Portland one of Bloomberg American Cities Climate Challenge…

Portland Tribune - News
Other winning cities announced on Wednesday that will receive up to $2.5 million each are Los Angeles, San Diego and San Jose.

Connecting STEM to underserved youth

Wilsonville Spokesman - Schools
Portland area nonprofit organization In4All looks to expand to Clackamas County

Uber seeking applications from nonprofits for free rides

Portland Tribune - News
Ride sharing company has announced the start of the third year of its Northwest Community Impact Initiaitve.

Determining look of French Prairie Bridge

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Suspension and cable-stayed are the least obtrusive options for bike/pedestrian bridge across the Willamette River

Female bicyclist dies of Monday crash injuries

Portland Tribune - News
Police will not relase the name of the victim in the Southeast Portland crash until the next of kin are notified.

Fairview City Council approves developer's land-use appeal

Gresham Outlook - News
Decision allows for construction of apartments on Sandy Boulevard near mobile home park

Corbett Fire District welcomes new fire engine

Gresham Outlook - News
District hosts centturies-old 'wet down' ceremony during open house at fire station.

City looks to rein in 'Nadia,' other fictional rental owners

Portland Tribune - News
Portland negotiating deal with Airbnb to eliminate bogus hosts like the one previously spotted by the Portland Tribune.

Secretary of state's deputy rose despite past IT debacle

Portland Tribune - News
Leslie Cummings' role over state elections, audits takes on new importance with Secretary Richardson fighting brain cancer.

Detectives investigate man's death on bike path

Portland Tribune - News
The man's name has not been released. A medical examiner's autopsy will determine the cause of death and confirm the man's identity.

Beaverton council will allow regulated overnight car camping

Portland Tribune - News
Action follows up a June 12 ban on street camping; program, modeled on one in Eugene, awaits specific rules for access to sanitation, trash disposal.

City Hall Update: Clean up city onmayor's to-do list

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, City Council approves warning signs for unsafe buildings and new Portland Housing Bureau director named.

Here comes the sun: SunPower takes over SolarWorld plant

Portland Tribune - News
SolarWorld's Hillsboro headquarters will remain open, but a deal to purchase the company very nearly didn't happen.

Analysts: Governor's race to be won in Clackamas,…

Portland Tribune - News
The difference between victory and defeat for Gov. Kate Brown and Rep. Knute Buehler could hinge on voters in Clackamas and Washington counties,…

Portland Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen dead at age 65

Portland Tribune - News
The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft passed away Monday, Oct. 15 from cancer.

Car ignites on I-84

Gresham Outlook - News
Vehicle fire on Sunday afternoon in east Portland caused black smoke to shoot into the sky

Former Lake Oswego Mayor Bill Klammer dies

Lake Oswego Review - News
Longtime volunteer was an active member of a host of civic and community organizations

Cyclist fighting for life after crash with SUV on 82nd

Portland Tribune - News
The adult woman suffered 'serious, life-threatening' injuries around 11 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 15.

Hillsboro fourth-grader to light U.S. Capitol Christmas…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Brigette Harrington, of Jackson Elementary, beat more than 1,200 essayists to light 'The People's Tree.'

Nine vie for four seats on Gladstone City Council

Clackamas Review - News
Politically active citizens break record for number of candidates involved in single election

Gladstone police, fire levies get interesting this year

Clackamas Review - News
Previously unopposed elections suddenly have opposition from city councilor, firefighter

It's still not too late! Register to vote by Oct. 16

Portland Tribune - Politics
Still time to sign up to get a ballot for the Nov. 6 general election and have your say

Shooting reported in Wilsonville's Memorial Park

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies continue to investigate the shooting on Friday, Oct. 12.

Officer recalls 'begging' Jason Washington to drop gun

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County Grand Jury transcript released for fatal shooting at Portland State University.

Council to consider saving Oak Leaf Mobile Home Park

Portland Tribune - News
Wednesday vote would secure $5.2 million to preserve 22 units of affordable housing in Northeast Portland.

From chickens to guns, Oregon voters face many measures

Portland Tribune - News
Voters, for instance, will settle whether chickens can be kept at home in one city in Oregon.

UPDATE: No arrests made at Antifa, Patriot Prayer brawl

Portland Tribune - News
A 'Flash March' organized by Joey Gibson became a spectacle of street fighting as police intervened.

Buehler invested in tax credits that became state scandal

Portland Tribune - News
Records show that Knute Buehler and his wife bought $100,000 in business energy tax credits.

Ted Wheeler blasts Fox News: I'm not a 'nutcase mayor'

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is pushing back on media accounts of the Patrick Kimmons protest march.

Portland Public Schools floats 'professional conduct'…

Portland Tribune - News
The new policy would bar staff from initiating hugs and most other forms of touch, as well as regulate proper modes of communication.

Gender identity remarks spark fight, possible hate crime

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police are investigating a struggle that lead to a broken windshield on Saturday.

Portland named No. 1 'Foodie City' in America

Portland Tribune - News
The 2018 report by WalletHub says Portland beat out 181 other cities for the top honor.

Experts studying Wapato as mental health treatment center

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler to meet with service providers, law enforcement on Friday, Oct. 12.

Oregon's incarceration rate to fall 15% in 10 years

Portland Tribune - News
Analysts credit criminal justice reform bills for the projected drop in the prison population.

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler inoculated

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Wheeler received an injection of the influenza vaccine at City Hall on Friday, Oct. 12.

Ex-employee describes sexually charged workplace at SEI at…

Portland Tribune - News
Former High School Coordinator Fyndi Jermany files a lawsuit against Portland Public Schools contractor Self Enhancement, Inc., which provides…

Motorcycist dies from Oct. 2 crash injuries

Portland Tribune - News
Police seek additional witnesses to crash in construction area of I-5 at the interstate bridge between Portland and Vancouver.

Motorcyclist killed in Marine Drive crash

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Portland police identify the victim in the fatal Wednesday crash in Northeast Portland.

MAX construction to impact Hillsboro commuters

Portland Tribune - News
Two-week closure of Hillsboro MAX stations begins Saturday. Shuttles will run to Fair Complex.

UPDATE: Two drivers hit female pedestrian who died

Portland Tribune - News
The death was the 26th traffic fatality of the year, according to the Portland Police Bureau.

Jennie Willoughby to keynote local Domestic…

Clackamas Review - News
Story of abuse at the hands of former White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter gained national media attention in February

Police identify suspect in officer-involved shooting

Portland Tribune - News
Samuel E. Rice, 30, was shot and killed while holding a woman hostage in a Southeast Portland motel room with a knife, police say.

Body found on Mount Hood

Gresham Outlook - News
Deceased man may have been missing Arizona hiker who was last seen on Monday, Oct. 8

Wheeler hopes new trash initiative will clean up…

Portland Tribune - News
Many Portlanders have complained to the mayor about the overflowing trash bins, and some have even sent in pictures.

Incumbent Gorsek touts history of public service in…

Gresham Outlook - News
College instructor seeking third term to state Legislature for House District 49 position

Welcome to Hayhurst: 'Who doesn't like cows?'

Portland Tribune - News
Southwest Portland neighborhood posts signs inspired by its history of dairies, including the remaining landmark Alpenrose Dairy.

'Mr. Gresham' Todd Kirnan honored with life-size…

Portland Tribune - News
Bronze statue unveiled downtown at the corner of Third Street and Main Avenue in honor of 'Mr. Gresham'

Sources: Going forward, Oregon should avoid high…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Wyden and other Democrats promise Trump tax probe if they win the House or Senate or both, and Kitzhaber has a TV gig.

Former Bank of Oswego execs to remain free pending…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Dan Heine and Diana Yates were to report to prison this week, but the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed that order

Tainted state energy tax credit program cleans up…

Portland Tribune - News
State auditors say small but significant steps aid in putting program back on the right track.

Report: Clean Energy Fund could cost up to $79M

Portland Tribune - News
An economists' report says an ambiguous definition of 'retail' in the measure could pull in more than twice as much cash as supporters have claimed.

Oregon Zoo euthanizes aging rare Amur leopard

Portland Tribune - News
Caregivers say Borris, part of a rare subspecies who came to Portland in eight years ago, was 'one of a kind.'

Complaint alleges city of Lake Oswego violated…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Allegation involves a column written for a city newsletter by Mayor Kent Studebaker

Man who hid inside shed rammed police cars twice…

Portland Tribune - News
Donnie Pradith is also facing charges for reckless driving, firearm possession incidents in April.

Pedestrian robbed by 2 men armed with hammer or…

Portland Tribune - News
The victim was assaulted in the Eliot neighborhood on Sunday, Portland police say.

Arizona man missing on Mount Hood

Sandy Post - News
David Yaghmourian, 30, was last seen Oct. 8 near Timberline Trail, Pacific Crest Trail

Candidate's complaint tests new state elections law

Portland Tribune - News
Independent Patrick Starnes' request targets final debate between GOP, Democratic candidates

Agency wants more money, staff to protect drinking…

Portland Tribune - News
Small water districts serving about 15,500 Oregonians could be focus or new fee, inspections

OHSU settles lawsuits in teeth-removal bleeding…

Portland Tribune - News
OHSU oral surgery head, Pamela Hughes, fights state board finding of failure to address clot issues

Corbett Fire District hosts 'wet down' for new…

Gresham Outlook - News
Washing fire engines, welcoming equipment centuries-old ritual that dates back to the early 19th century.

Woman has life-threatening injuries after struck by…

Portland Tribune - News
The Police Bureau Traffic Division's Major Crash Team is investigating the crash. No one else was injured in the collision.

Opportunity Zones offer economic development, with…

Portland Tribune - News
At least one local Opportunity Fund is hoping to help make a difference around the state.

City Hall: Police change gun violence tracking…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the Inclusionary Housing policy is producing more affordable housing, and a US judge has delayed the start of the new police community…

24 affordable housing units being built for vets in…

Clackamas Review - News
Northwest Housing Alternatives breaking ground on approximately $7 million project at 3 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, at 314 Pleasant Ave.

Limo driver's lawsuit: Katt Williams sicced his dog…

Portland Tribune - News
Comedian and actor faces $76,000 claim in lawsuit saying he commanded aggresive German Shepherd to chase driver.

Protesters inflict $3,000 in damage to man's car

Portland Tribune - News
Incident happened on Saturday, Oct. 6 during protest over Patrick Kimmons' death

1% of Oregonians 'very confident' in foster care…

Portland Tribune - News
New polls by DHM Research cast light on foster care system, public school success.

District to pay out over $200,000 in public records…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Public Schools to pay attorneys' fees after the district's failed bid to keep paid administrative leave information secret.

Clackamas Community College opens new Industrial…

Portland Tribune - News
Lathes and routers should train people in the next wave of manufacturing skills.

Man killed in Lents late Sunday

Portland Tribune - News
Police there does not appear to be any threat to the community related to shooting investigation in East Portland.

Council: MAX line vote to follow housing strategy

Portland Tribune - News
Southwest Corrdior light rail route to be considered Wednesday, week after affordable housing strategy

Burglary suspect let go after causing significant…

Portland Tribune - News
Patrick Plamondon was allegedly found hiding in the crawl space of a building on Whitaker Road.

Portland's only cat cafe uses up its ninth life

Portland Tribune - News
About 600 felines were adopted from Purringtons Cat Lounge. The cafe will close in November.

UPDATE: Victim identified in Friday shooting

Portland Tribune - News
The suspect, Robert James, was charged with attempted murder in both 2005 and 2014.

Suspect arrested in Old Town shooting

Portland Tribune - News
No one is injured in the early Sunday incident, or a Friday one also being investigated by police

Mother of Patrick Kimmons calls for end to gang…

Portland Tribune - News
Black Lives Matter protesters shut down city streets, prompt lockdown at Justice Center on Saturday.

Grand Ronde moves forward with fishing platform at…

West Linn Tidings - News
Tribe begins site prep work Oct. 1 despite PGE warning about trespassing on property

Binge watcher? Library streaming 30,000 films for…

Portland Tribune - Features
Multnomah County library cardholders can now watch six movies a month online via Kanopy.

Outlaw promises fair officer-involved shooting…

Portland Tribune - News
Police chief speaks at emotional Friday meeting of Community Peace Collaborative

Hardesty, Smith spar gently before City Club

Portland Tribune - News
Homelessness, police surface repeatedly in debate before lontime Portland civic organization.

Man charged with attempted murder

Gresham Outlook - News
A probable cause affidavit alleges the man attempted to smother a Corbett woman in her home.

Troutdale doctor sentenced for administering…

Gresham Outlook - News
Physician found guilty of purchasing non-approved prescriptions not approved in the U.S.

Gresham resident sentenced for sex abuse

Gresham Outlook - News
The charges stem from two months in 2013 when the man stayed with victims' family.

TV ads grab most money pouring into expensive…

Portland Tribune - News
Kate Brown and Knute Buehler have broken the record for contributions in an Oregon governor's race that is still too close to call.

Portland Police issue 112 tickets on Sandy Boulevard

Portland Tribune - News
The Police Bureau staked out the High Crash Corridor from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4.

Mother charged after gun fired at Jason Lee…

Portland Tribune - News
Antoinette Riley was picking up her child when the gun went off inside the school's cafeteria.

'It was like a flamethrower'

West Linn Tidings - News
Phone battery explodes at West Linn repair shop, causing minor damage but no injuries

Metro Council moves ahead with expansion

Portland Tribune - News
Final vote planned Dec. 13 on requests by Beaverton, Hillsboro, King City and Wilsonville to provide more land for housing.

In Cully, it's man versus fighter jet

Portland Tribune - News
Andrew Pritchard wages battle against flyovers by Oregon Air National Guard's 142nd Fighter Wing.

Long walk takes a turn around Portland ICE offices

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Rally outside Southwest Macadam Avenue building part of a seven-day march from Sheridan to The Dalles.

Southwest Corridor MAX line raises environmental…

Portland Tribune - News
With Oct. 10 City Council hearing approaching, some warn proposed light rail line could damage wooded areas.

Brown tries political end-run to lock in…

Portland Tribune - News
Governor asks Legislature to adopt current regulations so feds can't alter them

Final two governor debates shove Independent…

Portland Tribune - News
Brownsville cabinet maker Patrick Starnes, who won the Independent nomination, threatens legal action to pry open debates in Medford and Portland.

Oregon Health Plan spending jumps again

Portland Tribune - News
Rates for organizations administering low-income program again exceed reforms' spending growth cap.

With 'clock running out' Merkley tries a legal Hail…

Portland Tribune - News
Democratic senator claims Trump administration wrong to withhold documents as Senate prepares to vote on Supreme Court confirmation.

ICE union wants Oregon, feds to investigate…

Portland Tribune - News
Union thinks the Portland mayor committed official misconduct with guidance to Portland police during the 38-day occupation.

Hardesty's dance to 'Electric Slide' draws scorn…

Portland Tribune - News
Loretta Smith complained repeatedly about the man she said sexually harassed her in front of Hardesty days earlier.

The Mystery of the Green Gloves

Lake Oswego Review - News
Annie Arkebauer wants to know who's dumping the gloves on roads and sidewalks in downtown Lake Oswego

Builder wins duplex driveway flap

Portland Tribune - News
PBOT backs off from attempt to save on-street parking at Northeast Portland housing project, but will not change policy.

Students steal the show at Oregon's governor debate

Portland Tribune - News
15 youths asked their own questions to Gov. Kate Brown, Rep. Knute Buehler and Patrick Starnes.

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