Drone aircraft used for recon in Afghanistan are now in Portland.
Military surveillance drones of the kind used to spy on
Taliban targets for U.S. forces in Afghanistan are now based in
Portland, but U.S. government officials are unclear how or when they
Portland schools have had to spend $172,000 fighting a parent's lawsuit over Wi-Fi.
One year ago, the parent of a Portland Public Schools
student sued the district with claims a new Wi-Fi network in his
daughter’s middle school was poisoning her and potentially harming other
A North Portland center shows what a “green” building means.
It’s easy to look past the squat former Arco station at
North Albina Avenue and Ainsworth Street. The exterior disguises the
clean, sleek remodeling inside that has transformed it into the June
A riders’ advocacy group challenges TriMet to rethink its fare hikes and service cuts.
TriMet is zooming ahead with plans to close a $12 million
budget gap for next year by raising ticket prices, cutting bus service
and ending the free-rail zone. The transit agency’s board is set