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Portland Train Attack Suspect Trial Date Set For June 2019

Multnomah County Judge Cheryl Albrecht set a June 2019 trial date for Jeremy Christian, the man accused of stabbing three people on a Portland light-rail train earlier this year.

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FamilyCare Threatens To Close Doors, Cut Hundreds Of Jobs

FamilyCare, one of Oregon's largest coordinated care organizations, has told its 300 employees that most will be out of a job by January.

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NORCOR Juvenile Center Says Reports Of 'Psychological Harm' Are Exaggerated

The Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facilities issued a letter Friday saying reports that the juvenile detention center is “psychologically harmful" are exaggerated.

News | Nation | Education | local | Siga A Los Estudiantes De Clase Del 2025 Desde Pre-escolar A Su Graduación De La Secundaria

'Me Pueden Quitar A Mi Mamá'

La inmigración ilegal es un tema político de la administrativa Trump que ha tenido un efecto bastante fuerte en los estudiantes latinos del proyecto “Clase del 2025”.

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Portland Settles Utility Lawsuit Alleging Improper Spending For $10 Million

The city of Portland has reached a $10 million settlement in a long-running lawsuit alleging misspending of ratepayer dollars by the city’s water and sewer bureaus.

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Judge Rules NORCOR Lawsuit Can Move Forward

A Wasco County judge ruled Friday that a lawsuit against the Northern Oregon Regional Corrections Facilty can move forward.

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Salem Taxis Let Homeless Warm Up In Cabs With Shelters Closed

With emergency warming shelters still not available in Salem, a local taxi company is trying to help by offering homeless people free seats in their cabs to thaw out. 

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No Longer A Mill Town, Camas Holds On To Its Blue-Collar Past

An industry that once defined the town of Camas, Washington, is coming to an end. Last month, Georgia-Pacific announced it will close most of its production at the 134-year old paper mill.

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Oregon State Senator Wants Tougher Response From ODE On Harassment

Response to sexual harassment by a director at Oregon Department of Education has drawn criticism from a  nationally-recognized state senator.

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Washington Hopes Oregon Will Join I-5 Bridge Replacement Conversation

Washington state lawmakers are moving ahead with an effort to revive a plan to replace the aging Interstate 5 Bridge. They remain hopeful their counterparts in Oregon will join them.