on S.E. Reedway Street on Friday.

Portland Rose Festival begins with a blaze of fireworks

Portland Tribune - News
It's official: CityFair and the Portland Rose Festival are back for another year of celebration.

Portland, LO plan $130 million for wastewater plant

Portland Tribune - News
Tryon Creek facility needs membrane bioreactor to meet standards for discharge into Willamette River.

CCSO: Oregon City man arrested after shooting roommate

Clackamas Review - News
SWAT officer fires bullet, missing Daniel Wiese, who was arrested in stand-off at Mt. View Apartments

Washington law limits sales tax exemption for Oregonians

Portland Tribune - News
Oregonians must now pay the 6.5 percent tax at the register, but can use reimbursement paperwork.

Details emerge in fatal shooting of Andre Gladen

Portland Tribune - News
Grand jury testimony reveals man had grabbed knife worn by Portland Police Bureau officer Sid Vosu.

Clackamas Pioneer Cemetery plans Memorial Day celebration

Clackamas Review - News
Cemetery is off Highway 224, between Southeast 82nd Avenue and Interstate 205

Wells Fargo, Blazers Foundation award $100,000 to schools

Portland Tribune - News
School Briefs: Jason Lee Elementary recognized for initiatives, students honored for volunteerism.

Council passes controversial city budget

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty fails to cut spending on the Portland Police Bureau and transfer the savings to Portland Parks & Recreation.

Eastmoreland historic listing pursued again

Portland Tribune - News
After determining that trusts do not count as property owners because of technical problem, the state is recommending the listing from the federal…

Cummins diesel engines still roaring

Portland Tribune - News
Local members of the co-founder's family celebrates 100th anniversary with trip to the corprorate headquarters in Columbus, Indiana

Noriega, Lewis win MHCC board races

Gresham Outlook - News
The newly constituted board may consider asking voters again for a facilities bond

Port director says trade dispute with China is 'disruptive'…

Portland Tribune - News
Curtis Robinhold tells Westside Economic Alliance forum that a united front with other trading partners, not 'tariffs and tweets,' is a better…

There could be a funicular railway in Terwilliger Parkway's…

Portland Tribune - News
The other option would be an elevator and a bridge to get light rail riders up to Marquam Hill

Auditor, PP&R director disagree over future of Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
A report released Thursday says the city-owned golf courses face a dismal future, but the head of the parks bureau is upbeat about them.

Neighbors hope to expand Castparts pollution lawsuit

Portland Tribune - News
Plaintiffs ask a judge to certify case as a class action, claiming company emissions affected thousands of SE Portland homes.

New car-free lane to unsnarl Hawthorne bridgehead

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Bureau of Transportation unveils bike, bus lane on Southwest Madison Street near bridge.

Sources: Eudaly renter ideas still drawing flak

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, other cities fear Portland housing solution and greater survey input wanted

Oregon City Service Learning Academy trains on the job

Clackamas Review - News
Day of Discovery event includes job site tour, panel discussion with architects, project managers.

Lincoln High teacher is this year's Starlight grand marshal

Portland Tribune - News
David Bailey is irreverent, and that makes the 50-year educator fit to be the face of a Portland parade.

Measure 11 reform, other criminal justice bills move forward

Portland Tribune - News
Criminal justice policies are Legislature's theme of the week, including bill to reform how juveniles accused of violent crimes are tried and…

Fair honors military, first responders

Portland Tribune - Features
Oaks Park to host 113th Multnomah County Fair on the Memorial Day holiday weekend, from May 25 to 27

Council postpones emotional budget vote

Portland Tribune - News
Accusations fly between City Council members considering next year's budget over the Portland police.

Winters' cancer battle keeps her off Legislature's front…

Portland Tribune - News
Veteran Marion County lawmaker says she's 'working hard' to get back to work at the Capitol.

Education candidates take early leads Tuesday

Portland Tribune - News
Only 16% of registered voters in Multnomah County cast their ballots in local races

Council approves $24 million Superfund cleanup…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland partners with Oregon and EPA on unique $24 million agreement to encourage those responsible for pollution in the Portland Harbor to create…

Human remains discovered in Fairview

Gresham Outlook - News
The remains were found near Blue Lake Regional Park and Chinook Landing Marine Park.

Oregon's Bounty as close as your phone

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Farm Bureau website lets people use their smartphones to search for fresh fruit, produce or local farm stands.

Man 'in crisis' hangs onto construction crane,…

Portland Tribune - News
Special Emergency Reaction Team responds to incident near Martin Luther King Boulevard and Ankeny Street building site.

Happy Valley resident dies after Manzanita cliff…

Clackamas Review - News
Michelle Casey, 21, was a 2016 graduate of Clackamas High School and an OSU junior

Multnomah Sheriff may take Transit Police away from…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau has been the led the Transit Police Division's 62 officers for years.

Madison High School gets groundbreaking ceremony…

Portland Tribune - News
Construction, remodel project at Portland high school marks first from 2017 bond money

PPB: Fugitive likely in areas 'where homeless…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau seek Ericka Hill on felony assault warrant stemming from 2018 stabbing.

Jim Syring keeps seat Clackamas Fire Board

Gresham Outlook - News
3 incumbents win reelection to director positions for the Clackamas Fire District

Closing arguments made in URM warning sign lawsuit

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon U.S. District Magistrate Judge John Acosta did not say when he will issue his ruling at the end of the hearing.

Community elects King Martin to school board

West Linn Tidings - News
Thompson in lead for Position 4 but Ferris is close behind, with 48% of the vote

Incumbents lose in fire, park board races

Beaverton Valley Times - News
One of two unseated for TVF&R board; two lose on THPRD board and a former member loses as a three-woman slate captures those seats.

Election: Two join PCC board

The Times - News
Yet another seat will be decided in June after board member Valdez Bravo resigned.

Dignitaries tout remodel of affordable-housing…

Gresham Outlook - News
Fairview Arms residents return home following year of reconstruction efforts.

Unions search for path around dues deduction…

Portland Tribune - News
Legal challenges to the way funds are taken from paychecks put public employee labor groups on the defensive.

Orlando Perez gains North Clackamas School Board…

Clackamas Review - News
Civil race unseating Rein Vaga involves two candidates who agreed on need to raise salaries for teachers

Multnomah County to cut its crime-fighting computer…

Portland Tribune - News
Budget of $2 billion cuts lab used to track sex offenders, domestic abusers and human traffickers

Suspended lawyer's saga sheds light on small-town…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah prosecutors try defense lawyer Rock Pizzo as case creates complications in Columbia County

From Haiti to Corbett: Local author's complicated…

Gresham Outlook - News
Corbett author paints complex picture of family's missionary work in Haiti.

Ride local transit with Apple Wallet

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet and C-Tran are parterning to put the Hop Fastpass on Apple Wallet in Portland-Vancouver region.

School leaders: $2 billion good ... and not enough

Portland Tribune - News
Superintendents address business leaders in Portland about the tax increase approved by the 2019 Oregon Legislature and other school issues.

Naomi Angier keeps seat on Clackamas River Water…

Clackamas Review - News
Chief petitioner in the successful recall campaign fends off a challenge from fellow board member David McNeel

Bomb-sniffing dog joins regional Transit Police

Portland Tribune - News
K9 Sem and his handler, Sgt. Matt Engen, will search for explosives on MAX, WES, TriMet platforms.

Erik Richter wins seat on Gladstone School Board

Clackamas Review - News
Running unopposed for the board were Gladstone robotics coach Steve Stewart and Stacie Moncrief, a principal in the David Douglas School District

Your City Hall: Calls to revamp city budget likely…

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty will try to change the recommended budget on Wednesday by reducing police and other general fund spending to help parks.

Chris Groener keeps seat on Clackamas Community…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City rep fends off two opponents in the May 21 election, H. J. Harrer and Paul A. DiMilla.

Lawmakers wrestle with plans for kicker 'windfall'

Portland Tribune - News
Paying down PERS debt is one strategy, and others want to 'sock it away' for a rainy budget day

Oak Lodge Water Services seeks new rep

Clackamas Review - News
Nancy Gibson, chair of local water-services district, moving to Arizona after losing home in fire

Landlords still oppose revised Portland renter…

Portland Tribune - News
Despite delay and rewrite, landlord organization continues to oppose Commissioner Chloe Eudaly's measures

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