A 100-year-old water main burst and sent water gushing into the area around Burnside and South Fourth Avenue near the Chinatown gate early Tuesday morning. It's not expected to be fixed until Wednesday afternoon.
Water bureau officials said the eastbound lanes of Burnside would be closed until at least Wednesday morning. Traffic in the westbound lanes was being guided by a flagger and was still down to just one lane as of Wednesday morning.
Authorities are looking for a man they say is a suspect in a Jackson County murder last week.
For years, 60 miles of unpaved roads have been an inconvenience for people in outlying neighborhoods, and an embarrassment to the City of Portland.
Police are looking for a man who walked into a bank, claimed he had an explosive device in a box and robbed the place.
The word is spreading through the Pearl District about those new options even though everyone involved isn't offering many details.
The 17-year-old boy accused of killing his great-grandmother was heading down a dangerous path, according to some of the kids who know him.
Portland police officers prevented a suicide on the Vista Bridge Monday night.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office said a 71-year-old woman was murdered by her 17-year-old great-grandson and his 19-year-old friend.
Washington County sheriff’s deputies found a 71-year-old woman dead in her Northwest Portland home Saturday morning.
Is Portland's reputation as a safe city taking a hit? Is our homeless problem costing the city millions in lost business? Those are the concerns that are being raised after two incidents involving out-of-towners.
If you want to know just how difficult it is for Portland to enforce its sidewalk camping policy just watch the video from an altercation on Tuesday morning.
Portland Parks Foundation’s citywide work party, is challenging the community to get out, get their hands dirty, and make a difference in the parks and outdoor spaces we love to enjoy.
An attorney representing Pearl Hotel Investors LLC and Hoyt Street Properties LLC notified the Portland Development Commission, the city’s economic development arm, that using the parking lot as a homeless camp violates a development agreement between developers and the PDC, triggering arbitration and potentially a lawsuit.
While the city of Portland handed the campers of Right To Dream Too a big victory Friday, businesses around the proposed site for the new camp complained that the process is playing out in secret.