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Motorcycle victim was 19-year-old teen

Gresham Outlook - News
The victim of a fatal crash in Gresham has been identified by law enforcement.

Learn about a career in law enforcement

Gresham Outlook - News
Discover job opportunities in public safety for both sworn and non-sworn positions.

Portland tees up $75 million for affordable housing projects

Portland Tribune - News
Units will now be built with matching cash from private sources because voters changed the Oregon Constitution.

Your City Hall: May 2020 ballot may see 10-cent gas tax…

Portland Tribune - News
Transportation Commissioner Chloe Eudaly will ask the City Council to refer the measure to the May 2020 primary election ballot.

Watershed council seeks group leaders

Gresham Outlook - News
Experience not required to guide nature expeditions at Sandy River Delta in May

Carli Creek project protects Clackamas River from pollutants

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County celebrates finished water quality work near industrial area

New barriers to target 'troublemakers' in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Overlook boasts views of downtown, but site has become better known lately for public-safety issues

Portland streets could flood with up to 15,000 e-scooters

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Bureau of Transportation says 2,500 scooters expected at start of pilot on April 26.

State vaccine bill could net new amendment

Portland Tribune - News
Senator wants to let doctors OK medical exemptions; vaccine opponents likely not swayed.

Injured PPB officer on the road to recovery

Portland Tribune - News
While no one wants to see a family member in the hospital, the Gaither family has received an outpouring of support from the law enforcement…

PPS sued for role in anti-gun protests

Portland Tribune - News
County GOP chief: Parents€„¢ rights may have been violated in 2018 student walkout

Gladstone failed hire is lesson to ask 'direct question'

Clackamas Review - News
Sandy Fire Division Chief Jason McKinnon won't become Gladstone's new fire chief after salary negotiations break down

Vote now! Gresham man could be nation's top custodian

Portland Tribune - News
Hogan Cedars Elementary School custodian Nick Sifuentes is a finalist for national recognition.

Three arrested for drug deal at Clackamas Town Center

Portland Tribune - News
Police recover drug, packing, cash and weapons in Saturday night parking lot bust.

Inslee visits Portland electrical workers union to talk…

Portland Tribune - News
The Washington governor announced his bid for the presidency at the start of March, making climate change the central issue of his campaign.

Fracking ban passes Oregon House

Portland Tribune - News
House Bill 2623 now heads to state senate committee to consider 10-year moratorium in Oregon.

Treasury sells $100 million in bonds for Elliott Forest

Portland Tribune - News
The money will allow the state to eventually free the Elliott from its money-making obligations.

Oregon's newest wolf group caught on camera

Portland Tribune - News
The Indigo unit has made Umpqua National Forest, Lane and Douglas counties part of their turf.

Iraqi artists display work after escaping terror groups

Portland Tribune - News
Christ Church Parish is showing the art of Farooq Hassan and Haifa Al Habeeb through May.

City maps out new greenway linking Lloyd to Woodlawn

Portland Tribune - News
The project on 7th and 9th avenues adds traffic diverters, bike lanes and ped crossings in Portland.

Former Tigard teacher and coach sentenced to prison for sex…

The Times - News
Marcus Dale Jolley also taught briefly in the Sherwood and Southridge school districts.

Kanopy users' streaming data exposed in library leak

Portland Tribune - News
There are Kanopy users in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas, Deschutes, Yamhill and Marion counties.

Meet Filip Hristic, the next principal at Wilson High

Portland Tribune - News
School district looks to one of its own to take over after his successes at Roosevelt High School.

Dog, driver seriously hurt in roll-over crash in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police found 'car on its top' after crash with semi truck on Front Street on March 22.

Lawyers seek MAX stabbing trial outside Multnomah County

Portland Tribune - News
Lawyers file motion for the alleged attacker in a fatal stabbing, Jeremy Christian, in Portland.

Judge finds Charles McGee, Aubrey Dickson not guilty of…

Portland Tribune - News
Two prominent Portlanders, both African-American, had denied assaulting local woman in 2012.

Fill 'er up? Rural lawmakers want to see changes at the pump

Portland Tribune - News
Self-service gas pumps could pop up at stations under a compromise wrangled by lawmakers.

Ray plans to step down as OSU president

Portland Tribune - News
Longtime leader of Corvallis university says timing is right to leave in June 2020.

Luke Strait selected as Milwaukie's next police chief

Clackamas Review - News
Captain to replace Steve Bartol, who oversaw period in department marked by patrol cars hitting locals

DHS data breach exposes private info of thousands

Portland Tribune - News
An email phishing scheme hit in January, but agency took months to sort out the impact and whose information was stolen.

Housing bill gets a slight remodel

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers offer small cities a chance to alter the types of housing they require under the proposed law.

Legislature's HR director retires with $12,000-a-month gig

Portland Tribune - News
Lore Christopher was identified in BOLI harassment investigation as an official who failed to react to complaints.

KMHD jazz radio to remain with Oregon Public Broadcasting

Gresham Outlook - News
Mt. Hood college board approved a 5-year contract with OPB to continue to run the beloved station

Sex assault suspect arrested

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Tips from the public lead to arrested of man suspected of assaulting a boy in Pioneer Place.

Hit-and-run victim identified

Portland Tribune - News
Southwest 45th Avenue from Garden Home to Carson Street was closed during the investigation.

Report quantifies mistrust of the Portland Police Bureau

Portland Tribune - News
The report also provides insight into pressures at the bureau. Seventy-five percent of sworn bureau staff feel that they have too much work to do,…

A tiny house hotel with a twist

Portland Tribune - News
Slabtown Village combines the past and the present in one of Portland's fastest changing areas.

Sources: Eudaly not opposed to I-5 Rose Quarter Project

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Mayor Ted Wheeler can't please everyone and affordable housing doesn't mean cheap housing.

Pipe breaks hard to predict

Portland Tribune - News
Sudden burst of century-old pipe flooded neighborhood, and city officials say such breaks are hard to predict and prevent.

Tobacco tax would burn Washington buyers

Portland Tribune - News
With a much lower tax, Oregon experiences a high number of tobacco sales from out-of-state smokers looking to save on cigarettes.

Audit: Homeless cleanups need better management

Portland Tribune - News
The audit is released just two days after BikePortland declares obstructions caused by homeless camps along I-205 path 'unacceptable.'

Multnomah County opens Gladys McCoy health…

Portland Tribune - News
Downtown Portland building cost $94.1 million, hosts three clinics and hundreds of workers.

Michelle Obama's 'Becoming' tour lands at the Moda…

Portland Tribune - News
A month after postponing because of nasty winter weather, the former first lady talked about her book with a former White House staffer.

Merkley: treat asylum-seekers 'with respect and…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon senator tells Yamhill County audience that he worries U.S. policies could lead to war with North Korea.

Report: Ethics questions, fear beset Multnomah…

Portland Tribune - News
Elected auditor's survey finds general praise of managers, personal concerns among employees

'John Doe' ID'd in alleged carjacking on Hawthorne

Portland Tribune - News
Police say an unidentified man with a bottle stole a car in the Burgerville drive-thru on March 19.

City Hall staffer Berk Nelson now working for…

Portland Tribune - News
Nelson was a senior policy advisor on homelessness and police for Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler.

PCC earns global honors for fighting climate change

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Community College has earned Second Nature€„¢s Marks of Distinction by reducing emissions.

Gresham Chamber CEO Lynn Snodgrass interviews for…

Gresham Outlook - News
Lynn Snodgrass was listed among the five people recommended by the Oregon Republican Party to succeed Secretary of State Dennis Richardson, who died…

Woman killed in hit-and-run collision

Portland Tribune - News
Southwest 45th Avenue from Garden Home to Carson Street is closed during the investigation.

Oregon offshore oil drilling ban passes state…

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown is expected to sign Senate Bill 256, which prohibits offshore oil development

Initiative would focus on transportation funding

Estacada News - News
Gladstone resident Les Poole launches initiative about transportation funding for 2020 election

Portland police officer injured in I-205 crash

Portland Tribune - News
Both the officer and the driver of an SUV that hit the patrol vehicle are hospitalized with serious injuries.

Your City Hall: Police shortage put on front burner

Portland Tribune - News
The City Council already has increased the entry-level salary for officers to $64,000 from $47,000 in 2014.

Get 'Wild' over spring break in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
'Where the Wild Things Are' could be another of public library's popular spring-break themes, based on the classic illustrations and story by Maurice…

Sonadores: Hillsboro baseball team become 'dreamers'

Portland Tribune - News
The minor league franchise promotes 'dreamers' as part of MiLB's national 'Copa de la Diversion' initiative.

Coroner still inquiring into Hart family crash

Portland Tribune - News
The Hart family and their children from West Linn plunged off a California cliff on March 26, 2018.

Cheers! Portland area company rolls out sake in a…

Business Tribune - News
Inspired by the canned wine trend, SakeOne hopes single-serving offerings will be a hit.

Music loading zones strike right note for Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Bureau of Transportation announces Musician Loading Zones outside 16 local venues.

Lawmakers try to squeeze big money out of campaigns

Portland Tribune - News
'I think most of us in this room would agree that the level of money being spent on our campaigns is much too high.'

In one year, Portland police SROs arrest 17 at…

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Diego Hernandez, Portland Public Schools board mull proposals over school resource officers.

Infill plan narrowly approved by planning commission

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: How the commission members voters and link to previous Portland Tribune story now included.

In Multnomah County town, only outlaws ski the…

Portland Tribune - News
Until the update, most councilors hadn't realized skiing on Troutdale streets was outlawed.

Governor's Marketplace offers small-business…

Business Tribune - News
The two-day event, to be held March 20-21 in Salem, will offer educational sessions, networking

Broken water main repair work underway

Portland Tribune - News
Large replacement pipe reaches flooded neighborhood Sunday afternoon, repairs expected to take days.

PP&R budget cuts, fee increases to be discussed…

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland parks bureau is facing a $6.3 million budget deficit that will be discussed by the City Council on March 19.

Man critically stabbed in Southeast Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Police are asking the public to help identify and locate the suspect in the Saturday afternoon incident in Southeast Portland.

Trains too loud in Woodburn, residents say

Portland Tribune - News
Updated report: It would cost an estimated $6 million for Woodburn to pursue a railroad 'quiet zone'

Drugs, guns seized in SE Portland traffic stop

Portland Tribune - News
When police searched the car, they found more than eight pounds of methamphetamine, two pounds of heroin, steroids and two guns.

Cannabis legislation burns slowly through process

Portland Tribune - News
A pack of proposed laws would make it legal to buy pot online, prevent employers from taking action on postive THC drug tests

Water main break floods NE Portland neighborhood

Portland Tribune - News
Area covers Northeast 23 to 28 avenues, and Northeast Alberta to Prescott streets.

Leaders turn to prayers, solidarity after New…

Portland Tribune - News
'We aren't going to allow anyone to continue to target us out of hatred, out of bigotry, out of every phobia that you can think of.'

Hillsboro politico helping Gov. Inslee run for…

Portland Tribune - News
Former legislator Ben Unger is working with presidential candidate Jay Inslee on his campaign.

Bills hope to shake up quake survival skills

Portland Tribune - News
Schools could be tasked under legislation with preparing students for The Big One, and its horrible aftermath.

Students raise heat over climate change

Portland Tribune - News
Thousands from Portland schools rally Friday at Portland City Hall to demand action.

City untangling Willamette Falls, I-205, Highways…

Portland Tribune - News
West Linn City Council also received update from PGE on its plans for waterfront property

Vote looms on bringing jazz radio back to MHCC

Gresham Outlook - News
OPB has operated KMHD for a decade, returning it to the college campus would be expensive

Man of the hour resets Union Station clock

Portland Tribune - News
Springing ahead for daylight saving is a time-consuming responsibility that requires increasingly rare knowledge and skills.

Report: Oregon far exceeds nation in percent of…

Portland Tribune - News
The ECONorthwest report recommends policies ranging from more homes of all kinds to increased social services to address the problem.

Sten joins local office of national public affairs…

Portland Tribune - News
Former Portland commissioner has worked in the private sector after serving on the City Council from 1996 to 2008.

Cities, counties: Don't make us pay for records…

Portland Tribune - News
Lobbyists plead for more time to work on proposed new public records rules that could include fines for untimely responses.

PBOT: Walking in Portland depends on who you are

Portland Tribune - News
Research finds inadequate transportation infrastructure has greater imapct on low-income and minority communities.

Portland schools superintendent says ICE targeting…

Portland Tribune - News
ICE spokeswoman says the federal agency avoids arrests near schools or 'sensitive locations' unless directed to take action.

Courtney's apology: 'I must do better'

Portland Tribune - News
Senate president returns from medical leave as lawmakers approve resolution of support for harassment victims.

Committee approves vaccine bill, devastating…

Portland Tribune - News
House Bill 3036 would remove nonmedical exemptions for required vaccines, and has prompted a vocal opposition claiming proposal is government…

Sources: Fight over navigation center continues

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, state rent control law gets praise, scorn from dueling editorials in the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal.

Lake Oswego adds police officer to prevent self-harm

Portland Tribune - News
Adult Resource Officer Dawn Pecoraro will spend time following up and connecting people to resources

Planners fine-tune details for SW Corridor MAX line

Portland Tribune - News
Light-rail route over complex Crossroads intersection in Southwest Portland could raze 25 businesses, 200 jobs.

Biketown's rentals roll up big numbers

Portland Tribune - News
The annual Biketown report records an 87 percent increase in the $99 annual bicycle rental memberships.

Armed men carjack a Mazda, steal student's purse

Portland Tribune - News
Richmond Elementary School on Southeast 41st Avenue was placed on temporary lock-out as a precaution.

Fall back? Nope. Oregonians want to dump daylight…

Portland Tribune - News
Bill to end Oregon's clock-changing ways makes sense for 'grumpy, tired' population.

Council calls for more 5G research, but extends…

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler said federal law prevents Portland from regulating wireless technologies for health and safety reasons.

Committee members want end to clear-cutting near…

Portland Tribune - News
CZ Trail committee members disagree over how to balance recreation and safety

Police body camera hearing delayed

Portland Tribune - News
Thursday City Council meeting is cancelled, postponing hearing on potentially controversial pilot project funding.

Secret pending sale clouds historic Alpenrose Dairy…

Portland Tribune - News
Home to ball fields, bike- and car-racing, Portland complex's fate rides on game of legal chess.

Waste-burning firm spreads money chasing carbon cap…

Portland Tribune - News
Firm's special legislative deal on waste burning may be unraveling under scrutiny

Economist: Anti-sprawl rules boost home costs

Portland Tribune - News
Report blames land-use planning for housing crisis, but some say the situation is more complicated than that.

Public record bills shine spotlight on transparency

Portland Tribune - News
Wednesday hearing focuses on two measures to add teeth to document requests, deadlines.

Welcome the vultures

Gresham Outlook - News
Join Friends of Nadaka and the Portland Audubon Society for a free day of family fun to celebrate the turkey vulture's return.

Children get free vision screening

Gresham Outlook - News
Youngsters ages 3 to 7 can get a free vision screening at two events in Gresham and Fairview.

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