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PPB: 'Dramatic increase' in theft of catalytic converters

PPB: 'Dramatic increase' in theft of catalytic converters

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau arrests Andrew Ooten, Donald Newcomb after they were allegedly spotted at auto dealership.
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
U.S. Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, Oregon's 1st congressional district representative, travels to Texas, Mexico to observe effect of Trump administration…
Activists say beloved Portland tree doomed by development

Activists say beloved Portland tree doomed by development

Portland Tribune - News
Merlin Radke built his St. Johns home around a bigleaf maple, and the Tree Emergency Response Team is rallying to save it
CCSO: Damascus bookkeeper embezzles $500,000 from nursery

CCSO: Damascus bookkeeper embezzles $500,000 from nursery

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says Jackie Lynn Stevens bilked half a million from tree nursery between 2015 and 2019
Grand Ronde tribe to accept painting donated by 96-year-old

Grand Ronde tribe to accept painting donated by 96-year-old

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City artist gives large work to honor tribal purchase of Willamette Falls site
Man with gun threatens food cart worker, police say

Man with gun threatens food cart worker, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau arrests Dominique Mann on numerous charges after incident on Sunday near 2nd and Oak Street.
I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project faces questions

I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project faces questions

Portland Tribune - News
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 projects

Oregon Supreme Court ruling could alter energy projects

Portland Tribune - News
Justices allowed energy siting rules that conservation groups say hurt public involvement and will greenlight questionable projects.
Off-duty firefighter stabbed in SW Portland tavern

Off-duty firefighter stabbed in SW Portland tavern

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police release photo of stabbing suspect, fire bureau lieutenant released from hospital
Gresham motorcyclist killed in crash in Northeast Portland

Gresham motorcyclist killed in crash in Northeast Portland

Portland Tribune - News
The name of the victim in Saturday's collision with a car is not immediately identified by police
Portland's African American paper shifts to digital

Portland's African American paper shifts to digital

Portland Tribune - News
The Skanner, which served the city's African Americans, will remain online. Its founders, Bernie and Bobbie Foster, do not plan on retiring.
Oregon AG joins lawsuit to block food stamp changes

Oregon AG joins lawsuit to block food stamp changes

Portland Tribune - News
Federal program helps feed about 586,000 people in Oregon, but about 21,800 could lose benefits under Trump administration's rules.
Could a public corporation save the Willamette Falls Locks?

Could a public corporation save the Willamette Falls Locks?

Clackamas Review - News
Willamette Falls Locks Commission is looking for financial support for a possible public corporation to run the locks
Kotek: Expand tolls plan to I-205, I-5 at Wilsonville

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

Portland Tribune - News
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 fired

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

Portland Tribune - News
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 lots

Activists call for up to 8 housing units on most lots

Portland Tribune - News
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 blaze

Shirley's Tippy Canoe destroyed in Friday morning blaze

Portland Tribune - News
Fire consumes venerable Troutdale restaurant and lounge along Historic Columbia River Highway
Former Portland Mayor Adams: Sexual harassment charges not…

Former Portland Mayor Adams: Sexual harassment charges not…

Portland Tribune - News
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 House seat

Small-business owner tapped to fill Williamson House seat

Portland Tribune - News
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 Metro Council

Former legislator Mary Nolan announces for the Metro Council

Portland Tribune - News
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 convention

Gresham-based farm advocate to represent state at convention

Gresham Outlook - News
Angi Bailey of Verna Jean Nursery elected to leadership role in Oregon Farm Bureau
Police pursuit briefly closes westbound Sunnyside Road

Police pursuit briefly closes westbound Sunnyside Road

Portland Tribune - News
'I didn't want to be pulled over,' Shane Michael Blake, 23, of Happy Valley tells deputies
Unity Center in Portland: 'Crisis' looms with patients…

Unity Center in Portland: 'Crisis' looms with patients…

Portland Tribune - News
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 reduction…

Oregon Republicans take wary peek at new carbon reduction…

Portland Tribune - News
Some lawmakers urge incentives instead of big steps limiting greenhouse gas emissions to avoid repeat of 2019's GOP walkout.
Judge's ruling puts carbon-reduction initiatives back on…

Judge's ruling puts carbon-reduction initiatives back on…

Portland Tribune - News
Decision overturns secretary of state action and means proposed ballot measures do not violate Oregon's single-subject rule.
King tides roil the coast

King tides roil the coast

Portland Tribune - News
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

Metro Council Sam Chase announces for City Council

Portland Tribune - News
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 Legislature…

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

Portland Tribune - News
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 programs

Mt. Hood Community College cuts seven academic programs

Gresham Outlook - News
Cosmetology, LPN, broadcasting and wilderness leadership and experiential education are among the programs that have been eliminated in a…

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.

In a nod to base, Oregon Democratic Party…

Portland Tribune - News
In a nod to base, Oregon Democratic Party…
Unionization of the party's staff follows similar moves by labor-friendly campaigns elsewhere.

Events will pay tribute to King's life, legacy

Portland Tribune - News
Events will pay tribute to King's life, legacy
Local tributes and activites planned for national holiday on Jan. 20 that honors slain civil rights leader

Service jobs vs. trades: Who earns what?

Portland Tribune - News
Service jobs vs. trades: Who earns what?
Survey: Many young people unaware of pay, benefits gap between traditional service and blue collar jobs

Clackamas County unlocks $40 million for affordable…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County unlocks $40 million for affordable…
Metro's affordable housing bond will allocate about $116 million to the county

OMSI is 75. Here's how the Oregon museum is staying…

Portland Tribune - News
OMSI is 75. Here's how the Oregon museum is staying…
An outdated exhibit of steam-powered equipment has been cleared out to make way for experiences related to science, technology, engineering, art and…

Adams to run against Eudaly

Portland Tribune - News
Adams to run against Eudaly
Surprise filing by former Portland mayor shakes up City Council race heading into 2020 election

I-5 Rose Quarter project cost balloons to near $795…

Portland Tribune - News
I-5 Rose Quarter project cost balloons to near $795…
Project includes more than new auxiliary lanes to reduce congestion, such as freeway caps and local street improvements sought by community groups

Experts: Voter anxiety unsettling 2020 elections

Portland Tribune - News
Experts: Voter anxiety unsettling 2020 elections
A panel of political experts tells the Portland Business Alliances that it is just about impossible to predict what's going to happen this year.

Teen 'Jeopardy!' winner raises $200K for cancer…

Portland Tribune - News
Teen 'Jeopardy!' winner raises $200K for cancer…
Avi Gupta announces the funds raised will be donated to Knight Cancer Institute for pancreatic cancer research.

Eudaly challenger Mapps qualifies for publc…

Portland Tribune - News
Eudaly challenger Mapps qualifies for publc…
City Council election heats up after first opponent qualifies to benefit from Portland public campaign finance progrm

Pay To Play? Out-of-state law firms reap Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Pay To Play? Out-of-state law firms reap Oregon…
Legal experts and campaign finance watchdogs say this is a system that smacks of self-dealing, giving influential politicians a stable of moneyed and…

Sources: Race heats up to fill Fish's City Council…

Portland Tribune - News
Sources: Race heats up to fill Fish's City Council…
Plus, Kotek wants Oregon Homelessness State of Emergency and 'Commander Fritz' joins the City Council

Judge: Death threats prevent Christian from MAX…

Portland Tribune - News
Judge: Death threats prevent Christian from MAX…
The judge presiding over the MAX attack trial also says there is no precedent for allowing a defendant to take part in an 'bare inspection' tour.

Multnomah County inmate's drug death sparks…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County inmate's drug death sparks…
Police say Inverness Jail work-crew smuggling ring used inmate accounts and phones to supply heroin and meth.

'Tiny' Toese gets probation for Portland assault,…

Portland Tribune - News
'Tiny' Toese gets probation for Portland assault,…
Tusitala Toese, once a top lieutenant in the Patriot Prayer movement, avoids jail time in Multnomah County.

New Oregon task force examines overlooked issue of…

Portland Tribune - News
New Oregon task force examines overlooked issue of…
Awareness of sex trafficking has risen while labor trafficking crimes have gone unprosecuted. The attorney general's new task force seeks to change…

PBOT working to make Stark Street safer

Gresham Outlook - News
PBOT working to make Stark Street safer
Portland Bureau of Transportation improvements include paving, crossings, bike lanes

Hip treatment keeps Courtney from Oregon Capitol

Portland Tribune - News
Hip treatment keeps Courtney from Oregon Capitol
Senate president skips legislative runup meetings, but expects to be back in action for the February session.

Washington County inmate assaults jail deputy

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County inmate assaults jail deputy
Justin Nathaniel Lugo, 35, was being held on sex-abuse charges when he assaulted a deputy at the Washington County Jail.

Good and bad news for Oregon's public pension system

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Good and bad news for Oregon's public pension system
Officials tell Washington County Public Affairs Forum that preliminary 2019 earnings will reduce projected unfunded liability, but contribution rates…

Four Chaplains service planned in Milwaukie

Portland Tribune - News
Four Chaplains service planned in Milwaukie
American Legion post celebrates bravery of military religious leaders at Feb. 1 public event

Milwaukie man on road to recovery after jail

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie man on road to recovery after jail
Clackamas County Corrections partners with TriMet to offer low-income fares

PPB: Stand-off at Parkrose apartment ends with…

Portland Tribune - News
PPB: Stand-off at Parkrose apartment ends with…
Rociel Vazquez faces criminal trespass charges after incident on Jan. 13 near 109th and Wygant in Portland.

Catlin Gabel faces $4.5 million sex abuse lawsuit

Portland Tribune - News
Catlin Gabel faces $4.5 million sex abuse lawsuit
Former student says the Portland-area school failed to properly handle claims of molestation, resulting in decades of abuse.

Emergency shelters opening in Multnomah County

Portland Tribune - News
Emergency shelters opening in Multnomah County
Severe weather prompts the Joint Office of Homeless Services to open three more shelters in the county Monday

Two men plead guilty in May Day brawl at Cider Riot

Portland Tribune - News
Two men plead guilty in May Day brawl at Cider Riot
Multnomah County prosecutors reach plea deal with Christopher Ponte and Matthew Cooper for rioting in Portland.

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