Auto fans exhult at Forest Grove Concours d'Elegance

Portland Tribune - News
Fittingly, a 1939 Alfa Romeo was awarded Best in Show at the event featuring 'The Passion of Alfa Romeo.'

Stabbing reported at Yards apartments, man in custody

Portland Tribune - News
Chaz Flanders, 21, faces an assault charge for the incident at the Yards at Union Station.

2 shootings, 1 injury investigated over weekend

Portland Tribune - News
Juvenile injured at unknown location, and shots ring out near Sitton Elementary School in Portland.

Mayor pushes for 'bigger vision' around need for new schools

Portland Tribune - News
As mayor, Ted Wheeler has little power to fund new schools, but he thinks new developer fees would be a good start.

Proud Boys 'a threat' to democracy, Portland group says

Portland Tribune - News
Western States Center says democratic institutions erred after arrest of Mykel Mosley.

Who else is excited for Concours d'Elegance?

Portland Tribune - News
You don't want to miss the annual classic car show coming Sunday, July 15 to Forest Grove.

County confirms another measles case

Portland Tribune - News
The third person was in daily contact with Multnomah County's team to check for symptoms.

Voters could see up to four initiatives on ballot

Portland Tribune - News
Grocery taxes, publicly funded abortion, tax enactment restrictions and ending the state's sanctuary law are all in the queue for the November ballot.

Oregon gay rights leader Jerry Weller dies at age 69

Portland Tribune - News
Gerald K. Weller lead Portland Town Council, which advocated for LGBTQ rights across Oregon.

Car prowler arrested after stabbing man, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Justin Sennert was found hiding in brush in the Lents neighborhood on July 11, police say.

'Suspicious' death under investigation on Lombard

Portland Tribune - News
Police found a man dead around 5 a.m. on Thursday, July 12 on Lombard Street in North Portland.

Homeless LGBTQ youth find love, acceptance

Portland Tribune - News
Empathetic parents and community organizations offer support to help address the problems youth are facing.

Hot stuff! Water beckons as El sol cranks up the heat

Portland Tribune - News
The Northwest is stuck in a thermal trough, that could keep us hot hot hot through early next week.

Company says it can fill void in Oregon electronics…

Portland Tribune - News
URT, which has a plant in Clackamas, says it will add a second shift to recycle TVs, computers and other electronics no longer needed by Oregonians,…

OHA: Medical marijuana program needs more oversight

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Medical Marijuana Program doesn't have reliable, independent ways to verify grow site addresses, and it doesn't do enough inspections of…

Initiative would require sixth graders study firearms safety

Portland Tribune - News
Gun rights advocates have filed an initiative petition to make firearms safety instruction mandatory in the sixth grade in Oregon public schools.

Report finds 'significant inaccuracies' in school board…

Portland Tribune - News
According to a district report, Portland Public Schools board member Paul Anthony was wrong about a tirade from restorative justice coordinator…

A history of the unpopular decision to arm PSU officers and…

Portland Tribune - News
Shooting victim's brother Andre Washington is only the latest and loudest voice calling for PSU police to disarm.

Portland officials won't crack down on ICE fence, after all

Portland Tribune - News
The decision not to enforce the fence violation reduces the likelihood that officials will intercede in ICE's activity in the facility - even as…

Sources Say: Seattle columnist questions rezoning

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, affordable housing bong fundraising increases and Wyden says Merkley helpful where he is.

Frog Pond development in Wilsonville to include more open…

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
City addresses new accessory dwelling unit requirements with small changes to code

Person found dead in remains of house fire

Gresham Outlook - News
Multnomah County Sheriff's Office detectives, and the Multnomah County Medical Examiner's office are in charge of the death investigation.

Protesters arrested at ICE facility Wednesday

Portland Tribune - News
Legality of temporary fence erected for federal government being investigated by Portland Bureau of Transportation.

Stuck in traffic? That's about average for Rose City drivers

Portland Tribune - News
A new WalletHub survey ranks the Rose City No. 60 on a list of the worst U.S. cities to drive in.

Board mulls possible change in Clackamas County Sheriff's…

Clackamas Review - News
With the sheriff refusing to attend July 10 meeting, elected officials restricted in moving forward on CCSO changes

City seeks to thwart redevelopment of mobile and…

Portland Tribune - News
Planning and Sustainability Commission votes to create new manufactured dwelling park zone for more than 50 parks; plan now goes to City Council for…

Legislators bring education road show to Beaverton

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Two hours of testimony leans heavily on career/technical education, bullying, funding

Legislators seek advice from county business community

Beaverton Valley Times - News
The Joint Committee on Student Success toured Washington County schools today; next up, public hearing, 7 p.m., ACMA.

Beaverton Police praise residents for stopping intimidation

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Samuel Harris Corbett, 37, of Washington County is accused of chasing, yelling at 17-year-old black girl.

Coach at Sunset arrested

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Police say the track coach, Branden Helms, had sexual relations with a minor he met at the school.

Expert: PSU shooting may hinge on these legal questions

Portland Tribune - News
A nearly 30-year-old Supreme Court case of a forcibly arrested black man determined under what circumstances an officer can fire at people.

Pedestrian hit, injured near King City

Regal Courier - News
Neither speed nor impaired driving appear to be factors in the Tuesday, July 10, incident.

Police seek victims of man who allegedly assaulted girls

Portland Tribune - News
Ricardo Sanchez-Garcia, 55, has not been charged. He was arrested yesterday after at least two calls to police.

Sustainable policies mesh with economic opportunities

Portland Tribune - News
Company that makes environmentally friendly packaging hosts research vessel visit to OMSI

PDX lands top airport honors again

Portland Tribune - News
Travel + Leisure magazine readers voted Portland's airport the best in the nation for the sixth consecutive time since 2013.

Hammond pardons draw cheers, shrugs from officials

Portland Tribune - News
While Republicans expressed elation at the pardons, Democrats appeared less enthusiastic.

City targets owner of multiple zombie homes

Portland Tribune - News
Council may decide to foreclose on four of 10 derelict properties owned by Norman Yee next month.

Senators react negatively to Trump's court nominee

Portland Tribune - News
Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley, both Democrats, say confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh opens the way for five conservatives on Supreme Court to overturn…

Independents unwitting beneficiary of campaign finance law

Portland Tribune - News
A law passed in 2017 was intended to drive out 'dark money' from election, but the wording of one exemption may force statewide debate hosts to…

Homeless LGBTQ youth search for haven

Portland Tribune - News
Rejected by families, many land on Portland's streets, in part because of the reputation for services offered here.

Fire ruins garage in Cedar Mill

Beaverton Valley Times - News
No injuries were reported; the cause of the fire remains under investigation.

City Hall Update: Activist's suit against Eudaly…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Lyft buys Biketown's parent company and public input sought on notification requirements

Suspect in heart stabbing case gets 70 month…

Portland Tribune - News
Victim's life changes forever after the incident that took place in Couch Park in NW Portland.

Repeat rapist sentenced to 33 years in prison

Portland Tribune - News
Homeless man Curtis Clint Williams attacked 19-year-old in 2011, prosecutors say.

Mayor says PSU shooting inquiry will be 'objective'

Portland Tribune - News
Ted Wheeler comments publicly on the June 29 shooting death of Portland resident Jason Washington.

Portland school district releases 2,000 pages of…

Portland Tribune - News
An investigation of former Interim Superintendent Yousef Awwad mostly exonerates the fired official but he did approve a salary bump for his…

New measles case found in Clark County

Portland Tribune - News
A young child in Vancouver has been diagnosed with the illness after being exposed in the Portland area.

AG investigating tax vote initiative's signature…

Portland Tribune - News
The investigation is unlikely to interfere with that measure going before voters in November, according to the state elections division.

Public can comment on tolling plan Thursday

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Transportation Commission will hold a 'listening session' about a policy advisory committee's recommendation to toll all lanes of I-5 and…

Police, business speak out against sanctuary law…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregonians United Against Profiling - a coalition of business, labor, immigrant rights group and law enforcement - argue that the state's 30-year-old…

Texas murder suspect arrested at PDX

Portland Tribune - News
Customs and Border Protection officers took the 31-year-old Houston man into custody Friday, July 6, after he stepped off a flight from Japan.

Projects underway to help Clackamas County's…

Clackamas Review - News
Various groups unite to reopen, expand low-income services in urban areas of county

Drill-armed man arrested after chasing TriMet…

Portland Tribune - News
No one is injured in bizarre incident in Northeast Portland on Sunday that starts after suspect is told to leave bus.

Portland motorcyclist, 20, dies in Gresham crash

Gresham Outlook - News
The young man's motorcycle impacted a car driven by a 65-year-old Gresham woman, police say.

ODOT warns again of freeway apocalypse

Portland Tribune - News
Transportation officials offer playlist to help motorists cope with traffic jams expected to be caused by ramp closures and other projects this…

Gunfire strikes door in Rose City Park neighborhood

Portland Tribune - News
Police say the residence was not the intended target of the shooting on Saturday, July 7.

Two men wounded in North Portland shooting

Portland Tribune - News
The adult men shot at Los Prados Event Hall in St. Johns were not the intended targets, police say.

Take a look at GEAR Con's best steampunk displays

Portland Tribune - News
Victorian and retro-futurist costumes worn at eighth-annual meeting on Saturday, July 7 in Portland.

Feds come to rescue of Portland levee system

Portland Tribune - News
Twenty-seven-mile system for protecting Portland from Columbia River floods will get financial and technical help from the U.S. Army Corps of…

City ready for electric scooter applications to…

Portland Tribune - Sustainable Life
It's the first time an Oregon city has sought permits for electric scooters, which are popping up in dozens of cities around the country.

Wyden: Trump trade policy 'a daily dose of chaos'

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Democrat agrees president is right to go after unfair practices by China, but says tariffs imposed the wrong way hurt other leading trade…

Family: Fire PSU officers who killed man, disarm…

Portland Tribune - News
The family of Jason Washington has demanded that the rest of the Campus Safety force disarm.

Sanctuary law repeal likely to be on ballot

Portland Tribune - News
The official opposition to Initiative Petition 22 launched Friday - the same day petitioners submitted more than 110,000 signatures to land the…

Portland campaign spending measure petitions…

Portland Tribune - News
Supports turn in far more signatures than required to refer measure to November ballot that is similar to one ruled unconstitutional by a multnomah…

Second measles case reported by county

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County officials announced early this week that about 500 people could have been exposed to the illness June 27.

Portland Aerial Tram's maintenance ahead of schedule

Portland Tribune - News
The tram to OHSU's Marquam Hill campus will return to regular operations three weeks earlier than expected.

Constituent calls police on canvassing lawmaker

Clackamas Review - News
The incident spurred the creation of the hashtag CampaigningWhileBlack and made national headlines

Stray bullet wounds boy in Cully shooting

Portland Tribune - News
The city's Gang Enforcement Team is investigating the shooting, which happened at about 7:49 p.m., July 5, in the 5200 block of Northeast 73rd Avenue.

Oregon senators offer views on how to block Trump's…

Portland Tribune - News
Ron Wyden, Jeff Merkley agree that a handful of Republicans must join minority Democrats; Wyden says new justice could 'turn back the clock' on…

'Above average' risk as fire season heats up

Portland Tribune - News
Sen. Ron Wyden issues warning after May, 2018, noted to be the warmest ever recorded in U.S.

Plan ahead: I-84 construction will affect…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Department of Transportation officials are urging motorists to learn more about the closures and plan ahead.

Portland Clean Energy Fund doubles signatures…

Portland Tribune - News
The campaign for a city initiative announced more than 60,000 petition names were collected to put measure before voters this fall.

Measure making it harder to tweak taxes makes ballot

Portland Tribune - News
A possible state investigation into how signatures were gathered for IP 31 threatens to call its viability into question.

Hayes seeks 'fresh start' with bankruptcy

Portland Tribune - News
The former first lady of Oregon threatened for a month to file for bankruptcy, but her filing still lacks details such as her monthly income and list…

Audit sounds alarm at animal shelter

Portland Tribune - News
Problems continue to fester two years after critical audit of Multnomah County facility.

No more status quo: Dixon wants to shake up local…

Portland Tribune - News
County party's vice chair wants more diverse meetings and is working to make it happen.

Sources Say: Democrats vocal in support of labor…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Democratic Oregon U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley doesn't want to talk about giving up his seat to run for president.

Cop: Block release of alleged sex crime report

Portland Tribune - News
Union goes to court to keep sex assault investigation in Clark County secret.

Blues Fest cooks up Rose City summer fun

Portland Tribune - News
The four-day festival includes more than 100 performers playing American roots music on four stages.

First College Possible student graduates from PSU

Portland Tribune - News
Vietnamese student attributes her success to college readiness programs and mentors along the way.

Outside In's longtime director wraps up job

Portland Tribune - News
Kathy Oliver recalls career of serving homeless youth in Portland for almost four decades.

High costs underpower electric vehicle surge

Portland Tribune - News
Chevy Bolt touted as most affordable, but it's all relative, and advocates say public incentives are still needed.

Meet affordable housing bond's biggest foe

Portland Tribune - News
Joe Keizur believes local governments drive up home costs and they can create more affordable homes without raising taxes.

Study: Oregon most reliant state on state income…

Portland Tribune - News
About 41.6 percent of Oregon's state and local taxes came from the state income tax in 2015, according to the analysis from the Washington,…

Inventory: State has 62,000-plus affordable units

Portland Tribune - News
A new database, with affordable housing addresses and expiration dates, set to be unveiled to the public later this month, is designed to help…

Health officials warn that hundreds may be exposed…

Portland Tribune - News
A person with a confirmed case of measles visited a local hospital emergency room and spent time in a Gresham child care center in late June,…

IP 22 backers want 'sanctuary' law put to vote

Portland Tribune - News
Allegations against a paid signature-gathering firm employed by the campaign could affect whether the signatures supporters plan to submit to the…

Political scientist: Follow the money for governor

Portland Tribune - News
Pacific University's Jim Moore says big flow of summer money may indicate better odds for GOP's Knute Buehler, who is trying to break a 32-year…

County's mental health system a confusing…

Portland Tribune - News
Consultant urges hiring a leader with 'lived experience' to help those needing assistance better access services.

County sues feds over sex-education funding

Portland Tribune - News
Programs touting abstinence would be ones to get federal grants for pregnancy prevention.

State imposes new water testing rules in wake of…

Portland Tribune - News
About 150 to 200 water systems in the state may be affected by the new rules, according to the Oregon Health Authority.

ADUs often more affordable, except when short-term…

Portland Tribune - News
Portland State University survey provides new insights about fast-growing residential trend in the city.

Investing in the environment

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon BEST rebrands as VertueLab and announces new strategy after 10 years in Portland.

Anti-union group launches campaign on Janus decision

Portland Tribune - News
The Freedom Foundation plans an email and canvassing campaign to inform Oregon's public-sector workers that union fees are no longer mandatory.

Jason Washington mourned at 'Disarm PSU' rally

Portland Tribune - News
Student Union protests Portland State University at Pioneer Square after fatal shooting on June 29.

Feds return Eastmoreland historic district plan for…

Portland Tribune - News
State historic preservation agency must determine if thousands of new trusts created by opponents of the district are valid.

Firefighters: Dry conditions, illegal fireworks…

Portland Tribune - News
Fire bureau says citizens should understand the risk posed by fireworks during the next few days should.

Old 25-acre landfill officially becomes new Cully…

Portland Tribune - News
The Portland park is now open to community members after years of planning and fundraising

Man shot and killed in East Portland

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Police identify victim in Sunday evening shooting but do not release any suspect information.

Police identify homicide victim found near Goodwill

Portland Tribune - News
Kenneth Coleman, 44, found 'not breathing' outside Goodwill on Halsey Street on Friday, June 29.

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