Fish says cancer diagnosis 'biggest challenge I have ever…

Portland Tribune - News
City Commissioner being treated through OHSU for adenocarcinoma after months of abdominal pain and weight loss.

Legacy says recalled eclipse glasses distributed at events

Portland Tribune - News
Online giant Amazon said Aug. 12 that hundreds of eclipse glasses sold by a handful of companies may be unsafe and may not meet ISO certification for…

Overlook neighborhood sinks into turmoil over Hazelnut Grove

Portland Tribune - News
Controversial bylaw excluding homeless abandoned, but neighborhood leader not optimistic about Good Neighborhood Agreement.

18 caught in 4 hours driving, using phones on Oregon City…

Clackamas Review - News
Police safety operation between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Aug. 16 at the intersection of Seventh and John Adams streets

Police chase ends in crash, arrest, one escapee

The Times - News
Tigard K-9 unit assists; people are asked to help but not to approach fugitive.

Wheeler letter blasting former chief O'Dea is largely…

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler's necent notice to Larry O'Dea that he committed a firing offense won't impact ex-chief's retirement

Lake Oswego lender to pay $192 million to defrauded former…

Portland Tribune - News
Aequitas Capital reached the settlement with several state attorneys general, including Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum.

Area nonprofits, Multnomah County library work to help…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland-area library workers handed out 20,000 pairs of eclipse glasses over 11 days.

City to get control of Powell, eventually

Portland Tribune - News
Shift intended to improve safety, amenities along heavily used Oregon highway in Southeast Portland, but deatails remain to be worked out

Loretta Smith eyes next run for office

Portland Tribune - News
Tax issue resolved, Multnomah County Commissioner reflects on her career and ponders her future
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Who makes Portland better? City asks for Spirit Award…

Portland Tribune - News
33rd annual event will celebrate local leaders and organizers who have helped make the city better.

Eclipse tips for those staying close to home

Portland Tribune - News
The view in Portland will still be spectacular, just plan ahead and know where you want to go

Sources Say: Buehler's run brings out the knives

Portland Tribune - News
Also, another racist killing happens before TriMet finalzes memorial plans and former Deputy Police Chief Kevin Modica has a new gig

Police seeking fugitive who fled after auto chase

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Suspect from Washington State's most wanted list approached at Baldock Rest Area south of Wilsonville

Mounted patrol rides into history

Portland Tribune - News
The City Council's decision to discontinue the patrol surprised many. The unit had been moved out of its former home at Centennial Mills two years…

Gov. Kate Brown taps Pat Allen to take over troubled state…

Portland Tribune - News
Allen will succeed ousted director Lynne Saxton until a permanent director is found

Washington County board goes back to Plan A for winery…

Portland Tribune - News
Plan will drop added conditions for outright permitted uses such as tastings; industry will withdraw challenge pending with state board.

Deckert will seek Washington County board leadership

Portland Tribune - News
Former state legislator and business association president is fourth to seek position being vacated by Andy Duyck in 2018.

Advice to eclipse watchers: Just enjoy it

Portland Tribune - News
If skies are clear on the morning of Aug. 21, eclipse watchers within the path of totality should see almost two full minutes of darkness as the moon…

Sen. Monnes Anderson likely to leave seat in 2020

Gresham Outlook - News
Retirement planned by state senator Laurie Monnes Anderson after next three sessions.

Two years later, Oregon Health Authority director is out

Portland Tribune - News
Brown asks Saxton to resign after years of controversy and Portland Tribune article on secret smear plan

Governor spares SW Capitol Highway project in veto trifecta

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown reversed her plan to veto the project after outcry from the state's congressional delegation, bicyclists and others. She still vetoed…

Permanent supportive housing in the works

Portland Tribune - News
Homeless advocates working to make sure affordable housing bond helps fund units with social services

Unemployment rate hovers near record low

Business Tribune - News
During the past 12 months, Oregon has added about 56,200 jobs. Construction led the way with the highest job gain in the past year, according to…

Profiles: Learn more about the finalists in House District…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Salinas, Kohlhoff, Buck and Simon will vie for the seat vacated by former state Rep. Ann Lininger

APES pollution control still up in the air

Portland Tribune - News
Oil recyling refinery still hasn't installed anti-smog devices, facing fines by Oregon's Department of Environmental Quality.

Police chase results in two arrests

Gresham Outlook - News
East Portland Police officers say incidents that lead to two arrests are unrelated.

Wyden gives recognition to Holocaust survivors

Portland Tribune - News
Les and Eva Aigner have lived in Portland almost 60 years after surviving Nazi Germany execution of 6 million Jews during WW II.

City Hall Watch: Police shooting interview rule still in…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the Safari Showcase strip club will be replaced with affordable housing and the City Council tentativelly approves a controversial Southwest…

Body armor on the way for Lake Oswego Police Department's…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Officers Chase and Szemi will both recieve bullet- and stab-resistant vests from national nonprofit

Advocates demonstrate for protections of undocumented youth

Portland Tribune - News
Salem was a stop on a West Coast tour to advocate for maintaining protections for undocumented immigrants who were taken to the United States as…

OMSI educator beams over eclipse opportunity

The Times - News
Jim Todd spoke to Tigard Rotarians at their meeting last week about the upcoming event.

Hundreds rally at City Hall to protest Virginia violence

Portland Tribune - News
Use of Nazi flags, violence and racist speeches in Charlottesville on Saturday draw response in Portland.

Inmate found dead in Multnomah County Detention Center

Portland Tribune - News
Name of inmate and cause of death not immediately released, although sheriff's office says no sign of foul play

Two arrested, two guns seized by Gang Enforcement Team

Portland Tribune - News
Saturday night chase results in seperate arrests and gun seizures in East Portland

Police seeking missing 61-year-old man

Portland Tribune - News
Alfonso Rodriguez-Ramirez was last seen in Oregon City but is know to visit Portland

Pan Africa festival helps people remember their roots

Portland Tribune - News
New festival draws large crowd to Pioneer Courthouse Square to celebrate those of African descent.

Overlook Neighborhood Association looks to exclude homeless…

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: City threatens to cease recognizing association if they vote to enact bylaws that would prevent homeless from being members. Meeting location…

Shot fired during rap concert at Crystal Ballroom

Portland Tribune - News
There were no injuries. Following an argument and gunshot, the suspect left the downtown concert venue.

Landlords appeal ruling upholding Portland tenant…

Portland Tribune - News
Appeal filed after majority of City Council indictes it will not only renew but expand the protections later this year

Stabbing investigation underway in Gresham

Gresham Outlook - News
The man who was stabbed is in the hospital with what appears to be non-life threatening injuries.

Portland Public Schools announces new…

Portland Tribune - News
The school board on Friday offered top district job to Guadalupe Guerrero, a San Francisco schools administrator

Cigarette butt sparks home fire in Troutdale

Gresham Outlook - News
Smoke alarm alerts mother and children to blaze on vinyl siding in Troutdale home fire.

Blumenauer urges Brown to not veto SW Capitol…

Portland Tribune - News
Congressman says governor is wrong to suggest the safety improvements have not been carefully studied and approved by transportation experts

Health care, North Korea dominate topics at Wyden…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat speaks at the final of eight meetings in current round, this one at Camp Withycombe in Clackamas.

Consultant named to look at Clackamas County…

Portland Tribune - News
Sheriff sought review, and commissioners choose firm, after a now-retired detective pleaded guilty for failure to investigate cases.

Policing forum thanks Marshman, welcomes Outlaw

Portland Tribune - News
Community gathering praises outgoing Portland police chief for his leadership, looks forward to working with his replacement in the near future

City looks to Dignity Village as potential model…

Portland Tribune - News
Hazelnut Grove continues to operate on city land without a contract. City wants neighborhood and village to create a Good Neighborhood Agreement.

Children's diabetes camp sues Bank of America after…

Portland Tribune - News
Foundation claims the bank cashed $480,000 in unendorsed checks from alleged embezzler at Gales Creek Camp nonprofit.

Airbnb lobbying Portland to end city inspections of…

Portland Tribune - News
Bay area company wants to deregulate industry and allow listing companies to handle registration of new hosts

Victims find views of felons evolving

Portland Tribune - News
Giving felons a second chance clashes with the need to ensure safety, creating conflicts that are hard to resolve

Neighbors want electric buses for Division Transit…

Portland Tribune - News
TriMet says no product currently fits the bill for project and still hesitant about making larger committments to all-electric fleet pending more…

Campfires restricted, off-roading banned in Mt.…

Gresham Outlook - News
U.S. Forest Service restricts fires to grills, stoves and fire rings in developed campsites.

Filling a nautical niche in Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Review - News
yNaut Charters says it will cater to water enthusiasts up and down the Willamette who always wished they had 'friends with a big boat'

Two arrested in death of Portland man who…

Portland Tribune - News
Detectives believe they are linked to the disappearance of Daniel Cohen, who has not been seen by his family since early April. His body was…

Gladstone councilor Linda Neace takes heat over…

Clackamas Review - News
Linda Neace defends her business, City Council track record over library lawsuit, decision to pass over Frank Hernandez

City pushes to tear down 'zombie home' in Lents

Portland Tribune - News
Owner Fannie Mae says property approved for demolition but no permit sought yet

Self-storage building generates debate

Portland Tribune - News
Oak Grove neighbors argue it will add to traffic congestion, but applicant says it will generate less than previous or current use.

Sources Say: Fish, Saltzman water votes put city's…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the week from you-know-where and overlooking former Mayor Bud Clark's role in the Oregon Convention Center

Nonprofit celebration set for Aug. 13 at North…

Clackamas Review - News
Nonprofit Awareness Day Celebration is from 2 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13, at North Clackamas Park, 5440 S.E. Lake Road, Milwaukie

TriMet approves maximum lifetime exclusions

Portland Tribune - News
Regional transit agency moves against those who pose a serious threat to TriMet employees and passengers, with an appeals process

Why hasn't Portland Public Schools fired this man?

Portland Tribune - News
Four months after putting him on paid leave, the Portland School Board voted to renew Andrew Oshea's contract, until June 2018. He then spent a total…

Centennial renames school Patrick Lynch Elementary,…

Gresham Outlook - News
Board concerned about the violent and racial connotations of the word 'lynch' in school names.

Don't Shoot Portland activitst seeks $500,000 from…

Portland Tribune - News
Teressa Raiford says police singled her out for arrest during the rally even though she only stepped into the street to avoid a crowded sidewalk. One…

Police unit removes explosive devices from SE…

Portland Tribune - News
The devices were discovered at about 4 p.m., Aug. 9, in the parking lot of Whistle Stop Trains, 11724 S.E. Division St., which sells model trains.…

Nora the polar bear cub hits the road in September

Portland Tribune - News
In Utah, Nora's caregivers plan to introduce her to Hope, who is moving from the Toledo Zoo and is about the same age.

Wyden: Public outcry helped turn back health care…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat says next steps are drug prices, individual insurance coverage; also, leaders must cool rhetoric on North Korea.

New ONI director aims to bring back stability

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioner Chloe Eudaly taps Suk Rhee to lead troubled city agency. Rhee hopes to expand the way Portland neighbors engage.

It's official: You have to be 21 to buy tobacco

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown signed legislation on Wednesday to raise the age to buy tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21.

Portland to buy strip club for affordable housing

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland Housing Bureau hasn't settled on a design for the units it wants to build on the site. In the interim, the bureau's director says he's…

Smoky haze gets in our eyes for a few more days

Portland Tribune - News
Dozens of wildfires burning in the Pacific Northwest, including two dozen in British Columbia and several in Central Oregon, are continuing to send…

GOP calls for special session on health care

Portland Tribune - News
The Legislature approved assorted revenues earlier this year to fund the state's Medicaid program.

Sessions has 'serious questions' about Oregon's pot…

Portland Tribune - News
In a letter to Gov. Kate Brown, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions reiterated DOJ's authority to enforce federal marijuana laws.

City OKs filtration of region's water

Portland Tribune - News
Plant could solve a lot of problems, although it will cost up to $500 million and raise water rates over $18 a month by 2030

Multnomah County issues burn ban

Gresham Outlook - News
Barbecues OK, Fire Board rules, but all other burn permits have been canceled.

Bon Odori dances honor ancestors

Portland Tribune - News
Obon Festival celebrates Japanese tradition, while also honoring lives lost during atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 72 years ago.

BRANDED FOR LIFE

Portland Tribune - News
As a society, do we really believe that felons deserve another chance, and, if so, what should be do about it?

President says disaster funds could help Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Trump administration at first declined to provide funding after the state asked for help in March. Gov. Kate Brown's June appeal shook some FEMA…

Oregon Health Authority Director Lynne Saxton…

Portland Tribune - News
Plan supported by Saxton to influence Legislature by planting negative news about local nonprofit leads to her sudden resignation.

Metro dumps waste-to-energy plan

Portland Tribune - News
Council backs staff recommendation that cost outweighs benefits, but members say distant landfills for garbage are 'abhorrent'

Closed Montavilla meeting on homelessness reset…

Portland Tribune - News
Neighborhood association board scolded for planning 'private' town hall. Office of Neighborhood Involvement urges transparency.

Capitol basement cafeteria could get new vendor…

Portland Tribune - News
Legislative Administration is putting the operation of the cafeteria in the basement of the Oregon Capitol up for a competitive bid.

City Hall Watch: Gang violence up slightly in July

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Portland Parks & Recreation closes pools on hottest day of year and North Portland development project announced

Missing man found dead along I-84

Gresham Outlook - News
Body of 20-year-old Warm Springs resident Jacob Berry recovered near Corbett.

CRIME BRIEFS: Hit-and-run victim still in hospital

Gresham Outlook - News
What's Inside? Multiple injuries reported after Glenfair neighborhood shooting in Portland.

Artists take center stage at Oregon City Festival…

Clackamas Review - News
Three Rivers Artist Guild offers two days of art and music 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 12 and 13

Burning, firefighter training at former Blue Heron…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Fire to conduct training exercise last week of August through the first week of September

Mayor Lori Chavez-DeRemer may take on Rep. Knute…

Clackamas Review - News
As she engages with Oregonians statewide, Happy Valley mayor feels momentum building for a race to unseat Gov. Kate Brown

Man dies after Sunday shooting in Gresham park

Gresham Outlook - News
Police said the shooting happened at Pat Pfeifer Park near Northeast 176th Avenue and Davis Street.

Portland's new police chief, Danielle Outlaw,…

Portland Tribune - News
Oakland deputy chief just 41, but is 'ready' to be chief in Portland, lawyer says

Victim in MAX crash identfied

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police says 69-year-old driver was only occupant of car hit by train Sunday afternoon in Northeast Portland

Three arrested during Sunday's clashing rallies

Portland Tribune - News
The arrests came as a few hundred people gathered in two groups in the park, one for a Patriot Prayer 'March for Freedom,' and a counter-protest…

Fireworks may be to blame for Fairview home blaze

Gresham Outlook - News
Manufactured home in Fairview destroyed by fire on Tuesday, Fire Marshal reports.

Driver killed, passenger injured in East Multnomah…

Portland Tribune - News
Investigators say speed and alcohol likely contributed to early Sunday morning single vehicle crash.

SE Portland strip club eyed for affordable housing

Portland Tribune - News
City Council will consider buying property at 3000 S.E. Powell Blvd. on Wednesday for $3.72 million

Tour Gresham's historic buildings online

Gresham Outlook - News
City of Gresham completes new and improved list of historic places to help preserve history.

Morrison Bridge reopens to traffic

Portland Tribune - News
Closure to replace failed decking increased traffic on other Willamette River bridges for the past two weeks

firefighters battled large commercial blaze…

Portland Tribune - News
Fire in a recycling pile at Schnitzher Steel required a second alarm and water from the Willamette River to extinguish

Wyden defends support of Israel boycott proposal:…

Portland Tribune - News
'As we have read the bill, it means that anybody in this audience can boycott Israeli products or say they intend to boycott Israeli products. The…

Driver hits man on sidewalk, flees scene

Gresham Outlook - News
Pedestrian in local hospital with serious injuries after being struck Tuesday, Aug. 1

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