Oct 10, 2013
30,000 Students Walk & Bike to Healthier Habbits
That sentiment was echoed by kids across the Oregon yesterday as over 30,000 students walked or rode to school for International Walk+Bike to School Day.
Tickets available for Wild About the Wetlands; scuffle between police, campers and dog ends with arrest
Tickets available for Wild About the Wetlands; scuffle between police, campers and dog ends with arrest: Southeast and Southwest Portland news Patrick Noe uses father's old woodworking instruments to carve a scene in wood which he presses it onto slabs of clay.
Boy Scouts' 'perversion files' reveal wide cover-up
An array of local authorities -- police chiefs, prosecutors, pastors and town Boy Scout leaders among them -- quietly shielded scoutmasters and others who allegedly molested children, according to a newly opened trove of confidential files compiled from 1959 to 1985.
Clark County voters' decision on C-Tran sales tax proposal will affect light rail, buses
Voters in the C-Tran district of Clark County are facing a Nov. 6 ballot measure that would pay for operating and maintaining MAX light rail in the county and for building and operating a new bus rapid transit line.
Maplewood Road construction could lead to widespread safety improvements in Southwest Portland
Glenn Bridger walks with Joe Vanderveer, in wheelchair, and Portland Bureau of Transportation's Mark Lear along a sloping gravel drainage bordering Southwest Garden Home Road.