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(503) 231-4222

2153 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97232   Directions



(503) 226-5000

1501 SW Jefferson St
Portland, OR 97201   Directions


Portland nonprofit provides free services to expunge juvenile records
08/04/2021 6:24pm

The nonprofit law firm Youth, Rights and Justice assists with applications, paperwork and can also help people get an attorney.

Blazers free agency roundup: With Norman Powell re-signed, is a big trade on the horizon?
08/04/2021 5:51pm

Portland has also signed backup center Cody Zeller and backup wings Ben McLemore and Tony Snell to one-year, minimum deals.

Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty planning to take legal action against Portland regarding false hit-and-run allegations
08/04/2021 5:50pm

Commissioner Hardesty was falsely accused of being involved in a criminal hit-and-run in March. The allegations were leaked to media before her name was cleared

Gov. Brown: Health care workers will need to get vaccinated or undergo weekly testing
08/04/2021 5:07pm

Oregon health care workers have until Sept. 30 to get fully vaccinated against COVID-19, otherwise face weekly testing.

Central Oregon glaciers, snowpack feeling the heat of climate change
08/04/2021 12:29pm

The rapid snowmelt that occurred in the spring and early summer has left midsummer snowmelt at historic lows. Experts say this could become the new normal.

KOIN 6 News
KOIN 6 News

(503) 464-0600

222 SW Columbia St
Portland, OR 97201   Directions


Brown: Health care workers must be vaccinated or tested weekly
08/04/2021 4:08pm

Governor Kate Brown announced on Wednesday that she is ordering health care workers statewide to get vaccinated or face weekly testing for COVID-19.

More wildfire smoke expected to move into region
08/04/2021 5:29pm

PORTLAND, Ore. KOIN - Wildfires in California are again pushing wildfire smoke in our direction on Wednesday. They are really starting to exhale smoke out into the atmosphere which is traveling north as you read this. Below is a loop of that shroud of smoke moving into Oregon. You can see the wildfires across the ...

'People have died': Proposed ordinance would outlaw street racing
08/04/2021 5:57pm

The new proposal would introduce penalties for those involved in street races, including $500 fines, towed cars and even possible jail time.

Hardesty to sue Portland for leak after false hit-run allegations
08/04/2021 1:44pm

Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty is planning on suing the City of Portland for wrongful leaks of information after a police report falsely accusing her of a hit-and-run crash was leaked to members of the media.

Shooting leaves 1 injured in Southeast Portland
08/04/2021 5:13pm

One person was injured in a shooting Wednesday afternoon in Southeast Portland, police said.


(503) 244-9900

7140 SW Macadam Ave
Portland, OR 97219   Directions


Klamath Falls struggles to embrace equity
08/04/2021 5:51pm

Following racial justice protests last summer, the Klamath Falls City Council created an equity task force. A year later, just before task force members presented their final report to the city council, a man in council chambers physically threatened the person leading the equity task force.

Oregon OSHA adopts 2 new rules to protect workers from wildfire smoke and excessive heat
08/04/2021 5:46pm

Oregon Occupational Safety and Health Administration has enacted two new rules to protect workers laboring during wildfire smoke and excessive heat.

Doubts surround legality of new temporary eviction ban
08/04/2021 5:20pm

The new eviction moratorium announced Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could run into opposition at the Supreme Court.

Nonprofit reduces homelessness with tailored services, one person at a time
08/04/2021 5:15pm

For 40 years, Portlands Central City Concern CCC has been helping people experiencing homelessness find shelter, and provide people what they need to transition to permanent housing and be able to keep it. CCC provides detox services, follow up substance abuse treatment, harm reduction programs, mental health counseling and even jobs for those in recovery.

Oregon health care workers will be required to get vaccinated or face frequent testing
08/04/2021 4:46pm

Gov. Kate Brown said the new rules will take effect Sept. 30.


(503) 548-6514

14975 NW Greenbrier Pkwy
Beaverton, OR 97006   Directions



(503) 231-4222

2153 SE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97232   Directions


Portland Business Journal
Portland Business Journal

(503) 274-8733

851 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR 97204   Directions


Intel partners with CNM for artificial intelligence workforce training program
08/04/2021 5:26pm

The semiconductor giant recently partnered with 18 schools in 11 states with a plan to train students in AI-related skills, and Central New Mexico Community College is offering the program.

Portland's Sneaker Week set to launch with plethora of design expertise, parties
08/04/2021 5:14pm

The series of events kicks off tomorrow.

Northwest Cider Association moves to bring industry together
08/04/2021 4:19pm

The Northwest Cider Association, which works with around 60 cideries in Oregon, is working to bring more variety and life to the cider industry.

Portland State University researcher: Oregon land-use planning rules 'abused' for 40 years
08/04/2021 4:05pm

Developers completed apartment projects that were in the pipeline before inclusionary zoning, and the pipeline dried up, says PSUs Gerard Mildner.

Oregon health care workers must get vaccinated or test weekly for Covid, Brown says
08/04/2021 4:00pm

Gov. Kate Brown announced the new rule on Wednesday as the Delta variant surges and more hospital systems announce vaccine requirements.

The Oregonian
The Oregonian

(503) 221-8481

1500 SW 1st Ave
Portland, OR 97201   Directions


The Portland Tribune
The Portland Tribune

(503) 684-0360

6605 SE Lake Rd
Portland, OR 97222   Directions


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