UPDATE: Police identify man found dead at Grant HS track

Portland Tribune - News
No suspect information was immediately released about the killing after the body wa discovered Sunday monring.

IPO threatens legal action if nominee not in governor…

Portland Tribune - News
The Independent Party of Oregon says organizers have to invite its gubernatorial nominee, Patrick Starnes, to debates or face the consequences.

Special Olympics Oregon cancels state games

Lake Oswego Review - News
Organization says it will focus on local programs after financial review shows a significant revenue shortfall

Portland's Ueland State Dept. nomination withdrawn

Portland Tribune - News
The Washington Post reported in March that 'eight of the top 10 State Department jobs are vacant, and some of the people Tillerson managed to get…

Father's Day storm catches Lake Oswego by surprise

Lake Oswego Review - News
Calls keep police and firefighters hopping, but only minor damage and no injuries were reported

Challenges say gun storage plan 'unduly burdens law-abiding…

Portland Tribune - News
The court challenge drastically shortens the time supporters have to gather signatures to get Initiative Petition 44 on the ballot.

To the top! Portland hosts tree climbing competition

Portland Tribune - News
International Society of Arboriculture hosts TCC at Irving Park on Saturday, June 16 in Portland.

Christians gather to protest 'zero-tolerance' immigration…

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Organizers say federal policies to seperate undocumented parents from their children is appalling.

Weekend police reports: Carjacking, shooting, street race

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Police stayed busy with incidents on Marine Drive, at Peninsula Park, at Kmart and more.

Local attorney recognized for pro bono work

Lake Oswego Review - News
John Koch awarded the Multnomah Bar Association's Pro Bono award for his work with Senior Law Project

New dispensary uses city grant for apprenticeship program

Portland Tribune - News
Green Hop, the first ever hip hop pot shop, opens doors in North Portland on Saturday, June 16.

Bat found in Lake Oswego tests positive for rabies

Lake Oswego Review - News
No one was scratched or bitten, but family pets may have been exposed to the sick animal

Ex-wife admits role in forced-labor scheme

Lake Oswego Review - News
Tanya Jumroon pleads guilty in case involving restaurants in Lake Oswego and Ridgefield that she and her husband no longer own

Portland leaders rename downtown street for Harvey Milk

Portland Tribune - News
Organizers of the renaming said they hoped to find other ways to honor lesser-known figures in the gay rights movement who are from Oregon or did the…

Cause of state network outage still unknown

Portland Tribune - News
The core network that supports 80 state agencies collapsed Saturday, June 9, and state officials still don't know why.

Man gets 3 to 4 months for groping woman in PCC library

Portland Tribune - News
Kevin Taylor, 55, of Fairview, was convicted by a jury following the incident in November, 2016.

Man dies after dropping from downtown parking garage

Portland Tribune - News
The man was found dead on Southwest 6th Avenue on Thursday, June 14 in Portland, police say.

Lake Oswego girl, 15, struck while crossing Kruse Way

Lake Oswego Review - News
Teen suffers broken leg, lacerations after being hit by a vehicle going 35 mph

Damon Mabee wants to be Oregon City's next mayor

Clackamas Review - News
OC substitute teacher, planning commissioner files for election in November

Oregon on the road to freeway tolling

Portland Tribune - News
State will ask federal government for OK to impose fees on Portland freeways by the end of the year.

Chinese company also wants to restart Newberg paper mill

Portland Tribune - News
Mill could provide a market for Oregon's recycled paper now languishing in recycling centers; in a turnaround, owner now says it might sell to a new…

Vigil honors 'Chef Brophy' after fatal shooting

Portland Tribune - News
Hundreds remember Oregon Culinary Institute's Daniel Brophy in wake of unsolved murder.

Let PGE control your thermostat(you'll save energy and…

Portland Tribune - News
Program designed to allow utility company reduce electricity use during peak hours.

Freeway tolling forums scheduled

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Transportation Commission is considering five options for tolling some or all of I-5 and I-205 in the Portland area.

County authorizes bid for more expensive homeless shelter

Portland Tribune - News
Even Commissioner Loretta Smith approves moving forward on Foster Shelter now estimated at $3 million.

Study will look at future of south riverfront

Portland Tribune - News
The city will study the South Reach of the Willamette River that includes recreation, housing, and commercial uses.

Former surrogacy services owner faces felony charges

Portland Tribune - News
Sherwood woman previously profiled in the Portland Tribune accused of bilking Seattle couple.

Sources Say: Using Wapato as jail not new idea

Portland Tribune - News
Opposition surfaces to Metro's affordable housing bond, which has the support of regional leaders.

Former state rep, neighbors to settle Oregon City park…

Clackamas Review - News
Illegal tree-cutting epidemic continues as commissioners set to consider settlement agreement

Study: A fifth of rural Oregon kids live in poverty

Portland Tribune - News
A report from Save the Children places Oregon 24th among states in terms of how its rural children are faring economically.

Council approves affordable housing purchase

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler defends relatively high $275,000 per unit cost by citing life cycle expenses.

City set to levy two new fees on Airbnb, HomeAway rentals

Portland Tribune - News
Hosts say they don't affect affordable housing supply, but city commissioners are unconvinced; fees would support affordable housing and tourism…

Brown, Buehler lose IPO nomination

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Kate Brown, a Democrat, and GOP gubernatorial nominee Knute Buehler both had sought the Independent Party of Oregon nomination for governor.…

Parents fear losing electives in push to meet P.E. law

Portland Tribune - News
An online petition is pushing for more options, but Superintendent Guerrero says he will work to ensure middle grade students will still get to have…

Man talked off ledge of Fremont Bridge, police say

Portland Tribune - News
The man was transported to a local medical center for mental health treatment on June 12.

Construction, health care lead way (again) in May job growth

Portland Tribune - News
The unemployment rate has been at or near 4.1 percent for 17 consecutive months, the lowest level since 1976.

Building affordable housing not so affordable

Portland Tribune - News
Some affordable housing developers question Portland's claim that more expensive projects pay for themselves over time.

Guerrero lays out $1.4 billion 'brighter future' budget for…

Portland Tribune - News
Critics say the 2018-19 Portland Public Schools budget is too light on details but most board members approved it anyway on faith in the new…

DHS struggles to fill child welfare jobs

Portland Tribune - News
As it works to fill 186 new jobs created by the Legislature, the child welfare division has more than 100 vacancies due to normal attrition.

Pair suspected of stealing 'at least' 200 identities

Portland Tribune - News
Nicholas Devranos and Toni Collins arrested on June 11 after chase on 'Onewheel' in Portland.

Quake expert: Portland needs to shake up seismic…

Portland Tribune - News
City standard expected to balance safety with cost. It doesn't go far enough, Goldfinger says.

Buehler's tax returns show donations, about $1…

Portland Tribune - News
GOP nominee and his wife released returns as part of a campaign pledge showing they paid almost $250,000 in federal taxes in 2017.

City Hall Update: City answers questions about…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, second online open house for City in Motion and new South Portland sextant created to solve address confusion.

North Clackamas Chamber announces winners

Clackamas Review - News
State Rep. Bill Kennemer being honored for lifetime achievement; Galli Murray of Clackamas County Behavioral Health to get the Joseph Krumm…

'Multiple' bullets strike Tik Tok Restaurant & Bar

Portland Tribune - News
Police say a man threatened a person inside the Division Street pub before the shooting on June 11.

Man arrested after assaulting police officer

Portland Tribune - News
Twenty-three-year-old arrested on 10 charges after allegedly striking Portland cop.

Fleet Week ships slowly sail out of Rose City

Portland Tribune - News
Three downtown bridges were lifted between 7:30 and 10 a.m. Monday, June 11, as the ships sailed for the Columbia River and the Pacific Ocean.

Foster shelter renovation costs increase by $1…

Portland Tribune - News
Multnomah County Commission will consider authorizing bids for the controversial homeless shelter in Southeast Portland on Thursday.

Deal reached to continue high school student TriMet…

Portland Tribune - News
Work group to be formed to develop long-term strategy to fund passes for students in the PPS, David Douglas and Park Rose districts.

Two drivers arrested after street race in NE…

Portland Tribune - News
Alleged street racing led to a police chase and two arrests on 148th Avenue late Sunday night.

Expert: Hayes would still owe judgment, ethics…

Portland Tribune - News
The former first lady's lawyer indicated that she plans to file bankruptcy in part to avoid paying a judgment to The Oregonian for legal fees…

PPS lawyer who lacked Oregon law license now has one

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon State Bar admits Jim Harris despite the agency's own pending complaint that he didn't get a license before practicing law for Portland…

North Portland bar robbed at gunpoint, police say

Portland Tribune - News
Barn Tavern on Denver Avenue was allegedly robbed by two men on Monday, June 11.

Police identify man found dead on Marx Street

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Victim was a 69-year-old man whose body was discovered at about 1 a.m. June 8, by North Precinct officers who were called to the house.

Legal Services Day clears $1.5 million in court fees

Portland Tribune - News
Hundreds gather at The Rosewood Initiative to redeem community service, drug treatment.

Grand Floral Parade splashes through the wet weather

Portland Tribune - News
Kiara Johnson crowned Rose Festival queen, the first ever to attend Parkrose High School.

2 arrested for displaying hatchet, gun in SE…

Portland Tribune - News
Samuel Sikes and Dathan McCrary were arrested on Friday, June 8 in the Foster-Powell neighborhood.

Clean sweep? Pitch A Tent reminds parade-goers of…

Portland Tribune - News
Ibrahim Mubarak and Right 2 Survive return to Grand Floral Parade route for eighth year.

ODFW Commission reverses decision to 'uplist'…

Portland Tribune - News
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted Thursday not to 'uplist' the marbled murrelet as an endangered species, reversing an earlier decision.

Beehive solar project draws new opposition

Portland Tribune - News
A solar project featuring honeybees in Oregon's Clackamas County is being appealed by farmland conservationists.

One dead in Hillsboro house fire

Hillsboro Tribune - News
Hillsboro Fire Department and TVF&R responded to a house fire on Thursday, June 7, where one woman died.

County dental patients may have been exposed to…

Portland Tribune - News
Tests offered for hepititis B, heptitis C and HIV after Improperly sterilized equipment used on some at Southeast Health Center Dental Clinic.

Photojournalist Jim Vincent dies at 86

Lake Oswego Review - News
Longtime Lake Oswego resident covered stories of every kind in a career that spanned four decades

55 arrested during Fleet Week sweeps

Portland Tribune - News
Naval Criminal Investigative Service and Portland Police seize drugs, a firearm and cash.

Challenges aimed at rifle ban initiative pile up at…

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Supreme Court sets June 18 deadline for state AG to respond to challenges by gun groups and others who say the certified ballot title doesn't…

Released shelter memo heavily censored

Portland Tribune - News
Mosts of the draft shelter expansion/reconfiguration memo ordered released by a Multnomah County judge is blacked out.

Owner won't allow Newberg paper mill to reopen

Portland Tribune - News
Would-be buyer says he'd reopen the mill and use Oregon's recycled paper as raw material, but mill owner insists on destroying the papermaking…

Metro refers $652.8 million housing bond to…

Portland Tribune - News
The regional measure would cost the owner of an average $240,000 home $60 a year for the life of the bond, Metro says.

Four cities ask Metro to expand urban growth…

Portland Tribune - News
Regional council will decide whether to aprove requests for more housing by end of year .

County explores municipal high-speed internet access

Portland Tribune - News
Advocates say public-owned internet could increase competition, lower rates, protect public access.

Crooked River Ranch murder suspect arrested in…

The Times - News
Gavin Smith-Brown is suspected of killing his mother in Jefferson County; major roads in Tualatin are blocked off early Thursday.

Council approves controversial urban growth plan

Portland Tribune - News
Three-to-one vote clears the way for taller buildings along the Willamette River, in Old Town/Chinatown, and in other parts of the Central City.

PSU's new student body president is the son of…

Portland Tribune - News
In this Q&A, Luis Balderas Villagrana talks about what it's like to be a DACA recepient, what students like him need to succeed and where he feels…

Immergut nominated to federal bench

Portland Tribune - News
The former U.S. Attorney for Oregon has been a Multnomah County circuit judge since July 2009.

Council carves out South Portland quadrant

Portland Tribune - News
Address changes intended to fix longtime problems for 911 dispatchers, emergency responders, and mail and package deliveries.

Portland immigrant Abel Getachew graduates, leads…

Portland Tribune - News
De La Salle North Catholic High School senior Abel Getachew will graduate this weekend with a full ride to Georgetown University, but has already…

Sources Say: Salem water crisis raises Portland…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, the sources of most of Max Wall's support may never be known and gang violence continues running ahead of last year's levels as summer…

Bill sacrifices Willamette Falls sea lions to save…

Portland Tribune - News
Schrader calls for 100 mammals to be killed each year by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

For sale to the highest bidder: 49,200-square-foot…

Portland Tribune - News
Hollywood Video mogul Mark Wattles' never-finished mega-mansion is on the auction block

Judge to decide fate for Milwaukie library, Pond…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County court to interpret May 2016 ballot measure authorizing $9.2M for library 'improvements' now proposed to be used for tearing down,…

Bands, drill teams and floats win Junior Parade…

Portland Tribune - News
Rose Festival officials announced the awards Wednesday evening after the parade through the Hollywood District.

Report: Food stamp fraud, misuse small, but costs…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon investigators claim five merchant convictions for food stamp fraud and $525,000 in court-ordered restitution.

Mayor's chief of staff takes job as TriMet COO

Portland Tribune - News
As chief of staff and director of strategic initiatives for Mayor Ted Wheeler, Henderson was responsible for a number of economic growth and transit…

Rose Fest fleet steams into Portland for tours,…

Portland Tribune - News
All the arrivals will require bridge lifts for at least the Broadway, Steel and Burnside bridges, both Wednesday and Thursday, and again Monday as…

Richardson diagnosed with brain cancer

Portland Tribune - News
The secretary of state, who is second in line to the governor, said he has begun treatment for the tumor, which was caught 'early.'

Portland schools may be able to turn (some) water…

Portland Tribune - News
A contractor says the lead problems are not as bad as originally thought and, after further testing to be sure, the vast majority of fixtures could…

'Tax parity' initiative closer to 2020 ballot

Portland Tribune - News
A proposed constitutional amendment to equalize tax rates for different types of businesses has enough signatures to secure a draft ballot title.

Portland to buy first new affordable housing project

Portland Tribune - News
Mayor Ted Wheeler unveils East Portland apartment building ahead on of next Wednesday's vote by the City Council.

Cops seek witnesses of Happy Valley crash injuring…

Clackamas Review - News
CCSO: Greyson Mbock, 18, struck by motorcycle rider Joseph Castro, 20, both of Happy Valley

20-year-old charged with killing man at his…

Clackamas Review - News
Ceontae Poston charged with killing Phillip Anthony Gatto Jr., murdered in September 2016

Affordable housing could be new Metro focus

Portland Tribune - News
Six of seven elected Metro Council members view ballot measure scheduled for Thursday vote favorably.

ADUs OUT OF YOUR PRICE RANGE? THINK AGAIN

Portland Tribune - News
Startup led by former city urban renewal director creates innovative model that requires no cash down for units

Political momentum building for family leave law

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers push to end a system in which 'vast majority of Oregonians . . . are forced to make impossible choices' when medical issues arise.

Was Elifritz shooting sound - or suspect?

Portland Tribune - News
Videos show man holding knife charging police, but some still contend the shooting was wrong.

Crews battle fire in Raleigh Hills restaurant

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Cause of the Tuesday, June 5, blaze at McMenamin's on Scholls Ferry Road remains unknown.

State health board to chart new reforms

Portland Tribune - News
Officials racing to set clear goals for program, companies serving one in four low-income Oregonians

Jury finds Portland father guilty of murdering…

Portland Tribune - News
Darian McWoods charged with killing his 15-month-old daughter, Kamaya Flores, in December 2013.

Two injured in early morning shooting

Portland Tribune - News
Investigators believe the victims were on a sidewalk on Southeast Ash Street when a suspect approached them and fired several shots at them.

City Hall Update: Report says 'kettling,' arrests…

Portland Tribune - News
Plus, Residential Infill Project work sessions set and the Office of Neighborhood Association is getting a new name.

Shooters in cars exchange fire in SE Portland

Portland Tribune - News
Mt. Tabor and Richmond neighbors report exchange of gunfire between two vehicles.

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