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Many rich folks say renting beats buying

Portland Tribune - News
Market trend sees wealthy choosing apartment living over homeownership as luxury options increase.

So long Styrofoam? Single-use bags, containers on chopping…

Portland Tribune - News
House debate on measure could tip the scale toward biodegradable items used by restaurants and retailers.

Becoming Americans

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Fifteen nations on five continents are represented by the 29 new U.S. citizens who took their oaths at a ceremony in Beaverton

Man shot in Lents neighborhood dies

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Victim in Wednesday shooting in Southeast Portland is identified as 39-year-old man.

Suspect arrested in fatal hit and run

Portland Tribune - News
Burglary call leads to arrest of driver suspected of killing elderly woman in Southwest Portland.

Portland: Who pays after an e-scooter accident?

Portland Tribune - News
Electric scooters return to city streets Friday, but riders assume risk and liability, experts say.

Next stop, fair complex, MAX Red Line moves forward

Portland Tribune - News
A continuous MAX line from Hillsboro to PDX could start construction as early as 2021.

Portland mayoral election 2020: Prepare your scorecard

Portland Tribune - News
Analysis: Potential challenge to Mayor Ted Wheeler by Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson roils field

Man fatally shot in Lents

Portland Tribune - News
Shooting happened Wednesday evening near Southeast 93rd Avenue and Southeast Henry Street/

Taxi hits and kills delivery driver in NE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: A 77-year-old man died when he pulled his truck into the road, then returned to close a gate and was struck by the taxi.

Portland Public Schools looks at levy renewal

Portland Tribune - News
Voters will likely be asked to continue 5-year local option levy to fund public schools

Sources: State must consult with Francke family about…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Residential Infill Project might need some tweaks and Peterson backs I-5/I-84 deal.

Got the reporting bug? Apply for our high school internship

Portland Tribune - News
Pamplin Media Group and Metro launch a paid internship for Portland-area high school journalists.

82nd Avenue of Roses Parade to celebrate East Portland life

Portland Tribune - News
Saturday event starts at Eastport Plaza; Asian New Year festival follows in the area.

Blockchain, obvs

Business Tribune - News
Oregon Enterprise Blockchain Venture Studio launches for real July 29, 2019

Rosenblum legal victory blocks Trump reproductive care…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon attorney general took lead in suing to stop health clinics receiving federal funds from discussing abortion.

Committee's vaccine bill approval provokes backlash

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers gearing up for a House vote on controversial measure limiting medical exemptions for childhood vaccinations.

Woman wounded in SE Portland shooting

Portland Tribune - News
The shooting happened at about 8:42 p.m. April 23, near the intersection of Southeast 146th Avenue and Stark Street.

Tigard Police arrest woman for shooting weapon from car

The Times - News
According to police, the victim and suspect had been in a fight at a local bar, resulting in shots fired later from moving vehicle.

Candidate jumps in House District 33 race

Portland Tribune - News
Andy Saultz is a university professor running to replace Mitch Greenlick in the Oregon Legislature.

Commissioner Hardesty signs No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge

Portland Tribune - News
Portland City Hall Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty aligns with Zenith oil terminal protesters.

Citizenship question on census may lower Oregon funding

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon nets roughly $13.6 billion a year in federal funding that is tied to census data, PSU reports

Has Portland's commercial real estate market peaked?

Portland Tribune - News
Supply of unique amenities, strong employment fuel Portland's office market success

On and off the bench: 'THE KID' HAS CHEMISTRY

Portland Tribune - Sports
Blazers reserve 'E.T.' sets his sights beyond basketball world as the team pushes through playoffs.

Lawmakers build political foundation for housing bills

Portland Tribune - News
Democrats and Republicans wrestle with deductions, land-use planning to ease state's housing crisis.

A case of stalking or a property dispute?

Portland Tribune - News
A Portland jeweler accused a Milwaukie park advocate of stalking, but a judge disagreed.

One dead, three injured in early Sunday crash

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police identify Uber passenger killed in crash allegedly caused by intoxicated driver in a stolen pickup truck.

Your City Hall: Portland wants to hear resident's views on…

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Bureau of Transportation, the Portland Police Bureau, and the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability are seeking comment on multiple…

Five to run for PCC board in May election

Portland Tribune - News
Only one incumbent among those vying for three open seats on community college board

Portland, Beaverton police arrest man for bank robbery

Portland Tribune - News
Police say Key Bank on Southwest Troy Street robbed on Monday, April 22 by Brett Martin.

11 arrested for blocking Zenith oil terminal train…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau says no force used during arrests for criminal trespass in NW Portland.

Francke brothers call for Gable's release

Portland Tribune - News
Federal judge rules convicted killer of Oregon corrections head must be retried or released within 90 days.

Tracking trade as Oregon exports continue to grow

Business Tribune - News
We must support our delegation when the USMCA is considered by Congress later this year

Caracat or caracal? Either way, Finnigan is safe,…

Portland Tribune - News
WildCat Ridge Sanctuary reports breeder lied to Portland owner about African Caracal's origin.

Police release video of 'unprovoked' Roseway…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau says victim suffered life-threatening injuries while walking on 78th Avenue.

Polluted site prepped for N. Portland affordable…

Portland Tribune - News
Bureau of Environmental Services cleaning up brownfield, soon to be 61-units, on Williams Avenue.

Milwaukie mayor seeks to unseat Congressman Kurt…

Clackamas Review - News
Mark Gamba announces at his April 19 birthday celebration run in next year's Democratic primary

Report: Oregon is third greenest state in U.S.

Portland Tribune - News
Renewable energy use, LEED certified buildings and recycled solid waste make Mother Nature happy.

Sherwood train trestle rebuilt years after 2015…

Portland Tribune - News
Massive blaze destroyed 600-foot-long wooden trestle in August 2015. A steel and concrete structure replaces it.

Soul'd Out Music Fest star Roy Ayers rushed to…

Portland Tribune - News
Roy Ayers, a renowned composer, was scheduled to play Saturday night at Roseland Theater.

ODOT's smart network turns fed heads

Business Tribune - News
U.S. Department of Transportation awards $12 million grant to Oregon's Smart Mobility Network

Four teens injured in Washington County crash

Portland Tribune - News
The names and conditions of the victims are not immediately released in head-on crash in unincorproated Beaverton.

Man with airsoft pistol arrested on Barbur, police…

Portland Tribune - News
Dennis Spencer charged with disorderly conduct following report of man holding pistol on April 20.

LO family's $25,000 pledge challenges others to…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Gift was announced by the philanthropy department at Mary's Woods, where the donor lives.

Feds: Marijuana involvement can be factor in…

Portland Tribune - News
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services releases policy guidance; Rep. Earl Blumenauer reacts.

THE BLIND SPOTS IN DESIGN

Business Tribune - News
Designers look to make better design decisions to include groups they usually forget.

Southeast house fire claims life of Portland man

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Fire & Rescue respond to cigarette sparked blaze on Taggart Street on Saturday, April 20.

Woman dies after being hit by delivery truck on…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police's Major Crash Team says 'fatal traffic crash' occurred on Friday, April 19.

PPB: Man arrested for sexual assault in NW Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police charge Princeton Owens with 'stranger on stranger' attempted rape on April 19.

Family of Benson student sues after campus assault

Portland Tribune - News
Parent of Benson Polytechnic student says teen boy was beaten on campus due to negligence and lack of supervision

County celebrates opening of Diane Wade House

Gresham Outlook - News
Transitional housing program aims to help incarcerated women of color in Gresham

Man gets life in prison for Gresham murder

Gresham Outlook - News
Russell Courtier sentenced for 2016 hate-crime killing of Larnell Bruce, 19

Metro seeks comment on potential regional park bond

Portland Tribune - News
Online survey open through June 30; Metro Council expects to decide by late spring whether to put a measure to voters on the ballot Nov. 5.

State weighs costs of aging prison population

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers could end up spending millions to renovate and operate a facility for elderly prisoners.

Francke brothers: Judge said Gable innocent

Portland Tribune - News
The brothers of murdered Oregon Correction Department Director Michael Francke say a federal judge has cleared his convicted killer of the murder.

Man shot outside Shake Bar dies

Portland Tribune - News
Police ask public to help identify suspect, who remains at large after early Friday killing.

Perennial mills

Business Tribune - News
Plans for the redevelopment of the Centennial Mills site along Portland's waterfront have collapsed once again.

Judge: Convicted killer of Oregon corrections…

Portland Tribune - News
Frank Gable, convicted of killing Michael Francke, will be a free man unless the Oregon Department of Justice decides to retry the case.

Governor promises substantial change to child…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown's executive order gives her office more control and influence over the Department of Human Services' Child Welfare Division.

Oregon's congressional delegation reacts to Mueller…

Portland Tribune - News
Reaction splits down on party lines, with Democrats calling for more investigations and the only Republican saying he is satisfied.

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