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Randy Leonard awarded Chief's Coin for saving life

Randy Leonard awarded Chief's Coin for saving life

Former Portland city commissioner honored in Lake Oswego for preventing a suicide Randy Leonard...

Highway 213 head-on collision sends two to OHSU

Highway 213 head-on collision sends two to OHSU

One driver was taken by LifeFlight helicopter and another was transported by ambulance to Oregon...

Councilor Jones files for re-election

Councilor Jones files for re-election

He cites ongoing infrastructure projects as a reason to run again City Councilor Mike Jones is...

UPDATED: Colton fire chief injured in crash

UPDATED: Colton fire chief injured in crash

Colton Fire Chief Richard Beaudoin sustained minor injuries in a two-vehicle accident on Highway...

Development Review Commission schedules Wizer Block deliberations for July 30

Development Review Commission schedules Wizer Block deliberations for July 30

After two nights of public comment, the panel is set to decide on controversial project...

Boring honors Dull with annual party Aug. 9

Boring honors Dull with annual party Aug. 9

Boring will again honor its state-recognized pairing with Dull, Scotland, with a community social...

Arab-American group cancels yearly festival in light of Gaza conflict

Arab-American group cancels yearly festival in light of Gaza conflict

The Arab American Cultural Center of Oregon has canceled its annual festival at Portland...

Vietnam veteran surprised by Purple Heart

Vietnam veteran surprised by Purple Heart

-  Boring resident receives second highest military honor 47 years later It’s been said...

Rebound Avenue

Rebound Avenue

Recession-slammed 50th and Division finds new economic life When Betre “Peter” Tesfu...

Parking app drives into city's garages

Parking app drives into city's garages

Technology helps drivers find cheapest spot for their vehicles Next time you’re planning on...

Much remains unknown about missing Dundee woman

Much remains unknown about missing Dundee woman

Police discuss case of Jennifer Huston at Monday press conference, asking for community's help ...

Local archive to carry on Atiyeh's legacy

Local archive to carry on Atiyeh's legacy

Pacific University exhibit of late governor's artifacts goes online Since the death of former...

SMOKED OUT

SMOKED OUT

Exciting 4-H Wagon Train ends early due to wildfires Sweeping prairie views vanished in a smoky...

Dairy women say Aging fiberglass bovine has  'a lot of miles on her'

Dairy women say Aging fiberglass bovine has 'a lot of miles on her'

n With county fair looming, folks share memories of Betsy the cow It’s county fair time....

LO's Elisha Joyce wins $60,000 on 'Food Fighters'

LO's Elisha Joyce wins $60,000 on 'Food Fighters'

Lake Oswego’s “Food Fighter,” Elisha Joyce, took home $60,000 from the televised...

Margaret Carter's family values

Margaret Carter's family values

First black woman in Oregon's Legislature returns to private life When Margaret Carter retired...

Historian visits Lincoln exhibit at OHS

Historian visits Lincoln exhibit at OHS

Doris Kearns Goodwin: 'This stuff is amazing' With six books and countless appearances to her...

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Waterfront Blues Festival

The festival began in 1987 as the Rose City Blues Festival – a concert to support the homeless, sponsored by the Cascade Blues Association. Performers included John Lee Hooker, the Paul deLay Band, Curtis Salgado, Norman Sylvester Blues Band and Lloyd Jones Struggle.


Festival of Balloons in Tigard

The Festival of Balloons is a non-profit organization raising funds for many non-profit groups in Tigard while providing a premier family event for the entire community.


Grand Floral Parade Slideshow

Thousands lined downtown streets during a pleasant Saturday morning to see the 100th Queen of Rosaria, Emma A. Waibel of West Linn, the first queen from outside Portland.


Floral Grand Parade

We had a great time shooting this small video of the parade from the corner of Burnside and Martin Luther King Jr.


Upper Clackamas Whitewater Festival

This Festival is a weekend of fun, exciting, and safe whitewater activities. This year's festival marks the 31st anniversary of this great tribal gathering.


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by: COURTESY OF PCC - Deanna Palm of Washington County is the new PCC board chairwoman.
July 29, 2014

Palm is new PCC board chairwoman

by Pamplin Media Group
Deanna Palm, president of the Greater Hillsboro Area Chamber of Commerce, has been named chairwoman of the Portland Community College board for the 2014-15 year. Palm, who was appointed to the…
by: WATERLEAF DESIGN - The Lloyd Center ice rink will move slightly east and become more oval as part of a remodel designed to get the community more interested in staying to shop and getting shoppers to watch the ice skating.
July 29, 2014

Lloyd Center to get $50 million redo

by Joseph Gallivan
Remodel starts soon and will take two years to complete An upcoming remodel of the Lloyd Center will take the mall back to its mid-20th Century roots, while also serving as a centerpiece for…
by: COURTESY PORTLAND BUREAU OF PLANNING AND SUSTAINABILITY - By 2035, the intersection of Southeast 122nd and Division is transformed with high capacity transit, landscaping, prominent bike and pedestrian crossings, and more housing and food options, as shown in this artist's rendering from the proposed draft Comprehensive Plan.
July 29, 2014

200,000 more people in city's future

by Jim Redden
Comprehensive plan will provide guide for accommodating next growth wave Imagine a Portland of the not-too-distant future with 200,000 more residents inside the city limits, living in 120,000…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO SHASTA KEARNS MOORE - Clackamas County Marine Services Officer Abigail Hunt helps ensure floater safety on the popular Clackamas River float from Barton to Carver Parks. Two people have drowned near this location in the past five years.
July 29, 2014

Calming troubled waters

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Alcohol ban helps, but people still sneak booze onto river Any given summer Sunday, the Clackamas River from Barton to Carver parks is packed with boats, rafts, inner tubes, pool toys, air…
July 29, 2014

Roads? Transit? Poll says we want both, but funds scarce

by Jim Redden
Support for projects differs across state, but all agree on need One reason Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick are pushing their street fee so hard is to pressure the 2015…
July 29, 2014

Lawsuit aims to stop city's plan for PSU

by Steve Law
Activists say Hales' proposal violates tax limitation law Mayor Charlie Hales’ plan to provide urban renewal money for Portland State University has been socked with a legal challenge even…
July 28, 2014

$100 million donation boosts OHSU Challenge drive

by Peter Korn
The odds of Oregon Health & Science University meeting its billion dollar match for the Knight Cancer Institute improved significantly Monday when the institute announced a new $100 million…
by: CONTRIBUTED: MULTNOMAH COUNTY SHERIFF - A 25-year-old Gresham man died when his car hit a utility pole Saturday night.
July 29, 2014

Gresham man dies in one-car accident

by Pamplin Media Group
A Gresham man, Derek Allen Cranford, 25, of Gresham, died and his passenger was injured in a Saturday night single vehicle crash near Sam Barlow High School. The passenger's injuries are…
July 28, 2014

TriMet to provide shuttles during upcoming maintenance project

by Jim Redden
TriMet will provide shuttle buses in a portion of the Lloyd District because a maintenance and improvement project will disrupt transit service between Aug. 11 and 15. Crews will be replacing a…
by: COURTSEY OF TUALATIN FIRE & RESCUE - This carport was destroyed at the Canyon Park Apartments.
July 28, 2014

Suspected arson fire damages carport, vehicles

by Jim Redden
Exclusive video shows destruction Five vehicles were damaged by a fire that destroyed a carport at a Beaverton apartment complex Sunday evening. According to Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue,…
July 28, 2014

Home demolition controversy headed to City Council

by Jim Redden
The City Council is expected to get an earful about the issue of existing homes being demolished for infill projects on Thursday. The Portland Historic Landmarks Commission calls the increasing…
July 28, 2014

Estimates differ on marijuana revenues

by Peter Wong
Official projections far less than figures backed by advocates Two estimates differ sharply on how much money will be generated for Oregon coffers by voter approval Nov. 4 of a marijuana…
by: COURTESY KOIN 6 NEWS - Jennifer Huston, 38, was last seen in Newberg filling her Lexus SUV on Thursday.
July 27, 2014

Search underway for missing Dundee woman

by KOIN 6 News
A search effort is underway to find Jennifer Huston, 38, a mother of two who was last seen filling her Lexus SUV at the Circle K gas station at 3101 Portland Rd. in Newberg. at 6:00 p.m.…
July 26, 2014

Man injured in Southeast Portland shooting

by Isabel Gautschi
A 20-year-old man suffered non-life threatening gunshot wounds to both legs from a shooting in Southeast Portland last night. Portland Police officers arrived at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center at…
July 25, 2014

Seattle firm buys landmark Oregonian Building

by Jim Redden
A Seattle real estate firm is buying the landmark Oregonian headquarters. The Oregonian announced the pending sale on its website Friday, the day after posting a story that said the newspaper's…
by: CONTRIBUTED ILLUSTRATION: REYNOLDS SCHOOL DISTRICT - A rendering of the renovated Reynolds High School gym complex.
July 26, 2014

Reynolds School District announces gym renovations

by Lisa K. Anderson
Cash and material donations are being accepted through the Reynolds Education Foundation The Reynolds School District announced plans Friday for its renovation of the high school’s locker rooms,…
July 25, 2014

Drama over comprehensive plan continues in Damascus

by Beverly Corbell
The city of Damascus is using stalling tactics to try to thwart a citizens’ group from placing another land use comprehensive plan on the November ballot, says Richard Johnson of Move Damascus…
July 25, 2014

Public memorial service for Atiyeh eyed in September

by Peter Wong
Private funeral is set Friday. A private service and funeral for former Gov. Vic Atiyeh was conducted Friday for family members and close friends. Atiyeh died July 20 at Providence St. Vincent…
by: COURTESY OF TRIMET - Artist's rendition of the replacement Lafayette Bridge that begins construction in Southeast Portland on July 29.
July 25, 2014

Southeast Portland pedestrian bridge to be replaced

by Jim Redden
Work will begin on a replacement pedestrian bridge over the railroad tracks near Southeast Lafayette Street on Tuesday. The bridge, which was originally built by Union Pacific in approximately…
July 25, 2014

Senate candidates trade jabs on budget

by Peter Wong
Merkley: Foe backs 'draconian' cuts; Wehby: Balance requirement 'sensible' Oregon’s major-party candidates for U.S. senator are trading jabs over how the other stands on federal budget…
by: KOIN 6 NEWS - Commissioner Amanda Fritz addresses questions about the parks levy during a town hall meeting on June 30.
July 24, 2014

Council sends parks bond to November ballot

by KOIN 6 News
The Portland City Council voted unanimously on Thursday to put a bond to renovate Portland parks on the November ballot. The $68 million bond would replace one set to expire next June and would…
July 24, 2014

Oregonian to move out of headquarters Monday

by Jim Redden
The Oregonian has announced it will finish moving out of its longtime headquarters next week. In an online story posted Thursday afternoon, the newspaper — which is now two separate companies —…
by: KOIN 6 NEWS - Commissioner Steve Novick was not able to defuse the recall drive when he appeared at its July 19 organization meeting.
July 24, 2014

Hales, Novick recall campaign continues

by Jim Redden
The campaign to recall Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick is going forward, despite Novick appearing at the first organizational meeting and defending the street fee he and Hales…
July 24, 2014

PSU expands Urban Honors program

by Julia Rogers
$1 million in grants, and word of mouth, help fuel growth Tristan Weitkamp, a Portland State University student who graduated last month with honors, recently went to Nicaragua with the honors…
by: COURTESY OF DAVE UNITAN - Traditional group therapy isn't working well for gay addicts, according to a study co-authored by Buster Ross of the Hazelden Springbrook treatment center in Newberg, center in glasses. The study found sexual minorities on average have more failed addiction therapies than other inpatient patients.
July 24, 2014

Study sheds light on treating gay addicts

by Peter Korn
Research: Services should be tailored to group's special needs Gay men and women in addiction treatment are three times more likely than heterosexuals to have suffered sexual abuse and are twice…

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Jul 24, 2014

Sources Say: Richardson's lack of diversity could color campaign

by Jim Redden
During last week’s debate for Oregon governor, Republican challenger Dennis Richardson admitted that as a state representative from Central Point he doesn’t have a lot of experience with…
by: TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: CHRISTOPHER ONSTOTT - Community court (here with judge Randall Weisberg presiding), is held at Bud Clark Commons in Old Town as a way to bring the court to its homeless defendants. A plan by the city to get more people into court faster has stumbled, with fewer defendants showing up on time.
Jul 24, 2014

Old Town citation plan bears little fruit

by Peter Korn
Low-level offenders still skip court dates as enforcement tightens One of Portland’s most vexing downtown problems — repeated low-level violations by homeless men and women — remains mostly…
Jul 24, 2014

New law gives county teeth to stop barking dogs

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Mediation, fines funded by boosting county dog licenses Tim McFarland feels like a prisoner on his own 4.89 acres outside of Canby. “I can’t talk on my property. I can’t blow my nose. I can’t…
Jul 24, 2014

Kitzhaber, GOP rival may meet 5 times

by Peter Wong
Richardson responds in principle to governor's proposal The debate about debates has begun. But it appears Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber and Republican rival Dennis Richardson will make several…
Jul 26, 2014

Beaverton schools get $1.36 million bump from county

by Kendra Hogue
District will have more Gain Share funds for 2014-15 school year than expected The Beaverton School District received some surprising news on Friday. Washington County officials announced the…
Matthew Christopher Leonard
Jul 23, 2014

Missing Lake Oswego man's body found in heavily wooded area

by Pamplin Media Group
Lake Oswego Police found the body of Matthew Christopher Leonard, a 54-year-old Lake Oswego man who had been missing for more than a week, in a heavily wooded area behind a residence on Westview…
Jul 23, 2014

Lawsuit could waylay urban renewal funds for PSU

by Steve Law
Mayor Charlie Hales’ plan to cancel the Education Urban Renewal Area surrounding Portland State University is running into a potential buzz saw. Hales proposes an alternate package of projects…
Jul 23, 2014

Body of missing man found in Sandy River

by Beverly Corbell
Gresham's Kyle Peterson disappeared in February The months long search for missing Gresham man Kyle Peterson has ended after his body was found in the Sandy River, roughly half mile from the…
by: COURTESY PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU - Sierra Shaver
Jul 23, 2014

Missing girl returns home

by Jim Redden
Sierra Shaver, 17, has returned home. The Portland Police Bureau's Missing Persons Unit had asked the public to help find Shaver Wednesday. She ran away from home on Monday, June 21, and was…
by: @CLACKCOSHERIFF - A tweet from the virtual tour of the Clackamas County Jail.
Jul 23, 2014

Take a virtual tour of Clackamas County Jail

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Have you ever wanted to see the inside of Clackamas County Jail — without getting arrested? Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office is taking Twitter followers on a virtual ride-along today, complete…
Portland Claymation animator Will Vinton.
Jul 23, 2014

Vinton, Gnosis deal puts Claymation animator in director's seat

by Pamplin Media Group
Gnosis Moving Pictures and Vinton Entertainment Inc. said Wednesday the two companies have signed a co-production deal on a slate of CG animated feature films, to be directed by Oscar winner…
Paul William Krekeler
Jul 23, 2014

Man dies in SE Portland shooting

by Pamplin Media Group
Portland homicide detectives are investigating the shooting death of a 19-year-old man who died Tuesday night after collapsing in front of a house near Southeast 57th Avenue and Harold Street.…
Jul 23, 2014

Cat dies, firefighter hurt in Rosa Parks Way fire

by Pamplin Media Group
A pet cat died and a Portland firefighter was slightly injured in an early morning blaze that destroyed a Rosa Parks Way home Wednesday. Portland Fire and Rescue said the firefighter suffered a…
Jul 23, 2014

U.S. Senate to debate end to corporate offshore tax break

by Peter Wong
Merkley: Manufacturing should return home. The U.S. Senate will proceed to debate a bill ending tax advantages for companies that move jobs abroad and giving a tax break for companies moving…
Jul 22, 2014

Voters to decide marijuana legalization

by Peter Wong
Oregon, Alaska have ballot measures. Voters will decide Nov. 4 whether Oregon joins other states to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. The state Elections Division confirmed Tuesday…
Jul 22, 2014

City looks for comments on draft comprehensive land-use plan

by Jim Redden
Portlanders can now review the draft comprehensive land-use plan updated that will guide future growth after it has been approved by the City Council. The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability…
by: COURTESY OF ONPA/SCOTT WASHBURN - State Rep. Dennis Richardson made a point during Fridays debate with Gov. John Kitzhaber before newspaper publishers and editors in Salem. It was the first joint appearance of the two gubernatorial candidates in the 2014 election.
Jul 22, 2014

Governor candidates sharpen differences

by Peter Wong
Kitzhaber, Richardson jab during first debate at newspaper gathering Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber and Republican rival Dennis Richardson have laid out clear differences for the fall campaign.…
Jul 22, 2014

Metro talks trash, digs up hard lesson on recycling

by Jim Redden
Attention Portlanders, environmental expert Ed Humes has something to say. You are not as special as you think. In fact, when it comes to saving the world, you could learn a lesson from WalMart.…
Jul 22, 2014

Novick poll: Tax the rich to repair streets

by Jim Redden
Commissioner Steve Novick has finally found a street fee that most Portlanders support — one that only the rich pay. Novick and Mayor Charlie Hales have struggled for months to find a new source…
Jul 21, 2014

City Council to consider sending parks measure to ballot

by Jim Redden
Commissioner Amanda Fritz will ask the City Council at its Thursday, July 24, meeting to refer a parks bond measure to the Nov. 4 general election ballot. Fritz is proposing a measure…
by: STATE OF OREGON - Oregon Gov. Vic Atiyeh
Jul 20, 2014

Former Gov. Atiyeh dies at 91

by Peter Wong
Led Oregon out of 1980s recession Tributes are being paid to Vic Atiyeh, the governor who led Oregon out of the 1982 recession and laid the economic foundations for international trade and high…
by: CINDY FAMA - What's left of the Markum Inn, which burned Sunday monring
Jul 21, 2014

Markum Inn destroyed by fire

by Cindy Fama
Early Sunday morning fire burns down local landmark Multiple fire agencies battled a five-alarm fire at the Markum Inn in the early hours of Sunday July 20 that destroyed the local landmark. The…
by: KOIN 6 NEWS - Multnomah County Sheriffs deputies respond to a report of a drowning at Dabney State Park.
Jul 20, 2014

Portland man drowns near Troutdale

by Beverly Corbell
A Portland man, Birtha B. Subba, a native of Nepal, drowned while fishing in the Sandy River at Dabney State Park, just north of Troutdale around 2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 20. The Multnomah County…
by: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP:  JOHN SCHRAG - John Bennett put a final bit of elbow grease into this 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 Touring Berlinetta  which is on display at today's  Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance.
Jul 20, 2014

Classic cars converge in Forest Grove

by John Schrag
You can see more than 300 stunning automobiles at Pacific University today It required an unexpected tromp through a wheat field, but one of the most celebrated cars in the Pacific Northwest…
by: HILLSBORO FIRE DEPARTMENT - A fire started from charcoal briquettes that were not properly disposed at this Hillsboro home on July 19.
Jul 20, 2014

Charcoal briquettes set Hillsboro deck on fire

by KOIN 6 News
A Saturday fire on the back deck of a Hillsboro home spread to the rear of the house and the garage, causing extensive damage. The fire began around 8:15 p.m. on July 19 in the 1800 block of…