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Decision based on shots fired into neighboring apartment
A Kentucky grand jury on Wednesday indicted a single former police officer for shooting into neighboring apartments but did not move forward with charges against any officers for their role in Breonna Taylor’s death
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Mourned as one of the finest men in NFL history
Hall of Famer Gale Sayers, who made his mark as one of the NFL’s best all-purpose running backs, has died. He was 77.
Annual Light the Night Walk to go virtual
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's annual Light the Night Walk in Portland has gone virtual this year.
IRS says thousands of Oregonians may still qualify
People who make too little or no money to file for income taxes may not know they qualify for the $1,200 in stimulus checks that went out last spring.
Provides list of endorsements from Black community
Sarah Iannarone is showing off some impressive support from the local Black community in her runoff election for Portland mayor on Nov. 3.
Brennan Blue brings 32 years of experience
After a nationwide search, the City of Vancouver has hired Brennan Blue to serve as the city's new fire chief starting Sept. 24.
Best prescription for bad air: Stay inside
Very unhealthy air quality conditions are expected to last at least until the end of the week and possibility until next week because of dense smoke coming from massive wildfires in Oregon and across the West.
New board with black ties to consider past harms
ODOT says the priorities of Portland’s African American community will be elevated in its consideration of the controversial I-5 Rose Quarter Improvement Project.
All races and ethnicities urged to donate
The American Red Cross in Portland is sending out word it needs people of all races and ethnicities to give blood to help ensure a blood supply as diverse as the patients who depend on it.
A brilliant performance in sci-fi thriller
With some theaters still closed because of COVID-19, like Portland, the film will roll out in days and weeks to come.
Toots Hibbert gave musical style its name
Toots Hibbert, one of reggae’s founders and most beloved stars who gave the music its name, has died. He was 77.
Returns to music scene with 'Lift You Up'
For his first studio album in a decade, Ocean returns to the theme of uplift.
Travis Stovall secures key endorsements
A Black leader from Gresham has the potential to become the first Black mayor of any city or town in the Portland metropolitan area.
Crews deployed to region and state
Portland Fire & Rescue has responded to over 500 fire calls locally and are assisting fire crews in other cities and communities nearby and around the state.
Citizen panel gathers feedback on crowd control practices
Portland’s Citizen Review Committee is now reviewing if police are using appropriate tactics for crowd control during protests and want to hear from the public who have experienced or witnessed crowd control tactics by Portland police.
Unpaid rents grow during COVID-19
Unpaid rents are growing in Portland during the COVID-19 pandemic and Tuesday Mayor Ted Wheeler announced he will bring forward new local housing relief measures to help stabilize households facing eviction and foreclosure.
Principal says COVID-19, racial equity push an opportunity
Principal says adjustments being made for teaching under COVID-19 restrictions are an opportunity to provide a better education to all students now and in the future.
Expressions of shock, despair reverberate
“A true fighter, Chadwick persevered through it all, and brought you many of the films you have come to love so much,” his family said.