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The Rev. LeRoy Haynes, of the Albina Ministerial Alliance's Coalition for Justice and Police Reform, called Portland's settlement agreement with Portland police Capt.
This week's Mercury takes a brief look at witness testimony in the June 12 police shooting that left a 23-year-old homeless man dead.
A skycap pushed Benton Mackenzie's wheelchair through the crowd of travelers at Portland International Airport, some glad to escape Portland on a rainy summer day and others just happy to be back home.
The 104-year-old Multnomah County Courthouse is set to be replaced by a bigger, safer, LEED gold certified building.
Welcome back to Unfiltered , the column by Emily McIntyre that explores the new, the old, and the futuristic in one of the most dynamic coffee scenes in the world.
New Seasons CEO Wendy Collie won a Portland Business Journal 2014 Women of Influence Award.
In the housing market's glory days, would-be buyers would line up outside the sales office for an unfinished condo building, checkbooks in hand and angling for prime units.
A man was found dead late Tuesday night by police responding to reports of a shooting at Southeast Harold Street and 57th Avenue.
Mondo Croquet isn't entirely different from traditional croquet. You still knock balls through wickets on grassy lawns, but instead of small croquet balls you use bowling balls.
The organizers of The Big Float love the Willamette River. How much do they love it? Enough to throw it a parade, a party and a massive gathering on inner tubes, launched from a beach they recently created to encourage Portlanders to get in the water.
A complex under construction on North Williams Avenue and North Mason Street could be the sign of what's to come for streets such as Lombard Avenue and Killingsworth Street, according to the city's draft comprehensive plan released this week.
Teamaker Tony Tellin demonstrates a tasting at Steven Smith Teamaker's original Northwest Portland location.
Immigration activists held a demonstration in downtown Portland on Tuesday to welcome unaccompanied child immigrants rumored to be arriving in Portland within the next few weeks.
Police examine Travis Blake Utley's SUV after he was shot in an escalating confrontation with Milwaukie officers.
Portland's revenue bureau is at the end of the first wave of a collection drive for the Portland Arts Education and Access Fund, and the effort seems to be paying off.
The first big rainfall after a dry, hot spell has created slick roads and a traffic nightmare for Tuesday morning commuters in the Portland area.
At Lents Park in Southeast Portland, Zachary, 7, and his buddy Jaden, 6, don't have a care in the world.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 01:44 am
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