UPDATE: Court says fines will increase to $10,000 an hour by Sunday morning.
A federal judge in Alaska ruled this morning that environmental group Greenpeace USA will be fined $2,500 for each hour its activists block an icebreaking ship from leaving Portland by dangling from ...
Nóirín Plunkett, a former Portland activist for gender equality in software development, has died in Cambridge, Mass.
Plunkett received national attention after she was sued last year by her ex-husband, a Portland computer programmer, over allegations he sexually assaulted her.
Plunkett's death was More
A woman visiting Portland says a cop came to her hotel room to follow up on her case—and took off his clothes.
A Portland Police Bureau officer is under investigation after a woman visiting from Las Vegas said he arrived at her Pearl District hotel room to follow up on her domestic assault complaint, stripped
A big Portland law firm wants to know what state legislators have been telling the news media about the spraying of weed killers from the air.
Sen. Michael Dembrow (D-Portland) and Rep. Ann Lininger (D-Lake Oswego) unsuccessfully pushed bills this year to restrict aerial spraying, which is used by timber companies to kill weeds on clear cuts.
Prosecutors say Portland developer Terry Bean is trying to buy his way out of sex-abuse charges.
Prosecutors say Portland real-estate developer and Democratic Party activist Terry Bean is trying to “purchase an escape” from criminal sex-abuse charges by paying off a teenage boy, his alleged v
UPDATE: Bean's attorney says "the victim's interests... are paramount."
Lane County prosecutors say Portland real-estate developer and Democratic Party activist Terry Bean is attempting to get the criminal sexual abuse case against him dropped by paying a cash settlement to the alleged victim, who was 15 when Bean allegedly had sex with him in 2013.
"This defendant should not be allowed to purchase an escape from the consequences of his own...
The Oregonian is selling its printing press—and advancing deeper into the web.
For more than a century, the daily rumble of its downtown printing presses and the roar of its delivery trucks signaled the news rolling out of The Oregonian.
But on June 30, a huge omen for the new