Depaved! Boise-Eliot/Humboldt gets greener playground

Portland Tribune - News
The only majority-black public school in Portland is ripping up 6,700 square feet of asphalt.

Judge rules random TriMet fare checks unconstitutional

Portland Tribune - News
Friday decision raises questions about future of transit agency's fare enforcement operations.

3 guns seized, 3 arrests made after stolen car spotted

Portland Tribune - News
Officers had their eye on an apparently stolen 2016 Volkswagen Jetta parked in North Portland.

2 shot after 'disturbance' breaks up party at Motel 6

Portland Tribune - News
The Gang Enforcement Team continues to investigate the early-morning shooting on Powell Boulevard.

Lake Oswego family sues firebomber's parents

Lake Oswego Review - News
Corrigans say the Toals knew their son Travis had committed the crime and did nothing; lawsuit seeks $5.5 million

Oregon public unions sued for past dues

Portland Tribune - News
A dozen public employees have sued their respective local labor unions for a refund of dues paid prior to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Janus v.…

Council candidate has hopes for former racetrack site

Gresham Outlook - News
Wood Village City Council hopeful has history of civic service including the city's Budget Committee

ODFW ends cougar capture operations

Gresham Outlook - News
After week of searching only one female cougar was found in the area where Bober's body was found.

Samsung empowers teachers, students

Gresham Outlook - News
Since its inception in 2009, the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest has provided more than $23 million in technology to more than 1,700 public…

Suspected drug dealing in Dawson Park leads to arrest

Portland Tribune - News
Jeremy McKinley faces charges for allegedly selling $9 worth of crack cocaine to a woman on Sept. 19

Man arrested on warrant after downtown stabbing

Portland Tribune - News
Mark Lockhart, 37, arrested on shoplifting warrant after man 'seriously' injured on Couch Street.

Clean Energy Fund city ballot measure stirs heated debate

Portland Tribune - News
Business disputes backers on several aspects of plan, including whether Portlanders will pay the costs.

City and county move to eliminate 'dirty diesel' engines on…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland, Multnomah County hope other governments, and then the state, will enact tougher regulations as well.

Time running out for Wapato homeless shelter

Portland Tribune - News
Owner, commissioner, provider appeal to public, private leaders for plan and funds to open the facility for the homeless before winter.

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups tops for Oregon trick-or-treaters

Portland Tribune - News
A survey by Candystore.com says many people in the state hand out full-sized candy bars to costumed revelers.

City-wide student test scores hold steady... among those…

Portland Tribune - News
Half of all PPS juniors refused to take the state Smarter Balanced tests based on Common Core standards.

Crews battle 7-Eleven blaze

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Wednesday, Sept. 19, fire was kept from spreading into adjacent companies on Southwest 18th Avenue.

Measure 105 opponents launch statewide campaign

Portland Tribune - News
Initiative would repeal 1987 law barring state and local police agencies from assisting in federal immigration enforcement; foes argue that repeal…

City project aims to improve Capitol Highway safety,…

Portland Tribune - News
Project will bring middle turn lane, bicycle lane to major Southwest Portland transportationb link

Charges fly in City Council race

Portland Tribune - News
Controversy swirls around news reports about financial problems at local NAACP chapter under Jo Ann Hardesty.

Metro reports slower job growth than before

Portland Tribune - News
Manufacturing jobs expected to decline as total employment increases less than previously predicted.

Autopsy finds nine gunshot wounds in victim of PSU shooting

Portland Tribune - News
Five bullets were recovered from Jason Washington's body, a report released Wednesday from the Multnomah County Medical Examiner's Office reveals.

Cat theft tale ends with man in jail

Portland Tribune - News
Pixie Project staff told police suspect took 'Swan,' a black kitten and fled. Suspect says he sold the kitten downtown.

Records reveal details in PSU shooting and its aftermath

Portland Tribune - News
The June 29 campus police shooting of Jason Washington happened after a fight between two intoxicated, mixed-race groups of men, according to police…

Smith accuses Hardesty of stealing from the NAACP

Portland Tribune - News
Accusation in City Council race is based on Tuesday story by Oregon Public Broadcasting.

Back to the future

Portland Tribune - News
Willamette Shore Trolley's operators want to restore the vehicles to their fully electric glory with modern batteries

Secretary of State requesting money for Medicaid audit team

Portland Tribune - News
About 1 million Oregonians are covered by Medicaid at a cost of about $9 billion a year.

Voter approval for tolls moves closer to the ballot

Portland Tribune - News
Sponsors of the 'Tolls Need Voter Approval' initiative may soon be able to gather signatures to land the proposal on the 2020 ballot.

Troutdale chips in for study on internet utility

Gresham Outlook - News
The total cost of the feasibility study is $250,000. The city of Portland and Multnomah County will contribute $100,000 each, and the remainder will…

A natural river

Gresham Outlook - News
Restoration efforts, dam removals increase native fish populations in the Sandy River

Parents clamor for more dyslexia support, recognition

Portland Tribune - News
As new Oregon laws roll out this year on identifying young children with dyslexia, parents are frustrated that so little is being done.

Job seekers 'snapped up' as state's economy chugs along

Portland Tribune - News
Construction, trade continue to add jobs as unemployment rate hits 3.8 perecent in August

2 people arrested during anti-ICE protest at City Hall

Portland Tribune - News
The demonstrators face trespassing charges, according to a protest spokesperson.

Investigators look into twin incidents of middle-school…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
In both cases, officers say, the youths acted appropriately and informed their parents; neither student was hurt.

Public safety training agency needs more space

Portland Tribune - News
Department of Public Safety Standards and Training eyes expansion of Salem dorm facilities.

City Hall Update: Old Town to get next affordable housing…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, recent rains call attention to storm drains and Wheeler appoints police settlement oversight committee members.

Police arrest 2 for burglary, theft of car and ammo

Portland Tribune - News
All charges have been dropped for Michael Brown. Shelby Taylor and Brown were immediately released.

Hate crime, stabbing investigated at Powell Park

Portland Tribune - News
Powell Park incident prompts police to search for men armed with a stick and a 'ice pick.'

Jo Ann Hardesty paid scant attention to fiscal oversight at…

Portland Tribune - News
Records also show that while Hardesty has characterized her work as the Portland branch president as volunteer service, she collected more than…

Challenges put PCC's student rules in legal crosshairs

Portland Tribune - News
Inspired by a friend's experience, Eastern Oregon prisoners want court to force college to go through state rules process

Cannabliss founder sentenced for failing to file…

Portland Tribune - News
'Matthew Price attempted to live a double life - advising OLCC officials on how to regulate state-legal marijuana sales, while privately evading his…

Hundreds of chronic pain patients oppose opioid…

Portland Tribune - News
A controversial, first-in-the-nation proposal would end coverage of opioids for chronic pain patients enrolled in the Oregon Health Plan.

Sec. John Kerry talks book, President Trump at…

Portland Tribune - News
Kerry talked about his new memoir 'Every Day is Extra' during a book reading on Sunday, Sept. 16.

Fed up with homeless, Montavilla says 'Enough is…

Portland Tribune - News
Montavilla Initiative members unfurl banner decrying campers off I-205 overpass on Monday, Sept. 17.

Welcome to the, almost, happiest city in U.S.

Portland Tribune - News
A new survey put Portland in the top 10 cities considered places where there are enough bowling alleys, brewpubs and activities to make residents…

Multnomah to sell downtown courthouse for $28…

Portland Tribune - News
Historic building won't be demolished, county officials say. Will remain a courthouse for two years.

Clackamas man charged with fraud at Oregon National…

Clackamas Review - News
Dominic Caputo, 46, was indicted on four counts of wire fraud in federal court on Monday, Sept. 17.

Fugitive surrenders for alleged Clackamas County…

Clackamas Review - News
Incidents involving young girls reportedly took place in 1993, but Barrett Preston Busschau fled U.S. before trial could take place

Gas station robbed by man with handgun in SE…

Portland Tribune - News
A Mobile Gas station was robbed around 8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 16, according to police.

Beaverton's Future Bus makes its debut at Portland…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Weekend event at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry draws 120 exhibitors from around the region.

MLC relives 50 years of offbeat education in…

Portland Tribune - News
Founded in 1968, Metropolitan Learning Center grads say the school established a radical tradition

Two teenagers arrested in Friday shooting in Gresham

Portland Tribune - News
On suspect is charged with attempted murder although no one was hurt when four structures were hit by gunfire.

K9 Utzi tracks down thief who stole child's bike,…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police Bureau arrested Amissi Mungomba after a bike was reported missing on Simpson Street.

CDC: Oregon has 31st highest obesity rate in the…

Portland Tribune - News
Obesity costs America over $147 billion a year, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

Shuck It: First responders gobble raw oysters for…

The Times - News
Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue takes first in competition with Lake Oswego, Beaverton police.

Measure 105 opponents launch statewide campaign

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Initiative would repeal 1987 law barring state and local police agencies from assisting in federal immigration enforcement; foes argue that repeal…

Attempted burglary with airsoft pistol reported

Portland Tribune - News
Tyrone Livermore has been arrested following an alleged entry to a home on Vermont Street.

Crews kill cougar likely responsible for Gresham…

Gresham Outlook - News
Until ODFW receives confirmation that the cougar that was killed is indeed the one that attacked, agencies will remain in the Zigzag area and…

Portland State body camera footage shows rapidly…

Portland Tribune - News
Two videos released by Portland State University show bystanders accusing Jason Washington of pointing his weapon during June 29 fight.

Leaders stride toward goal of 2,000 units for…

Portland Tribune - News
500 units of supportive housing have been completed or are underway in Portland, Multnomah County.

Regional home sales cool slightly in August's…

Portland Tribune - News
RMLS monthly report says median and average prices continued to rise across five counties surrounding Portland.

Poll: Gun storage issues gather support

Portland Tribune - News
About 60 percent of parents also believe that fear of gun violence is affecting students' ability to learn at school

Police: Graffiti tagger inflicted $24,000 in…

Portland Tribune - News
Officers arrested Marcus Gunther, who they think is responsible for the 'MOOK' tags, on 13th Avenue on Thursday, Sept. 13.

Portland truck driver dies in fiery I-84 wreck

Portland Tribune - News
Leo Stratton's semi truck left the road sometime before 2 a.m. on Sept. 12 near milepost 74.

3 arrested during OHSU prison labor protest

Portland Tribune - News
Jacob Bureros, Zoe McLain and Sherry Motamedi face charges after protest at hospital.

Merkley nominated to be 'ceremonial' U.N. ambassador

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Democrat joins Sen. Ron Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican, to serve as ambassadors to the 73rd Session of the General Assembly of the United…

Commission wants more housing in infill plan

Portland Tribune - News
The Planning and Sustainability Commission tentatively approves rezoning almost all single-family neighborhoods for missing middle housing.

Saving Portland one piece at a time

Portland Tribune - News
A plan is under way to bring back an old favorite Portland restaurant, with a modern twist

First openly gay state Supreme Court justice to…

Portland Tribune - News
Justice Rives Kistler, who was appointed in 2003, plans to retire from the Oregon Supreme Court Dec. 31.

Lake Oswego considers plastic bag ban

Lake Oswego Review - News
Possible ordinance would be similar to rules in Portland and other Oregon cities

Jeremy Christian in court for alleged jail assault

Portland Tribune - News
Fatal MAX assault suspect appeared Thursday on new charge of assaulting a black inmate in the Multnomah County Jail.

UNPRECEDENTED

Portland Tribune - News
Two African-American women, Loretta Smith and Jo Ann Hardesty, are vying to become city commissioner in the nation's whitest big city

State corrections officers head to Norway

Portland Tribune - News
Seven officers from the Oregon Department of Corrections will live and work with their counterparts in Norway to learn about that country's effective…

Portland State to review shooting after officers…

Portland Tribune - News
Jason Washington's June 29 death will spark an independent investigation and a formal review of university policing practices.

Brown, Buehler eye Medicaid funding gap

Portland Tribune - News
Candidates want broader funding plan, but specific course remains elusive.

Sources: Mayor crosses fingers on Measure 102

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, no more election politics as usual and some campaign contributions are unexpected.

Maine man found near Zigzag

Sandy Post - News
Clackamas County Sheriffi's Office has located Nathan Haynes, who went missing near Lolo Pass Road yesterday

Circuit court blocks some homeless camping laws

Beaverton Valley Times - News
It's unknown if local cities' ordinances will need revision; ACLU doubts they will pass legal muster.

Home builder fights PBOT's duplex driveway policy

Portland Tribune - News
Local family wants separate driveway for each unit, but Portland Bureau of Transportation says only one is allowed.

Stafford Family Fest a chance to build community

Lake Oswego Review - News
Second-annual gathering returns to Fiala Farms on Saturday with food, games and more

Metro gets serious on boundary expansion

Portland Tribune - News
Council receptive to four cities' UGB requests, but discussions underway about meeting expectations.

Southwest Community Health Center to close Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Virginia Garcia will take 7,000-plus low-income patients sometime this fall, officials said.

Hate crime investigated at Bill's Steak House

Portland Tribune - News
Police say a man used racial slurs against a black man and slashed tires on Sept. 10 in Portland.

Drunk driving blamed in fatal crash near Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
20-year-old Douglas M. McCann of Oregon City charged with manslaughter, driving under the influence

Man arrested for sexual assault after East Portland…

Gresham Outlook - News
Damascus Menefee allegedly assaulted a woman Monday in a home in the 16000 block of Stark Street

Chicken Dance anyone? We're No. 2 for Oktoberfest…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland-area residents do the annual German festival right, according to the survey released Tuesday, Sept. 11.

ODA wants feasibility study on combining labs

Portland Tribune - News
The state ag department now has five separate testing facilities for the programs, including cannabis, it regulates.

Mayor calls housing affordability a 'crisis'

Portland Tribune - News
Milwaukie council OKs affordable housing strategy in the face of increasing rents.

Could angel investors save Portland's 2017 school…

Portland Tribune - News
There has traditionally been a wall between public K-12 schools and fundraising, but it's starting to crumble.

First-responder trainer charged with sexual abuse

Sherwood Gazette - News
Sheriff's investigators say the incident occured in May at a Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue facility near Sherwood.

Affordable housing bond discussion gets testy

Portland Tribune - News
Backers, foes trade jabs on Metro's proposed tax hike before the Portland Tribune editorial board.

Nike CEO takes public stance on sanctuary law repeal

Portland Tribune - News
Nike CEO Mark Parker has written an argument in opposition to Ballot Measure 105 in the Oregon Voters' Guide.

Fallen heroes honored at 9/11 ceremony in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
17th anniversary of the September 11 terror attacks marked, mourned at Portland Firehouse 21.

Hungry elderly benefit from fundraising drive

Gresham Outlook - News
Donate Dinner encourages shoppers to donate when they shop for their Thanksgiving meals.

Digging in, at the Oaks Bottom rehab project

Portland Tribune - News
The Oaks Bottom project that temporarily closed the Springwater Trail is making progress...

City Hall Update: Police oversight panel approved

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, comment sought on transit, bike projects and city management pay scales revised.

Portland police hunt for street racers on Marine…

Portland Tribune - News
Twenty-four citations written during enforcement mission on Marine Drive, Airport Way.

Two-alarm blaze burns Montavilla auto shop

Portland Tribune - News
Erick's Auto Tech on Stark Street has been declared a 'near' total loss, firefighters say.

State finds new problems at Unity Center; Legacy…

Portland Tribune - News
Newly released state report says continued failures resulted in successful patient suicide, other issues.

Son of Lake Oswego restaurateurs dies in crash

Lake Oswego Review - News
Gabriel Spaccarelli, who grew up working in Riccardo's Ristorante, loses control of his motorcycle outside of Antelope

There are no articles in this category. If subcategories display on this page, they may have articles.

Contract Publishing

Go to top
Template by JoomlaShine