Violence claims didn't restrict Oshea from teaching

Portland Tribune - News
State says abusers not necessarily unfit as teachers, complicating efforts to dismiss Portland Public Schools teacher.

Sweet rides at 2018 Portland International Auto Show

Portland Tribune - News
Must-sees include new EVs, SUVs, trucks and more at Oregon Convention Center from Jan. 25 to 28.

Sources Say: County mum on hostile workplace complaint

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Commissioner Chloe Eudaly wants to hire a communications assistant to help handle her social media after being sued over Facebook postings.

TriMet names Chief Operating Officer as finalist to run…

Portland Tribune - News
After an international search, Doug Kelsey is the final candidate being considered by the agency's Board of Directors to replace General Manager Neil…

After months of negotiations, Portland Public nears…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Association of Teachers said that if negotiations hadn't gotten serious by the end of the long weekend, they would consider labor actions.

Portland approves 20 mph speed limit In residential zones

Portland Tribune - News
New signs are expected to be installed by April 1 of this year as part of the Vision Zero Action Plan approved by the City Council.

Apple says it will put more money into Central Oregon data…

Portland Tribune - News
The Cupertino, Calif., computer giant announced Wednesday, Jan. 17, that it would 'build on its commitment to support the American economy and its…

December's strong job report shows return to 'robust growth'

Portland Tribune - News
The average unemployment rate for 2017 was 4 percent, Oregon's lowest annual average unemployment rate since records began in 1976.

Little Big Burger coming to Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Review - News
Chain's latest storefront is expected to open in Oswego Towne Square sometime in the first half of 2018

101 petitioners float alternative funding plan

Portland Tribune - News
Legislators propose broadening the tax base to pay for rising Oregon Health Plan costs.

Former Washington County Sheriff Bill Probstfield dies

Portland Tribune - News
William Randolph 'Bill' Probstfield served as Washington County Sheriff from 1983 to 1992.

Police: Shot fired outside Milwaukie video-lottery cafe

Clackamas Review - News
Attempted robbery ends with 6-foot-tall masked suspect fleeing in an unknown direction

Merkley not ruling out presidential bid

Portland Tribune - News
Amid rampant speculation, Oregon U.S. Senator responds to questions during Jan. 5 meeting with the Pamplin Media Group editors.

FBI renews effort to locate fugitive out of Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - News
Barrett Preston Busschau disappeared from Oregon in 1993 after multiple sex abuse charges involving children

Cub Scout pack welcomes girls

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Wilsonville's Pack 199 announces it will allow girls to officially join, first as Cub Scouts

Oregon Food Bank bows out as Blues Fest operator

Portland Tribune - News
Waterfront Blues Production and Fuller Events have assumed all oversight and management of huge annual Fourth of July festival.

County smothers wood burning on bad air days

Gresham Outlook - News
Rule applies between Oct. 1-March 1 after Multnomah County commissioners' yes vote.

We're No. 5! We're No. 5!

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon has the fifth highest gasoline prices in the nation. The Pacific Coast states are leading the way, with Hawaii, Alaska, California and…

RiverPlace high-rises rile neighbors

Portland Tribune - News
Plan for new towers will mean demolition of older, lower buildings along the west bank of the Willamette River in downtown.

Semi crashes off I-84, lands on Columbia River shoreline

Gresham Outlook - News
Truck driver Suzanne Brault struck Chevy Tahoe parked on shoulder of Interstate-84.

Oft-jailed special-ed teacher paid by PPS to resign from job

Portland Tribune - News
Andrew Oshea also got paid during two years he didn't work, and he was in jail for some of the time.

Little chance of false alert in Oregon, officials say

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon emergency alerts are written at the time of specific events and must be authenticated by a supervisor before being sent.

Public may weigh in on I-5/I-205 tolling

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Department of Transportation will hold three public hearings in January to share information and receive comments about potential plans to…

Legal action seeks to force Loretta Smith to resign now

Portland Tribune - News
Activist says Multnomah County Commissioner violated county charter provision by running for Portland City Council before the start of her last year…

Oregon, 20 other states, challenge repeal of net neutrality

Portland Tribune - News
The Federal Communications Commission voted Dec. 14 to repeal a rule that barred internet providers from blocking or charging more for access to one…

Charles McGee joins race for Multnomah County board

Portland Tribune - News
Head of Black Parent Initiative joins crowded field for North and Northeast Portland district seat

Jenny Glass: Building the community

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Rosewood Initiative says more transit, child care needed in borderlands of Gresham, Portland.

City Hall Update: Council criticizes Sessions on pot

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Mayor Ted Wheeler hails Ellington purchase and PBOT says Safe Ride program a success.

Flooding shows urgency for new Gladstone City Hall

Clackamas Review - News
After pipe breaks, scrambling over the weekend to move things around allowed City Hall to open for business Monday morning

Oregon City: 90 year olds' testimony of 'little value' to…

Clackamas Review - News
City aims to have park case dismissed to avoid a public vote on proposed Public Works Department expansion

Merkley offers recognition to Albina Ministerial Alliance

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon senator presents flag flown over U.S. Capitol to a trio representing the group after a town hall meeting at Parkrose High School.

Hillsboro man arrested in Aloha bar fight

Portland Tribune - News
No one is seriously injured in overnight altercation despite suspect threatening customer, security staff with knife.

Waste Management gets nod to process our food scraps

Portland Tribune - News
Metro chooses nation's largest garbage hauler, which is working with Portland sewer authority, to build plant in North Portland.

Wyden, Merkley still back 'dreamers'

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrats offer differing prospects at town hall meetings for shielding them from deportation, but reaffirm support for attaching legislation…

Gresham man faces charges in death of Forest Grove man in…

Portland Tribune - News
The driver of a van was arrested after the Saturday evening crash on US 26 just east of Rhododendron.

Pedestrian in freeway killed near Damascus

Portland Tribune - News
Deadly collision happened around midnight on Jan. 14 on Highway 212 near Southeast 222nd Avenue.

Loretta Smith tamps down controversy in council campaign…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah Commissioner steers away from recent headlines while formally entering city race.

Two teens stabbed in Laurelhurst Park

Portland Tribune - News
Police searching for suspect, say stabbing happened during distubrance with a group of juveniles in Southeast Portland park.

'What is Happening at Woodchuck High?!'

West Linn Tidings - Education
Art Tech High students create sitcom in movie-making class, writing the script, filming and editing

USS Portland squeezes through Panama Canal

Portland Tribune - News
Volunteers soughts to help with activities leading up to commissioning ceremony in Portland on April 21.

Police: Man in van attempted to pick up child in…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The incident occurred near Templeton Elementary School on Thursday, Jan. 11.

Williams has 'significant concerns' about state's…

Portland Tribune - News
Williams wants to host a summit among law enforcement and other groups to share information to 'inform our federal enforcement strategy.'

Senate president: Fixing education a 'tall mountain…

Portland Tribune - News
Peter Courtney said 1990s tax measures make improving graduation rate particularly daunting.

West Burnside shooting injures woman

Portland Tribune - News
Central Precinct officers searched the area for the suspect, described as a thin African-American man in his 20s.

New Meyer grant aims to boost Oregon school…

Portland Tribune - News
Meyer Memorial Trust awards $113,000 grant to Portland State University's Project LEAD (Leadership for Equity and Diversity).

School in chaos: 'zero consequences' at Trillium is…

Portland Tribune - News
Parents, staff and students describe an unsafe school culture where academics suffer; some fifth graders even struggle to read.

Beaverton man dies in crash

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Carl E. Matthews, 65, was the only one involved in the Thursday, Jan. 11 crash.

Speed limits expected to drop on residential streets

Portland Tribune - News
City Council to consider lowering speed limit from 25 to 20 miles per hour on Wednesday as part of Vision Zero Action Plan.

Is the city trying to soak houseboat residents?

Portland Tribune - News
Floating home residents say the Bureau of Environmental Services is trying to tax the rain

Both North Portland oil recyclers rack up PCB…

Portland Tribune - News
DEQ orders PCB cleanup at EcoLube Recovery facility near Portland Expo Center

Public celebration of Vera Katz's life set for Jan.…

Portland Tribune - News
Event will be held a the Portland Art Museum in recognition of the former mayor's support of the arts.

Refinery stench lingers, despite new pollution…

Portland Tribune - News
New thermal oxidizers ordered by DEQ didn't halt complaints about plant, as foul odors still waft into Portland Expo Center across the street.

Loretta Smith gets another apology from Deborah…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah Chair apologizes to Commissioner in person at public board meeting for epithet

ICE raids Oregon 7-Eleven stores, but makes no…

Gresham Outlook - News
Four stores in Portland were visited by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers on Jan. 10.

The Windward reveals pricing info

Lake Oswego Review - News
Downtown Lake Oswego apartments will be available in studio and 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom configurations and rent for $1,648-$6,917 a month

Stolen vehicle driver arrested after police pursuit…

Clackamas Review - News
Chase starting in Oregon City goes through Gladstone before ending in Oak Grove

Wells Fargo in Raleigh Hills robbed at knifepoint

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The suspect fled with an undisclosed amount of money, according to the Sheriff's Office.

Impact of federal tax plan on Oregon still uncertain

Portland Tribune - News
State economists are unsure how changes in federal corporate tax provisions will affect revenues coming to the state.

Without language, babies find healing in music

Portland Tribune - News
Music therapy programs are limited but growing as scientific research proves their benefits to the youngest of listeners.

Needle pricks Gresham girl riding MAX, family says

Gresham Outlook - News
Elizabeth and Brian Higby rush to hospital after incident on TriMet Green Line train on Jan. 9.

Records shed new light on case of ousted Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Changing stories, graphic texts mark case of cop who was charged, forced out for sex on duty.

Justice Landau issues his final 'verdict': retired

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Supreme Court judge from Portland steps down at the end of last year but will continue working part time.

Sources Say: Not filing for city races didn't limit…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, women likely to dominate Portland government in 2019, with a majority on the City Council and in the City Auditor's Office.

City plans to repave, reconfigure SW Naito

Portland Tribune - News
Open house on the major street project is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 10 in downtown Portland.

Could Vanport Flood happen again?

Portland Tribune - News
State study shows just how vulnerable we are if any Columbia River flood-control levees fail

OCPD: Suspect shoots at deputy in Oregon City…

Clackamas Review - News
Previously convicted felon James Randall Paquin, 31, was arrested after he allegedly shot at the deputy

Oregon's state animal gets a break

Portland Tribune - News
Environmental groups win promise by federal wildlife-killing agency to stop slaughtering beavers and other beneficial species.

Former Buckman Elementary principal sues PPS after…

Portland Tribune - News
Robin Morrison formerly of Buckman Elementary School goes on year four of wanting to continue as a district employee despite not having done work for…

Bill would remove State Board of Education member

Portland Tribune - News
A bill by Rep. Margaret Doherty, D-Tigard, would effectively remove Kim Sordyl, Secretary of State Dennis Richardson's designee as non-voting member…

Initiative petition rules suspended amid lawsuit

Portland Tribune - News
Secretary of State Dennis Richardson said he will hold off implementing rule changes that allow petitioners to collect signatures before a…

Guns, PERS among Brown's priorities

Portland Tribune - News
The governor has released five proposals ahead of next month's short session of the Oregon Legislature.

Portland council asks US Attorney to defend cannabis

Portland Tribune - News
City leaders join a chorus of West Coast politicians who have said they do not want the federal government to renew the War on Drugs.

Oregon still attracting more newcomers than most…

Portland Tribune - News
Recent surveys agree on tpopulation and housing cost trends but differ on details.

Student sues Lake Oswego School District over fall…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Taylor Rockwood fractured her back in January 2016 incident; now she and her parents are seeking $1.7 million

CITY INSPECTIONS OF OIL RECYCLERS REVEAL SHAKY…

Portland Tribune - News
Fire and safety violations plague ORRCO and EcoLube Recovery oil refineries in North Portland.

Deborah Kafoury, Loretta Smith try to mend fences

Portland Tribune - News
County Chair and Commissioner meet privately following Kafoury's public use of the 'b-word'

Adrienne Nelson: Following her oath

Gresham Outlook - News
Governor Kate Brown names Judge Adrienne Nelson to Oregon Supreme Court in Salem.

As rents rise, city seeks ways to save arts scene

Portland Tribune - News
Council to consider creative solutions that won't include new public funding during Tuesday work session.

Interest groups respond to 'cap and invest' bill

Portland Tribune - News
The first draft of a bill that would put a price on carbon emissions and invest in projects to reduce the release of greenhouse gases into the…

Gresham rapist gets 25 years

Gresham Outlook - News
Survivor of 2016 rape has chance to address attacker Orion Storm Mears in court.

That Multnomah Falls selfie could cost $300

Gresham Outlook - News
U.S. Forest Service says fines being imposed for violations at famous waterfall Multnomah Falls.

Gresham police look for missing teen

Gresham Outlook - News
Harmony Martz, 16, has been missing since Friday, Jan. 5, and could be in Gresham or Portland

Fernhill Park shooting leaves one man dead

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police said 25-year-old Cody Oller died of a gunshot wound in the area of Northeast 37th Avenue at about 9:32 p.m., Jan. 8, after reports of…

OSU begins vaccinations to stop spread of…

Portland Tribune - News
Corvallis students 25 and younger would have be be vaccinated against meningococcal B by Feb. 15. The requirement came after a sixth OSU…

Teen seriously injured in SE Main St. apartment fire

Portland Tribune - News
Six children and 17 adults were displaced by the fire. American Red Cross volunteers provided help to the residents.

NEWS BRIEFS: Rockwood resident's eviction delayed

Gresham Outlook - News
More Local News: Play equipment moves to Baptist church on Burnside Street in Rockwood.

City Hall Update: Gang violence down for second year

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Portland Housing Bureau keeps better tab on investments and new sale requirement on homes took effect on Jan. 1.

Committee to tour state, seek answers to Oregon's…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Sens. Boquist and Hass, both of Washington County, will take part in year-long effort patterned after successful transportation effort of 2016-17.

Volunteers needed for native-planting events

Clackamas Review - Features
North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District is offering three work parties in January and February

New 350 Clackamas County group takes on climate…

Clackamas Review - News
Joining as an early member of the local 350 group was Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba, who last month traveled to Chicago's North American Climate Summit

Want to meet Clackamas Community College's next…

Clackamas Review - News
Board of Education has announced the finalists in the college's president search

Clackamas youth center leader relates to kids'…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Drop Manager Maria Hermsen offers 'bridge' for youth dealing with mental health, addiction issues

Wilsonville man killed in roadside accident

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Alcohol considered to a be a factor in crash that killed a man standing in emergency shoulder

Wagner, Black, Wysham chosen as SD19 nominees

Lake Oswego Review - News
Final appointee will serve out the remainder of State Sen. Richard Devlin's term

Gresham residents sue Human Solutions for high…

Gresham Outlook - News
Home Forward, Willow Tree Apartments named in lawsuit by tenants Robert Nicholson and Dianne Heber.

Portland Loo back on City Council agenda

Portland Tribune - News
Lawsuit settlement clears way for city to resume funding public toilets from other sources.

Two firefighters injured in one of two SE Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Both firefighters suffered minor injuries after a portion of a burning home their were searching collapsed on them.

Former PPS head details allegations against new…

Portland Tribune - News
Former interim superintendent and business manager for Portland Public Schools, Yousef Awwad, lays out his case in an 11-page letter to the district.

It's unclear how state could block pot prosecutions

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon officials say they'll fight to protect state-regulated cannabis businesses from federal prosecution, but offer no strategies.

Our Oregon challenges new initiative petition rules

Portland Tribune - News
The complaint filed Thursday in Marion County Circuit Court alleges the changes by Secretary of State Dennis Richardson violate state law and the…

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