The proposed budget cuts city bureaus are betting mayor Charlie Hales won’t make.
It’s budget season at City Hall, the time of year when we’re told what a dystopian Portland would look like.
Streets without cops.
Homes burning out of control. Empty swimming pools, vagrants
The Oregon Zoo announced this morning it has purchased legal rights to baby elephant Lily and her father Tusko from the California-based traveling elephant show Have Trunk Will Travel.
The price tag for the two pachyderms? $400,000.
The deal for Lily and Tusko ends a three-month uproar that began More
In an unprecedented Oregon program, domestic-violence victims ask questions of abusers.
Hope Vanderhoof for eight years put up with being hit in
the head and kicked with steel-toed boots by her boyfriend. She finally
ended the relationship in 2005, when he tried to kill her by settin
She’s pressing Salem to open state pocketbooks for abused women.
Q & A
Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence director Vanessa Timmons is fighting in Salem to get state leaders
to combat domestic violence. And she wants them to do it with more