On a recent Sunday, readers of The Oregonian’s print edition unwrapped the paper to find more bad news about Portland—although it was partly obscured by the promise of happier times.
Brooke Steger had never met Steve Novick before they attended a September event at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center. Steger is the regional general manager of Uber, the $41 billion company whose,Cover Story
The Portland Trail Blazers fired general manager Neil Olshey this morning for “violations of the Portland Trail Blazers’ code of conduct”.
Multnomah County prosecutors on Thursday announced that a grand jury has indicted a security guard for second-degree murder for fatally shooting a man sitting in his car in a North Portland shopping center parking lot.
Two people died in Portland traffic the night before Thanksgiving, adding to an unprecedented death toll on the city’s roads.
Imagine, if you will, a 23-acre campus for the most downtrodden people in Portland.
Two state representatives—both progressive women of color—have signed onto an open letter denouncing the advocacy campaign People for Portland for engaging in what the letter characterizes as racist fear-mongering that demonizes the poor.
Nearly two years after
The Mulnomah County auditor has redrawn the districts for the county board of commissioners.
A Portland tech executive is at the center of the latest public relations nightmare for Facebook.