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Hotseat: Portland Thorns Goalkeeper Nadine Angerer

The reigning Women’s World soccer player of the year talks about playing goalkeeper for the Thorns and life in Portland.


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If you were to pass Nadine Angerer on Hawthorne Boulevard, you might assume she’s another laid-back Portlander, out for a stroll in pegged sweat pants and fedora. Unless you’re a fan of the    More
 
Wednesday, June 18, 2014 KATE WILLSON

Marijuana Legalization Campaigns in Final Push to Make November Ballot

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With less than three weeks to go before the filing deadline, two competing pro-cannabis camps are ramping up efforts to gather signatures for three ballot initiatives that would legalize the use of recreational marijuana. Here’s a look at how they’re doing:Initiative Petition 53 is the most restrictive of the three initiatives and has garnered the most support from potential voters...   More
 
Monday, June 16, 2014 by KATE WILLSON

After Grindr, Jack'd and Adam4Adam, Women Finally Get a Lesbian Dating App

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Men have long had access to cellphone applications tailored to find gay, bisexual and bi-curious partners, while women searching for women weeded out men from sites such as Tindr and OkCupid.Today the British app startup Dattch launched in Portland a dating application for women only just in time for Pride Northwest—try it out at the   More
 
Friday, June 13, 2014 by KATE WILLSON

Canvassers for Marijuana Legalization Measures Form Union, Demand Free Pot

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Canvassers hired by the Campaign for the Restoration and Regulation of Hemp to gather signatures on two marijuana legalization bills say it's not enough to be paid $15 an hour and earn daily and weekly bonuses.They also want to be paid on time and get free weed. (See a ful...   More
 
Friday, June 13, 2014 by KATE WILLSON

Oregon Voters Like Merkley, Marijuana and GMO Labeling

Six months from elections, KATU/SurveyUSA Poll asks voters to weigh in on how they plan to vote on key issues

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Labeling for GMOs, Jeff Merkley and marijuana are all looking strong for the November ballot.A poll released today by KATU and SurveyUSA found a narrow majority of likely voters—51 percent— would back&nb...   More
 
Thursday, June 12, 2014 by KATE WILLSON

Magical Mystery Tower

Where’s the evidence Rod Underhill said he had that compelled Lisa Roberts to confess to strangling her girlfriend?


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Lisa Marie Roberts never wanted to admit killing Jerri Lee Williams. She was innocent, she always maintained, right up to the end when she pleaded guilty to strangling Williams, her girlfriend,    More
 
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 KATE WILLSON

Terry Bean's Attorney Posts a Defense Regarding Extortion Claims On His Facebook Page

Bean never accessed his own security system, lawyer tells Bean's friends

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The attorney for Terry Bean has posted a defense of the Portland real-estate developer and Oregon political figure, after WW's cover story today on allegations he is the victim of extortion by a former boyfriend. The story says Kiah Lawson claims to have discovered a h...   More
 
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 by KATE WILLSON

Terry Bean’s Problem

A prominent Portlander fights for his reputation after a love affair goes wrong.


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Few people have worked harder for last month’s historic decision to allow same-sex couples to marry in Oregon than Portland real-estate developer Terry Bean. Bean, 65, is one of the founders   More
 
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 KATE WILLSON, NIGEL JAQUISS

Hip-Hop Club Owner Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against City of Portland, OLCC

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The owner of the Fontaine Bleau, a former hip-hop club in Northeast Portland shut down last year after noise complaints and a fatal shooting, filed suit yesterday in Multnomah County Circuit Court against the city of Portland and the Oregon Liquor Control Commission for pursuing “a campaign intended to thwart black-owned clubs or clubs that played hip hop and catered to the Black commu...   More
 
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 by KATE WILLSON

Multnomah County Sheriff's Office Failed to Comply with Veterans' Benefits Law, State Finds

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The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office broke the law when it failed to give special consideration to a veteran who applied for a promotion, the Bureau of Labor and Industries ruled this week.BOLI ordered the county to pay Sgt. Rod Edwards $50,000, to comply with the law by writing a "coherent, consistent, written and reasonable method by which to apply veterans’ preference...   More
 
Friday, May 23, 2014 by KATE WILLSON
 

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