City forcing Portland resident to remove trees at her expense

City forcing Portland resident to remove trees at her expense

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PORTLAND BUREAU OF TRANSPORTATION - An illustration of the risk factors on city streets from the Vision Zero Action Plan.
December 02, 2016

Council approves Vision Zero Action Plan

by Jim Redden
Plan includes 32 steps to eliminate fastal crashes and serious injury crashes by 2025
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DIEGO DIAZ - U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders greeted a new fan Thursday, Dec. 1, during his visit to Powell's City of Books. About 600 people waited for more than an hour to greet the former Democratic presidential candidate.
December 01, 2016

Portland book lovers greet Sanders' 'Revolution'

by Pamplin Media Group
Long lines snake through Powell's City of Books as 600 wait to meet former presidential candidate.
PARIS ACHEN - Gov. Kate Brown speaks Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016, at her ceremonial office at the state Capitol about her proposed budget for 2017-19.
December 01, 2016

Brown's 2017-19 budget 'a short-term solution'

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Governor says her plan should be seen as a starting point for 'broader conversation' about resources and shared values.


FILE PHOTO - This story will be updated as new information is released.
December 01, 2016

Gresham police searching for suspect in sexual assault

by Christopher Keizur
Suspect is described as a Caucasian man in his early to mid-20s, cleanly shaven, with light eyes and blond hair.
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - A new report says housing in Portland is more unaffordable. Low- or moderate-income families can only afford rent or housing in eight Portland neighborhoods, according to the new report.
December 01, 2016

Report: Portland housing increasingly unaffordable; new policies, plans could pay dividends

by Jim Redden
Housing Commissioner Dan Saltzman believes City Council efforts beginning to make a difference.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Public schools in the state, like Southeast Portland's Franklin High School at Marshall Campus shown here, are trying to rise out of challenges like chronic absenteeism, higher costs of educating students and aging infrastructure.
December 01, 2016

More public school students in the state than ever, and other surprising findings in Oregon's…

by Shasta Kearns Moore
The stereotypical Oregon student is white, English-speaking, poor enough to qualify for free or reduced lunch prices, and taught with more than 24 classmates in a large district.
KOIN 6 NEWS - Portland Resistence leader Hregory McKelvey spoke at a studenyt protest against Donald Trump at Holladay Park on Nov. 21.
December 01, 2016

Hales asks for investigation into protest use of force

by Cole Miller/KOIN News 6
The mayor announced Wednesday that he requested an investigation by the Independent Police Review after becoming aware of video footage showing officers using a bureau-taught pressure point maneuver while arresting a protester.
PORTLAND TRIBUNE: JAIME VALDEZ - As part of the first Superfund-related restortation project, earthmovers dug a nbew channel on the southern tip of Sauvie Island to allow juvenile salmon to feed and rest on their way to the ocean.
December 01, 2016

More expenses for the superfund cleanup plan

by Jim Redden
Although it has not yet received much attention, damage assessments and restoration work ordered by the Portland Harbor Natural Resource Trustee Council will be paid on top of the cleanup plan the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is…
December 01, 2016

Portland utility lawsuit trial begins Monday

by Jim Redden
Judge to consider who pays for Portland Harbor Superfund cleanup on first day
December 01, 2016

Clackamas County sheriff's expenses projected to outpace income

by Peter Wong
Commissioners and public members consider implications of the five-year outlook presented to the county budget committee.
PORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Chief Mike Marshman, shown at the announcement of his being named chief by Mayor Charlie Hales, has vowed to restore public trust in the police bureau.
December 01, 2016

Police chief put on the spot over cop with checkered past

by Nick Budnick
An internal investigation has found that in April 2015 Officer Scherise Hobbs used a confidential database for personal reasons, one that is explicitly restricted for law enforcement purposes. She did so to run the name of her former stepdaughter…
NATIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT DRAFT NOMINATION MAP - From the draft nomination, this map shows the proposed Eastmoreland Historic District boundaries.
December 01, 2016

Eastmoreland historic district boundaries focus of neighborhood meeting

by David F. Ashton
Opposition group 'Keep Eastmoreland Free' is concerned because the neighborhood association 'neglected to present it to our neighborhood.'
December 01, 2016

Sources: Kitzhaber's take on the election ... if anyone cares

by Jim Redden
Former Oregon governor is shocked and appealled by Trump's win, and confused, too
COURTESY KOIN 6 NEWS - Madaline Pitkin died in April 2014 while being held at the Washington County Jail. Her parents filed a lawsuit against the county on Nov. 30, 2016
December 01, 2016

Federal lawsuit seeks millions after inmate dies at Washington County Jail

by Geoff Pursinger
Madaline Pitkin died in her cell in 2014, but Washington County Sheriff's Office says it stands with Pitkin's family.
December 01, 2016

North Clackamas School District ranks high for attendance

by The Clackamas Review
Data for last year shows 86.8 percent of students regularly attend class.
PHOTO COURTESY: CCSO - The suspect vehicle was found flipped on its top in a home's driveway on Southeast 92nd Court.
November 30, 2016

Cops chase down suspects in Clackamas Town Center Forever 21 thefts

by Raymond Rendleman
On pursuit of suspects, the deputy lost sight of the vehicle, but soon relocated it flipped on its top in a home's driveway at 11030 S.E. 92nd Court.
PORTLAND TRIBUNE: JONATHAN HOUSE - Portland has now received bids ranging from $10 million to $10.5 million for Terminal 1 in Northwest Portland.
November 30, 2016

City receives higher bids for Terminal 1 the second time around

by Jim Redden
The first time the city put Terminal 1 up for sale, it also received seven bids, but they ranged from $6 million to $10 million. The sale was suspended after the City Council voted to allow developer Homer Williams to try to open a homeless shelter…
EO MEDIA - An audit released Wednesday found Oregon state agencies still have problems with IT security issues.
November 30, 2016

Audit: Agencies still face IT security vulnerabilities

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
The audit also found weaknesses in security awareness training and network security
EO MEDIA GROUP - The Oregon Department of Agriculture has been heavily involved in regulating the state's legal marijuana industry.
November 30, 2016

Marijuana testing poses regulatory quandaries for ODA

by Mateusz Perkowski/Capital Bureau
The Oregon Department of Agriculture has also been heavily involved in regulations
November 30, 2016

Former Oregon lawmaker, attorney general Hardy Myers passes away

by OPB
A lawyer who became a politician in the state Legislature in his 30s, Myers was then elected state attorney general three times. He'll be remembered for the settlement with big tobacco, which is still yielding the state millions of dollars in annual…
CITY OF PORTLND - City Auditor Mary Hull Caballero
November 30, 2016

Auditor seeks more autonomy with reform measure

by Jim Redden
City Auditor Mary Hull Caballero will ask City Council to refer City Charter changes to May 2017 ballot
City Auditors Office
November 30, 2016

Portlanders' ratings of city livability fall to new low

by OPB and KOIN 6 News
Auditor's survey of 3,000 Portlanders found that 63 percent said they feel the city is livable, the lowest rating since 1998.
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Coach Mark Helfrich is out as head coach at the University of Oregon.
November 30, 2016

Oregon players remember 'Helf' as caring, inspirational coach

by Jason Vondersmith
EUGENE — The text to players came at 6:38 p.m. Tuesday. The players’ meeting with Oregon football coach Mark Helfrich started 22 minutes later. Helfrich told the players he was no longer their coach. “Coach Helf came in with his family and kids and…
PORTLAND TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Portland is not the fastest growing region in the country. Far from it.
November 30, 2016

Study: Portland not growing all that fast

by Jim Redden
The Portland metropolitan region grew by less than 1 percent last year, according to a study by the ABODO residential research organization. The population of 12 other metropolitan regions in the country increased at a faster rate than Portland —…
November 30, 2016

District attorney's office says Memorial Day police shooting justified

by The Times
The officers who shot Robert Wickizer dead in Tualatin 'acted professionally,' according to a deputy district attorney's review.

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Nov 30, 2016

Fatal crash snarls Swan Island traffic early Wednesday

by Jim Redden
UPDATE: Deceased driver identified as 47-year-old male whose name was not immediately released
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Mark Helfrich is interviewed before the Oregon Ducks' appearance in the 2015 national championship game against Ohio State. Oregon fired Helfrich on Tuesday after a 4-8 season in 2016.
Nov 29, 2016

Trying to make sense of Helfrich, and what just happened, and…

by Jason Vondersmith
JASON VONDERSMITH/ON OREGON DUCKS FOOTBALL Nice guy, smart fellow, good football coach, but I never quite understood Mark Helfrich — literally. And I wasn’t alone. Many colleagues of mine from…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO: DAVID BLAIR - Mark Helfrich (left) and Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens talk in happier days than Tuesday, when the AD informed Helfrich he was being let go as Ducks football coach.
Nov 29, 2016

Mullens: Ducks will look 'far and wide'

by Steve Brandon
No new head football coach is imminent, Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens said Tuesday night, shortly after firing Mark Helfrich. “We’re going to look far and wide,” Mullens said. Mullens…
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JAIME VALDEZ - Mark Helfrich arrives Saturday at Reser Stadium in Corvallis for the final game of the Oregon Ducks' 2016 football season
Nov 29, 2016

Oregon fires football coach Helfrich

by Portland Tribune
'Plain and simple -- we didn't win enough games this season'
FRIENDS OF JENNINGS LODGE  - Hundreds of trees are slated to be logged if the development in Jenning Lodge is approved.
Nov 29, 2016

Lennar Northwest to review proposed subdevelopment in Jennings…

by Raymond Rendleman
The state of Oregon has stepped into the controversy over cutting down 326 trees to build a housing subdivision in Jennings Lodge, saying that the site of the former evangelical compound could…
Nov 29, 2016

Parties reach interim settlement in DHS lawsuit

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
State agrees to restrictions in housing foster kids in DHS offices, hotels
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Nov 29, 2016

Early morning chase, struggle lead to man's arrest

by Pamplin Media Group
Police said James Eric Gallaway was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on several charges, including escape and assaulting an officer.
Nov 29, 2016

Cover Oregon saga not dead yet: how much should state pay Uncle…

by Nick Budnick
State officials downplayed Oracle settlement to avoid federal 'clawback.' Will new administration want more?
PORTLAND BUREAU OF TRANSPORTATION - Looking north on Southwest Capitol Highway, this draft cross-section concept sketch shows a delineated multi-use path on the west side of the road north of Southwest Alice Street.
Nov 29, 2016

City explores Capitol Highway options

by Kelsey O'Halloran
The current improvement plan, estimated to cost $10 million to $12 million, would add bike lanes, sidewalks and storm water abatement along Southwest Capitol Highway between Taylors Ferry Road…
ILLUSTRATION BY SARA DEL ROSARIO - ank Gable's lawyers presented animation of the crime scene at last week's hearing. From left, the particiants are federal public defender Mark Ahlemyer, federal public defender Nell Bown, the video screen operator, state lawyer Nicholas Kallstrom, Samuel Kubernick. and U.S. Magistrate Judge John Acosta.
Nov 29, 2016

Earlier confession in Francke case revisited

by Jim Redden
Gable's conviction has long been controversial for several reasons. He has always maintained his innocence, no physical evidence links him to the crime scene, most of the witnesses against him…
PORTLAND TRIBUNE: JAIME VALDEZ - Mayor Charlie Hales, shown at the microphone, joined county, nonprofit and business leaders to announce the new shelter.
Nov 29, 2016

Officials open new downtown homeless shelter

by Nick Budnick
Local officials on Friday celebrated the opening of a new homeless shelter downtown, the fifth since January— placing a new city-county venture well on its way to meeting a goal of 650 new beds…
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Portland Public Schools Interim Superintendent Bob McKean talks to the press during his initial public appearance in August.
Nov 29, 2016

School district's controversial pick for top lawyer withdraws,…

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Portland Public Schools' efforts at transparency mired in backlog of records requests, underlined by offer of employment to a man convicted of violating Florida records law.
Nov 29, 2016

Vision Zero plan goes to council

by Jim Redden
The Vision Zero Action Plan identifies 32 specific steps that public agencies and the community can take, intended to eliminate all traffic fatalities and serious injuries in Portland by 2025 —…
GAZETTE PHOTO: RAY PITZ - Brian Clopton, a member of Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescues board of directors, displays a photo of when this 1950 Ford fire engine once sat in front of the fire station in Sherwood as part of the now-defunct Tualatin Rural Fire Protection District. On Nov. 5, Clopton delivered the antique piece of history to Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescues South Operating Center for restoration.
Nov 28, 2016

TVF&R reaches into history to restore 1950 engine

by Ray Pitz
For the first time, the fire district will have a piece of equipment from the Tualatin Rural Fire Protection District, which was founded in 1946 and served Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood and…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP FILE PHOTO - A group of snowboarders ride the ski lift at Timberline Lodge.
Nov 28, 2016

Mount Hood has great expectations for snowy season

by Shannon O. Wells
With the transition from fall to winter weather well underway, people are hopeful the La Niña-driven forecast for the season will translate to more snow.
THE TIMES: MANDY FEDER-SAWYER - OMSI Director of Events, Andrea Edgecombe, celebrates the opening day of Gingerbread Adventures.
Nov 28, 2016

OMSI exhibit cooks up some sweet science

by Mandy Feder-Sawyer
Gingerbread Adventures features gingerbread building workshops and cookie lab experiments.
Nov 28, 2016

Task force eyes tax hikes for fish and wildlife funding

by Claire Withycombe/Capital Bureau
Panel recommends income tax surcharge, wholesale beverage tax to help fund department
EO MEDIA GROUP - Lawmakers have raised concerns about how ODOT handles conflicts of interests
Nov 28, 2016

ODOT audit plan excludes examination of conflicts in contracting

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Lawmakers have raised concerns about how ODOT handles conflicts of interests
COURTESY PHOTO: MICHAEL DURHAM/OREGON ZOO. - Nora, a 1-year-old polar bear, jumps into a pool at the Oregon Zoo. The zoo reopened its polar bear habitat to visitors this week, but keepers say opportunities to see the young bear will be up to Nora herself.
Nov 28, 2016

Nora the polar bear expected to wander into view

by Pamplin Media Group
'Visitors might see more of her in the coming weeks, but that's all up to Nora.'
Nov 27, 2016

Two wounded in four weekend gang related shootings

by Jim Redden
UPDATE: Two teens arrested in early Sunday morning shooting in Southwest Portland
Nov 27, 2016

Driver charged in 37th traffic fatality of the year

by Jim Redden
Pedestrian was hit and killed crossing SE Stark St. in a marked crosswalk with flashing lights
TRIBUNE PHOTO: DIEGO DIAZ - Santa flipped the switch to light up 14,000 multicolored LED lights Friday evening, Nov. 25, in Pioneer Courthouse Square.
Nov 25, 2016

City's annual ceremony lights up the holidays

by Pamplin Media Group
Stimson Lumber Co. donated the tree. A seven-member crew spent two weeks bolting 300 branches to the tree to make it look perfect.
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Nov 25, 2016

'Jerome Kersey Court' ceremony Dec. 3 at Longwood University

by Portland Tribune
FRIDAY SPORTS NEWS/Virginia school will honor the late Trail Blazers great, who starred there before his lengthy NBA career
TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO - Daniel Crowe, a public defender who specializes in veterans issues, shown during his run for Oregon Attorney General. He lost to incumbent Ellen Rosenblum.
Nov 24, 2016

Who will be Oregon's next U.S. attorney?

by Nick Budnick
As names circulate for state's top federal prosecutor, Congressman Greg Walden has new, key role
Nov 24, 2016

Sources- Novick to Wall Street Journal: Bring it on

by Jim Redden
Things really do look different in Oregon, and especially in Portland