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Oregon Faith Leaders Announce Initiative Petition To Regulate Some Firearms

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A group of Oregon faith leaders, filed an initiative petition with the Secretary of State on Monday hoping to get new gun laws on the November ballot.

Time Running Out For Wheeler To Deliver On Portland Homeless Crisis Promises

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Mayor Ted Wheeler pledged that under his watch, every person sleeping on Portland’s streets would have the option of heading inside. Three years later, he has not kept that promise. 

OSU Expected To Announce New President Friday

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If appointed, that candidate will start the job on July 1, taking the place of current President Ed Ray.

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Investigation Underway After Fatal Police Shooting In Southeast Portland

Officers approached the man and, soon after, fired multiple shots, according to the latest release from the bureau. The man identified as Koben Henriksen, died at the scene.

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Central Catholic Tops Lake Oswego For Oregon State Football Title

The Central Catholic Rams won their fifth Oregon state football championship in program history Saturday, defeating the Lake Oswego Lakers 49-28 at Hillsboro Stadium.

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Clark College Faculty Union Votes To Authorize Strike

The date of the strike will depend on reaction from the Vancouver, Washington, community college and whether it decides to return to the bargaining table.

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Blazers Lose Rodney Hood For The Season In Loss To Lakers

Trail Blazers starting forward Rodney Hood was injured in the first quarter and the team later announced that he had torn his left Achilles tendon in a 136-113 loss to the Lakers.

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New Federal Rule Could Make 19,000 Oregonians Lose Food Assistance

The rule, set to take effect April 1, would restrict states’ ability to allow certain adults to receive benefits for more than three months in a three-year period if they don't meet work requirements.

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Student Activists Hold Another Youth Climate Strike In Downtown Portland

Youth activists led a climate strike rally in downtown Portland, demanding action from city leaders and recognition of the impacts facing Pacific Islanders.

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Portland Community College To Build 'Workforce Training Center' In Scappoose

Portland Community College’s training center will initially focus on advanced manufacturing, offering programs like machining and welding, the school said in a press release.

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Oregon Senators Support Revoking Wounded Knee Massacre Medals

Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon talks about legislation to revoke medals of honor given to U.S. soldiers after the Wounded Knee massacre. 

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Trail Blazers Guarantee Carmelo Anthony's Contract Through Season's End

Ten-time All-Star Carmelo Anthony is averaging almost 17 points and 6 rebounds in eight games with Portland. The Trail Blazers have officially guaranteed his contract for the rest of the season.

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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler's Campaign Manager Leaving For Nike Job

Manager Jennifer Arguinzoni, a longtime Wheeler aide, said she will be leaving the campaign Dec. 31 to join Nike’s global sustainability team.  

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Class Of 2025: Follow Students From 1st Grade To Graduation

Oregon set a goal to have graduate 100 percent of students in the class of 2025. OPB has followed a group of students from kindergarten as they start their educational journey toward high school. Third grade is almost over for the Class of 2025. These are some of their stories.