The Tragic Consequences of Ambulance Shortages: A Wake-Up Call for Our CommunityP world news networkNewsBreak Contributor
10 Portland Companies Hiring to Fill Work From Home JobsEvan CrosbyNewsBreak Contributor
Tragic Discovery: Remains of Missing Gresham Woman Found in PortlandP world news networkNewsBreak Contributor
Liquidation Bonanza! Bankrupt Retailer's Oregon Stores Closing Soon, Rush in for Huge Discounts!Ash JurbergNewsBreak Contributor
Thursday in Portland: PF&R crews battle fire near Steel Bridge, OHA encouraging people to get mpox vaccine & moreEmily ScarvieNewsBreak Contributor
Man found dead in Vancouver garage, police investigating
VANCOUVER Wash. (KPTV) - A 58-year-old man was found dead inside a Vancouver, Wash. garage Saturday, and police are investigating his death, according to the Vancouver Police Department. Shortly before 6 p.m., police responded to the 4000 block of Northeast 137th Avenue where the man was found. Detectives from the...
A Car Crashed Into a Tree in North Portland, Injuring Two People
Reports indicate that a single-vehicle accident in north Portland on Saturday, May 27, night gravely injured two males. Watch here- 2 hospitalized after car smashes into tree in N Portland- The police were called to the intersection of North Marine Drive and North Bybee Lakes Road just before midnight in...
Distraught Neighbors React After Discovering the Body of a Missing Gresham Lady in a Forested Area
A missing woman from Gresham, Washington, died on December 22, 2022. Portland resident Kristin Smith, age 22, was discovered in a forested area close to the crossroads of Southeast Deardorff Road and Southeast Flavel Street. Residents of the area expressed disbelief at discovering human remains so close to their homes....
The New Mayor Condemns the ‘inhumane’ Asylum Boat
Portland’s new mayor for 2023 and 2024 is Carralyn Parkes. On Wednesday, May 18, a ceremony was held in Portland to identify her as the next mayor officially. An “honor and a privilege,” as Cllr. Parkes put it, to be elected Mayor. She appreciated by saying, “I...
Memorial Day Flyovers, May 29
The Oregon National Guard plans to conduct military flyovers at several locations in Oregon as part of the 2023 Memorial Day Celebration. The 142nd Wing Unit out of Portland will fly F-12 Eagle fighter jets at 1,000 feet above ground level and at a speed of about 400 mph over Wasco,10 a.m.; Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, 10:10 a.m.; Salem, 10:17 a.m.; Reedsport, 10:30 a.m.; Astoria, 10:55 a.m.; and, Beaverton, 11:06, a.m. before returning to base at Portland International Airport.
Words In Review: Is the PNW 'weird'? Is anything?
I've tried to ban the word "weird" from my home. If a dream is weird and that person you know is weird and AI is weird and clowns are weird and that art is weird and you want to keep Portland weird, what does weird mean? Instead of using a meaningless word, let's talk about how you're reacting and why.
Motorcyclist, 22, clips Honda in back on I-205, dies
A 22-year-old motorcyclist died in a crash along I-205 after striking the back of a Honda traveling in the same direction.
Motorcycle rider killed, passenger severely injured in Southeast Portland crash
PORTLAND, Ore. — A motorcyclist is dead and their passenger is hospitalized after a collision with a pickup truck early Sunday morning in the Hazelwood neighborhood of Southeast Portland. East Precinct officers were dispatched at 1:09 a.m. to a report of a crash at Southeast Stark Street and Southeast...
Eastside shredded tire pile catches fire again
For the second time in five days, Portland firefighters on Monday battled a second fire in a pile of shredded tires along the east bank of the Willamette River. The shreds piled against the empty grain terminals at the former Louis Dreyfus Dock across the street from the Moda Center first caught fire late Wednesday, May 24. Portland Fire & Rescue tweeted that they were back on fire again at 7:55 a.m. Memorial Day, May 29. ...
ADA Corners and Storm Drains on SE Washington
During the month of May, commuters squeezed past road crews working on the sidewalk corners, and storm drains along SE Washington Street east of 82nd Avenue. Over the next few months, the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will build new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant curb ramps on SE Stark and Washington Streets between SE 80th Avenue and Interstate 205. These infrastructure improvements bring street crossings along the busy roadway into compliance, improve stormwater management, and expand the pedestrian zone making people more visible to motorists.
Locals BLAST East Glisan pizzeria for whopping 20% pick-up fee
Recently on social media, Portland locals voiced their frustrations regarding East Glisan and their astonishing 20% pick-up fee. According to the pizzeria, this fee is split between staff – but regardless, locals aren’t very happy and have branded the fee ‘extortionate’. Overall, East Glisan pizzeria has...
I-5 replacement bridge designs released before public forums
The bi-state project to replace the aging I-5 Bridge has released new renderings of what the new connection between Portland and Vancouver could look like. The renderings depict different versions of the current plans. They call for building a 116-foot-tall bridge with three lanes of traffic in either direction, dedicated mass transit lanes for buses and light rail, new transit stations, and four interchanges in Washington and three in Oregon. ...
Portland man died waiting 32 minutes for ambulance
A man died while waiting over a half-hour for an ambulance after being struck by a hit-and-run driver last month, according to emergency dispatch logs, an incident that Portland firefighters say highlights their frustration at a lack of available ambulances to respond to emergency calls. The Bureau of Emergency Communications...
PDX local speculates that city could have a serial killer on the loose
In a recent post on the popular website Reddit, a Portland local theorized that the city could have an active serial killer on the loose. Although this theory isn’t proven and isn’t exactly concrete, it still makes for a disturbing thought – and sadly they may be right.
Tire pile near Moda Center goes up in flames for second time
The pile of shredded tires that lit on fire Thursday went up in flames again Monday morning fire officials said.
Please Help Police Identify a Robbery Suspect
The Portland Police Bureau asks for the public’s help locating a robbery suspect. The crime occurred at a convenience shop in the 1000 block of North Marine Drive around 1:39 am on Sunday, April 30, 2023. You can see a tweet with the above information- He made his selections,...
The #1 Chinese restaurant in Portland, Oregon, according to Tripadvisor—plus, see the runners-up
Stacker compiled a list of the highest-rated Chinese restaurants in Portland, Oregon from Tripadvisor.
Nonprofits Say Social Service Workers Are Dangerously Close To Needing Services They’re Paid To Provide
A group of community-based organizations in the Portland area are calling on elected officials in city and county governments to raise the wages of social service workers who are struggling to survive economically doing demanding and critically important work. It’s a serious problem. Social service nonprofits comprise a major part...
Experience an Unforgettable Evening of Classical Music with Pianist Edward Bak
I am thrilled to announce an upcoming event that is sure to be a treat for all classical music lovers! This weekend, on May 28th at 4 pm, Vancouver School of Arts and Academics will be hosting a Classical Piano Concert featuring the talented pianist Edward Bak.
Padgett takes home state title on last day of OSAA Championships
EUGENE, Ore. — The final day of the OSAA State Track and Field Championships didn't let down the crowd on hand as the high school meet closed with a historical performance and a bit of Hayward magic. The fastest high school track athlete in the country, Lake Oswego's junior,...
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