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TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Repeat winter storms brought heavy snowfall and ice that shut down schools in the region. That has a big impact on employees who work by the hour.
January 24, 2017

Snow days weigh on school workers' wallets

by Shasta Kearns Moore
When the inclement weather shut down most schools for nine days, in addition to winter break and holidays, many employees started panicking about how they were going to make ends meet.
GOV. KATE BROWN'S OFFICE - Oregon Business Association co-founder Nik Blosser has been hired as Gov. Kate Brown's new chief of staff.
January 24, 2017

Governor hires new chief of staff

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Gov. Kate Brown has hired a co-founder of the Oregon Business Association to succeed Chief of Staff Kristen Leonard.
COURTESY PDC - The North/Northeast Community Development Initiative Action Plan intends to target the same neighborhoods as the old Interstate Corridor urban renewal area with its remaining $32 million in TIF funds.
January 24, 2017

A new plan for Interstate Corridor

by Jules Rogers
When the urban renewal area was established in 2001, it was supposed to benefit existing residents and businesses in the historically black neighborhoods of North and Northeast Portland. But statistics reinforce that these communities did not…


January 24, 2017

Legislative leaders seek compromise on tax reform

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Opponents in record corporate sales tax measure still have not met face-to-face to negotiate a compromise on reform.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DANA HAYNES - One commuter braved the otherwise-impassable streets of downtown Portland during the height of the last storm.
January 24, 2017

Mayor: Response to storm fell short

by Jim Redden
The City Council has declined to buy additional snow removal equipment in the past, arguing it would only be used every few years, at most. Mayor Ted Wheeler also said he intends to look at how well the city communicates with the public and whether…
COURTESY: JOAN MARCUS - 'Hamilton' will be here in a couple months.
January 24, 2017

'Hamilton' finally coming to Portland stage

by Jason Vondersmith
The very popular play, a modern take on Alexander Hamilton, will be here March 20-April 8
January 23, 2017

Portland business leaders oppose Trump's end to TPP trade pact

by Jim Redden
Trump's action was not a surprise. The TPP agreement was never approved by Congress and both Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton came out against it during the 2016 elections.
REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Donlan Jones offers a lesson to eighth-grader Nick Di Re in a math class Jan. 17 at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School.
January 23, 2017

From Cold War to the classroom

by Jillian Daley
Former college professor, who once had Top Secret clearance and helped develop the first low-cost computer graphics display, says he was having trouble 'sitting around' after leaving Beaverton-based Tektronix in 1990.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - An anti-Trump demonstrator approaches police lines on the Burnside Bridge Friday during the Rise Up and Resist Facism protest in Portland.
January 23, 2017

VIDEO: Police use tear gas, flash bangs to clear protest

by Pamplin Media Group
Inauguration Day protest fills city streets, draws vigorous police response
COURTESY PHOTO: KOIN 6 NEWS - A Portland Fire Bureau ladder bucket was used to rescue a woman from a fifth-floor unit Monday morning, Jan. 23, when a fire sent heavy smoke throughout the Northwest 18th Avenue building.
January 23, 2017

Five injured as smoke roils through NW Portland condo bulding

by KOIN 6 News
One man sustained traumatic injuries when he jumped from a second-story window. A woman had to be rescued from a fifth floor unit by a fire bureau ladder bucket.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Liz Bazzani
January 22, 2017

Police ask public's help to find missing 62-year-old Liz Bazzani

by Jim Redden
Liz Bazzani is described as 5'4' tall, 100 pounds, white hair, and green eyes. She was last seen wearing green Ugg-style boots, flowing light-colored pajama pants, and a blue sweater.
CLAIRE WITHYCOMBE/EO MEDIA GROUP - Protesters attend the women's march in Salem Saturday.
January 21, 2017

Speakers at Salem's women's march urge unity

by Claire Withycombe/Capital BureauWhile Oregon has a
While Oregon has a reputation for progressive policies, it also has a reputation for homogeneity and a history of discrimination against people of color.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Portland Women's March participants take to downtown streets Saturday in protest of the election of President Donald Trump.
January 21, 2017

SLIDESHOW: Portland Women's March draws tens of thousands

by Pamplin Media Group
The Portland Women's March Saturday drew tens of thousands of protesters to Tom McCall Waterfront Park.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Police decked out in riot gear march down Broadway Street in downtown Portland Friday night following protests against the inaugaration of Donald Trump as President. An estimated 10,000 or more people took part in the protest.
January 21, 2017

SLIDESHOW: Anti-Trump protesters take to Portland streets

by Pamplin Media Group
Up to 10,000 protesters take to the streets Friday on Inauguration Day
STATE OF OREGON - DHS Director Clyde Saiki
January 21, 2017

DHS director says safety, alleviating poverty will be prioritized

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
Legislative budget framework falls 9 percent short of what's needed to meet department's needs.
WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND WILDLIFE - Gillnetters fish the Columbia River. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission Friday backed off a plan to ban gillnetting in the main channel of the lower Columbia River.
January 21, 2017

Gillnetters retain access to main Columbia channel

by Eric Mortenson/Capital Bureau
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Commission Friday backed off a plan to ban gillnetting in the main stem of the lower Columbia River.
COURTESY PHOTO: MCSO - Multnomah County sheriff's deputies said the body of a man was found Friday morning, Jan. 20, near Northwest Skyline Boulevard.
January 20, 2017

Man's body found near NW Skyline Blvd.

by Pamplin Media Group
Sheriff's office detectives said there were no signs of foul play.
January 20, 2017

Washington County deputy files civil rights lawsuit

by Peter Wong
Action seeks damages based on sexual misconduct by a now-fired deputy who was convicted last fall.
COURTESY: OHSU - Dr. Bruce Goldberg, senior fellow at the Oregon Health and Science University Center for Health Systems Effectiveness and senior associate director at Oregon Rural Practice Based Research Network, speaks to a crowd at the Lucky Lab on Jan. 19.
January 20, 2017

Experts: 'Trumpcare' will offer no magical solutions

by Shasta Kearns Moore
''We may see that all go away. And, to be honest, that's one of the things I'm really, really worried about,' says OHSU researcher Bruce Goldberg.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - Protesters and police clashed during the late evening Friday, hours after a peaceful rally and march at Pioneer Courthouse Square.
January 20, 2017

Protesters stoke anti-Trump flames at downtown rally

by Pamplin Media Group
UPDATE: Hours after peaceful rally and march, raucous groups clash with police.
January 26, 2017

Obama commutes sentences of Portland-area convicts, some with serious charges

by Jim Redden
Reductions intended to address problems caused by lengthy sentences for non-violent drug crimes.
January 19, 2017

Lake Oswego students plan Inauguration Day bake sale

by Pamplin Media Group
Parents say the goal is to show children that they can make a difference and 'impact our community in a positive way'
January 19, 2017

Why so few Airbnb permits? Could tax avoidance be a reason?

by Steve Law
Airbnb offers a 'quick reference guide' for prospective Portland hosts on its website, essentially a checklist to get started. It mentions they need to file for a city business license, notify neighbors, file a permit application and get an…
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January 19, 2017

Lawmakers' spending framework includes cuts, no new taxes

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
Joint Ways and Means Committee co-chairs lay groundwork for budget talks in the 2017 session.
January 19, 2017

TriMet to suspend downtown service Friday if protests become 'dangerous'

by Jim Redden
UPDATE: Confusion after Mayor Ted Wheeler says he will not allow anti-Trump protesters to disrupt transit service.

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PARIS ACHEN - Left to right, Oregon Transportation Commissioners Paula Brown, Alando Simpson, Tammy Baney and David Lohman listen to presentation on the state highway fund revenue forecast Jan. 19, 2017 at the state Transportation Building in Salem.
Jan 19, 2017

OTC nixes expected release of draft ODOT review

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Oregon Transportation Commission heard an update on the schedule for completion and release of the findings.
COURTESY PHOTO - Providence Health is one of Portland's largest employers. This shows the St. Vincent Medical Center in Beaverton.
Jan 19, 2017

Portland region's economy fueled by tax dollars

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Seven out of 10 of the region's largest employers are either government agencies or health care systems. Health care also is funded largely by government.
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - Clackamas County commissioners will stay in a lawsuit against the state on timber revenue, but could ask for timber land instead of money if the counties previal.
Jan 19, 2017

Clackamas board stays in timber lawsuit

by Peter Wong
But county commissioners propose recovery of state forest land, not money, if western Oregon counties prevail against the state.
KOIN 6 NEWS - Sarah Shaoul, owner of Black Wagon spearheaded the effort to bounce back from the winter storm slump.
Jan 19, 2017

Small businesses offer discounts to recover from storm

by KOIN 6 News
More than 80 businesses are participating in a program that offers 10 percent discounts on gift certificates purchased through Jan. 23.
Jan 19, 2017

Sources: Wyden knew about 'Trump dossier' before release

by Jim Redden
Oregon U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden will be able to press Trump officials and others on allegations in the now-infamous opposition research file on the incoming President.
CITY OF PORTLAND - City Auditor Mary Hull Caballero
Jan 15, 2017

Council reaction mixed to City Auditor's reform proposals

by Jim Redden
January 25 hearing is set for resolution that must be approved by Feb. 10 to qulaify for May 16 special election ballot.
TIMES PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Sen. Ginny Burdick was sworn into office on Monday. The 2017 legislative session kicks off Feb. 1.
Jan 19, 2017

Senate leader sees new revenue, transportation top agenda for…

by Dana Haynes
Burdick, whose district includes Tigard, is the highest-ranking legislator in Washington County and Southwest Portland. She chairs the Democratic caucus - the majority caucus - in the Senate…
COURTESY PHOTO: KOIN 6 NEWS - Mayor Ted Wheeler and Police Chief Mike Marshman talk with organizers of Saturday's Women's March after a City Hall press conference Wednesday afternoon.
Jan 18, 2017

Protest City gears up for weekend of rallies, marches

by Kevin Harden
'Peaceful protest is a bedrock of our society. We also understand that sometimes a limited number of people might seek the cover of these peaceful protest to commit acts of violence.'
COURTESY PHOTO: THE SLANTS - Members of The Slants played their songs in Washington, D.C., this week in anticipation of a U.S. Supreme Court hearing on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Jan 18, 2017

Justices prod, challenge attorneys at The Slants' Supreme Court…

by Pamplin Media Group
At issue in the legal fight: does the the government have some interest in disassociating itself from racial ethnic slurs?
TRIBUNE PHOTO: LYNDSEY HEWITT - City and county officials announced a new homeless shelter downtown on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Jan 18, 2017

Columbia Shelter downtown sleeps 78 people on first night

by Lyndsey Hewitt
Officials opened a new six-month, 100-bed homeless shelter on Tuesday in another public-private collaboration. Mayor says storm illustrates 'we have a long way to go.'
COURTESY PHOTO: U.S. MARINE CORPS SGT. JOHN RAUFMANN - National Guard members from across the country salute Sunday, Jan. 15, in Washington, D.C., during a rehearsal of the 58th presidential inauguration. Oregon guardsmen will be part of the security units at the event.
Jan 18, 2017

Oregon guardsmen join presidential inauguration security

by Pamplin Media Group
Federal officials expect between 800,000 to 1 million people will gather near the Capitol Friday, Jan. 20, for the inauguration of the 45th president, Donald J. Trump.
Broadway Books will give away Adichie's book Friday while supplies last.
Jan 18, 2017

Bookstore's inauguration day giveaway celebrates 'power of women'

by Kevin Harden
'It's in no way a protest. We could have easily given away the same book if Hillary (Clinton) had been elected. It would certainly make more sense to give it away if Hillary had been elected.'
Jan 18, 2017

State job growth doubled U.S. numbers in 2016

by Pamplin Media Group
Oregon's fastest growing industries in 2016 were construction, other services, professional and business services, and health care and social assistance.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - West Linn resident and Willamette Primary teacher Kevin Baumbach takes a picture with Trail Blazers sideline reporter Brooke Olzendam after a live interview during Jan. 11s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Jan 19, 2017

West Linn resident makes Blazer headlines

by Andrew Kilstrom
Kevin Baumbach walks and hitchhikes his way to Blazers game amidst snow storm
PORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Over 150 parties might have to pay shares of the EPA's Portland Harbor Superfund cleanup plan.
Jan 17, 2017

What's next for the Superfund cleanup?

by Jim Redden
Over 150 different businesses and governments might be liable for a share of the Portland Harbor cleanup bill. Now comes the hard part - getting them to pay.
Jan 17, 2017

Portland man granted presidential pardon

by Pamplin Media Group
Kurt David Christensen was among 64 people who received presidential pardons on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Jan 17, 2017

Clackamas board moves to resolve Stafford dispute

by Peter Wong
Three-year standoff with Metro ends as the county seeks to reaffirm a decision originally reached back in 2011.
COURTESY PHOTO: ROBERT MACGREGOR - Robert MacGregor of Yachats, right, designed Oregon's 'official' state tartan with the help of his longtime friend David Eddelston of Deschutes County, left. The tartan could be designed as the official state pattern by lawmakers this year.
Jan 17, 2017

Oregon's 'official' tartan gets a new chance to be official

by Kevin Harden
'A few years ago I was looking it up on line and saw that it had been official recognized by the Scottish Registry of Tartans, but not adopted by the state. Given the rich history of Scottish…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DIEGO DIAZ - Women demonstrated Dec. 3 in downtown Portland during the Portland Women March Against Hate. This Saturday, tens of thousands from around the region are expected at the Women's March on Portland.
Jan 17, 2017

Behind the scenes, Women's March on Portland wrestles with…

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Official wrested control of the Facebook-organized march from Eastern Oregon women to new Portland-based leaders.
PORTLAND TRIBUNE: JAIME VALDEZ - Lingering ice caused a MAX train to derail on a seldom-used track in the Rose Quarter on Friday.
Jan 17, 2017

Officials reviewing winter storm strategies

by Jim Redden
Regional leaders have promised changes to better handle such storms in the past, with mixed results. The last one to shut down the Portland region hit in December 2008, just as Sam Adams was…
Jan 17, 2017

Eight make final cut for Clackamas board vacancy

by Peter Wong
Public interviews set Jan. 25; almost all have held or sought public office before, and appointee will complete two years in the seat vacated by new Chairman Jim Bernard.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD ADVOCATES OF OREGON - A demonstration sign by Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon
Jan 18, 2017

Bill expands insurance mandate to cover abortions, other services

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Oregon's legislation would include coverage of birth control and abortion without copayments and coverage for men, transgender individuals and undocumented immigrants.
COURTESY PHOTO: THE SLANTS - Portland's Asian-American dance band The Slants hope the U.S. Supreme Court allows it to trademark its name, something that has been blocked because federal trademark officials said the name was offensive.
Jan 17, 2017

Slants hope Supreme Court ends band's legal dance around name,…

by Jason Vondermith
'It's an issue that could affect rest of country and maybe broader effect on the world, and maybe revoking a 70-year-old (trademark) law, and it's all about me, because I chose to name a band…
PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Terry W. Emmert, president of Emmert International, visits his friend Sharon Alexander at her salon in Gladstone at 18557 Portland Ave.
Jan 17, 2017

Gladstone plans to 'change locks' on Friday at 18505 Portland…

by Raymond Rendleman
UPDATE: City officials decided to delay changing the locks after Sharon Alexander said she has a doctor appointment and could not leave by the deadline. Alexander and other tenants say that they…
Jan 16, 2017

Real estate family donates space for homeless shelter a second…

by Lyndsey Hewitt
UPDATE: The Columbia Shelter, donated by the Menashe family, will be open Tuesday evening, Jan. 17.