Tuesday, August 30
Detectives release video to help solve case
Portland police have released a video of a shooting in hopes that the public can aid in figuring out what happened.
Beyonce won eight awards including Video of the Year.
The Portland Community College Board of Directors has appointed their new chair and vice chair.
A safe water promise as classes begin
Information snowballed to the public in regards to hidden issues on the presence of lead in PPS water faucets, leaving parents and children alike with elevated concern.
The recently constructed courts signify a strong public service commitment by the Portland Timbers and their community partners.
Kids can put safety first as they make plans to return to school by attending Beaverton’s annual Bike Beaverton event.
Police arrested a southeast Portland resident accused of placing an explosive device underneath a motor home occupied by a homeless family.
New technology debuts in Portland area
Multnomah County residents can now text 911 in the case of an emergency.
Tuesday, August 23
Mayor-elect to promote top official
Henderson will be the first African American male to hold such a position in Portland.
Pioneering black political and civil rights journalist George E. Curry passed away August 20.
Claims exotica was shut down unfairly
Donna Thames seeks to prove the closing of her business was less due to criminal activity and more due to the color of her clientele.
Documentary premiers in Portland
The film captures the stark difference between life on and off stage for the dynamic soul singer most often compared to James Brown.
Three brothers catch racism in action
What the brothers caught on video is both shocking and somehow not surprising at all.
The Increase Project has recognized its first class of minority business graduates.
Noble Peace winner to share life experiences
Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai will be sharing her story at Theater of the Clouds at the Moda Center.
Tuesday, August 16
Historic church kicks off remodel after fire
“We are very pleased by the support shown by our community, it’s been a journey,” says Allen Temple leader Rev. Dr. LeRoy Haynes.
Minority firsts dominate this year’s games
Athletes representing the United States at the 2016 Olympics are bringing home gold for the nation and for black history.
See first printings of bedrock documents
See some of the earliest printings of America's foundational blueprint documents at the Oregon Historical Society.
Mistreatment isn’t new, nor is it surprising
Shock and fear consumed my family as we came to a stop and were ordered out of the vehicle at gun point.
Forging deep connections at Portland State
The Mandela Washington Fellows are a select group of young, electrifying sub-Saharan African leaders ages 25-35.
A cheer for Ashland plays and racial progress
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival's outdoor Elizabethan stage features plays this summer and fall that are all are worth seeing.
Saturday show to pack Roseland
Actor, rapper and comedian Omar Gooding will host the awards show for its second time in Portland.
Eric Andre's live show is coming to the Wonder Ballroom on August 25.
Monday, August 15
Defending the Preschool Promise
The legislation behind Preschool Promise is driven by a commitment to provide high-quality early learning environments for children across the state.
Wednesday, August 10
The Allen Temple C.M.E. Church will be unveiling their plans for rebuilding their church this Saturday, August 13, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
“Unsettled/Resettled” recalls the resettlement experience of the families and individuals who found lodging at the Seattle Japanese Language School from 1945 to 1959.
The Beaverton Night Market will return on Saturday, Aug. 13 from 6 to 10 p.m. at The Round.
Get twice the bang for your SNAP benefit buck on fruits and veggies.
New policy puts added scrutiny on homeless campers
Officials and housing advocates want to identify a more serviceable sites for camps.
Chico has carved out his own niche in the world of jazz over the course of his 40 plus year career.
First time loss in the doubles tennis match
Serena and Venus Williams never had lost an Olympic doubles match until Sunday night.
Blending food and fun, the King Portland Farmers Market is teaming up with Umi Organic.
Residential response teams form to protect us from the big one
Show community resilience by joining your local NET faction.
The position marks a first for Portland
“Ms. Davis Gibson has an incredible record of representing Native American interests across the state," says Mayor Hales.
Tuesday, August 2
A service will be held at Highland Christian Center, 7600 N.E. Glisan St., on Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 12 p.m., followed by a last supper.
Splash pad hours are 11 am to 9 pm for the next two months.
There’s No Such Thing as a ‘Free Market’
Capitalism with absolutely no government intervention is a myth — and always was.
Springwater Corridor residents fight eviction
“Thirty days is still just 30 days.”
Watson envisions the brownstone as a space for artists, poets, and creators to come together, mentor one another, and build upon the rich cultural legacy left by Hughes.
‘No Stopping’ mines iconic locations, histories
Duckler mines various iconic locations and Pacific Northwest histories using artists to create immersive experiences for audiences around social, political, and ecological issues.
Practice and perfection in the art of two people loving each other
The documentary offers a tender examination of the last 15 months of a 76-year marriage.
20 defendants charged with opiate distribution
A federal grand jury in Portland has indicted a licensed Oregon nurse practitioner and her office manager along with 18 co-conspirators.
Trump called out for disparaging Muslim military family
“There has to come a point at which you say enough,” Obama declared.