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Oregon hate crimes dropped in 2018

Oregon hate crimes dropped in 2018

Portland Tribune - News
Annual data released by the FBI shows other areas of concern for advocacy groups.
Beaverton breaks ground on Cedar Grove apartment project

Beaverton breaks ground on Cedar Grove apartment project

Beaverton Valley Times - News
When completed in a year, 44 low-income families will be housed at NW Murray Boulevard and Cornell Road in a $15 million project with complex…
Man charged with setting four fires in Tigard

Man charged with setting four fires in Tigard

The Times - News
A 26-year-old man allegedly started four fires in downtown Tigard and Pacific Highway
Sherwood toddler battling cancer 'fighter' mother says

Sherwood toddler battling cancer 'fighter' mother says

The Times - News
Julian Peace Bridges, 21-months-old, has spent much of his young life recently at Doernbecher Children's Hospital.
Martin Allen Johnson sentenced to life without parole

Martin Allen Johnson sentenced to life without parole

The Times - News
Last week, the Aloha man was found guilty of raping and murdering 15-year-old Heather Fraser of Metzger.
State audit: Veterinary board must improve drug security

State audit: Veterinary board must improve drug security

Portland Tribune - News
Background checks and more stringent inspections and participation in drug monitoring program should be implemented, auditors found.
New Oregon rule blunts ICE courthouse arrests

New Oregon rule blunts ICE courthouse arrests

Portland Tribune - News
The rule is intended to maintain court access for immigrants. But ICE has signaled it'll continue to make arrests.
Gert Boyle's celebration of life set Dec. 5

Gert Boyle's celebration of life set Dec. 5

Portland Tribune - News
Gathering at Veterans Memorial Coliseum will remember local businesswoman's life and contributions.
Voters could decide future of Oregon's forestry practices

Voters could decide future of Oregon's forestry practices

Portland Tribune - News
Six conflicting ballot measures vying for support could restrict or solidify forestry practices on state and private lands.
Work starts in Hillsboro on new dispatch center for…

Work starts in Hillsboro on new dispatch center for…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Building will complete $77 million upgrade of emergency radio communications system that voters approved in 2016, with new digital equipment and…
Tigard Fred Meyer robbed Wednesday by armed gunman

Tigard Fred Meyer robbed Wednesday by armed gunman

The Times - News
The robbery, involving a masked man, occurred shortly before 10 p.m. near the garden center.
October jobs numbers climb, unemployment held at 4.1%

October jobs numbers climb, unemployment held at 4.1%

Portland Tribune - News
State unemployment rate has hovered between 4% and 4.4% for the past 36 months.
Public unions search for silver lining as dues nose dive

Public unions search for silver lining as dues nose dive

Portland Tribune - News
AFSCME, SEIU officials still optimistic as 'fair share fees' drop and group pushes people to drop out of unions.
Whistleblower settles claim against emergency management…

Whistleblower settles claim against emergency management…

Portland Tribune - News
Former deputy who highlighted malfeasance gets $510,000, says leaders subjected her to hostile environment.
City to survey lower local option levy amount with voters

City to survey lower local option levy amount with voters

The Times - News
A second survey, mentioning an amount of 33 cents per $1,000 of assessed value for a police levy, is planned.
Police: Five teens linked to Washington County crime spree

Police: Five teens linked to Washington County crime spree

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Officers say a fake gun was found in a stolen car that was spotted at incidents at Winco, Costco, Fred Meyer in Beaverton.
Enter for a chance to win

Enter for a chance to win

The Times - News
Enter our HomeFree For A Year Sweepstakes and you could win free rent or mortgage payments, up to $15,000, for a year. Plus other prizes!
State court finds police orders unjustified, reverses…

State court finds police orders unjustified, reverses…

Portland Tribune - News
Ruling in Beaverton case could have statewide implications for interactions between police and the public.
Wildfire council report: Spend $4 billion to keep forests…

Wildfire council report: Spend $4 billion to keep forests…

Portland Tribune - News
Helping communities adapt and creating resilient landscapes are top priorities to improve state's wildfire response.
Regional water supply plan is topic of next Washington…

Regional water supply plan is topic of next Washington…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Scheduled speakers are the plan's manager, chief executive of Tualatin Valley Water District, and officials from Beaverton and Hillsboro. District…
Applicants sought for Washington County judgeship

Applicants sought for Washington County judgeship

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Danielle Hunsaker will resign Position 10 after she takes oath as judge on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals; next appointee of Gov. Kate Brown…
TriMet reschedules meeting on Southwest Corridor light rail…

TriMet reschedules meeting on Southwest Corridor light rail…

The Times - News
Scheduling conflict force the agency to move the meeting from Nov. 18 to Dec. 16
Students create Sagert Street sidewalk artwork

Students create Sagert Street sidewalk artwork

The Times - News
The Sagert Street artwork includes the sun and moon, mammoths, a sugar skull and doves.
Aloha man dies from injuries suffered from two-car crash on…

Aloha man dies from injuries suffered from two-car crash on…

The Times - News
The Washington County Sheriff's Office reports neither speed nor driver impairment appear to be factors
Anheuser-Busch buys out Portland's Craft Brew Alliance

Anheuser-Busch buys out Portland's Craft Brew Alliance

Business Tribune - News
The buyout of the seventh-largest craft brewing company in the United States is expected to be finalized in 2020
'Wounded warriors' in spotlight at Beaverton Veterans Day…

'Wounded warriors' in spotlight at Beaverton Veterans Day…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Beyond the accolades and awareness, veterans want to feel like they belong and have something to offer.
Sherwood honors those who served during Veterans Day event

Sherwood honors those who served during Veterans Day event

The Times - News
Debi Mollahan, who served almost nine years in the U.S. Navy Supply Corps, was the honored guest speaker.
Willey: No heroics, only thanks, for military veterans,…

Willey: No heroics, only thanks, for military veterans,…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
The Washington County commissioner and former Hillsboro mayor keynoted the county's Veterans Day ceremony.
Beaverton veteran receives congressional honor

Beaverton veteran receives congressional honor

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Fred Cheong Lee was Gen. George S. Patton's mapmaker during the final months of World War II in Europe.
Sherwood to accept applications for traffic safety committee

Sherwood to accept applications for traffic safety committee

Sherwood Gazette - News
New construction and road projects have city officials eager to head off traffic issues.

Tualatin council to revisit marijuana zoning,…

The Times - News
Tualatin council to revisit marijuana zoning,…
Four years ago, council enacted strict regulations that have kept cannabusiness out of Tualatin

Why a new law seeks to improve how hate crimes are…

Portland Tribune - News
Why a new law seeks to improve how hate crimes are…
Improved data could reveal the breadth of hate in Oregon while aiding law enforcement and community groups.

Bi-Mart to close pharmacies in all Portland metro…

Portland Tribune - News
Bi-Mart to close pharmacies in all Portland metro…
Company blames Oregon corporate activity tax, rising fees on Medicare prescriptions and other factors for closure.

Martin Johnson found guilty, again, for murder of…

The Times - News
Martin Johnson found guilty, again, for murder of…
Johnson was sentenced to death in 2001, but was granted a retrial after Oregon courts threw out his conviction.

State penitentiary sees healing 'therapy' in new…

Portland Tribune - News
State penitentiary sees healing 'therapy' in new…
Project behind high walls near Salem was made possible by determined inmates and some help from the outside.

New Health Authority program director sees…

Portland Tribune - News
New Health Authority program director sees…
Steve Allen stepped up for the job nobody wanted, now he's overhauling the way Oregon responds to mental health and addiction.

Veterans recognized at special breakfast in Tualatin

The Times - News
Veterans recognized at special breakfast in Tualatin
This year's speakers at the Juanita Pohl Center were Gea Clausier, Bill Manderfeld and Dave DeHart.

Veterans Day: Oregon seeks owners of unclaimed…

Portland Tribune - News
Veterans Day: Oregon seeks owners of unclaimed…
More than a dozen medals, countless ribbons and artifacts are in government hands, awaiting their owners or heirs to collect them.

'World's First Dog Tap House' leaving its mark on…

The Times - News
'World's First Dog Tap House' leaving its mark on…
Patrons can enjoy a brew, adopt a dog at Fido's, located in the Tigard Triangle

Unions, OHSU locked in workplace struggle

Portland Tribune - News
Unions, OHSU locked in workplace struggle
Oregon's training hospital campus finds itself beset by social media trolls and employment clashes.

Audit: State education agency should do more to…

Portland Tribune - News
Audit: State education agency should do more to…
Bureaucratic reshuffling blamed for some issues, but Department of Education needs tighter control on software, security.

OSU panel will interview four to replace Ed Ray

Portland Tribune - News
OSU panel will interview four to replace Ed Ray
Presidential search group has talked with a dozen candidates in past month. New leader could be chosen this winter.

Tigard Police Log: Oct. 29-30

The Times - News
Tigard Police Log: Oct. 29-30
This week's calls include: a heated argument, asleep at the drive-through and making herself at home.

Survey doesn't show strong support for proposed…

The Times - News
Survey doesn't show strong support for proposed…
A survey shows only 38% of those polled are certain or would lean towards supporting a police levy

Army vet earned Bronze Star while forging path for…

Portland Tribune - Features
Army vet earned Bronze Star while forging path for…
For Clarizza Paz of Tigard, motherhood in Army was more stressful than war in Afghanistan

King City voters approve higher police levy

Regal Courier - News
King City voters approve higher police levy
Unofficial results show the electorate said 'yes' to paying slightly more for law enforcement services.

That plan to remove auto lanes from Barbur? Never…

The Times - News
That plan to remove auto lanes from Barbur? Never…
'It's Bridgeport or bust,' TriMet General Manager Doug Kelsey tells Southwest Corridor Project Steering Committee.

African Americans fought for democracy abroad, at…

Portland Tribune - News
African Americans fought for democracy abroad, at…
WWII, Civil Rights movement connect as vets tell their stories in Oregon Historical Society exhibit.

Army Ranger hit with shrapnel that felt like 'bad…

Portland Tribune - Features
Army Ranger hit with shrapnel that felt like 'bad…
Bill Manderfeld of Tualatin earned his Purple Heart after serving in Vietnam.

Portland Water Bureau measures approved

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Water Bureau measures approved
Both city measures related to the water bureau win easy approval at Nov. 5 special election

Metro parks bond measure easily passes

Portland Tribune - News
Metro parks bond measure easily passes
Voters overwhelmingly support measure to preserve open spaces and fund nature-related projects and programs.

SW light-rail plan: Neither shorter, nor skinnier

Portland Tribune - News
SW light-rail plan: Neither shorter, nor skinnier
Planners reject losing lanes on Barbur orstopping line in Tigard as budget gap closes to $100 million

Three Sherwood charter changes pass handily

The Times - News
Three Sherwood charter changes pass handily
One of the measures allows the city to go out to voters at different times of the year for money requests.

Body found in Cedar Mill Creek identified

The Times - News
Body found in Cedar Mill Creek identified
Oregon Medical Examiner's Office is ruling the cause of the victim's death was accidental.

Tualatin Veterans Appreciation Breakfast set Nov. 8

The Times - News
Tualatin Veterans Appreciation Breakfast set Nov. 8
The annual event will be held at Tualatin's Juanita Pohl Center on Friday,8, from 8 to 9:30 a.m., at the center.

November meetings will be crucial for SW MAX

SW Connection - News
November meetings will be crucial for SW MAX
Key decisions to be made in November, after public comment and a debate about project's aspirations

Give n' Gobble gives Sherwood food bank a lift at…

Sherwood Gazette - News
Give n' Gobble gives Sherwood food bank a lift at…
Participants model that holiday spirit of giving and get some exercise at the same time.

Fire burns two homes in Tualatin

The Times - News
Fire burns two homes in Tualatin
The blaze broke out Friday, Nov. 1, in the Martinazzi Woods neighborhood. No injuries were reported.

Federal judge won't hold state hospital in contempt…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal judge won't hold state hospital in contempt…
Disability Rights Oregon plans to continue fighting for Oregonians timely access to health care.

Haven't voted yet? Drop your ballot off, don't mail…

Forest Grove News-Times - News
Haven't voted yet? Drop your ballot off, don't mail…
Officials say if you place your ballot envelope in the mail today or later, it's too late.

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