The latest news for the Columbia River Crossing is all bad.
November is the cruelest month for the Columbia River Crossing project.
After warding off a
series of potentially fatal blows, the proposed $2.8 billion Oregon-only
project took two headsh
A property in foreclosure attracts a trio of convicted felons—who just won’t leave.
Justin Dollard really started to worry about the house next door when the convicted murderer moved in.
48-year-old project manager, knows most of his neighbors on North
An officer already under investigation faces domestic-violence allegations.
A Portland cop under an internal affairs investigation for
allegedly tampering with jurors also faces two formal misconduct
complaints—filed by two ex-wives.
On Nov. 6, the city’s
Since 1983, when Mark Zusman and I formed City of Roses Newspaper Company, I have written a column each year on the occasion of Willamette Week’s
anniversary. The idea is to keep you, our most imp
A coalition of parents alleges that cuts in high-school classroom hours violate Oregon law.
When it comes to the number of hours students spend in the
classroom, Oregon is already near the bottom of the barrel. It’s
especially bad in the Portland Public Schools, where fewer than 20
Technical problems at PDX? Not our problem, says the Port of Portland—and everyone else.
The readers of Travel + Leisure love Portland International Airport. They said so in a survey published Oct. 15 that named PDX the nation’s best.
“Portland, OR, has a
reputation for hipsters,�
A blogger is arrested after repeatedly texting questions to a transit agency spokeswoman.
Lane Jensen recognized the cops who came for him.
blogger had tangled before with officers of local police departments who
work for TriMet, the transit agency Jensen regula
Here’s what you need to know about the competing approaches to legalizing gay marriage.
A lawsuit was not part of the plan.
In the national
strategy to legalize same-sex marriage, liberal Oregon had been
earmarked as a state that could be counted on to overturn a
The state may evict more homeless than the city but lacks a strategy to offer help.
On Oct. 3, the Oregon Department of Transportation invited
news media to watch as it removed “trespassers” camping on a stretch of
its land between Johnson Creek and Interstate 205.
Process servers can’t find the Oregon Tea Party founder, who’s more than three years behind on mortgage payments.
Few Oregonians have cheered the congressional budget
impasse and federal government shutdown more loudly than John Kuzmanich,
founder and chairman of the Oregon Tea Party.
Since the Tea Party