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A Vancouver woman alarmed after hearing a 5-year-old girl talk about bathing rituals contacted authorities who interviewed the child and then arrested a Beaverton police officer now charged with the rape of a child, according a police statement filed Thursday in Clark County Superior Court.
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Thirty men, of all ages and races, sat quietly in a room with blank white walls.
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A bank of video monitors glows in the darkened control room, as cameras continuously capture every nook of Multnomah County's Wapato Jail .
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Want proof that food carts are taken more seriously in Portland than in other cities? Seven food trucks arrived in Portland last week to compete in the Food Network's reality TV show "The Great Food Truck Race," and Multnomah County health inspectors insisted on visiting and inspecting each truck while it was operating and being filmed.
FOR THOSE WARRING against Portland's decades-old legacy of gang violence, 2013 has been, so far, something of a luxury.
Mt. Hood Community College is dishing up an old favorite: Its once-popular Strawberry Short Course Festival will return to the Gresham campus Saturday, June 22.
According to unofficial results from the three-county election, voters chose Sarah Howell and Liz Hartman for open positions on the board and gave John Wendland another term.
The second of three public hearings on Multnomah County's proposed budget for next year will get underway this evening at 6 p.m. at the East County Building in Gresham.
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Some of the 'sacred cows' that Mayor Charlie Hales vowed not to spare in next year's city budget won't be heading to the meatpacking plant just yet.
It's election day. If you haven't mailed your ballot, then you'll have to drop it at one of a couple dozen places around Multnomah County.
Residents are voting to keep Portland, Ore., as the largest U.S. city without fluoride in the water or any plans to add it.
At a September 2012 meeting, a protester interrupts the Portland City Council vote on adding fluoride to the Portland water supply.
Ballots are due by 8:00pm for today's special election. It's too late to mail. Among the hot issues are the fluoride vote in Portland, light rail and schools.
Jerry Dean Guess, 69, of Gresham was arrested on Friday and booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on one count of Luring a Minor.