Women's March challenges Right to Life rally in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
The protesters gathered downtown Saturday, Jan. 19 in opposition to gendered oppression.

Police arrest suspect in 2009 murder of Nancy Bergeson

Portland Tribune - News
The prominent Portland defense attorney was found dead of homicide in her Hayhurst home in 2009.

Oregon lawmakers find Trump at fault for federal shutdown

Portland Tribune - News
Reps. Suzanne Bonamici, Earl Blumenauer and Sen. Ron Wyden blast president at Oregon Food Bank.

3 stabbed during 'dispute over property' in Maywood Park

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office respond, leading to arrest of Xaire Johnson.

Washington officials declare public health emergency

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Nineteen cases of measles confirmed, most in children. Infected people attended Jan. 11 Trail Blazers game.

Police arrest alleged squatter in Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Review - News
With the help of a Tigard K9, officers find Erich Jae Wonderling hiding in a bedroom of a vacant house

ODOT Director Garrett will retire in June

Portland Tribune - News
His departure is the first significant administrative change of Gov. Kate Brown's new term.

Unions push Democrats to support 'bold' pro-worker agenda

Portland Tribune - News
Labor leaders want action from lawmakers as unions face challenges from court rulings, dwindling membership

Police investigate threat at Lane Middle School

Portland Tribune - News
The incident occurred Jan. 9 and Portland Public Schools assured parents that no weapon was found and any threat 'removed.'

Data maps reveal Oregon teen sex trends

Portland Tribune - News
Rural youth report more sexual violence, earlier intercourse according to Oregon Health Authority.

One dead, one wounded in NE Portland shooting

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Suspect, victims in Thursday afternoon shootings identified by police.

Parks district to push for affordable housing

Portland Tribune - News
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation has included affordable housing among its legislative priorities.

Milwaukie: Driver ditches handgun during cops' pursuit

Clackamas Review - News
After crashing, Daniel Schniedewind arrested and charged with reckless driving, heroin possession

Gary Schmidt named new Clackamas County administrator

Clackamas Review - News
Lifelong local resident will officially begin his new role Feb. 25; State of the County luncheon set for Feb. 13

Metro invests $150,000 in car-sharing technology test

Portland Tribune - News
Metro seeking applications for public-private projects that test new transportation services

Beaverton police accuse man of '20 or more' burglaries

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Police allege that Timothy Vandehey targeted storage units, apartment garages and construction sites

Man sparks fires at 'adult entertainment' club, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Suspected arsonist is know to ride a bike and frequent the area near 6210 N.E. Columbia Boulevard.

Wheeler supports rent control, infill growth plan

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor talks about a wide range of issues during his monthly press conference on Thursday, including scheduling a work session on the FBI Portland…

Project will mean closures on Beef Bend Road

Regal Courier - News
Motorists should expect delays during the work, which will run Feb. 4 though March 5.

Multnomah County readers hit record for digital library…

Portland Tribune - News
The top title readers borrowed through OverDrive in 2018 was 'Astrophysics for People in a Hurry' by Neil DeGrasse Tyson.

Rose Festival gives Meals on Wheels People a lift

Portland Tribune - News
The group will get special places in events, including appearances in the Starlight Parade and the Grand Floral Parade.

Mercy Corps' Dan O'Neill to retire

Portland Tribune - News
In 1979, O'Neill worked with the late Ellsworth Culver and other humanitarians to create Mercy Corps.

Murdock Trust grants fund local projects, programs

Portland Tribune - News
The Vancouver group reported Jan. 17 that it gave $11 million to 48 projects throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Sources: PPS audit inspires unusual alliance

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Merkley struggles for recognition and I-5 tolling is tied to the controversial Rose Quarter project.

Baseball project announces 'charter' investors

Portland Tribune - News
Backers commit to bringing Major League Baseball team to Portland, including building stadium in Northwest Port.land.

Lake Oswego school administrator in charge of bond projects…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Randy Miller's sudden departure comes as work begins to ramp up at schools across the district

Ross Island Sand & Gravel closes concrete division

Business Tribune - News
A long-term business decision for Ross Island Sand & Gravel was announced Jan. 15 at a meeting of the Teamsters Local 162.

PPS stalls on spending to improve school safety

Portland Tribune - News
Security projects still in limbo two years after voters approved $5 million for safety upgrades.

Suspects identified in fatal nightclub shooting

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: East Precinct officers investigating the shooting said two men got into a confrontation with the security guard and one man was shot.

Diversity boosts Portland's economy

Business Tribune - News
Three leaders in the Portland business community discuss issues faced by minority businesses at January's PBA breakfast forum.

Hardesty to City Hall protesters: Check your behavior

Portland Tribune - News
The first African-American woman on the council accuses a small group of white men of using their 'priviledge' to repeatedly disrupt the proceedings.

Back taxes threaten to bury Bend Bulletin owners

Portland Tribune - News
Western Communications emerged from bankruptcy in 2012, but employees seeing furloughs, layoffs.

Women speak out against deputy

Portland Tribune - News
Dwight Richey investigation leads to coercion plea but reveals history of aggressive behavior.

Brown: 'Together we can build a better Oregon'

Portland Tribune - News
Governor urges lawmakers to find solutions to tough issues of homelessness and climate change

MLK Weekend of Service: Volunteers still welcome

Portland Tribune - News
The 12th annual community-based weekend is coordinated by the United Way of the Columbia-Willamette and Hands On Greater Portland.

E-scooter sequel returning to Portland streets this spring

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Bureau of Transportation says the test drive will last one year and will gather feedback.

Kotek says schools, housing among her top priorities

Lake Oswego Review - News
House Speaker tells Willamette Women Democrats that Oregon will be a 'beacon of hope'

Man dies after jumping off Burnside Bridge

Portland Tribune - News
Police responded to reports that a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle near Burnside Bridge.

Man arrested for false missing child report, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Anthony Bibeau was arrested for reporting son missing after Portland police found the son safe.

City Hall Update: Bike path approved for N. Greeley

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the agenda of the City Council for the 2019 Oregon Legislature is posted online, and so is the South Reach inventory.

Risks remain at PPS schools after millions In…

Portland Tribune - News
Seismologists have been pushing policy makers to take steps to prepare the region for a massive earthquake expected to hit the state at some point in…

Harassment claims cast pall over Legislature's…

Portland Tribune - News
House Speaker Kote tells lawmakers: 'The problem of poor Capitol culture starts with us.'

City, county to help pay for homeless navigation…

Portland Tribune - News
The Joint Office of Homeless Services will contribute $1 million to the operation of the facility, which is costing more and taking longer to open…

New call center another tool in state child abuse…

Portland Tribune - News
Child welfare organizations recommended that Oregon adopt a statewide hotline to deal with inconsistencies in how reports are handled

Gorge group: Hike responsibly during federal…

Portland Tribune - News
Gorge visitors asked to lend hands, use extra caution and come more prepared while recreating

Eastside Distilling, Craft Canning merge in $5…

Business Tribune - News
The Jan. 14 merger will combine operations with Eastside's Mother Lode co-packing subsidiary.

Oregon City leader to step down at end of school…

Clackamas Review - News
OCHS Principal Tom Lovell said it was a difficult decision to announce his retirement from full-time work in education after 32 years

Police seek info on suspect in 'numerous' bank…

Portland Tribune - News
Washington County and Beaverton Police, as well as Portland Police and the FBI are investigating.

Search suspended for Bethany teen missing after…

Portland Tribune - News
Coast Guard and others search by helicopter, boat for Riley Salisbury on Columbia River.

U.S Census needs you -- for American Housing Survey

Clackamas Review - News
90 locals in tricounty Metro area to be hired to help develop key funding statistics

Three weeks into shutdown, state government…

Portland Tribune - News
Deep impacts could mean future funding for welfare programs and some state agencies is uncertain

Campaign finance reform challenge on City Council…

Portland Tribune - News
Legality of Portland voter-approved measure to be determined by ordinance before council on Wednesday.

Multnomah County: Legal weed didn't increase teen…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County epidemiologist Julia Dilley found a drop in teenage marijuana use in Washington.

Man shot at Northeast Portland motel

Portland Tribune - News
Victim of Sunday morning shooting is not immediately identified but is expected to survive.

ODOT rejects I-5 Rose Quarter project comment…

Portland Tribune - News
Release of the Environmental Assessment is pushed back until late February, but public comment will still only be allowed for 30 days.

Scappoose cyclist dies after crash in Multnomah…

Portland Tribune - News
Scott Graser, a Scappoose resident, was killed while riding his bike in Multnomah County.

Lake Oswego Junior High principal arrested for DUII

Lake Oswego Review - News
Police stopped Kevin Mills at around 10:15 p.m. Friday on Debok Road in West Linn, officials say

UPDATE: Man fatally stabs mother, then kills…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
David Jaymes Gellings stabbed his mother, Lisa Marie Gellings, inside their Aloha home on Jan. 11

Kate Brown's husband cleans up trash, sends bill to…

Portland Tribune - News
After trip to Mt. Hood Sno-Park, Dan Little sends bill for $28 to President Donald Trump

Decades later, Courtney rolls out another DUI…

Portland Tribune - News
Senate President wants to lower blood alcohol content to .05, but he might have a tough fight on his hands.

15 to 30 homes being built per month in South…

Portland Tribune - News
Homebuilding is underway near Cornelius Pass Road. The first residents are expected by this summer.

2 inmates from Multnomah County die in state custody

Portland Tribune - News
William Heyser, a cab driver, was convicted of manslaughter after killing his cousin with shotgun.

Man hospitalized after assault reported in NW…

Portland Tribune - News
Central Precinct officers responded to Northwest 16th Avenue following an 'assault' on Jan. 11

Burdick: Funding stadium with baseball salaries a…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon House Majority Leader Ginny Burdick confirms she will ask the 2019 Oregon Legislature to repeal a MLB stadium funding source she voted for.

Sex trafficking taskforces on alert in 12 Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
The state Department of Justice, led by Ellen Rosenblum, works with local officials to stop crimes.

Legislative leaders hope to settle BOLI harassment…

Portland Tribune - News
A mediator could host meetings as lawmakers get a headstart on workplace reforms to head off future problems

State law shields some doctors from scrutiny

Portland Tribune - News
Legislators put little teeth into a 2018 law that requires doctors to register for a program that monitors drug prescriptions

ODVA increases home loan limits

Gresham Outlook - News
ODVA will accept loan applications up to $484,350, an increase of $31,250 from 2018.

Mountain bikes at Lake Oswego park? Some residents…

Portland Tribune - News
Lake Oswego Parks Board to tour Farr Property and discuss future of trails, bike park at meeting.

Clogged sewer line spills into Southwest Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
The unnamed creek in Dickinson Park & Woods will be unsafe for 72 hours, says Environmental Services

Man attacking firehouse windows with axe let out of…

Portland Tribune - News
Joseph Coffin spent less than a day behind bars. He is currently on supervision for rape, sodomy.

Welches man arrested for attempted murder in…

Sandy Post - News
William Joseph Bouley held without bail in Jan. 9 incident at residence in E. Twinberry Loop

Feds: Freeway tolls 'very likely' to be approved

Portland Tribune - News
The Federal Highway Administration responds to the request to toll parts of I-5 and I-205 in the Portland area.

State oversight of care lags under Oregon Health…

Portland Tribune - News
Enforcement manager cited 'complete lack of accountability' for firms managing low-income care.

Portland officials: New earthquake signs not a lien

Portland Tribune - News
Bureau of Development Services pushes back after City Hall protesters slam unreinforced masonry rule

Sources: Unexpected resignations shake up City Hall

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the Fire Chief is just one of many bureau heads to leave and Merkley waffles on running for president.

Player injured in off-season workouts sues UO,…

Portland Tribune - News
Jesuit grad Doug Brenner, an offensive lineman, seeks $11.5 million in damages for negligence.

Woman dies in NE Portland fire

Portland Tribune - News
Three other family members escaped from the burning building. Several pets also died in the fire.

Milwaukie van driver crashes into corrections work…

Clackamas Review - News
Multnomah County inmates injured; Joseph Anaya, 25, cited for careless driving

Man charged with threatening Wheeler over social…

Portland Tribune - News
The FBI Portland Joint Terrorism Task Force is credited with helping arrest former city resident in Montana.

Legislature: Baby on Board

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Oregon could become first state with universal home visits for families of all babies.

In unusual move, PPS criticizes Oregon audit before…

Portland Tribune - News
Their view of an audit could be boiled down to two words: old news. But the subtext and perhaps the urgency to get out ahead of the official release…

Man struck by car on SE Powell Blvd.

Portland Tribune - News
Police said the man was being treated for serious life-threatening injuries after Wednesday evening crash.

Audit: Oregon's education funds are not being spent…

Portland Tribune - News
PPS officials push back on Secretary of State's report with claims that things are slowly improving.

Activist says state audit 'vindicates' concerns…

Portland Tribune - News
'We wanted this audit so that we could seek accountability from our lawmakers, and the people that enable them to create policies that we feel…

Gresham man sentenced for swiping Amazon packages

Gresham Outlook - News
The 34-year-old former Amazon delivery man stole packages during 2017 holiday season

Portland police shot man who struggled with mental…

Portland Tribune - News
Gladen's family members say the shooting was avoidable. They describe him as a father of five who struggled with mental health problems but was not…

Sandy Mountain Festival seeks volunteer manager for…

Sandy Post - News
The Sandy Mountain Festival is searching for a volunteer front-stage manager, who will book acts and oversee the outdoor stage during the two-day…

Mount Hood snowpack below normal for second…

Sandy Post - News
Uptick later in season could help water supply, hydrologists remain optimistic

Charities to benefit from Auto Show preview party

Portland Tribune - News
Audi Beaverton is donating a new Audi A3 e-tron sportback that will be raffled off at the Jan. 23 fundraiser.

Intel plans expansion in Oregon, Ireland and Israel

Portland Tribune - News
Chipmaker to expand its fabrication plants in Oregon, Ireland and Israel as it expands beyond the PC

Dan Ryan leaving All Hands Raised after 11 years

Portland Tribune - News
The CEO of the student success and equity nonprofit for Multnomah County will leave in June.

Hardesty hits ground running

Portland Tribune - News
Council newcomer talks changes, priorities shortly after taking office, including her relationship with Wheeler.

City laying groundwork for Clean Energy Fund

Portland Tribune - News
Officials working closely with initiative organizers who got the measure passed.

UPDATE: Man shot to death by Portland police…

Portland Tribune - News
His family tells Oregon Public Broadcasting that he was legally blind and taking medication for bipolar disorder.

MacLaren takes STEPS to cool down young offenders

Portland Tribune - News
Under the old system, incarcerated youth would be locked away; a new process lets them gradually release their emotions.

Poop to Power won't include food scraps

Portland Tribune - News
City sewage plant loses money-making opportunity when Metro drops talks with Waste Management Inc.

City's infill plan faces legal challenge

Portland Tribune - News
Neighborhood group says council violated land use planning laws, City Attorney's Office denies it.

Gresham man sentenced for child sex and elder…

Gresham Outlook - News
Lucas Ebert receives 17 years in prison for string of incidents dating to 2005

City to spread gravel on 50 miles of unpaved streets

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Bureau of Transportation says Gravel Street Service repairs will take 3 years to complete

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