1 hr ago | KATU-TV Portland
Police are searching for a man who held up a Southeast Portland convenience store with a handgun on Thursday morning.
3 hrs ago | Lake Oswego Review
Patrick Stupfel began skipping school in fourth grade, when his divorced parents were working long hours and he was forced to take the bus to school.
7 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Clackamas County will not renew its contract with a sex offender treatment clinic that has been the source of angry protests in two Southeast Portland neighborhoods.
10 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
The Beaumont-Wilshire Neighbors for Responsible Growth decided Wednesday night to file a second notice of intent to appeal involving an apartment development planned for Northeast Fremont Street.
12 hrs ago | Portland Tribune
Literary Arts has announced its 2013-14 arts and lectures season. The lineup: Salman Rushdie, Oct.
17 hrs ago | Eugene Weekly
With music institutions - especially those in less commercial genres - struggling musicians and fans have had to get social and entrepreneurial, increasingly relying on grassroots funding and informal venues.
Backbone: Early Vancouver Experimental Cinema, 1967-1981 Richard Martin's documentary about... well, Vancouver experimental cinema from 1967 to 1981, accompanied by "some of the essential works that Martin's film touches upon." Whitsell Auditorium .
FOR THOSE WARRING against Portland's decades-old legacy of gang violence, 2013 has been, so far, something of a luxury.
A Gresham man is accused of stealing a car in the city and leading police on a chase through Northeast Portland early Wednesday morning.
A man brandishing a handgun entered a Baskin Robbins Ice Cream store at 11011 N.E. Halsey St.
A car crashed into a power pole overnight, cutting off electricity to thousands of people in southeast Portland.
A four-car crash shut down traffic at a southeast Portland intersection Wednesday morning.
ANYTHING HELPS: Mayor Charlie Hales is signaling that he will launch a new effort to deal with homelessness and panhandling.
Modern Vampires of the City finds the group without prep-school gimmickry and Afro-pop appropriation, instead revealing a self-assured pop craftsmanship.
What is this Union Cab company, with its splashy periwinkle and orange sherbet-colored cars? Can Union be trusted? And who gave it permission to operate here? Your signature suggests you may have a dog in this fight, Cabbie-though I suppose it's possible you're taking poetic license, sort of like when I drop an "Order of the British Empire" between ... (more)
Workmen are putting the finishing touches on a new Directors Mortgage sign to cover the advertising space hovering over the corner of Northeast 37th Avenue and Sandy Boulevard.
A screening of "Guilty 'Til Proven Innocent" will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, at the Hollywood Theatre.
A recent photograph shows Ivanice "Ivy" Harris, 29, on a beach in Hawaii while on vacation.