Golf sensation seriously hurt in car crash
Lucky to be alive, Woods faces a difficult recovery after being seriously injured on Tuesday in a rollover crash in suburban Los Angeles
ODOT takes another look at Rose Quarter project
ODOT pledges to work with Black community for Rose Quarter I-5 project.
TreNisha Shearer honored for giving back
TreNisha Shearer shares her motivation to give back to the community upon being presented Youth of the Year award.
Charleston survivor testifies before Oregon panel
Some Democratic lawmakers have put forward a bill that would close a loophole for buying a firearm without a background check.
Group forms to shape oversight
Membership is an opportunity for people who want to have an impact on future policies and practices related to police reform
Workforce training center puts student on new path
One-on-one coaching and guidance allows PCC students to build skills, examine interests and create a plan.
The maker is unknown
A memorial bust of York, the Black slave who was part of the Lewis and Clark expedition, has appeared at Mt. Tabor Park
First calls taken for non-police crisis unit
Innovative non-police dispatch to assist people experiencing houselessness or a behavioral/mental health crisis has hit the streets.
Launches online business for skin care products
Randi Stewart of Portland turned the grief of losing her father three years ago to cancer into action for launching her own online business, 526 Beauty and Skincare Products, 526beauty.com.
Senior Project Manager
Reed's Crossing Senior Living
New films explore FBI’s historic obsession with Black leaders
New documentary films shed light on the intensity of the FBI’s historic obsession with bringing down Black leaders.
Metro Lighting and Controls Upgrade
Black History Month is time to celebrate the accomplishments
As the past year has dramatically illustrated, Black communities, and Black women in particular, are the backbone of justice and social change.
Homes for Good Bid
Storm left large blanket of snow and ice
The Portland Metro area was digging out after a record winter storm left a large blanket of snow and ice.
sub bid Webster Road Housing
Platform grounded to Portland community
Celebrity scoops and talented performances by the local Black community are coming into greater focus thanks to the rise of an online platform called P-Town Media (ptownmedia.com).
New DA defends policies; says Black lives matter
Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmid defends new policies promoting fairness and equity.
Frederick leads most diverse group of lawmakers
The Legislative session in Salem is historically important this year with its growing number of elected lawmakers of color giving focus to issues long supported by the Black community, says Sen. Lew Frederick, the Legislature’s most senior Black lawmaker.