A busload of Portland-area Tibetans traveled last week to Vancouver, B.C., to protest outside the Chinese consulate. The protests follow a series of self-immolations in Tibet, which the Dalai Lama has bl...More
A new poll shows that Portland Police Bureau Chief Mike Reese, who is considering entering the mayoral race, would fare well against the top three declared candidates. KATU first reported the results of the SurveyUSA poll, More
In this week's print edition, WW tells the story of an Oregon defense contractor, Skedco, linked to a bribery case that landed a former Defense Department official, Joseph J. Marak, in prison.The case came to light because a California company, S.O. Tech</...More
Wearing a suit and tie instead of his uniform, Portland Police Bureau Chief Mike Reese confirmed to WW in an interview at police headquarters this morning that he's putting plans in place to run for mayor in the current election cycle.
He told WW he expects to make a decision within a "couple weeks." Reese's statements today confirm WW's More
An anonymous Twitter account apparently set up yesterday is alerting news outlets to this graphic, which it claims ran "for half a second" on KGW's noontime broadcast yesterday.
Apparently pegged to one of the Portland Police Bureau's More
Portland's Dill Pickle Club, a civic interest group that pitches itself something like a less-stuffy City Club, is holding a "how news is made" tour and panel discussion this Friday, Oct. 28. I'll be among the speakers.The tour starts in the early afternoon and the panel discussion kicks off at 4:30 pm in the U.S. Bank of America room ...
It’s poor, it’s dangerous, it’s growing like crazy—and it’s more important than ever.
In case you didn’t get the invite, Portland is an endless
party in a shining urban utopia where everyone has a $1,000 bicycle,
eats locally sourced gourmet dishes from food carts and is blindingly
New water bottles for everyone!As expected, the Multnomah County Commission will move forward with a countywide ban on some plastic food and drink containers containing the Bisphenol A, a chemical linked to a number of adult illnesses and developmental problems in infants, and better known as BPA.