A building on Northwest Hoyt Street will likely become the new indoor destination for a controversial Portland homeless camp known as Right 2 Dream Too, according to Dana Haynes, director of communications for Mayor Charlie Hales.
Police say the man is developmentally disabled. He is in his 20s and has Down syndrome. As of Wednesday afternoon, they have not identified him.
Shelter workers are seeking the public's help to determine who abandoned an injured dog with a rubber band tied over his mouth.
It's one of Portland's busiest bridges yet Thursday morning it was all but empty. The only people on the top deck were Oregon Department of Transportation crews laying down de-icing liquid.
Contract talks between Portland Public Schools and its teachers are at an impasse, the school district announced Wednesday.
A man was brought down with a stun gun at a grocery store after police got a call that he was threatening people with knives.
Portland police detectives are asking for the public’s help finding a robbery suspect they’re calling “The Nerdy Bandit.”
Someone broke into a Northwest Portland school and stole two laptops early Tuesday morning.
A strong storm rolled through the Portland metro area on Thursday morning, knocking out power in several spots, including at Portland International Airport.
A woman whose body was found wrapped in sheets on her bedroom floor had likely been killed with a sledgehammer, according to court documents.
The damage from a water main break under the street is more extensive than city crews originally estimated, meaning they’ll having to continue repairs into next week.
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.