Budget-breaking practices allow some sheriff’s deputies to double their pay.
Sgt. Diana Olsen has occasionally been the face of the
Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office. She heads up the sheriff’s search and
rescue team, and when a 7-year-old Skyline Elementary School stu
A parent activist becomes a powerful schools critic—and a force PPS can't ignore.
If you Google the name Lainie Block Wilker, you get a photograph of Bobbie Regan instead.
In the photo, Regan,
the longest-serving member of Portland Public Schools’ Board of
Education, is wee
A brash Republican survivor talks about how her party needs to change.
Julie Parrish knows she’s a political misfit.
As she puts it, she’s
an immigrant’s kid, a first-generation American from a Lebanese father.
She’s an under-40 suburban mom with kids in pu
The TriMet watchdog says riders should demand more from the agency.
Al Margulies has more time than ever to be the scourge of the transit agency he calls “TriMess.”
Margulies—one of the
most outspoken of the transit agency’s public watchdogs—was a TriMet
Face facts, readers: You wanted to read about lurid
four-star hotel sex and awkward death, Bart Simpson and Doctor Who—not
to mention a winningly surly football coach and an election-year smear
At Portland’s gun show, a backdrop of tragedy sparks a buying frenzy.
Greg Apple is selling a lot of semiautomatic rifles.
through the Collectors West Gun and Knife Show last weekend pause to
look at his 10-yard-long display of rifles, priced a
What it means that Kitzhaber and legislators got rolled by Nike.
The state’s most powerful business leaders—if they were
listening closely—might have heard the clues from Gov. John Kitzhaber
only two weeks ago about his secret talks to give Nike a sweethe