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Motorcyclist killed, another injured in two days

Motorcyclist killed, another injured in two days

Portland Tribune - News
The names of the victims in the Sunday and Monday crashes were not immediately released.
Providence hospital workers sue over missing pay

Providence hospital workers sue over missing pay

Portland Tribune - News
The class action lawsuit was filed Monday, Aug. 15, in Multnomah County Circuit Court.
Portland Charter reform measure stays on Nov. 8 ballot

Portland Charter reform measure stays on Nov. 8 ballot

Portland Tribune - News
There is no legal reason to keep it off, Multnomah County judge rules on Monday.
Man rams Portland patrol vehicle during escape attempt

Man rams Portland patrol vehicle during escape attempt

Portland Tribune - News
Suspect is facing 34 charges including assault and possession of fake Drug Enforcement Administration badge.
Man killed in North Portland on Sunday night

Man killed in North Portland on Sunday night

Portland Tribune - News
The name of the victim was not immediately erased and no one was arrested following the shooting.
Reo's Ribs damaged by fire again

Reo's Ribs damaged by fire again

Portland Tribune - News
Firefighters have been called to Northeast Portland eatery three times in five years.
Games & Puzzle Corner

Games & Puzzle Corner

Portland Tribune - News
Looking to play some games? We've got you covered with mini-crosswords, word searches, and sudoku!
Sewage spills into Mt. Scott Creek near Happy Valley

Sewage spills into Mt. Scott Creek near Happy Valley

Portland Tribune - News
WES crews work through the night to stop leak adjacent to the Kaiser Permanente Sunnyside Medical Center.
Oregon reps split by party on federal budget vote

Oregon reps split by party on federal budget vote

Portland Tribune - News
Democrats for, Republican against energy tax incentives, health insurance subsidies, corporate taxes.
Appeals court upholds Gov. Brown's clemency actions

Appeals court upholds Gov. Brown's clemency actions

Portland Tribune - News
Challenge focused on 73 juvenile offenders whose cases can now be reviewed by a parole board after 15 years.
WashCo jury indicts 14 for catalytic converter trafficking

WashCo jury indicts 14 for catalytic converter trafficking

Portland Tribune - News
Beaverton police believe one of the suspects may have trafficked more than 44,000 of the device, worth $22M.
Clackamas County may seek outside review of election flaws

Clackamas County may seek outside review of election flaws

Portland Tribune - News
County clerk blames printing and mailing errors on contract firms, but board chair says, 'it happened to us'
Have questions about monkeypox? We've got answers.

Have questions about monkeypox? We've got answers.

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Health Authority held a press conference and published information on its website .
Greg Chaimov vacates Clackamas Community College Board seat

Greg Chaimov vacates Clackamas Community College Board seat

Portland Tribune - News
Retired attorney, former Milwaukie councilor moves to Washington state to spend more time with his grandchild
North Clackamas leader introduces strategic plan for schools

North Clackamas leader introduces strategic plan for schools

Portland Tribune - News
Superintendent Shay James aims to engage community in understanding issues in education, both in the district and nationally.
Submarine ballots, Betsy Brigades chase election deadlines

Submarine ballots, Betsy Brigades chase election deadlines

Portland Tribune - News
Johnson has until Tuesday, Aug. 16, to turn in enough petition signatures to qualify as an unaffiliated candidate for Oregon governor.
Oregon City Santa marries on Christmas tree farm in Molalla

Oregon City Santa marries on Christmas tree farm in Molalla

Portland Tribune - News
Newly christened Mrs. Claus, who also works as a nurse, celebrates with Oak Grove reception.
Health authorities urge precautions against monkeypox

Health authorities urge precautions against monkeypox

Portland Tribune - News
Everyone who has close personal contact with anyone with hMPXV is at risk for the virus.
Judge to rule on legality of Portland charter reforms by…

Judge to rule on legality of Portland charter reforms by…

Portland Tribune - News
Both sides clash on multiple issues during a Thursday, Aug. 11 Multnomah County Circuit Court hearing.
Forty-nine people killed this year in Portland

Forty-nine people killed this year in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
The latest victim was shot to death in Southeast Portland on Wednesday, Aug. 11.
Clackamas County clerk deflects blame for election errors

Clackamas County clerk deflects blame for election errors

Portland Tribune - News
The county commission questions Sherry Hall about election problems in her office.
Portland attorneys accuse U.S. DOJ of moving goal posts

Portland attorneys accuse U.S. DOJ of moving goal posts

Portland Tribune - News
The Justice Department said the city had failed to follow through on a commitment to have a committee review actual police encounters.
Oregon City disqualifies Leslie Wright for November ballot

Oregon City disqualifies Leslie Wright for November ballot

Portland Tribune - News
Mayoral candidate hasn't lived in the city for the required 12 months, city recorder writes.
Engineering the future: Kids try VR, 3-D printing at tech…

Engineering the future: Kids try VR, 3-D printing at tech…

Portland Tribune - News
Verizon program helps bridge digital divide with STEM workshops for middle schoolers
WCSO searches for suspect in carjacking

WCSO searches for suspect in carjacking

Portland Tribune - News
The Washington County Sheriff's Office cautioned that the man, who remains at large, may be armed.
Another locomotive for the Oregon Rail Heritage Center?

Another locomotive for the Oregon Rail Heritage Center?

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Historical Society is seeking a new home the 1920s industrial steam engine based in Prineville.
One more suspected heat death under investigation

One more suspected heat death under investigation

Portland Tribune - News
The potential statewide toll stands at 16, with half of them in Portland as authorities determine the cause.
Oregon and the KKK: A push to end Catholic schools

Oregon and the KKK: A push to end Catholic schools

Portland Tribune - News
1920s: In Oregon, the Ku Klux Klan focused on banning the private schools, and saw political success along the way.
Court hearing set of Portland charter ballot measure on…

Court hearing set of Portland charter ballot measure on…

Portland Tribune - News
A Multnomah County Circuit Court judge must decide whether the No. 8 Charter Commission measure is legal.
U.S. energy chief: Climate action 'at the tipping point'

U.S. energy chief: Climate action 'at the tipping point'

Portland Tribune - News
'Now we have the tools to actually meet our aspirations,' Granholm says of funding and incentives by Congress.

Public invited to help rename Southwest Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Public invited to help rename Southwest Portland…
A Park; Wilson Outdoor Pool both slated to be renamed this fall with input from ad hoc committee and online survey

Clean and Safe releases annual report, unveils…

Portland Tribune - News
Clean and Safe releases annual report, unveils…
The district provides services and cleans up trash in the 213-block core of downtown Portland.

At long last, West Linn welcomes Willamette Garage…

Portland Tribune - News
At long last, West Linn welcomes Willamette Garage…
Willamette Garage had a soft opening last week, with more carts set to open soon

Survey shows 62% in Oregon want Roe v. Wade…

Portland Tribune - News
Survey shows 62% in Oregon want Roe v. Wade…
Surprised by last week's Kansas abortion vote? You shouldn't be, based on a new data uncovered by Oregon Values and Beliefs Center.

Oregon nonprofit tackling racial wealth gap

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon nonprofit tackling racial wealth gap
New financial literacy program is part of a larger effort to help young people of color find success

Medical info improperly disclosed by Multnomah…

Portland Tribune - News
Medical info improperly disclosed by Multnomah…
The disclosures occurred for nearly three years before a manager noticed the issue.

Woman dead, three men wounded on Monday and Sunday.

Portland Tribune - News
Woman dead, three men wounded on Monday and Sunday.
No one has been arrested during any of the most recent investigations in Portland and Gresham.

Wyden: Policy for energy and health care 'best…

Portland Tribune - News
Wyden: Policy for energy and health care 'best…
Oregon Democrat sees triumph of budget plan after months of internal talks, two all-night Senate sessions.

Merkley: Vote on energy, health care 'a big day for…

Portland Tribune - News
Merkley: Vote on energy, health care 'a big day for…
Oregon Democrat speaks up for plan that passed Senate, awaits approval by U.S. House and signature by Biden.

Food Cart Roundup: Here are all the new pods and…

Portland Tribune - News
Food Cart Roundup: Here are all the new pods and…
From Forest Grove to Fairview, from Canby to St. Helens, food carts and pods are popping up and in development during 2022.

Oregon City police make national news - in Canada

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon City police make national news - in Canada
Missing woman allegedly abducts her own son and finds her way across the border.

Pedestrian dies in crash on I-84

Portland Tribune - News
Pedestrian dies in crash on I-84
The incident, which occurred early Sunday morning, Aug. 7, was Portland's 39th fatal crash of 2022.

Roseway Theater heavily damaged by three-alarm fire

Portland Tribune - News
Roseway Theater heavily damaged by three-alarm fire
The historic theater was built in 1924 and had been restored before the Aug. 6 blaze.

National Weather Service: Weekend weather could…

Portland Tribune - News
National Weather Service: Weekend weather could…
Gusty winds plus low humidity on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 6 and 7, could repeat the conditions of the 2020 wildfires.

More cooling centers to open Sunday, Aug. 7.

Portland Tribune - News
More cooling centers to open Sunday, Aug. 7.
None will be open overnight, however, because temperates are expected to cool off.

Portland gun violence continues Friday, Saturday

Portland Tribune - News
Portland gun violence continues Friday, Saturday
One person is killed 24 hours after two men are arrested for firing dozens of bullets in Old Town.

Yakama Nation celebrates lamprey harvest at…

Portland Tribune - News
Yakama Nation celebrates lamprey harvest at…
Public invited to join tribes in 'bringing blessings' to preservation of food and tradition

Oregon congressional races tighten, forecaster says

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon congressional races tighten,  forecaster says
Legislative races see some third-party interest in several districts, too.

Rushed wildfire risk map recalled by Department of…

Portland Tribune - News
Rushed wildfire risk map recalled by Department of…
Property owners in the high or extreme risk categories were suddenly faced with new regulations, including special building codes and fire-safe…

Multnomah County board could be required to inspect…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County board could be required to inspect…
A proposed charter amendment headed to voters would compel commissioners to add another inspection with oversight.

Clackamas County clerk's office embroiled in…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County clerk's office embroiled in…
Voters' Pamphlet error follows other mistakes that occurred under Sherry Hall's watch.

Do we have enough water in Oregon? Depends who you…

Portland Tribune - News
Do we have enough water in Oregon? Depends who you…
The survey reveals there is a gender divide when it comes to who thinks there is enough water.

Survey: Disrespect, more than low pay, drives…

Portland Tribune - News
Survey: Disrespect, more than low pay, drives…
One in four Oregon workers have quit a job since start of pandemic, Oregon Values and Beliefs Center survey finds

State audit: Clackamas County primary tally was…

Portland Tribune - News
State audit: Clackamas County primary tally was…
Post-election order came after misprinted barcodes required hand duplication of thousands of ballots cast.

TriMet train crashes at the end of line in Oak Grove

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet train crashes at the end of line in Oak Grove
Injuries reported; line between Milwaukie and Portland experienced delays Friday morning

Portland activist murder not believed politically…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland activist murder not believed politically…
Police have booked a suspect in the 2019 death of an activist killed by a car outside a political watering hole.

Metro seeks more parks funding

Portland Tribune - News
Metro seeks more parks funding
Voters will decide in November whether to renew the regional levy for several more years.

Withheld poll question prompts Charter Commission…

Portland Tribune - News
Withheld poll question prompts Charter Commission…
Do the majority of Portland voters really support a single measure for overhauling city governments?

Tyrone Woods may receive Congressional Gold Medal

Portland Tribune - News
Tyrone Woods may receive Congressional Gold Medal
Oregon City High School graduate would be among fewer than 200 people in history to receive prestigious honor.

Milwaukie police arrest alleged Libbie's Restaurant…

Portland Tribune - News
Milwaukie police arrest alleged Libbie's Restaurant…
Monsanto J. Georges, 20, lodged at the Clackamas County Jail and charged with first-degree assault.

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