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Legal Marijuana Begins

Starting July 1, the recreational drug became legal for personal use, but things are not as simple as they seem.

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County Budget Fights Disparities

Multnomah County Commissioner Loretta Smith is applauding passage of a new county budget that increases support for families in crisis ...

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Minority Contracting Bill Signed

Oregon has two new laws to protect the integrity of programs that provide access to public contracts for minority-owned, women-owned ...

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Suspect in Charleston Church Killing Arrested in N. Carolina

A white man was arrested Thursday in the slayings of nine people, including the pastor, at a prayer meeting inside ...

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John Lowry Jr. died in a suspected gang-related shooting.

A suspected gang-related shooting at a Gresham gas station last October that resulted in the death of a 25-year-old Portland ...

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Answers Sought in Violent Death

Authorities believe a black man was violently attacked before he was found in Portland's Old Town district. The family is ...

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Strip Clubs Bust

A federal grand jury has charged a group of Portland-area strip club owners with federal charges for conspiring to promote ...

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School Shooters Sentenced

Last December a shooting outside Rosemary Anderson High School in north Portland shocked the community and injured four students. Last ...

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Protests Target Student Candidate

An election for Student Body President at Portland State University has sparked protests and even a petition asking for one ...

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Police Reform Panel Gets an Earful

Community frustrations with Portland police were expressed in emotional testimony as a panel tasked with monitoring police reforms in the ...

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Boyfriend Pleads Guilty to Human Trafficking

The boyfriend and pimp of a Portland woman murdered by a Marine in Hawaii two years ago has pleaded guilty ...

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Selma Visit Brings Memories and Hope

Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici shares how a visit to Selma last week brought her closer understanding on civil rights issues and ...

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Job Barrier Target

A new campaign to help people with convictions find a way into the job market might provide opportunities for rehabilitation.

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Clamp Down on E-Cigarettes

Multnomah County Commissioners have voted to restrict e-cigarettes and so called “vaping” devices to protect children and public health.

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‘Put Your Guns Down’

Gang-related shootings are on the rise and the mourning families of shooting victims are urgently asking for an end to ...

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