Police reports detail one set of problems in the congressman’s marriage.
U.S. Rep. David Wu tried to explain his odd behavior in
the run-up to the November election during interviews last weekend with
several local television and radio stations.
One week after Wu’s
In the wake of Portland Public Schools' October decision to close Marshall High School at the end of this school year, student attendance at the Southeast Portland high school has fallen to the point that school officials have decided to offer "incentives" to students to improve the...
This week, the Portland School Board and the Portland City Council are poised to sign a memorandum of understanding that commits $5 million of the district's proposed $548 million construction bond to transportation improvements around several schools should Portland voters approve the school district's new tax levy in May.That agreement, set for a vote More
Protesters will descend on Salem tomorrow to show support for collective bargaining in Wisconsin. But pro-union Portlanders have another chance to do the same closer to home today.At 4 pm today, hundreds of teachers from National Education Associatio...
Why did Congressman David Wu think staffers “threatened to shut down his campaign”?
Rep. David Wu says spasms of severe neck
pain caused him to seek painkillers from a donor in a pre-election
episode one week before he won re-election Nov. 2. The Oregon Democrat
now acknowledges t
U.S. Rep. David Wu (D-Ore.) acknowledged today in a statement to WW that he used prescription painkillers last fall in the run-up to his election campaign, a period that is now the subject of intense national scrutiny.
As first More
U.S. Rep. David Wu’s behavior grew so erratic in the final weeks before his re-election last November that the Oregon Democrat’s closest political advisers staged two of what some of them termed “interventions” to urge him to seek psychiatric help, WW has learned.
Wu played down their concerns. Several staffers and consultants left his employ after the confrontations. Wu responded t...
The Oregon Senate Judiciary Committee has introduced two bills that would, under certain circumstances, lessen the punishment of teenagers younger than 18 who "sext."
This December cover story describes how Oregon law says teens who exchange sexually explicit images through c...