Portland City Council hopeful Rene Gonzalez was slapped with a hefty fine Tuesday for failing to report the steep discount on rent he has received on his campaign office from real estate company Schnitzer Properties Management.
Rose City Comic Con hosted roughly 45,000 people last weekend for a cosplayer competition, community building and fun. It was the convention’s second year back, since canceling in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Terrence Hayes is a board member of Portland Freedom Fund, an organization that helps low-income BIPOC defendants post bail. He shares with us inequities he sees with the cash bail system and how his group is making changes following a tragedy involving a defendant they recently helped.
The Portland Art Museum's Center for an Untold Tomorrow rents out virtual reality headsets, preloaded with 10 curated immersive VR pieces from around the world, for viewers to try out for a few days at home.
The class action lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court accuses the city of violating the Americans with Disabilities Act by allowing people experiencing homelessness to camp on city sidewalks. The Americans with Disabilities Act, known as the ADA, bars discrimination based on disability and requires sidewalks be accessible to everyone.