Gov. John Kitzhaber found the will to help his party win the Legislature.
Gov. John Kitzhaber’s distaste for the rough and tumble of electoral politics is legendary.
During his first
stint as governor, from 1995 to 2003, Kitzhaber barely got his hands
dirty in helpi
The CRC isn’t eager to redesign a bridge that should be taller.
The proposed Columbia River Crossing has turned into a high-stakes limbo dance: How low can the bridge go?
CRC officials say
they are trying to fix one of the most embarrassing problems with the
troubled $3.5 billion Interstate 5 project: The...
The new head of City Hall will be a “transportation mayor”—whether he wants that title or not.
The next Portland mayor wakes up this morning in charge of a City Hall filled with potholes.
city’s settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over police
mistreatment of the mentally
A Portland strip club hands out red-stained $2 bills, despite warnings from the feds to stop.
The manager at the McDonald’s on Northwest Yeon Avenue
glanced at the money in the customer’s hand, a $2 bill that looked as if
its edges had been dipped in blood. He grew tense, shook his hea