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In East Portland, Trying To Build Community In A Planner's Nightmare


Portland is known as a hub of smart urban planning. But some of the city's most diverse neighborhoods remain sprawling, messy and distinctly unfriendly to pedestrians and bike riders.

Portland Region Officials Begin Work On Congestion Pricing Tolling Plan


An Oregon Department of Transportation advisory committee is supposed to recommend a tolling plan by June.

Puget Sound's Endangered Orcas Compete With Seals, Sea Lions For Salmon


Competition with other marine mammals for the same food may be a bigger problem than fishing, at least in recent years, for southern resident killer whales that spend time in Washington state's Puget Sound, a new study suggests.

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Charlie Rose Is Accused Of Sexual Harassment By 8 Women

The star of the highly-regarded PBS talk show "Charlie Rose" and co-host of "CBS This Morning" issued a statement apologizing for his actions.

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Oregon Democrats Vote To Keep Party Primary Closed

The Oregon Democratic Party won’t allow non-affiliated voters to take part in its 2018 primary.

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Alleged TriMet Killer Jeremy Christian Denied Bail

Multnomah County Judge Cheryl Albrecht has denied bail to Jeremy Christian, the man accused of murdering two people in May while riding a light-rail train in Portland.

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Police Investigating Apparent Inmate Murder At Washington State Prison

Police are investigating the apparent murder of an inmate Sunday night at the Washington Corrections Center in Shelton.

News | Education | local | Chemawa Indian School

Help Wanted: Questionable Hiring And Non-Native Administrators At Chemawa

Chemawa staff members said they've observed nepotism and favoritism from federal overseers. And Chemawa's lack of Native administrators has some students feeling underserved.

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