Documentary sparks conversation on how badly things can go wrong
When the criminal justice system makes mistakes, why are we as a culture not more curious about what went wrong?
Gripping masterpiece on main stage
A mostly black cast is giving Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, A Streetcar Named Desire, new and dramatic meaning.
I’m not your Shorty
We need to teach young men that hollering at women just isn’t okay.
Therapy chamber first of its kind in Oregon
A new hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber for multiple patients has opened at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center in north Portland.
Proud of what we accomplished
While we did not get the outcome we wanted, I am proud of what we accomplished.
Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard is officially one of the top 10 players in the league.
Jefferson student graduates to Juilliard
With only about a seven percent acceptance rate into the school, Sekai is the among the most talented ranked.
Weekend of events begin with proclamation
The nation’s largest public housing project, Oregon's second largest city and home to a large African American community, was destroyed on May 30, 1948 in a matter of few hours.
Joice Antoinette Taylor, 66, a longtime Portland community leader and role model, passed away on May 18, 2016.
With touching humor, a motley group of characters unravel the intricacies of need, the vagaries of compassion and limits of forgiveness.
Portland Polie Chief Larry O'Dea kept a shooting a secret for a month before telling the public.
Not enough ballots left to change outcome
Tawna Sanchez has won an extremely close nominating contest for state representative in House District 43.
A coalition of the unhinged
Trump’s rhetoric is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the vast network of fringe figures he’s decided to associate himself with.
New book published on anniversary of flood
In its heyday, Vanport was the second-largest city in Oregon with a population of over 40,000 residents. It was a city with many firsts.
State teams up with tradeswomen to fight job site duress
In the trades, it’s often issues of sexual harassment and bigoted opinions on race and gender that remain major obstacles to progress.
The International Center for Traditional Childbearing in Portland has graduated the first cohort of African American Childbirth Educators.
Health center improves outcomes and provides career mentoring
Providing students with easy access to health services, Benson Polytechnic High School recently unveiled their new student wellness center.
Consider the research and all the costs
The more we wage our conflicts with nonviolence, the lower the costs.
Eight Clark College Jazz Ensemble students were honored with Outstanding Musicianship awards at the University of Northern Colorado/Greeley Jazz Festival.
Speaking up for our brothers and sisters
The futures of millions of immigrant families are on hold until the Supreme Court makes a decision in U.S. v. Texas.