GOOD MORNING, BLOGTOWN! Don't you know there's nobody left in this world to hold me tight. Don't you know there's nobody left in this world to kiss goodnight. LET'S GO TO PRESS.
The Beaverton School District's second in command has resigned after retweeting some despicable and false anti-immigrant rhetoric. Our Alex Z has the story.
Ugh! Another tough playoff game for the Blazers who lost for the second time in a row to the Pelicans, 111-102. Our Arthur Bradford has the sorrowful recap.
Backers for a possible MLB team in Portland are looking at buying one of two close-in sites to put a baseball stadium.
Three Nike managers have left the company as an internal investigation into inappropriate workplace behavior continues.
Former First Lady Barbara Bush has died at the age of 92.
It's been confirmed that CIA Director Mike Pompeo met with South Korea's Kim Jong-Un to plan a proposed summit with President Trump. Join me in saying "OH JEEZ."
Trouble's brewing between UN Ambassador Nikki Haley and Trump after she promised harsh sanctions against Putin, and Trump freaked out because he doesn't want to hurt his sweetheart's feelings. But Haley is not having ANY of this bullshit.
Fox News jerkhole Sean Hannity is apparently Trump's newest Steve Bannon, as the two share daily phone calls in which the two discuss Hannity's show, the president's various controversies, and even what he'll be tweeting.
Trump is now denying he fired James Comey for the "Russia thing" even though he's already admitted ON TELEVISION that he fired him for the "Russia thing."
Despite Trump's desperate need to fire Robert Mueller, Senate Leader Mitch McConnell is (SURPRISE!) refusing to allow a vote that would protect the special prosecutor.
A woman was killed during a Southwest Airlines flight when an engine exploded and shattered a window.
More trouble for Starbucks after a video shows an employee denying a Black person access to the restroom, even though a white man was given the entry code.
Today in Beyoncé:
#Beyonce's Saturday night headlining set at #Coachella was the talk of weekend one. Now the GRAMMY winner has announced she's donating $100k in #scholarship funds to be shared among four historically black universities: https://t.co/WuskOJELEa pic.twitter.com/K9n1Lklfmn
— Recording Academy (@RecordingAcad) April 18, 2018
Now let's look up at the WEATHER: A mostly dry day with a high of 60, and more dry, sunny days to come!
And finally, let's kick off our day by watching some adorable bears trying to figure out how to work a hammock! (Okay, that sounded patronizing. How about, "lookit these stooopid bears!" Yeah, that's better.)