Portland police are asking for the public’s help with information about a hit-and-run crash that critically injured a bicyclist in North Portland Saturday night.
Is your summertime budget tight? Not to worry - there will be plenty of entertainment in the coming months at your local parks.
Do you still need to pay your Portland arts tax? If so, today is the day to get it in - the deadline was extended to June 10 after the city's website crashed on the night of the first deadline.
Two girls, ages two and three, fell out of a second floor window at a North Portland apartment Wednesday afternoon.
One of the mayor's aides is getting some heat over sexually suggestive comments and behavior.
The Safe Haven law allows a baby up to 30 days old to be dropped off at specified places like a hospital, police precinct and fire station, no questions asked.
A number of interesting Grand Floral Parade facts are highlighted in the National Weather Service's compilation of historical data for the annual Rose Festival event
Now that Portland city commissioners have their bureau assignments, it's time to get to work.
Portland is known for being bike friendly, but bike advocates say we can do better and one group has released a report on its action plan.
Hales had been keeping all of the bureaus under his own control for the first few months of his term as he sorted out budgets in the face of a $21.5 million shortfall. With those proposals on the table, Hales on Monday gave his commissioners their bureau assignments:
The City of Portland on Monday announced plans to shut down the city’s uncovered reservoirs and rebuild others in compliance with public health requirements. So what does that mean for your water bill?
If you missed the Portland General Electric Starlight Parade over the weekend, there are still two more Rose Festival parades you can watch.
The City of Portland on Monday officially announced plans to shut down the city’s uncovered reservoirs and rebuild others in compliance with public health requirements.
Crews battled a fire at a three-story condo building on Hayden Island Sunday afternoon.
He's one of Portland's "Reel People" – a colorful character who's truly keeping it weird. If you've ever seen Scott Campbell, aka, "Extremo the Clown's" van you can't forget it.