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Council postpones vote on PPB budget cuts

Council postpones vote on PPB budget cuts

Portland Tribune - News
Three of the five City Council members say they need more time to consider the $18 million cut proposed by the other two members.
Council orders police to not enforce federal laws

Council orders police to not enforce federal laws

Portland Tribune - News
The City Council acts after the U.S. government insists 56 officers are federalized through the end of the year.
Dan Holladay recall election breaks another record

Dan Holladay recall election breaks another record

Portland Tribune - News
With two weeks to go, Oregon City voter turnout already exceeds previous number of ballots recieved in 2011
Ballot returns soaring in Multnomah County and Oregon

Ballot returns soaring in Multnomah County and Oregon

Portland Tribune - News
Election officials say ballots should be deposited in secure drop boxes or delivered to county election officials before 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Molotov cocktail suspect arrested in Gresham

Molotov cocktail suspect arrested in Gresham

Portland Tribune - News
Court papers identify the suspect as a homeless former Marine who has schizophrenia and an arrest warrant in Georgia for aggravated assault.
Clackamas County: trick-or-treating not recommended

Clackamas County: trick-or-treating not recommended

Portland Tribune - News
Public health officer Dr. Sarah Present appears in PSA advising families to consider other options this Halloween
Oregon: seven new deaths of people with COVID-19, 424 more…

Oregon: seven new deaths of people with COVID-19, 424 more…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon continues to see its cases climb, and the total of people reported having died with COVID-19 grows to 671.
Canby man arrested for armed robbery

Canby man arrested for armed robbery

Portland Tribune - News
Vincent Lee Joseph Melton is in jail on charges related to incident at Sunrise Market in Oak Grove
Protesters visit Commissioner Dan Ryan's home late at night

Protesters visit Commissioner Dan Ryan's home late at night

Portland Tribune - News
The newest member of the City Council said he has not made up his mind yet about cutting the Portland Police Bureau by another $18 million.
Wildfire victims shop for free at Serres Nursery

Wildfire victims shop for free at Serres Nursery

Portland Tribune - News
On Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, find a wide variety of items for the house, yard and garden that have been collected from people and businesses
New state effort will focus on unemployment claims in…

New state effort will focus on unemployment claims in…

Portland Tribune - News
Agency looks at end of year to resolve 40,000 claims caught up in verification process.
Women steals credit card from Oregon City hospital, gets…

Women steals credit card from Oregon City hospital, gets…

Portland Tribune - News
Anyone with information about suspects asked to call police tip line at 503-496-1616
Proud Boys strife spills over

Proud Boys strife spills over

Portland Tribune - News
Stalking case shows 'doxxing,' sketchy side of flag waves in outskirts of Portland as political tensions spread.
Clackamas County voter turnout up 148% over 2016

Clackamas County voter turnout up 148% over 2016

Portland Tribune - News
Ballots come into elections office at record pace, on track to eclipse past two presidential elections
How many cops is too few or too many?

How many cops is too few or too many?

Portland Tribune - News
With defunding on the City Council agenda, what is right budget for Portland Police?
Gov. Brown extends pandemic order for fourth time

Gov. Brown extends pandemic order for fourth time

Portland Tribune - News
The state of emergency for COVID-19 coronavirus now runs to Jan. 2 as infection rates rise.
2020 Election: Dems dominate Oregon's U.S. House members

2020 Election: Dems dominate Oregon's U.S. House members

Portland Tribune - News
Look for Oregon's party makeup in Congress to remain unchanged, although Peter DeFazio has a fight on his hands.
OHA releases newest COVID-19 figures

OHA releases newest COVID-19 figures

Portland Tribune - News
State health offcials report nine more deaths and 391 additional cases on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Clackamas County's unlikely knight

Clackamas County's unlikely knight

Portland Tribune - News
SquiresPDX provides support network for teen fathers, helps connect them to resources
Applications for Portland housing help gone in minutes

Applications for Portland housing help gone in minutes

Portland Tribune - News
The next window to apply for the remaining 1,400 available cards will open on Friday, beginning at 1 p.m.
State rejects region's COVID-19 response changes

State rejects region's COVID-19 response changes

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's largest county is struggling with meeting Oregon Health Authority pandemic standards.
Money floods Portland TV for ads in state legislative races

Money floods Portland TV for ads in state legislative races

Portland Tribune - News
'Campaigns have a lot of money and they can do it,' observer says of spending spree.
Wyden, Merkley react after Senate OKs Supreme Court nominee

Wyden, Merkley react after Senate OKs Supreme Court nominee

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrats had announced their opposition to President Trump's appointee
Tuesday is deadline for safely mailing ballots back

Tuesday is deadline for safely mailing ballots back

Portland Tribune - News
After Oct. 27, election officials say you need to bring you ballot to an election office or deposit it in a secure drop box.
Wheeler talks homelessness, election violence at press…

Wheeler talks homelessness, election violence at press…

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland mayor answers question as challenger Iannarone releases an open letter to him criticizing his policies.
Inside the battle against COVID-19 with ER doctor

Inside the battle against COVID-19 with ER doctor

Portland Tribune - News
Dr. Cameron Klug, who works for Legacy Meridian Park in Tualatin, has been treating COVID-19 patients since spring.
Oregon City candidate mailer doesn't violate election law

Oregon City candidate mailer doesn't violate election law

Portland Tribune - News
Despite appearing to claim to be 'city commissioner' providing 'confident leadership,' Secretary of State finds another possible interpretation
Three dead, two wounded in three days in Portland

Three dead, two wounded in three days in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: The death of a person found in a vehicle fire has been declared a homicide.
Drug decriminalization effort draws lopsided spending

Drug decriminalization effort draws lopsided spending

Portland Tribune - News
Much-debated Measure 110 draws $3 million from advocates, $100,000 from foes.
Council to consider new limits on deputized Portland police…

Council to consider new limits on deputized Portland police…

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty has introduced a resolution the City Council will consider on Wednesday, Oct. 28.

Forecasters predict colder, wetter winter

Portland Tribune - News
Forecasters predict colder, wetter winter
The 28th Annual Winter Weather Forecast Conference was held by the Oregon Chapter of the American Meteorological Society on Saturday.

A Portland exorcism? Archbishop prays evil away…

Portland Tribune - News
A Portland exorcism? Archbishop prays evil away…
Archbishop Alexander Sample and his clergy prayed the rite of exorcism over Portland in downtown's North Park Blocks last Saturday.

Prepaid debit cards for Portlanders affected by…

Portland Tribune - News
Prepaid debit cards for Portlanders affected by…
Online applications will be taken Tuesday and Friday for $500 cards in addition to those being distributed by organizations.

All bowling alleys, skating rinks can reopen

Portland Tribune - News
All bowling alleys, skating rinks can reopen
The state issues new rules to allow the reopenings in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties, where they have been closed.

2020 Portland traffic fatalities still increasing

Portland Tribune - News
2020 Portland traffic fatalities still increasing
The number of people killed in Portland traffic crashes is on pace to exceed the 50 in 2019, which was the most since 1996.

Same candidates, but different race, for state…

Portland Tribune - News
Same candidates, but different race, for state…
Ex-Lake Oswego councilor makes second bid against 2016 winner Democrat Tobias Read.

Lawmakers split on requests to buy motels for…

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers split on requests to buy motels for…
Board says yes to $30 million for areas affected by wildfires, but no to $35 million generally.

Accusation: Portland employee sent 'glitter bomb'…

Portland Tribune - News
Accusation: Portland employee sent 'glitter bomb'…
An employee of the Office of Community and Civic Life is alleged to have sent the package after a critical story.

Portland police union president to step down

Portland Tribune - News
Portland police union president to step down
Daryl Turner and elected leaders have repeatedly sparred over their response to civil unrest.

Wheeler announces third new homeless shelter

Portland Tribune - News
Wheeler announces third new homeless shelter
The former Greyhound Bus Station in Old Town adds 100 beds to the emergency shelter system.

Clackamas County voters turning out in force 18%…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County voters turning out in force 18%…
More than 30% of the county's 308,176 elegible voters had cast a ballot by the end of the day Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Clackamas County COVID-19 case rate hits record…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County COVID-19 case rate hits record…
Infection numbers soar as metro region prepares to ask Gov. Kate Brown to revise reopening criteria to allow for Phase 1.5

Oregon reports 11 new COVID-19 deaths, 373 new cases

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon reports 11 new COVID-19 deaths, 373 new cases
The state's death toll is now 646, while the total number of cases is 40,810 according to Oregon Health Authority.

Democrats split over Metro measure

Portland Tribune - News
Democrats split over Metro measure
More Democrats endorse the $5.2 billion regional transportation measure, but some oppose it.

Oregon is among 5 states where threat of militia…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon is among 5 states where threat of militia…
Right-wing groups such as Patriot Prayer and the Proud Boys have often rallied in Portland; often, heavily armed.

Police looking for Marion County escapee

Portland Tribune - News
Police looking for Marion County escapee
Arlo Silbernagel walked away from Marion County Sheriff's Office Transition Center Wednesday, Oct. 21

Union: Former Portland officer charged with hitting…

Portland Tribune - News
Union: Former Portland officer charged with hitting…
The Portland Police Association said the incident happened during a political protest this year.

Measure 109 would allow therapeutic use of…

Portland Tribune - News
Measure 109 would allow therapeutic use of…
Oregon would be first state to permit controlled medical use of magic mushrooms.

Mondainé issues 'immediate resignation' from…

Portland Tribune - News
Mondainé issues 'immediate resignation' from…
Rev. Elbert Mondainé had vowed to stay on until chapter elections in November following multiple allegations of sexual abuse.

Citizens work to erase racial slurs from Oregon maps

Portland Tribune - News
Citizens work to erase racial slurs from Oregon maps
Wilsonville and Southeast Portland residents who object to 'negro' and 'squaw,' ask state board to rename two Southern Oregon mountains.

Pamplin Media Group honors Community Heroes of 2020

Portland Tribune - News
Pamplin Media Group honors Community Heroes of 2020
Volunteers, givers, firefighters and more are featured in special section out this week.

Portland mayor's race: Lindberg, Saltzman, Fritz…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland mayor's race: Lindberg, Saltzman, Fritz…
The race on the November ballot splits city politicians with some sitting on the fence.

Two Proud Boys remain jailed on protest-related…

Portland Tribune - News
Two Proud Boys remain jailed on protest-related…
This week Tusitala 'Tiny' Toese had his probation revoked and Alan Swinney was denied pre-trial release.

Pamplin President: Let us show you our thanks with…

Portland Tribune - News
Pamplin President: Let us show you our thanks with…
This month, we're offering a 50% discount to new subscribers to our newspapers and websites.

North Clackamas students to provide live election…

Portland Tribune - News
North Clackamas students to provide live election…
Shemia Fagan, Kim Thatcher, Congressman Kurt Schrader consent to be interviewed

Oregon's COVID-19 vaccine plan unveiled

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's COVID-19 vaccine plan unveiled
The proposal would reserve first doses for health care workers and other essential workers.

Disband the Portland Police Bureau?

Portland Tribune - News
Disband the Portland Police Bureau?
The idea has gone from a fringe idea with no serious traction, to an active proposal to blend PPB with the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office.

'Highly toxic' smoke grenades deployed at Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
'Highly toxic' smoke grenades deployed at Portland…
Military-grade HC smoke used against protesters with little documentation or understanding of health impacts

Hardesty, Eudaly want to cut PPB by $18 million

Portland Tribune - News
Hardesty, Eudaly want to cut PPB by $18 million
Newly-seated Commissioner Dan Ryan could be the deciding vote at the proposal to be heard by the City Council on Oct. 28

New lawsuit targets feds' use of riot control…

Portland Tribune - News
New lawsuit targets feds' use of riot control…
Coalition says Homeland Security defied federal environmental laws with its use of chemical weapons on protesters

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