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Supreme Court Justice blocks injunction that allowed…

Supreme Court Justice blocks injunction that allowed…

Portland Tribune - News
As the more Treatment and psilocybin therapy initiatives officially head to the ballot, the Oregon Redistricting Measure will be debated in court.
Portland spending $200K on new Busy Streets pedestrian plan

Portland spending $200K on new Busy Streets pedestrian plan

Portland Tribune - News
Busy Streets, an initiative of the Bureau of Transportation, will launch with temporary changes in East Portland.
Riot declared at downtown Portland protest Wednesday night

Riot declared at downtown Portland protest Wednesday night

Portland Tribune - News
After a week of violence in other parts of town, a call for a downtown protest leads to late tear gas and arrests.
Wapato Jail to open as Bybee Lakes Hope Center in September

Wapato Jail to open as Bybee Lakes Hope Center in September

Portland Tribune - News
The former unused Multnomah County facility in North Portland will open as a homeless shelter in September.
Fight erupts over Metro's $5.2 billion  transportation…

Fight erupts over Metro's $5.2 billion transportation…

Portland Tribune - News
Negotiations with supporters and opponents broke down last week, signalling a big money clash over the regional November general election measure.
City Council approves controversial infill plan

City Council approves controversial infill plan

Portland Tribune - News
Residential infill Project is finally adopted after years of work and delays.
Tribes accuse West Linn of 'dominant culture tactics'

Tribes accuse West Linn of 'dominant culture tactics'

Portland Tribune - News
Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, partners in cultural center plans, lambaste councilors for going back on commitment.
Zoom and gloom despite Timbers triumph

Zoom and gloom despite Timbers triumph

Portland Tribune - News
Cup is half-empty as I try to enjoy soccer triumph in a touch-free touch screen world
Woodburn's boom: $56 million in new housing, construction

Woodburn's boom: $56 million in new housing, construction

Portland Tribune - News
Woodburn city planners noticed an upturn in building permits this past spring about the same time COVID-19 was shutting things down
Federal lawsuit filed by Forest Grove man detained by ICE

Federal lawsuit filed by Forest Grove man detained by ICE

Portland Tribune - News
The plaintiff alleges he was wrongfully detained by federal agents outside the Washington County Courthouse in 2017.
Garbage, recycling dump to move out of Oregon City?

Garbage, recycling dump to move out of Oregon City?

Portland Tribune - News
New Metro South Transfer Station could be located in Gladstone, Johnson City, Milwaukie, Happy Valley or Southeast Portland
Oregon students advocate for a more racially conscious…

Oregon students advocate for a more racially conscious…

Portland Tribune - News
Students say more professional development and funding needed to fill gaps in state ethnic studies standards
COVID-19 death toll in Oregon rises to 375

COVID-19 death toll in Oregon rises to 375

Portland Tribune - News
Seven more deaths from the coronavirus were tallied in Wednesday's daily report from the Oregon Health Authority.
Multnomah DA Mike Schmidt won't charge some protest-related…

Multnomah DA Mike Schmidt won't charge some protest-related…

Portland Tribune - News
Top prosecutor says new policy intends to take into account centuries of racism, and the circumstance of arrests.
New school guidelines issued for Oregon

New school guidelines issued for Oregon

Portland Tribune - News
Some in-person learning will be allowed for special ed, hands-on classes and youths learning English.
CEO of defunct Lake Oswego company indicted for fraud,…

CEO of defunct Lake Oswego company indicted for fraud,…

Portland Tribune - News
Former West Linn resident faces 32-count indictment for conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud and money laundering.
120 animals seized from Portland rescue, boarding facility

120 animals seized from Portland rescue, boarding facility

Portland Tribune - News
Woofin Palooza is raided by police after a search warrant is filed in an animal abuse case.
'Frustration' on council as West Linn mayor plans retirement

'Frustration' on council as West Linn mayor plans retirement

Portland Tribune - News
West Linn Mayor says he meant he will not seek reelection when he said he would be stepping down from his position
Private market in downtown Portland struggles with triple…

Private market in downtown Portland struggles with triple…

Portland Tribune - News
Brokers find stagnant leasing market downtown due to COVID-19, the economy and the riots.
Portland police seek help to solve suspected Laurelhurst…

Portland police seek help to solve suspected Laurelhurst…

Portland Tribune - News
Police say they have not yet recovered any evidence nor been contacted by any eyewitnesses to Saturday's incident.
COVID spreads to Coca-Cola bottling plant near Portland

COVID spreads to Coca-Cola bottling plant near Portland

Portland Tribune - News
The company, which has 600 employees in Wilsonville, reports 13 cases of the novel coronavirus
Kurt Schrader calls on Oregon to reopen schools

Kurt Schrader calls on Oregon to reopen schools

Portland Tribune - News
Congressman tells Clackamas County Business Alliance he's a supporter of the state's mask mandate
Senators organize Oregon support for more federal pandemic…

Senators organize Oregon support for more federal pandemic…

Portland Tribune - News
Merkley, Wyden see it as a way to press Republicans up for re-election to join effort for aid.
Oregon lawmakers close out a long day's special session

Oregon lawmakers close out a long day's special session

Portland Tribune - News
Aims were rebalancing of state budget, unemployment claims and restrictions on police use of force.
Downtown protests leave a stain on Rose City's image

Downtown protests leave a stain on Rose City's image

Portland Tribune - News
Letters to the Portland Tribune from outside the state point to a big national problem for normally weird, beer-brewing 'Portlandia.'
One new death, 227 new cases of COVID-19 in Oregon

One new death, 227 new cases of COVID-19 in Oregon

Portland Tribune - News
Urban and rural counties alike struggle with confirmed or presumptive infections.
Police officers injured, 16 arrested at Sunday night riot

Police officers injured, 16 arrested at Sunday night riot

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Police Association headquarters in North Portland is once again the scene of a violent protest.
State's rest areas, campsites adapt to COVID concerns 

State's rest areas, campsites adapt to COVID concerns 

Portland Tribune - News
New focus on sanitation keeps the popular travel spots open for motorists who need a break or a bathroom
Milwaukie police shoot man moving 'quickly' to cops with…

Milwaukie police shoot man moving 'quickly' to cops with…

Portland Tribune - News
Domestic-violence suspect Robert Matthew Woodside, 51, pleaded guilty to assault in 2019 and completed substance-abuse treatment
Portlander dies after 82nd Avenue crash in Clackamas County

Portlander dies after 82nd Avenue crash in Clackamas County

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon State Police seeking driver connected to fatal crash just south of Cartlandia in Portland

Ailing Gresham girl, 13 is missing

Portland Tribune - News
Ailing Gresham girl, 13 is missing
The public is being asked to help find Amelia Patterson, who was last seen leaving her home on Saturday.

Oregon lawmakers open second special session of the…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon lawmakers open second special session of the…
About a dozen bill drafts are pending for a session expected to focus on budget shortfall.

Riot declared after arson at police union…

Portland Tribune - News
Riot declared after arson at police union…
Portland police make several arrests but do not use tear gas to disperse protesters late Saturday.

Debate heats up over bill to bar business tax…

Portland Tribune - News
Debate heats up over bill to bar business tax…
Business and service advocates may argue at a future session, though lawmakers did not take it up.

Wyden: Trump orders on jobless benefits 'a ploy,'…

Portland Tribune - News
Wyden: Trump orders on jobless benefits 'a ploy,'…
Oregon Democrat decries stalled talks between the administration and congressional Democrats.

Police investigate reports of explosives thrown at…

Portland Tribune - News
Police investigate reports of explosives thrown at…
No one made an official report but police found photos and video of explosives at Laurelhurst Park on social media.

State agencies, financial institutions prepare to…

Portland Tribune - News
State agencies, financial institutions prepare to…
Lawmakers set aside $35 million for people still awaiting benefits, who were denied or who did not apply.

230 affordable housing units proposed for Beaverton

Portland Tribune - News
230 affordable housing units proposed for Beaverton
Beaverton city officials hopeful for affordable housing units in the area as single-family home permits slow down.

School resource officers under scrutiny in Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
School resource officers under scrutiny in Portland…
Tigard has hired a facilitator to look at the roles of SROs with plans to get feedback from the community.

Multnomah County: Gas tax revenue plummets, layoffs…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County: Gas tax revenue plummets, layoffs…
Normal road revenue of $15 million to drop by 15%, cuts expected for county transportation department, officials say.

Bonamici seeks to make all student meals free amid…

Portland Tribune - News
Bonamici seeks to make all student meals free amid…
The latest response to the COVID-19 pandemic will provide free meals for all students

Councilor Eddy Morales announces run for Gresham…

Portland Tribune - News
Councilor Eddy Morales announces run for Gresham…
City councilor and founder of East County Rising throws hat in ring for mayor post

Police: 2 wounded in 3 Portland shootings on…

Portland Tribune - News
Police: 2 wounded in 3 Portland shootings on…
At least one victim has life-threatening injuries, Portland Police Bureau says, as spate of gun violence continues.

Night 71: Unlawful assembly at Portland police…

Portland Tribune - News
Night 71: Unlawful assembly at Portland police…
A sizeable crowd gathered at Laurelhurst Park before protesting outside the police building on East Burnside Street on Friday night, Aug. 7.

Portland Police declare unlawful assembly at East…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police declare unlawful assembly at East…
Protesters returned to the police station on the city's east side for a late-night rally that began Thursday, Aug. 6.

Police union blasts Portland mayor, new district…

Portland Tribune - News
Police union blasts Portland mayor, new district…
The Portland Police Association says Ted Wheeler and Mike Schmidt are putting lives at risk.

Oregon Employment Department works through second…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Employment Department works through second…
The acting director says tens of thousands still await benefits because of complexities of new program.

How libraries are fostering early literacy while…

Portland Tribune - News
How libraries are fostering early literacy while…
For early learners, replacing library visits with digital resources is no small task

Oregon: Coronavirus growth appears to have…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon: Coronavirus growth appears to have…
'We're treading water:' Modeling says growth rate leveled off despite recent record death toll - but could grow again.

Despite reservations, Oregon City approves shower…

Portland Tribune - News
Despite reservations, Oregon City approves shower…
Officials frustrated with Clackamas County for circumventing any communication with neighbors

Portland mayor: Precinct fire an attempt 'to commit…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland mayor: Precinct fire an attempt 'to commit…
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler addresses fires lit at police bureau's East Precinct during a press conference on Aug. 6.

Census workers begin knocking on doors to complete…

Portland Tribune - News
Census workers begin knocking on doors to complete…
Oregon's self-response rate is about 65%, slightly above the national average.

After 70 days, Portland protest arrests near 600

Portland Tribune - News
After 70 days, Portland protest arrests near 600
Records show more than 481 arrested by the Portland Police Bureau, plus at least 98 arrested by federal officers.

Community demands city help fund efforts to…

Portland Tribune - News
Community demands city help fund efforts to…
Black leaders say the City Council must replace the Gun Violence Reduction Team with resources to stop the shootings.

Police-support rally in Sandy, Oregon: Organizers…

Portland Tribune - News
Police-support rally in Sandy, Oregon: Organizers…
Sandy city officials reaffirm commitment to 'advance values of equality and justice' in response to community concerns.

Supporters: Report on drug-treatment ballot measure…

Portland Tribune - News
Supporters: Report on drug-treatment ballot measure…
The Drug Addiction Treatment and Recovery Act would shift focus of drug laws from criminality to health care.

Oregon Supreme Court upholds 2019 changes to public…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Supreme Court upholds 2019 changes to public…
Employees and unions lose a challenge to partial diversion of contributions to pay current pensions.

Portland City Council candidate Loretta Smith…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland City Council candidate Loretta Smith…
The Open & Accountable Election Program finds that the City Council candidate did not break state or local campaign finance laws.

Updated: Oregon high school sports delayed until…

Portland Tribune - Sports
Updated: Oregon high school sports delayed until…
Competition will be split into three seasons beginning in January 2021, with football kicking off in March.

Updated: Oregon high school sports delayed until…

Portland Tribune - News
Updated: Oregon high school sports delayed until…
Competition will be split into three seasons beginning in January 2021, with football kicking off in March.

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