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2153 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97232   Directions

(503) 231-4222



1501 SW Jefferson St
Portland, OR 97201   Directions

(503) 226-5000


Father arrested on aggravated murder charges; search continues for missing Salem boy, mother
05/24/2019 9:22pm

Karissa Alyn Fretwell, 25, and her 3-year-old son, William Billy Fretwell, havent been seen since May 13.

Greatest grapes: Oregon's top 10 wine producers
05/24/2019 6:14pm

Nine of the top 10 producers are in the Willamette, and six are in Yamhill County, the heart of Oregon wine country.

Family of MAX stabbing victim sues TriMet, Portland police for $10M
05/24/2019 3:12pm

The family of Taliesin Namkai-Meche says TriMet and Portland police were previously aware of Christians behavior, and were negligent for not intervening.

'I’m sorry. I’ll leave': Ax-wielding robber one-upped by store clerk's handgun
05/24/2019 6:59pm

The suspect put the hatchet down on the counter and told the clerk, Im sorry. Ill leave.

Report: Wine purity bill that easily passed Oregon Senate dies in House committee
05/24/2019 3:01pm

An effort via legislation to end what some Oregon wine growers characterized as deceptive branding of Oregon grown varietals by California wine companies has died in

KOIN 6 News

222 SW Columbia St
Portland, OR 97201   Directions

(503) 464-0600



7140 SW Macadam Ave
Portland, OR 97219   Directions

(503) 244-9900


837 Acres At Clatskanie Port Remain Farmland, For Now
05/24/2019 5:45pm

Columbia Countys plan to turn 837 acres of Oregon farmland into an industrial site along the Columbia River is headed back to the county for revisions again.

Trump Administration To Close 2 Northwest Forest Service Job Training Centers
05/24/2019 5:20pm

The U.S. Forest Service job centers provide vocational training to low-income youth.

Portland And Nyssa Students To Represent Oregon At Scripps Spelling Bee
05/24/2019 2:01pm

Two Oregonians are headed to Washington, D.C., to compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee.The competition starts Tuesday.

Sister Of MAX Stabbing Victim Sues TriMet, Portland Police Bureau
05/24/2019 9:58am

Vajra Alaya-Maitreya, the sister of Taliesin Namkai-Meche who was killed two years ago on a MAX train, is suing TriMet and Portland Police for more than $10 million.

News Roundtable | Opioid Tapering | Death Penalty
05/24/2019 9:36am

The Oregon Health Authority will no longer require certain chronic pain patients to stop using opioids. A bill would limit when the state can use the death penalty. And we discuss the biggest news of the week.


14975 NW Greenbrier Pkwy
Beaverton, OR 97006   Directions

(503) 548-6514



2153 SE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97232   Directions

(503) 231-4222


Portland Business Journal

851 SW 6th Ave
Portland, OR 97204   Directions

(503) 274-8733


Portland construction jobs scale new heights, expecting future growth (Infographic)
05/24/2019 5:47pm

Construction wages have also risen substantially over the last decade as firms say they struggle to find skilled labor and subcontractors.

Teaching students how to adapt to changing worksites
05/24/2019 5:45pm

Hilary Campbell brings more than 20 years of experience in residential and commercial construction to her job overseeing the design/build remodeling offering within Portland Community Colleges building construction technology program. We spoke with her about how she prepares students for todays building worksite.What kind of skills and training do you focus on in your courses and how have they changed Two of my favorite classes are the commercial materials and methods class and the sustainable

How Oregon Works: Subcontractors in demand
05/24/2019 5:38pm

Mark BruunPresidentLorentz Bruun ConstructionAs a construction executive, Bruuns experience includes the Moda Center in Portland and several commercial projects in the metro area.What kind of skills are you currently having trouble finding among workers Given Lorentz Bruun Constructions unique in-house steel and concrete fabrication, we have had struggles securing qualified apprentices. As any general contractor in the greater Portland area can tell you, the greatest struggle continues

How Oregon Works: Robotics, drones and 3-D skills needed
05/24/2019 5:30pm

Dan MehlsVice president and general managerMortensonMehls is responsible for strategy and direction of Mortensons Portland office, including relationship management, construction, business development and outreach.What kind of skills are you currently having trouble finding among workers Craftworkers with technical skills are in high demand. Specifically, there is a shortage of electricians across the country, primarily due to the volume of data center work underway. Were also in need

How Oregon Works: Experienced supervisors are hard to find
05/24/2019 5:23pm

Erik TimmonsPresident and CEOYorke & CurtisTimmons leads a company with a portfolio ranging from small projects to $25 million undertakings.What kind of skills are you currently having trouble finding among workers Its difficult to find supervisors who have more than 10 years of experience in the field managing projects. Most of the people who have that experience are VERY well paid and they are loyal, so they dont move from one company to another.What kind of new tech skills are

The Oregonian

1500 SW 1st Ave
Portland, OR 97201   Directions

(503) 221-8481


The Portland Tribune

6605 SE Lake Rd
Portland, OR 97222   Directions

(503) 684-0360


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