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Why would anyone be such a commie fussbudget as to expect that a large Job Creator like PGE knew how to keep its own equipment running? On Sunday I was walking through downtown Portland, and noticed that some traffic lights were out.
A gang bust announced earlier this week by Oregon's U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall and Multnomah County Sheriff's Office brought in 74 guns .
Icy conditions on Northwest Logie Trail Road have caused a closure near Skyline Boulevard.
Sheriff Dan Staton says his office won't repeat the budget misstep that cost the county $508,000 last year.
The colors of Autumn and falling chestnuts grace the grounds of Lone Fir Cemetery on Sunday, October 13, 2013.
Three transportation projects in east Multnomah County financed by $12 million in new federal funding could help drive thousands of new jobs to the area, backers say.
Brice Pine tried to cover up the grisly remains of the killing of Marc Leverett, 41, who was gunned down outside Brice's garage in Southeast Portland on Tuesday evening.
PORTLAND -- Police responded to four separate suicide attempts Tuesday, including two confirmed fatalities, one person who suffered life-threatening injuries and a fourth who was missing in the Willamette River, a spokesman said.
Portland and Multnomah County governments were getting back to normal Wednesday morning while Portland Public Schools were opening two hours late because of heavy fog and icy roads.
Yes, Kristena LaMar, a senior Multnomah Circuit judge, presides over "the most technologically advanced courtroom I've ever seen."
December 9, 2013 - Governor John Kitzhaber announced his bid for reelection Monday morning at Earl Boyles Elementary School.
A sweeping crackdown on white supremacist gangs in eastern Multnomah County included more than 40 indictments for violent crimes and drug manufacturing.
Photographs of the members of white supremacist gangs are on display during a news conference in Portland, Ore.
Beaverton-based Day Comprehensive Project Management will manage the replacement of the aging Multnomah County Courthouse.
State Sen. Jackie Dingfelder and state Rep. Michael Dembrow, right, look at the route for a bike ride they helped lead in 2009.