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3 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Members of Portland's growing Ethiopian community and others march in May to protest killings in Ethiopia.
7 hrs ago | KATU-TV Portland
PORTLAND, Ore. Portland police said they intervened with a man who was threatening to kill himself with a gun or a large knife Sunday night.
11 hrs ago | Beaverton Valley Times
A Gresham man, Derek Allen Cranford, 25, of Gresham, died and his passenger was injured in a Saturday night single vehicle crash near Sam Barlow High School.
PORTLAND, Ore. A man who was shot in both legs early Saturday morning said it happened in S.E. Portland, but police weren't able to find a crime scene.
An emergency ordinance is set to go before Portland City Council on Wednesday to settle a pending federal civil rights lawsuit against Portland police.
Jess Taylor, 17, Jenna Montgomery, 15, pleaded guilty this week to kidnapping, robbery and assault charges in the beating of 16-year-old Dustyn Murrain on Feb. 10. Blue Kalmbach, who turned 16 in June, is to appear in court Aug. 21. Two teenagers pleaded guilty this week to kidnapping, assault and robbery charges for their roles in a brutal attack ... (more)
I just gutted a tenet of grammar, I know. Best is a superlative adjective and thus, technically, bestows on its subject exclusivity.
Multnomah County sheriff's deputies have seized the classic Cuda that turned up 13 years after it was reported stolen.
This Friday, Jan. 11, 2013 file photo, shows the Social Security Administration's main campus in seen in Woodlawn, Md.
Portland General Electric is recalling 70,000 residential meters because some are not performing up to standards and, in rare cases, catching fire.
The Oregon Cat benefit yard sale: Housewares, furniture, books, clothing and more will be available at this two-day yard sale, 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday at 343 B Ave., Lake Oswego.
One of Portland's most vexing downtown problems - repeated low-level violations by homeless men and women - remains mostly unchanged despite new policies intended to encourage violators to get help or suffer consequences, according to new data from the Multnomah County district attorney's office.
IN HIS OWN DEFENSE: Andrew F. Kowalczyk has been serving time in the Multnomah County Jail while his federal trial on sexual exploitation charges has been delayed more than a dozen times.
He was not the man police cited for the crime nor was he the one who pleaded in Clackamas County Circuit Court in August.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:51 pm
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