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PORTLAND, Ore. — Brace yourselves, Portland is heading for another round of cold weather and possible snow flurries this weekend. Regardless, events are still happening in and around the Portland metro area. This weekend Portlanders can expect the return of a beer fest in Portland's St. Johns neighborhood, an all-inclusive comedy show, West Coast rapper YG, the start of Portland's "Dumpling Week," and much more.
ESTACADA, Ore. — In this week's Let's Get Out There, we head to Clackamas County's Metzler Park. Off the beaten path, this is a great space for disc golfers to play the new course, and for families to explore and enjoy. Nestled in the Cascade foothills of Estacada, sits...
PORTLAND, Ore. — They met in 1975. Penn was a street performer and juggler, and Teller was a silent magician. At first they performed as separate acts on the same ticket, but before long they realized they would work better as a duo than solo. If you don't know...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Proud Mary Coffee is making an unconventional move: offering a single cup of coffee for a whopping $150 price tag. This particular cup of coffee is said to be something special. Proud Mary described it as "the most life-changing coffee ever released" in its cafes. It's...
PORTLAND, Ore. — A thief stole dozens of eggs from a popular Portland sandwich shop that heavily relies on them for business. Fried Egg I'm in Love owner Jace Krause said someone stole eight or nine dozen eggs from the food cart near North Mississippi Avenue and North Skidmore Street.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland and Multnomah County officials are making plans to open warming shelters due to dangerously cold temperatures early next week, although specific locations had not yet been announced as of early Friday afternoon. If conditions are cold but dry, the threshold for opening shelters is when...
Eggs are kind of a big deal for Fried Egg I’m in Love, as the name suggests. On top of high egg prices, they’ve now dealt with an egg poacher.
PORTLAND, Ore. — As the month of January nears the end, many are feeling the post-holiday slump. Whether it's winding down from the holidays, stressing out about how much money was spent, in the grips of the gray day, or someone who just tends to struggle this time of year – you’re not alone.
'Why is it still happening?': Portland protestors marched in wake of Tyre Nichols' police beating video
PORTLAND, Ore. — Thousands of miles away from Memphis but Portlanders felt the effect of Tyre Nichols tragic death. Small groups of protestors took to the streets to demand justice as city leaders urged safety and peace. More than 100 protestors gathered in Northeast Portland near the Oregon Convention...
PORTLAND, Ore. — Inside a home in Southeast Portland's Centennial neighborhood, you will find one proud mom. "I'm really, really proud of him," Candy Field said. Candy adores all of her children, but right now it's all about the third of her four kids, Todd Field. Todd is an actor-turned-director, and his latest project is the film "Tar."
PORTLAND, Ore. — Inside a warehouse at the Port of Portland’s Terminal 2 is the result of six weeks’ construction work: a half-dozen prototype modular homes designed to be efficient to build and cost-effective. “We can do this and we can do this very quickly,” said Ernesto...
The federally mandated count of homeless people in the tri-county area ends Jan. 31. More than 200 volunteers are surveying people on the streets.
'I feel on display': Some homeless people in Clark County say they feel overwhelmed by Point in Time count
VANCOUVER, Wash. — The muffled hum of hair clippers was the backdrop to a crowded church hall as homeless people lined up to get haircuts for the first time in months at a recent event. “It's been so long since I let anybody cut my hair," Vincent said with...
PORTLAND, Ore. — More than 600 Portland workers in the wastewater, parks and transportation fields plan to strike next week after failing to agree with the city on a new contract. In preparation, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler issued an emergency declaration which allows the city to hire replacement workers...
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PORTLAND, Ore. — Could 2023 finally be the year things turn around for downtown Portland? That's the hope for many businesses looking for solutions and most of all, customers. A big piece of that has to do with daily foot traffic and getting people back into offices, say many restaurant owners.
“Diep Bao” contained dangerously high levels of lead, the agency found. Several Portland-area parents had used the cream on their young children.
The city and the union are at an impasse over pay. Specifically, cost-of-living increase and raises that reflect rising inflation.
Changes to 'Point in Time' count aims for accurate snapshot of the homeless population across Portland metro area
PORTLAND, Ore. — On Wednesday morning volunteers and outreach workers began the Portland metro area "Point in Time" count of the homeless population. So far 50 surveys have been submitted from Multnomah County, 37 from Clackamas County and 50 from Washington County. The count will continue until Jan. 31....
PORTLAND, Ore. — The nominations for the 95th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning — and a number of contenders have connections to Oregon. Guillermo del Toro's stop-motion take on the classic film, "Pinocchio," was nominated for 'best animated feature film of the year' and a team of Portland artists helped bring the characters to life.