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News Thu 2:35 PM

Health Officials Urge Awareness as Monkeypox Outbreak is Declared in Oregon

While most cases are currently amongst gay and bisexual men, “anyone who has skin is susceptible to this virus.”

News Thu 11:17 AM

Multnomah County Voters Will Weigh in On Voting Rights, Jail Inspections, and Ranked Choice Voting This November

Multnomah County Commissioners approved all seven of the proposed county charter amendments Thursday

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News Aug 7 12:03 PM

UPDATE: Two Cooling Centers to Open Sunday in Portland

The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for Multnomah County Sunday through Monday.

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News Aug 4 5:41 PM

Man Arrested for 2019 Murder of Sean Kealiher

The arrest comes after a long, at times contentious investigation into Kealiher's murder.

News Aug 2 12:30 PM

Know Your Neighbors

The city is turning to neighborhood emergency teams to fill in the gaps in the region's heat wave response.

Books Aug 2 11:00 AM

Killer Prophets?

Leah Sottile's When the Moon Turns to Blood Examines Mormon Extremism at the Roots of Alleged Murders

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News Aug 1 3:46 PM

Patriot Prayer Brawler Sentenced to Three Days in Jail

A judge has allowed Lewis to serve the three days in jail non-consecutively and at his convenience.

News Jul 29 12:27 PM

UPDATED: Five Cooling Shelters to Open During Heatwave

Four overight cooling shelters will remain open through at least Sunday morning.

News Jul 29 9:32 AM

North Portland Roofing Facility Agrees to Emissions Mitigation Plan After Historic DEQ Fine

The Malarkey Roofing facility released at least 10 tons of formaldehyde per year into the Kenton neighborhood for nearly a decade.

News Jul 28 10:16 AM

Portland Officer Fatally Shoots Armed Person in East Portland

This is the third time Portland police have fired at a member of the public this week..

News Jul 27 2:27 PM

Everything You Need to Know About Monkeypox—and Not Just You Gays

What It Is, How to Stop It, Where to Get Vaccines, and the ~Discourse~ on Preventing Stigma

News Jul 27 8:30 AM

Multnomah County COVID Contact Tracing Could Not Keep Up With Pandemic Surges, Audit Finds

The county can learn from the tracing team’s challenges to better prepare for future emergencies, report says.