NURTURING WOMEN IN TECH FIELDS

Portland Tribune - News
Portland is blessed with an abundance of nonprofits that seek to aid girls, women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics or STEM…

Wyden joins criticism of WestRock

Portland Tribune - Sustainable Life
The ranking member of the Senate Finance Committee pens a letter asking the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission to keep an eye on the…

Despite rosy market, Camas facilities closed for good

Portland Tribune - News
Pulp and copy-papermaking equipment to be demolished by Georgia-Pacific, in another local example of a company seemingly bent on eliminating supply,…

Affordable housing measure debated at Chamber meeting

Portland Tribune - News
Pros and cons of Metro's $652.8 million November bond measure are weighed by Clackamas County buisiness group.

Project will create increased security at Estacada High…

Estacada News - News
Access control system installation planned during fall months at Estacada High School

Sources: Neighbors upset over lack of park cleanup

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, money pours in for Metro affordable housing bond measure and protester complaints about police are common.

Car fire closes road

Gresham Outlook - News
The road at the border between Multnomah and Clackamous County was closed for about an hour and a half.

Smoky haze hangs around for another day

Portland Tribune - News
State says some conditions could be unhealthy for some people with respiratory ailments and children.

Questions still swirl around unfunded Portland school bond…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Public Schools board wrestles with cost on work scheduled to start in 2019.

Volunteers sought to help neighbors

Gresham Outlook - News
The city of Gresham's Livability Team is looking for volunteers to combat code issues

Crash near St. Johns Bridge kills motorcycle rider

Portland Tribune - News
Highway 30 at both ends of the Bridge Avenue will be closed during the investigation. The bridge is still open to traffic.

Community Hotline

Gresham Outlook - News
Tune in for MetroEast's Community Hotline at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22, on Comcast channel 21 (321 in high def) and Frontier channel 32.

Power outage strikes Wednesday

Gresham Outlook - News
About 5,000 customers in Gresham and Troutdale lost electricity for an hour early Wednesday morning.

Wilsonville contests airport extension

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Oregon requests federal grant for Aurora runway that would allow larger planes to land

Suburban leaders push Metro housing bond

Portland Tribune - News
Anti-bond offical outnumbered during campaign forum at Clackamas Chamber of Commerce debate.

Water bureau recommends type, location of filtration plant

Portland Tribune - News
City Council will considering contracting process next week and hold another public hearing before making final decisions.

Democrats criticize rule change for home health workers

Portland Tribune - News
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is repealing an Obama-era rule that allowed states to deduct union dues from health workers' pay.

First state-funded fast-track housing opens in Salem

Portland Tribune - News
Cornerstone Apartments, a 180-unit rent-capped development, is the first of 1,700 units statewide under development through the state's new Local…

Cities to meet to discuss plastic bag ban

Gresham Outlook - News
Representatives from three East County cities will meet to discuss grocery bag prohibition

Cane caper causes cops to consult community

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Police in Beaverton are seeking help locating a hand-carved cane, stolen Aug. 8.

Smith campaign calls on Hardesty to release business records

Portland Tribune - News
Hardesty campaign calls release 'dirty trick,' promises to respond Wednesday after first joint appearance of runoff election.

New review, audit to ask: Who's watching Unity?

Portland Tribune - News
County investigating why own employee's safety concerns were ignored about mental health facility.

Lincoln parents weigh in on school design

Portland Tribune - News
Lincoln High School parents see the new school design and ask architects about programming and budget.

City Hall Update: City forecloses on four zombie homes

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Portland traffic fatlaities are down slightly so far this year and PSU is getting a PREPHub (see below to know what that means).

First e-scooter injuries reported in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
At least three people have been injured since the electric scooters hit the streets on July 25.

Corbett Grange hosts Eagle Creek Fire writing workshop

Gresham Outlook - News
Event encourages residents to document experiences with last year's conflagration

Buehler's plan to end homelessness: More beds, housing funds

Portland Tribune - News
Nearly 14,000 people are considered homeless in Oregon, according to a Jan. 17 survey.

Nutmobile rides into Portland area, Clackamas County Fair

Clackamas Review - News
102-year-old Mr. Peanut Planters mascot will also make appearances with the 26-foot Nutmobile

Pastor says 174th Avenue still unsafe for school kids

Portland Tribune - News
Lynchwood Christian Church to host community meeting on topic on Wednesday, August 15.

Gun, drugs, cash seized at traffic stop

Portland Tribune - News
Driver is charge with multiple crimes after Gang enforcement Team pulls car over in Northeast Portland on Friday.

Three seriously injured in stolen vehicle crash

Portland Tribune - News
Victims hospitalized with life-threatening injuries while police search for fourth occupant.

Two homes catch fire in SE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
No injuries have been reported in the 5800 block of Southeast Flavel Street, first responders say.

Man with weapon eludes police on Sandy Boulevard

Portland Tribune - News
The man with a 'red hat' was last seen running into an industrial area around 8 p.m. on Aug. 11.

Portland's new school estimates push $1 billion and…

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Public Schools bond office is expected to reveal a $190 million estimated gap in funding, shared by cost overruns on Madison, Lincoln…

Multnomah County bans traveling animal circuses

Portland Tribune - News
The prohibition applies to displays of exotic animals for fun or profit within County limits.

Measles case confirmed in Portland metro area

Portland Tribune - News
Measles case poses risk to people at Tom's Pancake House, MAX Red Line and PDX airport.

Rapist gets 20 years for 'nightmare' attack of stranger

Portland Tribune - News
Gary Wayne Streeter-Hillerich was on supervised release for sex abuse when the attack occurred.

Suspected Earth Liberation Front arsonist captured after 12…

Portland Tribune - News
Joseph Dibee, 50, faces charges for arson and conspiracy to commit destruction of an energy facility

Treatment center offers care for mentally ill inmates

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Department of Corrections opened the behavioral health treatment center after receiving criticism that it was giving inadequate care to…

Connecting through food

Gresham Outlook - News
Newly released Rockwood Cookbook supports local nonprofit organization, Birch Community Services

Help Lake Oswego eighth-grader keep preschool afloat

Lake Oswego Review - My Community
Sophia Dube is asking the community to help with a GoFundMe campaign for Portland Tennis & Education program

PSU study: More needed to understand, solve…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland State University analysis finds no one knows the fully extent and cost of the homeless and affordable housing crisis.

Narcan saves Clackamas County canine deputy exposed…

Clackamas Review - News
Reversal drug for overdoses on opioids successfully stabilizes Abbie, who specializes in detecting drugs

Gov. Brown's religion: Yogi

Portland Tribune - News
In response to Franklin Graham's claim that Brown isn't Christian, she described herself as 'a yogi'

TriMet: Steel Bridge could be replaced

Portland Tribune - News
Metro bond could help fund a replacement for the iconic crossing at the November 2020 election.

Protester assaults man near City Hall

Portland Tribune - News
Other protesters are told to obey sidewalk access policies to avoid future confrontations.

Pedestrian killed in Gresham

Gresham Outlook - News
Woman was crossing roadway in an unmarked location on Southeast 182nd Avenue near Centennial High School

State grappling with frequent phone problems

Portland Tribune - News
Between early 2016 and late May, state government phone systems have experienced 22 outages of some kind.

Poll suggests voters won't support tolls on…

Portland Tribune - News
Folks want freeways expanded but not tolls to pay for it, ODOT-commissioned survey found

A new master planned community in South Hillsboro

Portland Tribune - News
Variety of styles make the most of views, trends in growing area near major employers like Intel.

Rising construction costs spell trouble for school…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Public Schools is learning that budgets can be blown when contractors can name their price

Gresham gets $2M earthquake grant

Gresham Outlook - News
The city of Gresham has received a $2 million grant for earthquake preparation.

Sources: Journal blames mayor for anarchy in…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Merkley not making recent lists of presidential candidates and political distrust strikes home.

HOT or NOT?

Portland Tribune - News
Portland State University research shows temperature varies sharply from one spot to another in Portland.

Stage set for renewed debate on westside bypass

Portland Tribune - News
Planning commission, on 4-3 vote, includes study requirement in updated transportation plan recommended to Washington County commissioners.

Two arrested during City Hall protests

Portland Tribune - News
Two security guards assaulted during confrontation but did not require hospitalization.

TriMet study: Fare evasion, disproportional…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland State University research presented to agency Board of Directors at Aug. 8 meeting.

Audit faults Portland's 'lax' approach to Airbnb,…

Portland Tribune - News
City's system won't guarantee safety for guests or properly evaluate the impact on the affordable housing crisis, auditors say.

New Deal era mural restored in Ladd's Addition…

Portland Tribune - News
'A Pageant of Oregon History' has been under paint at Abernethy Elementary School since the 1960s.

Oregon ranks first for homeless youth

Portland Tribune - News
A new report highlights continuing struggles the state faces in addressing homeless children and youth and a high rate of foster care placements.

After a long night, Lake Oswego commission delays…

Lake Oswego Review - News
DRC hearing extended to Aug. 20 after testimony pushes back on tree removal, roof design, traffic impact and other factors

Victim identified in Sunday crash

Portland Tribune - News
Portland traffic fatalities running slightly below last 2017 level so far this year.

China retaliates against Trump by slapping tariff…

Portland Tribune - News
Announcement will make it harder for Oregon recycling sector to export metals, plastic and paper to China.

Wheeler shakes up Portland bureau assignments

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor takes development services bureau to speed up construction permits, splits utility bureaus between two commissioners.

Mayor sorry to see clean energy fund on ballot

Portland Tribune - News
An initiative petition to tax large corporations for green projects and jobs training is headed for the Nov. 6 ballot.

Dan Heine, Diana Yates ordered to report to prison…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Federal judge denies former Bank of Oswego executives' requests for bail pending appeal of their bank fraud convictions

Patches of nature in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Parks & Recreation begins planting its second nature patch in the city

With strong economy, state jobs go unfilled

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon is actively trying to fill more nearly 400 of the 5,800 authorized state government positions that are vacant.

Lawmakers will continue shoring up marijuana…

Portland Tribune - News
A report funded by the federal government says Oregon produces more than 2 million pounds of marijuana each year, more than six times what it says…

State's new phone system has another outage

Portland Tribune - News
Internet service failed to support the new voice over internet protocol phones, which rely on internet to function.

Police union: violent protesters to blame for…

Portland Tribune - News
Union president backs Chief Danielle Outlaw in faulting violent protesters.

Blaze destroys home in Bethany

Beaverton Valley Times - News
A family and their cat were displaced but no one was injured in the Tuesday, Aug. 7, house fire.

Portland police captain files federal…

Portland Tribune - News
Derek Rodrigues says he was unfairly disciplined over ex-Chief Larry O'Dea case, coworker complaint.

Motorcyclist dies in Highway 224 crash

Estacada News - News
An Oregon City resident suffered fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident

Bicycle rides abound around Estacada

Estacada News - News
Cycling events offer shorter and more advanced opportunities for biking through nature

Cazadero restaurant plans opening festivities

Estacada News - News
Ribbon cutting, tap takeover and show are on deck for grand opening event next week

Portland's $100 million question - why are its new…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Public Schools' consultants told staff $790 million wouldn't be enough before the May 2017 vote. They were right.

Questions about mental health crisis center grow

Portland Tribune - News
County ex-worker says state, local oversight of Unity Center failed patients, staff.

ACLU: 3 clergy arrested at ICE protest

Portland Tribune - News
The arrested reverends and rabbi face obstruction charges after being cited and released on Tuesday.

City Hall Update: City beating deadline on promised…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, more infill project work sessions set and bike art contest winners displayed at City Hall.

Contribution caps headed for Portland ballot

Portland Tribune - News
Campaign reform measure narrowly garnered the 34,000-plus signatures necessary to qualify.

Police Chief: Protesters weren't there to sing…

Portland Tribune - News
Danielle Outlaw denied allegations of 'favoritism' during a protest between Patriot Prayer, Antifa.

Hot Sauce Expo fires up Portland's extreme eaters

Portland Tribune - News
The third-annual Hot Sauce Expo returned to OMSI on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 5 in Portland.

Three wounded in two Sunday shootings

Portland Tribune - News
Police are asking the public to help identify to suspects in two early morning incident in Southeast Portland.

Child endangerment suspect identified

Portland Tribune - News
Joseph M. Tedrick, 32, is charged with multiple crimes following Saturday police chase on land and water.

Four arrested during clash between Patriot Prayer,…

Portland Tribune - News
The rally between Patriot Prayer and Antifa takes place on Saturday, August 4 on the Waterfront.

Former PPS employee says she was fired after…

Portland Tribune - News
Marie Tyvoll, who coordinated a seventh grade hands-on program, says her concerns about safety were ignored. Portland Public Schools and the…

Mayor Wheeler responds to police union complaints

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor says he has supported police and continues to despite 'conflicting stories,' in wake of union criticism.

Beaverton Chamber opposes Metro affordable housing…

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Washington County-based business organization supports state ballot measure intended to ease restrictions on funding such projects.

State finds patients endangered at Legacy's Unity…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Health Authority finds major problems at Unity Center, the Legacy-run mental health facility

PCC hosts health care job fair

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Event set for Thursday, Aug. 9, at Portland Community College's Willow Creek Center in Beaaverton.

Disability advocates support limits on plastic…

Portland Tribune - News
United Spinal Association, Disability Rights Oregon support reduction strategy for plastic utensils.

Police union blasts Wheeler after ICE protest…

Portland Tribune - News
Labor leader says the mayor has failed as police commissioner by allowing political bias to influence decisions.

Medical Examiner seeks clues on body found in…

Portland Tribune - News
The Multnomah County Medical Examiner says the corpse was recovered on May 25 of this year.

Police will check for weapons, bombs at Saturday…

Portland Tribune - News
Bomb-sniffing dogs will also be deployed at the Saturday, August 4 protest at Waterfront Park.

Changing Latino soccer culture

Portland Tribune - News
Clubs in organized leagues shake off the 'ice it and play' attitude toward injuries - including concussions.

State rebates for electrified vehicles approved

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Supreme Court approves on-the-spot payments of up to $5,000 to encourage the sale of all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Put on your lobster bib - Tualatin Crawfish…

The Times - News
The annual event is set from Friday through Sunday at Tualatin Community Park.

In turnaround, city decides to renew Uber's right…

Portland Tribune - News
After facing criticism for prematurely taking Uber off probation, Portland Bureau of Transportation says it was its plan all along to extend Uber…

Unity Center reopening as investigation wraps up

Portland Tribune - News
Mental health emergency facility had shut down due to state probe of 'hell hole' safety complaint.

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