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Portland Withholds Funding To Neighborhood Group Amid Financial Questions

While the clash over reducing the influence of the city's network of neighborhood associations is on hold, a new fight over funding one specific neighborhood coalition is breaking into public view.

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Coronavirus COVID-19 Cases Overload Clark County Staff

A rise in coronavirus cases in Clark County is not only leading to dire health predictions in the next month, but is also overwhelming staff, public health officials said Wednesday.

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Supreme Court Rulings Keep Trump's Tax Records Private For Now

The Supreme Court has issued a mixed verdict on demands for President Donald Trump’s financial records. The decisions will likely keep his tax returns, banking and other documents out of the public eye for the time being

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Police Bodycam Transcripts: George Floyd Pleaded 20 Times That He Couldn't Breathe

Filed as part of a motion to dismiss charges against one of the officers, the transcripts also appear to show an officer expressing concern about Floyd's well-being in the moments before his death.

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Large Section Of Oklahoma Remains Tribal Land, SCOTUS Rules

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a large chunk of eastern Oklahoma remains an American Indian reservation, a decision that state and federal officials have warned could throw Oklahoma into chaos.

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Live Updates: Democrats Propose $500 For Oregonians Awaiting Unemployment

The Oregon Health Authority Thursday reported a total of 11,188 confirmed and presumptive coronavirus cases in the state.

News | local | Education

Oregon Universities Wrestle With ICE Order Threatening To Force Out International Students

International students pursuing degrees in the U.S. may have to leave the country if their universities switch to online-only courses this fall.

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Portland Police Describe Nightly Face-offs With Protesters As Unsustainable

In a far ranging presentation Wednesday, Portland Police Bureau Deputy Police Chief Chris Davis attempted to draw a distinction between what he called “legitimate protest” and “criminal activity.”

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Oregon Struggles To Process Self-employed Workers' Unemployment Claims

Almost 100,000 Oregonians have filed unemployment claims through the PUA program. Only 23,00 of them have been paid. 

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Oregon Appeals Court Backs Right To Legal Nonbinary Gender Designation

The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday in favor of a person's right to legally change their gender to nonbinary.