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...

Lake Oswego woman honored for saving little girl

Lake Oswego woman honored for saving little girl

Sunny Freeman awarded Chief's Coin for heroic action after motorcycle crash When a motorcycle...

The small hands that feed others

The small hands that feed others

Six-year-old Jackson Clark makes sack lunches for the homeless Wrapping one’s head around...

A load off his shoulders

A load off his shoulders

Murrayhill resident grateful for surgery program to benefit military veterans While serving as a...

Southridge Community Plaza takes shape

Southridge Community Plaza takes shape

Final funding push to raise $20,000 is underway, and you can help Jeff and Kim Keller were blown...

Float in a piece of history

Float in a piece of history

Willow Bill Goulardt is offering free rides from Clackamette Park in Oregon City this weekend....

Barbecue and classic cars

Barbecue and classic cars

The WildRiver BBQ and CruiseIn opens Saturday in Molalla at Clark Park. Sample succulent...

George Fox gets an exemption in case of transgender student

George Fox gets an exemption in case of transgender student

Ruling — Feds also dismiss complaint from student whose request to live on campus with male...

Lightning sparks dozens of Central Oregon fires

Lightning sparks dozens of Central Oregon fires

Other local fires likely human-caused Smoke continued to obscure Central Oregon fires on...

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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.


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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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July 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
July 23, 2014

Police seek missing girl

by Jim Redden
The Portland Police Bureau's Missing Persons Unit is asking for the public's help in locating 17-year-old Sierra Shaver. She is thought to be in the company of 41-year-old Pitya Yugusuk Lojuan,…
July 23, 2014

Teen shot and killed in Southeast Portland

by KOIN 6 News
A 19-year-old man died in a shooting in Southeast Portland’s Woodstock neighborhood Tuesday night. The name of the victim was not immediately released. East Precinct officers responded to the…
July 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…
July 22, 2014

City releases draft Comp 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.
July 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.…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Melissa Bowerman
July 22, 2014

MHS track coach arrested on sex abuse charges involving student…

by Holly M. Gill
Madras High School's head track and field coach, Melissa Marie Bowerman, 43, was arrested Monday on allegations of sexual abuse of a 17-year-old boy on the track team. Following an…
July 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.…
July 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…
July 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
July 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
July 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.
July 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.
July 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.
July 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…
by: LAKE OSWEGO FIRE DEPARTMENT - The windows were blown out of the Scratch Restaurant by a late Saturday explosion.
July 20, 2014

Fire damages Scratch Restaurant in Lake Oswego

by Jim Redden
An explosion and fire heavily damaged a downtown Lake Oswego restaurant late Saturday. No one was injured at the incident at Scratch Restaurant, 149 A Ave. The cause and damage estimate were not…
by: COURTESY PHOTO - A woman died this morning near Molalla after being struck by a car.
July 19, 2014

Woman dies in Highway 211 accident between Molalla and Woodburn

by Peggy Savage
Pedestrian hit while crossing the highway in darkness early Saturday morning. Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into a Saturday morning fatal pedestrian-involved traffic…
by: KOIN 6 NEWS - Steve Novick defends his position on the Portland Street Fee at a Charlie Hales-Steve Novick recall petition campaign planning meeting in Southeast Portland's Tabor Space on July 19.
July 19, 2014

Novick crashes own recall meeting

by KOIN 6 News
In a controversial move, embattled Portland City Commissioner Steve Novick attended his own recall campaign planning meeting in what he called an attempt to learn the motives behind a grassroots…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO JOHN M. VINCENT - Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber(left) and Portland mayor Charlie Hales (right) watch as Daimler Trucks North America president and CEO Martin Daum throws the ceremonial first shovel of dirt in the construction of the company's new Swan Island headquarters.
July 19, 2014

Daimler breaks ground on new HQ

by John M. Vincent
Daimler Trucks North America has begun construction of its new $150 million headquarters on Swan Island with a ceremonial groundbreaking Friday. DTNA president and CEO Martin Daum was joined by…
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July 19, 2014

Mother using heroin arrested downtown, child in car

by Pamplin Media Group
At about 1 p.m. Friday, July 18, Adrianna Vandehey, 27, was arrested for injecting heroin into her arm while her child was seating in her vehicle. A traffic division officer was flagged down…
July 19, 2014

Injured hiker rescued near Mt. Jefferson

by Pamplin Media Group
Michael Smilenski, a 56-year-old injured hiker, was rescued near Mt. Jefferson early this morning. The Marion County Sheriff's Office was notified of Smilenski's potential situation via a…
by: COURTESY PHOTO - A small plane piloted by an 81-year-old man crashed this morning near Aurora.
July 19, 2014

Small plane crashes near Aurora

by Pamplin Media Group
At about 10:45 this morning, July 19, a deputy from the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a small plane crash near S. Meridian and S. Whiskey Hill roads near Hubbard.…
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July 19, 2014

Suspect approaching women in SE arrested

by Pamplin Media Group
On Friday July 18, at 11:12 p.m., Central Precinct officers arrested 44-year-old Jerry Johnson after the sex crimes unit detectives determined he was the suspect that kissed a woman at OMSI and…
July 19, 2014

Body of missing Gresham man found in Sandy River

by Beverly Corbell
Kyle Peterson disappeared in February The months long search for missing man Gresham man Kyle Peterson is over after his body was found in the Sandy River, roughly half mile from the river’s…
July 19, 2014

Stabbing leads to arrest of Hood River man

by Pamplin Media Group
Just after 6 p.m. Thursday, July 17, Hood River County Sheriff's Office and Parkdale Fire Department were called to the 3800 block of Paul Partlow Drive on a report of an alleged stabbing. U pon…

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Jul 19, 2014

Update: Multnomah County Sheriff's Office investigating body…

by Pamplin Media Group
On Friday July 18, 2014 at approximately 4:20 p.m. Multnomah County Sheriff's Office River Patrol deputies responded to the Sandy River after a day hiker reported seeing what he thought was a…
Jul 18, 2014

Should TriMet merge bus lines with light rail?

by Raymond Rendleman
TriMet will hold a series of public meetings this summer regarding the proposed changes to bus service upon the completion of the Portland-Milwaukie light-rail project in 2015. Minimizing…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lakewood Theatre Company's proposed 40-by-50-foot rehearsal facility would be located on the north end of the center's property, adjacent to the main performance hall.
Jul 18, 2014

Lakewood Theatre gets $100,000 closer to new rehearsal space

by Saundra Sorenson
Company awarded one of 18 Meyer Memorial Trust grants Lakewood Theatre Company is $100,000 closer to building a dedicated rehearsal space. On Friday, Meyer Memorial Trust announced it was…
Jul 18, 2014

Merkley gets support on gay rights

by Peter Wong
Human Rights Campaign endorses senator. Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley has been endorsed for re-election by the Human Rights Campaign, which plans a gala on behalf of gay and lesbian rights…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: STEFANIE DONAGHUE - State Rep. Dennis Richards makes a point during Friday morning's debate with Gov. John Kitzhaber in Salem. Debate hosted by the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association was the first joint appearance between the two candidates of the campaign.
Jul 18, 2014

Kitzhaber, Richardson jab during first debate

by Stefanie Donahue
Gov. John Kitzhaber and state Rep. Dennis Richardson spent their first joint appearance of the gubernatorial campaign Friday morning sparring on topics ranging from marijuana legalization to the…
Jul 19, 2014

Red Cross reaching out to Central Oregon wildfire areas

by Pamplin Media Group
As a series of wildfires burn across central Oregon, the American Red Cross is preparing to open shelters for area residents and visitors. Several outreach teams will be canvassingthe Three…
Jul 18, 2014

Stuff the sousaphone on Saturday at Beaverton Community Business…

by Beaverton Valley Times
Beaverton Band Together initiative is collecting musical instrument donations for students The Beaverton Education Foundation and the Beaverton Friends of Music are collecting musical…
Jul 17, 2014

Portlanders: Tax rich, business profits for streets

by Jim Redden
Sales tax opposed, even with exemption and low-income rebates Commissioner Steve Novick released the results of new poll Thursday that showed Portlanders support a progressive income tax on the…
by: KOIN NEWS 6 - Portland police Capt. Mark Kruger.
Jul 17, 2014

Hales explains Kruger settlement decision

by Jim Redden
Mayor Charlie Hales is defending his management of the Portland Police Bureau, despite a recent decision to remove disciplinary actions from the personnel record of a captain who honored…
Jul 17, 2014

Hales, Novick recall campaign schedules first meeting

by Jim Redden
The campaign to recall Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick because of their handling of the proposed street fee is moving ahead. It now has a Facebook page, a scheduled Saturday…
Jul 17, 2014

Eastmoreland home demolition delayed

by KOIN News 6
Neighbors in Eastmoreland trying to protect a home from being demolished, were successful in preventing the home from being demolished Thursday. KOIN 6 News has obtained a copy of an official…
Jul 17, 2014

Read my lips: CCC's $90M bond won't affect taxpayers

by Raymond Rendleman
Will you support Clackamas Community College’s $90 million bond measure to build a Industrial/Technical Learning Center and DeJardin Science Addition in Oregon City for various skilled trades…
Jul 17, 2014

Nines Hotel sold

by Joseph Gallivan
Indebted downtown icon will stay with Sage The Nines Hotel in downtown Portland has been sold. Pebblebrook Hotel Trust announced Thursday that it has acquired The Nines Hotel for $127.0 million.…
Jul 17, 2014

TriMet, rider advocates spar over ruling

by Jim Redden
TriMet and the OPAL consumer organizing group are sparring over the dismissal of a civil right complaint. OPAL filed the complaint with the Federal Transit Administration over changes to…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Darrell Hames, middle, is captain and steersperson for the Castaways dragon boat team, one of a growing number that practice year-round.
Jul 17, 2014

Dragon riders

by Jennifer Anderson
Popular sport offers paddlers fun, fitness, friendship The swoosh, swoosh of paddles slicing through the water is just part of the Willamette River’s chorus one recent Thursday evening. It…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: LACEY JACOBY - Portland shopper Kelsey Jones visits the Northwest Portland Farmers Market a day after moving to the city.
Jul 17, 2014

Markets' push puts food on tables

by Stefanie Donahue
Healthy Plate gives low-income buyers a place at the table From a fruit-infused bread pudding to a chocolate beet cake, Robert Adams likes to experiment in the kitchen. The 47-year-old Adams,…
Jul 17, 2014

Oregon won't smile on dental therapists

by Peter Korn
Little effort made to fill dental services gap despite high demand A new national study promotes the efficiency of dental therapists in delivering care to underserved populations, just as the…
by: TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Cleaning hands helps prevent infections at Portland-area hospitals trying to avoid penalties under new Medicare rules.
Jul 17, 2014

Hospitals face big fines for poor care

by Peter Korn
Portland facilities targeted for penalties in federal crackdown A number of Portland-area hospitals are on track to have their Medicare payments reduced this fall as part of a federal program to…
Jul 17, 2014

Sources Say: Accusations against Walden don't carry much weight

by Jim Redden
Although Oregon Republican Rep. Greg Walden is heavily favored to win re-election in November, his Democratic opponent is trying to generate some enthusiasm for her long-shot 2nd District bid.…
Jul 17, 2014

Recall looms over street fee discussion

by Jim Redden
Business, nonprofit groups begin talks to smooth city proposal Emotions are rising as Mayor Charlie Hales and Commissioner Steve Novick work to nudge their proposed street fee forward. An…
Jul 17, 2014

Deadline is Friday for insurance rate comments

by Pamplin Media Group
Oregon consumers have until midnight Friday, July 18, to provide comments on proposed 2015 health insurance rates. The rate requests are available for review and comment at…
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Jul 17, 2014

Jail technician accused of sexual misconduct

by Nancy Townsley
Sheriff's deputies arrest Jill Curry, hold her on $120,000 bail Eight days after learning of possible criminal conduct by a civilian jail services technician, Washington County Sheriff’s…
Jul 17, 2014

CCC, Oregon Tech sign reverse transfer agreement

by The Clackamas Review
More students in Oregon will have the opportunity to be credited with an associate's degree while earning a bachelor's degree through a new "Reverse Transfer" agreement, signed last week between…
by: COURTESY OREGON ZOO - Dr. Mitch Finnegan is returning to the Oregon Zoo, where he is shown treating an animal before being dismissed in May.
Jul 16, 2014

Metro rehires veterinarian it dismissed at Oregon Zoo

by Jim Redden
Metro has rehired Dr. Mitch Finnegan to be a veterinarian at the Oregon Zoo. Finngan is the former chief veterinarian who was fired in May in the wake of the controversy over the death of Kutia,…
Jul 16, 2014

OC Library planning moves forward

by Raymond Rendleman
An open house will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 16, for people to meet Oregon City’s architects, contractors and project managers for the Carnegie Library’s renovation and expansion.…