State Democrats seek to expand their reach

Portland Tribune - News
Democratic Party of Oregon holds its first summit since the election of Donald Trump as president.

Young man crashes truck into building, dies

Portland Tribune - News
Early Sunday morning death is at least the 37th traffic fatality this year in Portland.

Storms trigger flooding, landslides, outages

Portland Tribune - News
Southeast Oxbow Park Road in rural east Multnomah County was closed Sunday morning by a landslide, downed trees and power lines, about one-quarter…

Suspect in Sellwood shooting arrested

Portland Tribune - News
Devyn M. Julkowski, 20, was also arrested in February for allegedly setting fires at Cleveland High School, his former school.

TriMet Line 15 crossing Morrison Bridge again

Portland Tribune - News
Return to normal route follows a lengthy delay caused by weight restrictions related to the failing bidge deck that has been replaced

Two hurt in early morning head-on collision

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Driver charged with DUII, reckless driving as Portland's Major Crash Team investigators believe alcohol was a factor in the crash.

Hubbard man dies in Cipole Road hunting accident

Sherwood Gazette - News
Washington County sheriff's deputies said old Creed V. Brattain IV accidentally shot himself at about 5:54 p.m. Oct. 20, while duck hunting in the…

Independent Party of Oregon slams DOJ forced resignation

Portland Tribune - News
The IPO joined an increasing number of high-profile voices critical of the state's decision to force the target of a DOJ Black Lives Matter profiling…

Stalled warm front, jet stream will blast region with heavy…

Portland Tribune - News
The heaviest rain should be around the higher terrain of Southwest Washington and far Northwest Oregon, where between 4 and 8 inches of rain could…

Judge denies request to unseal Jeremy Christian affidavit

Portland Tribune - News
KOIN 6 News sought affidavit used to obtain search warrant in a May attack on a MAX train that killed two men and seriously injured another

Chehalem Ridge park plan gets approved

Portland Tribune - News
Metro Council action clears the way for partial development of the nature park south of Forest Grove; public opening is scheduled for early 2020.

PPS, in legal leap, claims its ombudsman is not its own

Portland Tribune - News
To block release of ombudsman records, PPS claims the ombudsman it pays is not under its control.

Grand jury indicts driver in Gresham cyclist's death

Gresham Outlook - News
Kurtis Allen Linn, 23, faces manslaughter, other charges for Sunday, Oct. 8 incident.

Convicted murderer sentenced to life for 2016 Aloha shooting

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Roger Gastelum-Medina was convicted of murder and other charges last month.

Amazon HQ chase: Region submits four offers

Portland Tribune - News
Portland, Beaverton, Milwaukie and Clark County all say Seattle-based company should build second headquarter here

OHSU President Robertson to retire

Portland Tribune - News
Robertson said he planned to leave his post Oct. 31 to focus on his health and his family. Robertson was diagnosed in September with a mild form of…

Portland chicken bones, other food scraps could be turned…

Portland Tribune - News
Metro narrows down list of processers to firms proposing to build in Portland and Wilsonville

Mayor's office: Hazelnut Grove will move

Portland Tribune - News
North Portland neighbors, homeless village residents work toward solution after mediation process was 'disaster,' while city looks for new land and…

Eight years post-recession, finally some good news: wages…

Portland Tribune - News
A new economic forecast from Portland State University says average wages are above $28 per hour and home price percent increases are no longer in…

The show must go on: Keller Auditorium turns 100

Portland Tribune - News
Performing arts hall celebrates its colorful cultural history with centennial celebration.

Pot taxes puff up PPS coffers

Portland Tribune - News
The marijuana windfall is not expected to be the 'gold mine' many were hoping to fix school revenue, but it's more immediate cash than voters…

Sources Say: Poll shows Portlanders dissatified

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Not everyone welcome in Portland and attacks in 2018 governor's race underway

Police: Man steals Tigard patrol vehicle, is arrested

The Times - News
Djordje Djuric faces multiple charges after allegedly driving off in a police vehicle.

Trick or treat? Reese's Cups is top Oregon candy for…

Portland Tribune - News
Candystore.com reported Wednesday, Oct. 18, that Americans will spend about $2.7 billion on trick-or-treat candy this year.

Oregon City's 300 homeless students tackle challenges

Clackamas Review - News
OCSD has two homeless education liaisons, Julie Baumann and Mary Ellen Winterhalter, who work to identify and support students in transition

State police seek driver who fled Highway 212 hit-and-run…

Clackamas Review - News
UPDATE: Troopers say a St. Helens man is a 'person of interest' in the collision that left 20-year-old Ana Wakefield of Damascus seriously injured at…

Wapato sale falls through again

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County is still marketing the unopened North Portland jail through a commercial real estate firm

Food carts destroyed, cars damaged in downtown fire

Portland Tribune - News
Lai Thai and The Greek Gods Gyro were destroyed and 10 cars were also damaged in Wednesday afternoon fire.

Board briefed on courthouse planning

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County gets $1.25 million state grant to start work on building to replace 80-year-old structure that is inadequate and likely to collapse…

TriMet General Manager announces retirement

Portland Tribune - News
Neil McFarlane will leave in early 2018 after 26 years, including the last seven as general manager

Oregon attorney general explains lawsuits against Trump…

Portland Tribune - News
Rosenblum at Washington County Public Affairs Forum: 'Many of these actions have chipped away at our individual freedoms and our collective rights'

Council sets goal of creating more supportive housing

Portland Tribune - News
Resolution unanimously approved to create 2,000 affordable housing units with services for tenants by 2028

Filbert orchard no more

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
City of Wilsonville officials and neighbors surprised by the removal of aged trees

Panel moving forward with demolition regulations

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioner Chloe Euday is pushing for a vote on new rules by the end of the year

State loses more jobs in September as unemployment rate…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon employment officials said Tuesday, Oct. 17, that September's job losses followed rapid gains during February through July, when a total of…

Royal Palm building's closure presents housing quandary

Portland Tribune - News
Cascadia forced to board up rundown facility used for transitional services in Old Town/Chinatown.

Portland lawyer Andrew Long should be immediately…

Portland Tribune - News
Legal regulators for the Oregon State Bar are seeking to curb Portland lawyer; he denies all wrongdoing.

Map shows potential property conflicts

Portland Tribune - News
City Council to review some but not all of Central City sites owned by members of all advisory committees

Oregon sues to obtain stats on DACA arrests

Portland Tribune - News
Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum joined attorneys general from nine other states to demand federal agencies hand over information on the number of…

Portland Community College bond represents new approach

Portland Tribune - News
Measure headed for ballot could fund a variety of programming, maintenance, and non-building needs.

PPS's new superintendent reverses course in third…

Portland Tribune - News
Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero proposed a bold reform on his ninth day at the helm. He changed his mind on his 15th day. No one's complaining.

Kurt Schrader: Still optimistic on health care

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat sees potential two-year deal on insurance premium subsidies; has doubts on a tax-code overhaul that Republicans, Trump say is top…

Poor attendance tied to Portland students' low…

Portland Tribune - News
Even two absences a month can add up: some of the poorest performing schools in the city have the worst regular attendance records.

City Hall Watch: Portland submits crypto plan

Portland Tribune - News
Also, applications accepted for displaced families and traffic fatalities continue to increase

NEWS BRIEFS: Wyden seeks data on journalist…

Gresham Outlook - News
More News: Fall concert scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 25, Shuttle offered for Barlow homecoming.

Multnomah County: manager used funds on gold,…

Portland Tribune - News
Details behind the 58-count indictment of Randall Brown revealed. Fired employee says not guilty.

Portland to wink at living in RVs, tiny homes

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Tents not allowed as Commissioner Chloe Eudaly suspends city rules, with limits on numbers and locations

Former Oak Lodge officials hit with fines for…

Clackamas Review - News
Dan Bradley and Michael Read fined $250 each for multiple infractions of election laws related to the district consolidation ballot measures

Anti-wool campaign unveils, er, a naked endorsement

Portland Tribune - News
PETA's national campaign featuring Alicia Silverston's bare behind lands in what WalletHub says is the nation's second-best city for vegans and…

Audit: DHS should improve oversight of in-home care

Portland Tribune - News
Auditors say the DHS should take 'immediate action' to improve in-home care for seniors.

Petitioners submit signatures for provider tax…

Portland Tribune - News
Opponents argue that as many as 350,000 may see reduced benefits, or may be cut from the program altogether.

Why was the target of DOJ profiling forced to leave?

Portland Tribune - News
Erious Johnson Jr., whose coworkers profiled him for tweets about Black Lives Matter, is the only DOJ employee who was forced out in surveillance…

Worker fatally crushed by semis at Troutdale FedEx

Gresham Outlook - News
The 'workplace incident' was reported around 6:45 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14 in Troutdale.

Police investigate shootings at homeless camp, 7-11

Portland Tribune - News
No one is apparently hurt at Sunday camp shooting, but one teen is shot at a convenience story early Saturday

Oregon likely to send recycled materials to…

Portland Tribune - News
There's so much trash mixed in with our recycling that no companies in the U.S. will buy the material. China has been willing to buy the stuff that…

Workers escape injury from downtown blaze

Portland Tribune - News
Fire breaks out on roof of vacant building being renovated in downtown Portland

Clackamas Fire rescues stranded kayaker

Portland Tribune - News
Rescue boat used because of steep bank along Clackamas River where kayaker was stuck

Clackamas County fire crews head to California

Portland Tribune - News
Firefighters from Cornelius, Forest Grove and Gaston have already been sent to fight the wildfires that have claimed over 40 lives

After CPR, Legacy nurse reunites with fellow…

Portland Tribune - News
Kirstyn Rossman reacted immediately when she saw Dave Brenner fall to the ground during the race.

Clackamas firefighting equipment arrives from…

Clackamas Review - News
15 pieces of firefighting equipment valued at $7.7 million manufactured by Pierce

Wheeler, TriMet at odds over housing funds

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: TriMet says it cannot legally comply with Southwest Corridor Plan request, but understands the need to create more affordable housing

Wilsonville woman is rising star in bodybuilding…

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
21-year-old Alexa Floria was stunned when she won a recent national bodybuilding contest

Clackamas County starts framing shelters for…

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioners join volunteers to assemble tiny houses that will be moved to a Clackamas industrial site upon approval of a conditional use permit;…

Lents Park gets new playground

Portland Tribune - News
New Southeast Portland playground paid for with Parks Replacement bond dollars is unveiled on Saturday, offering more accessibility options for those…

Thorns crowned NWSL champions

Portland Tribune - Sports
Celebrations planned Sunday in Portland after Thorns defeat North Carolina 1-0 on Saturday to capture the club's second league title in the five-year…

The Springs breaks ground on new community in Lake…

Lake Oswego Review - News
After years of planning, construction is underway on the future senior living community in Lake Grove

PERS task force meets for final time as deadline…

Portland Tribune - News
Since the task force started meeting in July, the unfunded liability has increased $3 billion, to $25.3 billion.

NE Portland demolition dust-up highlights fears…

Portland Tribune - News
Neighbors' experience illustrates both limits of the city's demolition rules and the challenges facing Commissioner Chloe Eudaly as she steps into…

Clackamas County, Gladstone resolve library dispute

Portland Tribune - News
City will drop lawsuit as part of an agreement for a two-branch solution, which envisions a smaller city library and a larger library for the more…

Motorcyclist becomes 35th traffic fatality of 2017

Portland Tribune - News
Death have increased in 2017 despite Vision Zero policy adopted by City Council intended to increase traffic safety

NW Natural to move downtown

Portland Tribune - News
Gas company will leave iconic One Pacific Square headquarters building in Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood

City Hall Watch: Gang violence keeps dropping

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the City Council extended housing emergency and renter protections, and an East Portland grant was approved to address funding disparities

Milwaukie Vietnam War memorial almost fully funded

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie, American Legion Post 180, Daughters of the American Revolution are asking for the public's help

Tornado sighted near Aurora Airport

Woodburn Independent - News
Weather phenomenon hits Aurora airport, flips over two planes, downs power lines

Bank of Oswego fraud trial underway in Portland

Lake Oswego Review - News
Former bank executives Dan Heine and Diana Yates are accused of conspiring to hide bad loans from shareholders, directors and regulators

Grant County sheriff cleared by Department of…

Portland Tribune - News
Glenn Palmer came under investigation after numerous complaints were filed against him the wake of the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife…

Albertina Kerr volunteers retire after decades of…

Portland Tribune - News
Betty Sweeny, 94, and Harriet Lesher, 86, didn't work paying jobs most of their life, coming from a much different era.

Will Portland see reprieve from 'zombie' RVs on…

Portland Tribune - News
Some are skeptical the city's new ordinance will yield positive results and wonder how it will actually help the homeless crisis. While PBOT plans…

Zoom clinic owners will pay fines, fund insurance…

Portland Tribune - News
The Zoom health clinic chain will pay $2.2 million to its failed insurance plan and $285,000 in fines

PPS report card shows signs of hope

Portland Tribune - News
Graduation rates should continue to climb, though many juniors are still struggling to meet state standards.

Lighting the Night to fight blood cancers

Lake Oswego Review - News
Mike Barrett honors his late wife and father by raising funds through the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night events

PCC painting stirs debate

Portland Tribune - News
Ex-teacher calls work offensive. School defended it as a 'learning tool in support of higher education.'

A struggle over graduation rates puts services for…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon parents are worried a change to modified diplomas could risk transition services, but those in charge say the 2018 Legislature will fix it…

Wheeler, Fritz announce IndyCar return to Portland

Portland Tribune - News
The first IndyCar race at Portland International Raceway since 2007 will be held over the 2018 Labor Day weekend

Sources Say: Wheeler amplifies criticisms of city's…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Wheeler has some good points and Smith runs against county while running for the City Council

Volunteers sought to build sleeping pods for vets

Clackamas Review - News
PSU architecture students transforming Pickathon music stage into 'sleeping pods' in Clackamas County

Forestry Department wants more money for fires

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Department of Forestry estimates that the 2017 fire season has so far cost it $38.9 million.

Burnside footbridge to become a reality

Portland Tribune - News
Crowdfunding for Forest Park bridge is a wild success, but Portland Parks Foundation still seeks more for construction safety net.

City Council: Target more affordable housing for…

Portland Tribune - News
City Council approves framework for spending affordable housing bond on Oct. 11 and will take up a resolution calling for 2,000 more supportive units…

Portland submits crypto plan to Oregon Health…

Portland Tribune - News
City must say how it will comply with U.S. EPA rules before variance is revoked by Nov. 22

Board seeks consideration of Sunrise Corridor…

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County commissioners say highway would relieve congestion, open land to business development; TriMet board mulls regional transportation…

Grant OKd for Beaverton clinic

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County commissioners approve $250,000 toward $723,854 sought by Virginia Garcia Memorial Foundation to complete $7.7 million project;…

Washington County considers ban on exotic animals

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioners look at latest step in dispute with owners of nonprofit animal rescue center over presence of lions and tigers on high-value farmland…

Save 'Movie Madness' campaign launched

Portland Tribune - News
Beloved Southeast Portand video store scheduled to close in November, but Hollywood Theater launches campaign to save it

The Circuit in Tigard rocks as boulderers face…

The Times - News
The Portland Boulder Rally drew climbers from across the region and country.

Wilsonville prepares for electric busses

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Transit agency awarded $1.45 million for two 35-foot battery-electric buses

Mayor Lori Chavez-DeRemer won't run against Rep.…

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley mayor concludes she doesn't have 'all the parts to run a successful campaign' to unseat Gov. Kate Brown

Cyclist killed by car in Gresham

Gresham Outlook - News
A bicyclist was struck by a vehicle and killed Sunday evening, Oct. 8, near Southeast Stark Street.

No charge yet for fire? It's 'a lot of politics'

Gresham Outlook - News
Trespassers cited for visiting closed recreation areas in Columbia Gorge, park authorities note.

Bus ridership falls as population grows

Portland Tribune - News
New apartments on busy streets will reverse decline in the future, TriMet predicts

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