William F. Johnson
Services will be held Friday, Oct. 28 at 11 a.m. at the Moore Street Salvation Army, 5325 N. Williams Ave.
‘Don’t Shoot’ activist Raiford seeks votes
Don’t Shoot Portland founder and police reform activist Teressa Raiford has announced the launch of a write-in campaign for Multnomah County sheriff.
Ronald D. Slider
Ronald D. Slider, our honorable father, husband, son, brother, and man of God, died Oct. 11, 2016.
The Portland Trail Blazers celebrated National Junior NBA Week Thursday by hosting a basketball clinic at the Blazers Boys and Girls Club on Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.
Nef the Pharaoh is a rapper from Vallejo, Calif. who mostly collaborated with fellow hip hop artist E-40
Trick-or-treaters can fill their bags with goodies and learn about wildlife Saturday, Oct. 29 and Sunday, Oct 30, at the Oregon Zoo.
Michael Jackson hit recreated for a good cause
Worldwide project Thrill the World plays on Michael Jackson's haunting hit.
Releases exclusive video message
President Obama sought to do one more thing before leaving office and that’s endorse Oregon gubernatorial incumbent Kate Brown.
Large ballot packed with candidates, issues
Ballots are due back by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 8.
Gary Allen Ladd Sr., a basketball legend from Jefferson High School’s Class of 1968, died on Oct. 12, 2016 in Seattle.
Pranksters vandalize school’s new wing
Roosevelt High Principal Filip Hristic says six classrooms and six bathrooms are deemed unusable until repairs are made due.
The 18 year old Atlanta native strives to spread a general feeling of happiness and love.
Incumbent Kate Brown sees presidential support
Obama wants Oregon to continue having "real leadership in Kate Brown."
At least 8 injured in powerful natural gas blast
Three firefighters, two police officers and three civilians were hurt
Aggressive goals set for a diverse workforce
Multnomah County has set a high bar for hiring a diverse group of workers to build a downtown courthouse to replace the existing county courthouse which is more than 100 years old.
Portland niece thrilled with aunt’s selection
Last month, the Smithsonian bought Thelma Johnson Streat’s “Medicine and Transportation Mural” to be part of the new African American Museum of History and Culture in Washington D.C
No let down in fight for police reforms
“We need politicians who will run outside of City Hall and help the injured get to safety, not ones who direct a militarized police force to beat women and children.”