We hear about a troubled Army immigrant recruitment program, Amazon’s impact on organic produce prices, Mercy Corps efforts in Puerto Rico and a new mental health center for African-American women.
We discuss mass shootings and gun control, Multnomah County's move to phase out the use of grand juries, a possible extension of Portland's housing state of emergency, and financial troubles at ZoomCare.
Multnomah County has issued the results of its internal inquiry into the controversial ouster of a prominent African-American manager, Tricia Tillman, calling it justified.
Successful or not, the canvassing efforts that began Saturday give a look into what arguments both sides of the soda tax debate will make when the election draws near in Oregon's most populous county.
Multnomah County is appealing a Trump Administration cut to teen health grants.
Multnomah County is suing nearly two dozen pharmaceutical drug makers after declaring the wrongful distribution of opioids a public nuisance last week.
An Oregon initiative to ban taxes on the sale of food is primarily aimed at countering attempts to raise corporate taxes. But if it passed, it would also prevent a soda tax.
A campaign spokeswoman didn't provide a reason, but the coalition faced a prohibitive deadline and ambitious fundraising goals.
In the pattern of allegations the investigator found good cause to believe Loretta Smith engaged in bullying behavior and misused county staff time for campaign and personal purposes.
Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas Balmer said Thursday that actions by federal immigration officers have been a "strong deterrent" to people seeking justice.
Members of the Oregon congressional delegation are co-sponsoring a bill that would limit areas where federal immigration enforcement can take place.
Gov. Kate Brown will appoint Judge Meagan Flynn to the Oregon Supreme Court seat held by Richard Baldwin. Baldwin announced his retirement in December, effective this April.
La Oficina del alguacil del Condado Multnomah, confirmó el martes, que abrió una investigación sobre un incidente en el que un oficial del alguacil podría haber ayudado a agentes de Inmigración y Aduanas a detener a una persona que vive ilegalmente en el país.
Public defenders in two of Oregon’s largest — and politically liberal — counties are trying to change the way guilty pleas are handled, following President Donald Trump’s immigration order.
Changes to the Schools Uniting Neighborhoods is dividing David Douglas High and Multnomah County leaders.