Officers identified after man shot on roof in Beaverton

Officers identified after man shot on roof in Beaverton

Under long-standing protocol, both officers have been placed on paid leave.

Bridges, not walls

Bridges, not walls

Hundreds come together for a rally and march promoting equality and justice

Immunization 'exclusion day' is Wednesday

Immunization 'exclusion day' is Wednesday

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Huge crowd fills Muslim Educational Trust Center for Wednesday rally

Huge crowd fills Muslim Educational Trust Center for Wednesday rally

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PHOTO COURTESY OF REP. BONAMICI'S OFFICE - Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici with PCC President Miark Mitsui.
February 26, 2017

PCC president to hear Trump at joint session of Congress

by The Times
Congresswoman Bonamici invited Mark Mitsui to Tuesday's speech in Washington.
PHOTO BY DANA HAYNES - Sen. Ginny Burdick, left, and Rep. Margaret Doherty addressed an estimated 60 people today in downtown Tigard.
February 25, 2017

Housing, transit, marijuana dominate legislators' town hall

by Dana Haynes
Sen. Ginny Burdick and Rep. Margaret Doherty address constituents in downtown Tigard.
HILLSBORO TRIBUNE PHOTO: CHASE ALLGOOD - Getting PCC's Rock Creek campus built was a major challenge, but the campus now serves more than 20,000 students. The campus celebrates 40 years in Washington County this year.
February 25, 2017

PCC Rock Creek celebrates 40 years

by Geoff Pursinger
The Washington County Museum on the campus unveiled a new exhibit chronicling Rock Creek's history.


Sean Spaulding.
February 24, 2017

Beaverton man indicted on sex abuse, coercion charges

by The Times
The Washington County Sheriff's Office says Sean Spaulding 'tricked' a girl into sending him nude photos and tried to blackmail a Tigard woman for explicit pictures.
Deputy E.U. Ambassador Caroline Visini
February 23, 2017

European Union diplomat to speak at Nordia House

by The Times
Caroline Vicini will discuss the state of the relationship between the United States and the European Union.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: SHASTA KEARNS MOORE - Lincoln High School junior Amahn Enayati teaches 87-year-old Lily Irinaga how to use basic functions on her iPad. Enayati wants more teens to join Teen Tech Help to connect with seniors.
February 23, 2017

Teaching tech: Teen wants to grow idea for connecting seniors

by Shasta Kearns Moore
TeenTechHelp.dx.am is a website where teens can learn more and sign up to be part of the team.
More than two dozen local 'March 4 Trump' events, including one in Lake Oswego, are planned in support of a March 4 gathering on the Capital Mall in Washington, D.C.
February 22, 2017

Lake Oswego business owner plans 'March 4 Trump'

by Anthony Macuk
Kevin Kerwin's event is part of a nationwide series of pro-Trump rallies scheduled for March 4
PHOTO COURTESY OF THE HAWKETTES - The dance squad, which consists of students from freshman through seniors, competed against the world at a tourney in Orlando.
February 23, 2017

Hawkettes compete at national tourney

by The Times
The Hawkettes currently are the defending hip-hop champions in Oregon.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: PETER WONG - TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane speaks Monday, Feb. 20, at the Washington County Public Affairs Forum about the future of transportation in the Portland area.
February 23, 2017

Three of four top priorities identified by TriMet GM affect Washington County

by Peter Wong
The public transit agency is pushing not only for construction of a light rail line in the Southwest Corridor, but also for three regional freeway projects.
THE TIMES: JAIME VALDEZ - Luis Ramos just completed his naturalization ceremony and became a United States citizen when he noticed a Bald Eagle flying just above him.
February 22, 2017

New Americans

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
A naturalization ceremony held at the Beaverton Main Library welcomed 31 new citizens
COURTESY BEAVERTON POLICE DEPARTMENT - Brendon Robert Louis Doyle, 25, is being sought in connection with a sex crime investigation.
February 22, 2017

Registered sex offender wanted for questioning in sex abuse investigation

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Beaverton Police are seeking the community's assistance in locating a suspect
SUBMITTED - James Tylka, left, shot and killed his wife, Katelynn, right, on Dec. 25, 2016. On Wednesday, the Washington County District Attorney's office ruled that officers were justified when they shot him 21 times, killing him.
February 22, 2017

DA rules officers justified in fatally shooting suspect in Christmas shooting

by Geoff Pursinger
Five officers shot James Tylka 21 times on Christmas night, district attorney's office said.
KOIN TV - AdeladiIew Mekonen, a former caregiver, was sentenced Wednesday morning to the maximum time of 25 years for sexually assaulting several patients who were senior citizens.
February 22, 2017

Man who sexually assaulted seniors sentenced

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Former hospital caregiver is handed down the maximum prison sentence of 25 years
THE TIMES: MANDY FEDER-SAWYER - Helen Winberg was a celebrity guest during the distribution of portable AEDs at the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue Aloha station on Valentines Day. She is pictured here with TVF&R Chief Michael Duyck.
February 22, 2017

Heart of the matter

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue sets the stage for survival with new life-saving technology
February 22, 2017

Beaverton Police Logs

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Loaded gun found by restaurant employee in the trash, break-ins and car thefts are some of the calls BPD responded to
THE TIMES: MANDY FEDER-SAWYER - A move over mission was conducted on Thursday, Feb. 16 to remind those driving to move over when possible or slow down when emergency responders are working.
February 22, 2017

Slow down, move over

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Beaverton Police Department Traffic Safety Team enforces the move over law
PHOTO BY JAIME VALDEZ - A crew from United States Geological Survey measures the flow and suspended sediment from Fanno Creek at Greenway Park along Southwest Hall Boulevard. Pictured from left; Erin Coor, David Weathers, Matt smith and Matt Yates.
February 22, 2017

More winter weather heading our way

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Rain and snow expected over the weekend with a break for sunshine on Saturday
February 22, 2017

Beaverton Briefs

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
There's so much to do and so many ways to be involved in the City of Beaverton
TRIBUNE PHOTO: PETER WONG - TriMet General Manager Neil McFarlane speaks Monday, Feb. 20, at the Washington County Public Affairs Forum about the future of transportation in the Portland area.
February 23, 2017

Transit chief: Build light-rail line, three highway projects

by Peter Wong
The Southwest Corridor and Highway 217 from Tigard to Cedar Hills are among the priorities.
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - A potentially deadly parasite has been found nine times in the Bull Run reservoir.
February 21, 2017

Tualatin Valley Water District impacted by parasite findings in Bull Run reservoir

by Jim Redden
Regional water providers back Portland's decision to switch to reserve supplies until more is known about a possibly deadly parasite found in Portland water.
KOIN - Hall Street Grill in Beaverton closed suddenly over the weekend.
February 20, 2017

Hall Street Grill closes without warning

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Employees, vendors and officials shocked by the closure of longtime Beaverton restaurant
COURTESY OREGON LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION - Bottle deposits in Oregon will double to 10 cents on April 1. Under a bill proposed in the Legislature, even cans for which only a 5-cent deposit was paid can be redeemed for the full 10 cents until Sept. 1, 2018.
February 18, 2017

Oregonians could see bottle deposit windfall under bill

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
The state's bottle and can deposit will double to a dime April 1.
WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - A suspect in multiple sexual assault cases pleaded guilty Friday morning.
February 17, 2017

Sexual abuser enters guilty plea

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Hospital caregiver pleads guilty to sex crimes, will receive 25-year sentence
COURTESY OF DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION - Left to right: Talulabel Gilpin, Lola Gibbons, and Lauren Petersen.
February 17, 2017

Youth give back to communities

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Daughters of the American Revolution recognize three girls during meeting
PORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Portland has switched its water source from the Bull Run reservoir to groundwater wells along the Columbia River.
February 16, 2017

Portland switching water source after potentially deadly parasite found

by Jim Redden
Portions of Beaverton and Tigard receive drinking water from Bull Run.

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PHOTO BY JAMES G. HILL - PCC President Mark Mitsui with Patricia Reese unveil the name of the new hangar at the campus north of Beaverton.
Feb 16, 2017

Rock Creek campus names hangar in honor of businessman

by James G. Hill
Michael Reese began his career with Standard Oil and opened his own service station in 1956.
PARIS ACHEN/CAPITAL BUREAU - Emily Salisbury, associate professor of criminal justice at University of Nevada Las Vegas and editor of Criminal Justice and Behavior, speaks about women in the criminal justice system at the Oregon Justice Reinvestment Summit at the Salem Convention Center Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017.
Feb 16, 2017

Women's prison focus of state summit, legislative session

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Researcher tells Oregon Justice Reinvestment Summit women offenders should be treated differently in effort to downsize state's prison population.
Feb 15, 2017

Beaverton High inducts famous alumni

by Claudia Reed
The school culminated its Centennial Celebration by inducting 34 heroes - 12 posthumously - into its new Hall of Achievement, during an awards dinner at Portland's Nordia House.
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Northeast Portlander Amy Nelson is pushing for legislation that would mandate screenings for cytomegalovirus in newborns. The common virus can cause severe developmental problems in rare cases.
Feb 15, 2017

Portland mom pushes state to screen newborns for debilitating…

by Shasta Kearns Moore
House Bill 2754, introduced by Rep. Jeff Barker, would require medical centers to refer newborns who fail their hearing screenings to be tested for CMV.
Feb 15, 2017

Council to present towing ordinance

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Regulations to be put in place by city council for maximum fees that can be charged
Feb 15, 2017

Beaverton Police Logs

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Hit-and-run crashes, disorderly conduct, theft from vehicles top Beaverton's police calls
Feb 15, 2017

Beaverton Briefs

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
From honoring local military personnel to Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District award
SUBMITTED - Katelynn Armand-Tylka
Feb 14, 2017

New DA's office report describes Christmas Day slaying

by Geoff Pursinger
Washington County prosecutors have released new details in the King City shooting that injured North Plains police officer and left a Beaverton woman dead
Feb 14, 2017

Pedestrian dies Monday on Highway 26

by The Times
UPDATE: Victim was 50-year-old man who may have stepped into traffic.
Westview High School Team 1 of Beaverton, from left, coach Fabian Mak, Priyansh Sharma, Andrew Yang, Bryan Lee, Justin Bao and Grant Chen.
Feb 11, 2017

Westview High School of Beaverton wins 26th annual BPA Regional…

by The Times
The top four finishers for Oregon and Washington all hail from the metro westside; three from Beaverton.
PHOTO BY DANA HAYNES - Speaker of the House Tina Kotek listens to a constituent as an estimated 500 people crowded into the College Center at PCC's Sylvania Campus.
Feb 11, 2017

Crowds fill PCC Sylvania to address Legislature's budget-writers

by Dana Haynes
Lawmakers face a $1.8 billion shortfall and are touring the state, seeking to hear from as many Oregonians as possible
Miguel A. Fuentes
Feb 10, 2017

Child Protective Services worker arrested for falsifying reports

by The Times
Miguel A. Fuentes II has been charged with 15 counts of official misconduct I and 15 counts of tampering with public records.
Feb 10, 2017

Kindergarten enrollment begins in Beaverton

by The Times
Any child who is age 5 on or before Sept. 1, 2017, is eligible to enroll for kindergarten at their designated school.
COURTESY PHOTO: MICHAEL DURHAM/OREGON ZOO - Packy, the Oregon Zoo's 54-year-old Asian elephant, was euthanized Thursday, Feb. 9, after battling a strain of drug-resistant TB.
Feb 09, 2017

Beloved Asian elephant Packy dies at Oregon Zoo

by Pamplin Media Group
Oregon Zoo officials said the decision to euthanize Packy came following a lengthy search for alternative treatment options after test results last fall indicated the elephant was suffering from…
FILE PHOTO BY JAIME VALDEZ - One of last year's Amazing Kids honorees, along with Trail Blazer great Terry Porter and Mark Garber of Pamplin Media Group.
Feb 09, 2017

Do you know an Amazing Kid?

by The Times
Pamplin Media Group now seeking submissions for its regional contest.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Jan's Paperbacks on TV Highway has been put up for sale, with plans to close if a new owner doesn't take over. Jan's has been in operation in Aloha since 1981.
Feb 09, 2017

Jan's Paperbacks, an institution in Aloha, goes up for sale

by Geoff Pursinger
First opened in 1981 as a book exchange, Jan's, located at 18095 S.W. Tualatin Valley Highway, is one of a handful of independent bookstores in Washington County.
Feb 09, 2017

School districts prepare for immigration questions

by Geoff Pursinger and Dana Haynes
Policies of Trump administration have educators seeking clarification on rules.
MANDY FEDER-SAWYER - Salma Ahmad will emcee a rally and march in Beaverton on Sunday afternoon.
Feb 09, 2017

Rally and march set for Sunday

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
A human rights and equality rally is scheduled for Sunday afternoon in Beaverton
PHOTO COURTESY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - The arsenal confiscated Tuesday by law enforcement officials.
Feb 08, 2017

Investigators seize 21 guns, drugs, cash in Tigard

by The Times
Steven J. Johnson of Tigard, 50, is being held on $50,000 bail.
Feb 08, 2017

Landslide brought it down

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Inclement weather is creating challenges for work crews and commuters
Feb 08, 2017

Beaverton Police Logs

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Vehicle thefts, hit-and-run crashes, business burglary and identity theft calls responded to
Feb 08, 2017

Beaverton Briefs

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
News briefs for the City of Beaverton from employment rates to arts opportunities
Chandler Osofsky
Feb 07, 2017

Aloha man convicted of child abuse for second time

by The Times
Washington County Child Abuse Detectives are concerned that there may be additional victims.
PHOTO BY DANA HAYNES - Sara Schmitt of the Beaverton Education Association was among the speakers at a press conference Feb. 27, in opposition to the DeVos nomination. Behind her, in blue scarf, is Congressman Earl Blumenauer. An estimated 300 people attended the press event.
Feb 07, 2017

DeVos named Education Secretary

by Dana Haynes
Several locals have rallied against the Michigan billionaire for this position.
Feb 06, 2017

Suspects in strong-arm robbery sought

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Beaverton Police are searching for a young couple who robbed a man in parking lot