Sidelined by a #MeToo complaint, the former mayor has come home to try to clear his name.
In other news: Trial sets the stage for Terry Bean case.
A fight under way in City Hall could determine whether the cost of affordable housing and schools rises.
The story of earthquake preparedness in Portland is a complicated saga of bureaucratic and political failings.
Next month will mark Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler’s second anniversary in one of the highest-profile jobs in Oregon politics—and he is struggling in a remarkably public manner.
The city doesn’t know the full amount of money it collects from people seeking records.
Wheeler juggles the city’s competing interests, but the housing crisis has been a top issue the mayor has pledged to address.
Scott is the third bureau director whose departure has been reported in a little over a week.