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Vista Ridge tunnel lanes reopen after crash

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — All westbound lanes in the Vista Ridge Tunnel have reopened following a two-car crash in Southwest Portland. Police and firefighters responded to the crash that happened Saturday around 11:40 a.m. on Highway 26. KOIN 6 has reached out to Portland Fire & Rescue and will update...
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2 Pendleton Roundup bull riders severely injured, 1 dead in I-84 crash – Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon (KOIN) — Richard Schleicher, a Pendleton Roundup bull rider, died in a car accident with a commercial vehicle in eastern Oregon Thursday night, police said. Schleicher, 24, in Stockton, Oregon, was traveling with two other rodeo athletes at Volkswagen Jetta at I-84 in Umatilla County. At around 8:15 pm, the sedan collided behind a truck carrying potatoes. Oregon Police.
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Portland dad: Curbing gun violence ‘requires someone to be bold’

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The executive director of the Portland Police Association believes staffing shortages at the police bureau are contributing to the city’s struggle to curb gun violence. So far in 2021, Portland has seen 889 shootings and 46 homicides involving guns, according to police data. In recent days...
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Timberline closes bike park because of rain

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Timberline Lodge at Mt. Hood closed its bike park Saturday because of heavy rains. The park, which opened for riders of all ages July 12, announced the closure over Twitter Saturday morning. It is unclear when the park will reopen.
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Streetcar service resumes after fallen tree disruption

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Portland Streetcar service has resumed after a fallen tree disrupted train schedules Saturday morning in Southwest Portland, TriMet officials said. Buses shuttled delayed riders between SW 11th Avenue and Clay Street to SW Moody Street and Meade Street.
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PPS cancels routes over bus driver shortage

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The ongoing bus driver shortage caused Portland Public Schools to cancel some routes. KOIN 6 News obtained an email that went to parents on Friday detailing the 13 canceled routes. They affect Benson Polytechnic and Lincoln High schools. Another 11 schools will see routes changed to...
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Jefferson High’s Trejon Williams motivated for family

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Jefferson High School safety Trejon Williams has always viewed his athletic ability as a way to help his family. “It’s important to me to just see my town and my city just win,” said Williams, who was born and raised in the Portland metro area. He...
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Study: 60% of aging LGBTQ+ in Oregon experience discrimination

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Sixty percent of aging LGBTQ+ people in Oregon have experienced discrimination this past year, according to a recent study. The study, which was funded by the Oregon Department of Health and Human Services and conducted by the University of Washington’s Goldsen Institute, is the first of its kind in the state of Oregon. The Oregon LGBTQ+ Older Adult Report surveyed 1,402 adults ages 55 and older who identify as LGBTQ+ on the needs and strengths within their communities.
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New COVID cases in 34 Oregon counties, projections decline – Portland, Oregon

Posted: Posted September 17, 2021 / 4:06 pm PDT / Has been updated: September 17, 2021 / 4:06 pm PDT. Portland, Oregon (KOIN) — New cases of COVID-19 were recorded in a report on Friday in 34 of 36 counties in Oregon, but the Oregon Department of Health reported daily cases of a new modeling project. He said hospitalizations would decrease.
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Software woes blamed for Oregon’s sluggish rollout of rent help

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Oregon continues to work to get rental assistance money into the hands of those who need it as eviction deadlines loom. Just 13% of Oregon tenants who applied for help through the state’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program had been paid last week; that figure was up to 16% on Friday.
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