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No new COVID-19 deaths reported

No new COVID-19 deaths reported

Multnomah County is still on track to apply to the state for Phase 1 reopening of the economy next week
New Oregon estimate: 20,000 infected with coronavirus, per…

New Oregon estimate: 20,000 infected with coronavirus, per…

The state's newest epidemiological report says that a trend of declining infections and COVID-19 hospitalizations could reverse.
Washington County deputies shoot, kill man in West Slope

Washington County deputies shoot, kill man in West Slope

The Sheriff's Office says it was responding to a domestic disturbance, and the suspect pulled a knife on deputies.
Looting erupts in downtown Portland, police declare riot

Looting erupts in downtown Portland, police declare riot

What began as a peaceful demonstration for George Floyd devolved into one of the most destructive nights in Portland history.
COVID-19 outbreak linked to seasonal workers in Multnomah,…

COVID-19 outbreak linked to seasonal workers in Multnomah,…

A total of 48 workers have been diagnoses; officials say they likely contracted the illness before reaching Oregon.
Washington County approved to enter Phase 1 of reopening

Washington County approved to enter Phase 1 of reopening

Starting June 1, restaurants, gyms, malls, salons and other service providers will be able to reopen.
Pandemic reveals Oregon's major child care problem

Pandemic reveals Oregon's major child care problem

Difficulties that some care centers are experiencing could pose a problem as counties reopen.
Oregon reports no new COVID-19 deaths, confirms 18 new cases

Oregon reports no new COVID-19 deaths, confirms 18 new cases

Confirmed coronavirus cases stand at 3,967 but positive test results remain low
Sherwood reopens skate and dog parks, tennis courts,…

Sherwood reopens skate and dog parks, tennis courts,…

The announcement comes with emphasis on park patrons following best practice suggestions for avoiding coronavirus.
Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

Oregon Supreme Court: Vacate or defend ruling blocking…

Baker County Circuit Court Judge Matthew Shirtcliff has until Tuesday to decide what to do
Hass concedes to Fagan for Democratic nomination for…

Hass concedes to Fagan for Democratic nomination for…

With most votes counted, one state senator beats another, but will face a GOP senator in the fall.
Oregon issues guidelines for summer camps

Oregon issues guidelines for summer camps

Groups limited to no more than 10, with restrictions on overnight trips and activities
Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

Fagan pulls into narrow lead over Hass in secretary of…

The Portland-area state senator is now ahead by half a point in the tight Democratic primary.
State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

State economists: Oregon budget has a $3 billion gap

Gov. Brown says federal aid must be coupled with spending cuts to cushion blow on vital state services and schools.
More school districts announce employee furloughs

More school districts announce employee furloughs

Scappoose, Sherwood, Beaverton will cut hours and pay for all staff in effort to save for next year
Serial burglar sentenced to prison in Washington County…

Serial burglar sentenced to prison in Washington County…

Tigard police believe Adolphus Newell III burglarized dozens of homes in the county from October to February.
Metro homeless measure holds big lead in early returns

Metro homeless measure holds big lead in early returns

Tax measure would raise millions of dollars to help those in need of shelter or affordable housing in the Portland area.
Lieber, Burdick win key Dem primaries; GOP picks Stevens,…

Lieber, Burdick win key Dem primaries; GOP picks Stevens,…

UPDATE: Ross Swartzendruber retook the lead in Senate District 12 as of Wednesday evening.
Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

Public health shutdown leaves Oregon's jobs in a big hole

State loses nearly 300,000 jobs since mid-March's stay-home order to stop spread of deadly illness.
Washington County officials to submit reopening plan May 22

Washington County officials to submit reopening plan May 22

With the expectation to submit the plan for state approval, the county will target June 1 enter Phase 1.
Trump announces $185 million for TriMet's COVID response

Trump announces $185 million for TriMet's COVID response

Regional transit authority can use funds to cover salaries, personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies.
Roy Rogers elected to 10th term as Washington County…

Roy Rogers elected to 10th term as Washington County…

Rogers has received more than 62% of the vote against opponent Ben Marcotte, initial results show.
Fai, Hindley ahead in race for Washington County…

Fai, Hindley ahead in race for Washington County…

Nafisa Fai and Jeff Hindley lead in the race for Washington County Commissioner in District 1, initial results show.
Washington County voters pass public safety levy

Washington County voters pass public safety levy

The levy raises the tax rate to 47 cents per $1,000 of taxable property value from the previous 42 cents.
Washington County voters pass library services levy

Washington County voters pass library services levy

Measure 34-297 renews a previous levy with a tax rate of 22 cents per $1,000 of taxable property.
Lemarr, Kroll ahead in race for Washington County judge…

Lemarr, Kroll ahead in race for Washington County judge…

The top two candidates will advance to the Nov. 3 election if no one has a majority in the primary.
Pat Garrett wins third term as Washington County Sheriff

Pat Garrett wins third term as Washington County Sheriff

Garrett received nearly 70% of the vote against his opponent Sgt. Red Wortham.
Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas reopening timelines vary

Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas reopening timelines vary

The local county chairs say they intend to reopen safely and lack funds to track coronavirus.
OSU Master Gardener program offering free online training

OSU Master Gardener program offering free online training

Extension service offers how-to tips, gardening advice for anyone who wants to learn
Washington County chambers join coalition, ask Congress for…

Washington County chambers join coalition, ask Congress for…

America's Recovery Fund Coalition is asking Congress for more support to help businesses recover from the virus.

Pamplin helping local businesses double their…

Pamplin helping local businesses double their…
Matching advertising fund increased to $2.6 million after hundreds of local businesses, non-profits and business associations apply for help

Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…

Oregon child contracts COVID-related respiratory…
Health officials say girl is being treated for pediatric multi-system inflammatory syndrome

Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles

Gladstone reopens Meldrum Bar Park to vehicles
Mayor warns that police department will be patrolling boat ramp to check for social distancing

World of Speed closing because of COVID-19 crisis

World of Speed closing because of COVID-19 crisis
Prolonged shutdown due to pandemic forces Wilsonville-based motorsport museum to close its doors permanently

The count must go on, as census operations pick…

The count must go on, as census operations pick…
U.S. Census Bureau this week begins delivering Census packets to Oregon households

Oregon Health Authority could face deep cuts to…

Oregon Health Authority could face deep cuts to…
Amid plummeting state revenue caused by the state shutdown, Gov. Kate Brown called for an 8.5% cut from state's two-year budget.

More Oregon state parks continue to reopen on a…

More Oregon state parks continue to reopen on a…
The idea is to ease people back in and avoid overcrowding or having people plan long-distance trips to visit these parks.

Oregon law forces jury trials to continue,…

Oregon law forces jury trials to continue,…
Rather than sitting together in a jury box, the jurors were spread out around the courtroom, occupying the space usually reserved for the public.

Sherwood's Robin Hood Festival canceled due to…

Sherwood's Robin Hood Festival canceled due to…
Festival organizers are following Gov. Kate Brown's ban on festivals until September; Holiday Festival still on tap

Oregon governor prepares spending cuts, hopes for…

Oregon governor prepares spending cuts, hopes for…
Agency plans for 17% from general fund 'extremely drastic,' but tax collections expected to be short.

Four seek open seat in District 3 for Metro Council

Four seek open seat in District 3 for Metro Council
Real estate broker, arts and disability advocates, and environmental consultant run to succeed Dirksen.

Governor says Oregon could reopen under 3-phase plan

Governor says Oregon could reopen under 3-phase plan
Gov. Kate Brown addresses questions about how and when the state could emerge from the umbra of the coronavirus quarantine.

Many Oregon gig, contract workers still waiting on…

Many Oregon gig, contract workers still waiting on…
State begins processing unemployment claims for people who don't usually qualify for unemployment benefits.

Nearly 20,000 unemployment claims filed in late…

Nearly 20,000 unemployment claims filed in late…
Largest number of initial claims came from the accommodation and food services sector since March 15.

Myriad of problems face battle against child abuse

Myriad of problems face battle against child abuse
Organizations in Washington, Columbia and Multnomah counties worry about a post-outbreak reporting surge.

Washington County Fair canceled due to coronavirus…

Washington County Fair canceled due to coronavirus…
The Washington County Fair Board cited the health of citizens and rules for future mass gatherings.

Portland area clinics now offer COVID-19 antibody…

Portland area clinics now offer COVID-19 antibody…
Five American Family Care clinics in metro region now administer tests for prior infection or exposure

Washington County's food banks adapt to COVID-19…

Washington County's food banks adapt to COVID-19…
Beaverton opens first food donation center to distribute food to local pantries.

Man convicted of sticking up two Fred Meyer stores,…

Man convicted of sticking up two Fred Meyer stores,…
Dale Martineau displayed a handgun while robbing the Tualatin store and attempting to rob another in Beaverton.

WashCo Bikes asks for donations due to COVID-19…

WashCo Bikes asks for donations due to COVID-19…
With less staff and more need for bikes, the nonprofit hopes the community will be able to help.

Medicaid enrollment jumps in Oregon but state not…

Medicaid enrollment jumps in Oregon but state not…
Unemployed workers turn to Oregon Health Plan for coverage, pushing it above 1 million members.

Latino community in Washington County hit hard by…

Latino community in Washington County hit hard by…
Washington County is parterning with local organizations in the area to help stop the spread.

Mercado vendors dish up meals for vulnerable…

Mercado vendors dish up meals for vulnerable…
Clackamas Women's Services partners with Hacienda CDC to provide warm, authentic food for domestic violence survivors

St. Paul Rodeo canceled

St. Paul Rodeo canceled
Board of directors nix annual Fourth of July rite, citing health issues in light of pandemic

Pamplin Media offers help to local businesses

Pamplin Media offers help to local businesses
$1 million in matching advertising funds available to local businesses, non-profits and business associations

Providers worry about child abuse out of sight…

Providers worry about child abuse out of sight…
Families are spending more time at home and dealing with stress and uncertainty, with schools and businesses closed.

Prisoners, protesters decry Oregon prison…

Prisoners, protesters decry Oregon prison…
The number of prisoners in statewide quarantine outnumbers virus tests conducted 6 to 1.

Oregon jail population decreases in response to…

Oregon jail population decreases in response to…
County jail inmates down 50% on average statewide, says Disability Rights Oregon

Don't want to get COVID-19? Take your vitamins,…

Don't want to get COVID-19? Take your vitamins,…
'While it's important to wash your hands, avoid sick people and cover your cough, it's also important to make sure you're eating well.'

Draft guidelines posted for re-opening Oregon's…

Draft guidelines posted for re-opening Oregon's…
Guidelines would allow restaurants and bars to reopen while maintaining some safeguards.

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