A woman who reported being physically assaulted by a white supremacist a day before he stabbed three people on a MAX train is questioning why police didn't arrest him after her attack.
An OHSU cognitive health study considers whether reminiscence can slow memory loss in African-American seniors. "Think Out Loud" spoke with study leader Raina Croff and study participant Edna White.
Portland Commissioner Nick Fish announced Thursday he has stomach cancer. He has not decided whether to seek another term next year.
From Bolivia to Zimbabwe, Portland couple Larry and Paulette Filz have traveled the world to see 10 total eclipses. Here they share tips for making the most of the Aug. 21 total eclipse.
Despite more than $400 million in budget increases this year for Oregon Public Schools, many districts have been forced to trim teaching positions and programs.
Bay area company wants to deregulate industry and allow listing companies to handle registration of new hosts.
Portland's chapter of the NAACP wasn't planning to spend its Saturday afternoon rallying. But things changed when news of violence, injuries and even death spilled out of Charlottesville, Virginia.
Two Portland landlords will continue their legal challenge to an ordinance that requires them to help pay relocation expenses for their tenants in some situations.
Heavy Asian-Americans are more likely to be perceived as "American." Also, what was being taught in a teen pregnancy prevention program whose federal funding has been cut? And the news of the week.
Jack Allen steered the classical music station through significant growth, but his tenure was also marked by internal strife.
Mayor Ted Wheeler's pick for police chief, Danielle Outlaw, comes to Portland after 19 years with the Oakland Police Department. Since 2013, she served as a deputy chief.
City Council members unanimously voted to require Portland police officers who use deadly force to give a statement to internal affairs within 48 hours of the event.
Pickathon Music Festival's Treeline Stage, designed by Portland State University architecture students, will be reconstructed into sleeping pods for homeless veterans in Clackamas.
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The Regional Arts and Culture Council seeks a replacement for long-time administrator Eloise Damrosch.