Police say a man accused of stabbing a woman at a northeast Portland apartment is the estranged husband of the woman's roommate.
A spokesman for Mayor Charlie Hales said the website is working again and taking payments. Most Portland residents are on the hook to pay the $35 tax that was approved by voters in November.
The Portland City Council on Wednesday approved a rate decrease for residential garbage and recycling customers in Portland.
Fluoride advocates admitted defeat Tuesday night after unofficial election results showed Portlanders strongly against adding fluoride to the city’s drinking water. But there were indications new battle lines may be drawn in the future.
The votes haven’t been counted yet, but already there’s speculation that no matter what Portland voters decide, Oregon’s biggest cities could still have their drinking water fluoridated.
Portland Public Schools will have a bigger budget next year that will add teachers and let high school students take a full course load.
200 people are now testing the TriMet mobile ticketing system to smooth out the wrinkles before the app goes public.
A victim of sex trafficking came to Portland when she couldn't find help anywhere else, but the services to keep her safe are facing funding cuts.
The poll, which was conducted by Survey USA and released just five days before the election, shows that 53 percent of likely voters are against fluoridating the water. Just 40 percent of likely voters are for the measure, while eight percent are still undecided.
The city has extended the deadline to pay Portland's art tax indefinitely after an overwhelming number of people paying the tax online crashed the city's online payment system.
Cathy Hastie called herself a car addict, but she decided to end her addiction for a week and try different car sharing services to get around.
The 10 top locations are where a majority of the accidents involving vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians occur.
Mournful music emanated from Tom McCall Waterfront Park Tuesday afternoon as horns and bagpipes marked the Portland Police Bureau’s annual memorial service.
It's a familiar story - sea lions and fishermen fighting over salmon. On the one side you have hungry animals snatching what they can from fish runs but on the other side you have humans trying to maintain what has been their economic lifeline.
Although the weather was a little cool and drizzly on Sunday, that didn't stop folks from taking advantage of some closed streets to spend time out and about in their community.