Good morning, Portland. Time to click some links.
37 years ago...
Our feature, out in print as of yesterday, is by Ciara Dolan and it's about everything you could possibly want to know about dying in Portland. It's very good.
Also out in print as of yesterday, is my interview with one of the anarchists arrested on May Day.
Our news story on what Portlanders voted for on Tuesday.
The Portland rank-and-file police union is upset about (the city acknowledging) racism.
The principal of Access Academy, a school of 360 "gifted" first through eighth graders, resigned suddenly with a month of school left, according to the Oregonian.
Two high school students in Hillsboro were taken into to custody yesterday after a suicide hoax at Liberty High School, which caused a temporary lockdown, according to KATU.
"Oregon's Secretary of State said Wednesday morning some 86,000 current Medicaid recipients may actually not be eligible to receive the benefits," KGW reports. "Dennis Richardson said the discovery was made during an audit of the Oregon Health Authority. The figure represents about 8 percent of Oregon's Medicaid population."
"The Oregon Food Bank received a major donation of nearly 12,000 pounds of fresh apples Wednesday," KPTV reports.
A sexual predator at who made a lot of money through keeping people dumb, angry, and scared is dead at 77.
It's been busy in the Trump word over the past 24 hours. Some highlights:
House majority leader told colleagues last year "I think Putin pays" Trump. Paul Ryan told them not to leak remarks. https://t.co/vrBJ6s4Plj— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) May 17, 2017
Trump’s transition team knew Michael Flynn was under investigation before he came to the White House https://t.co/Kehtsszpub— The New York Times (@nytimes) May 18, 2017
Exclusive: Trump campaign had at least 18 undisclosed contacts with Russians - sources https://t.co/OgJf1aXaFD— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) May 18, 2017