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News Mar 24 7:30 AM

Walter Cole, Mastermind of Darcelle XV, Has Died at 92

As Darcelle XV, Cole reigned as the world’s oldest drag queen and laid the groundwork for Portland’s queer culture scene.

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Health Mar 23 10:27 AM

Oregon Lawmakers Seek to Expand Access to Reproductive and Gender-Affirming Healthcare Amid National Attacks

HB 2002 would protect Oregon providers from out-of-state persecution.

News Mar 22 11:29 AM

Oregon Legislators Aim to Reduce Waste With New Reusable Takeout Container Rules

Senate Bill 545 could curb landfill waste by allowing customers to bring reusable boxes to restaurants.

Cops Mar 21 10:00 AM

Auditor Finds Police Lack Data to Judge Effectiveness in Curbing Gun Violence

A follow-up report says the police bureau still has work to do to implement audit recommendations from 2018.

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News Mar 17 1:43 PM

After Years of Financial Mismanagement, Embattled Neighborhood Group Is Asking Portland For More Funding

Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. is looking to turn over a new leaf, but critics say no meaningful change has been made.

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Housing Mar 15 3:09 PM

Portland City Council Approves Incentives for Office-to-Apartment Building Conversions

Developers say that the tricky redevelopments may still be too cost prohibitive.

News Mar 13 1:00 PM

Climate Change and the Housing Crisis are Burdening Portland’s Emergency Shelter System

Emergency officials say the only true solution is housing.

Transportation Mar 13 9:05 AM

Traffic Deaths in Portland Remain Record-High For a Second Year

Speeding, dark conditions, and persistent traffic exposure played a role in the 63 fatalities in 2022.

parks Mar 10 12:45 PM

Luxury Business vs. Public Use: The Battle for Portland’s Historic O’Bryant Square

Can the public plaza find common ground between social services and business interests?

homelessness Mar 9 3:21 PM

Portland’s First Sanctioned Mass Homeless Camp Expected to Open This Summer in Central Eastside

California-based nonprofit Urban Alchemy will run the 150 person camp.

News Mar 8 5:45 PM

Accused Normandale Gunman Pleads Guilty on All Charges

Benjamin Smith will be sentenced on April 18.