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May 30 2023
Portland police looking for missing woman
Amanda Fielder, 32, was last seen Friday at the 7-Eleven on Washington Avenue, according to the Portland Police Department.
Fielder was last seen wearing a gray hoodie, baseball hat, gray high-top sneakers, leggings and shorts.
Anyone with information about Fielder’s whereabouts can contact the Portland Police Department at 207-874-8575
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May 15 2023
8 injured, 1 dead in Portland weekend shootings
Nine people were shot over an unusually hot weekend in Portland, and one of those injured later died while receiving medical treatment, according to the Portland Police Bureau. The series of shootings began after 10 p.m. Saturday in the Sunnyside neighborhood, where one person suffered injuries that were not life threatening. That person turned up at a hospital seeking care and did not sayOregon Public Broadcasting
May 23 2023
Portland fire investigators examined the May Apartments on Tuesday.
Investigators work at the May Apartments at Southwest 14th Avenue and Taylor Street in the Goose Hollow neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday, May 23, 2023. A four-alarm fire ripped through the 1912 apartment building a week earlier. Fire damage at the May Apartments at Southwest 14th Avenue and Taylor Street in the Goose Hollow neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday, May 23, 2023The Oregonian
May 27 2023
Portland Memorial Day weekend weather: Mostly sunny and warm
If you’re thinking about heading to the Rose Festival’s City Fair in downtown Portland or the Holi Spring Harvest Fest at Sauvie Island, you can expect partly sunny skies and seasonal temperatures this weekend. There is a 20% chance of showers Saturday morning, but that clears up by noon, according to the National Weather Service. The high temperature will be around 74 degrees. Sunday’s highThe Oregonian
May 19 2023
7 dead in crash on I-5 south of Portland, OregonLufkin Daily News
May 26 2023
Facing Lawsuit, Portland Agrees To Crack Down on Homeless Camps
Portland, Ore., has agreed to remove homeless tents and debris from sidewalks after residents sued the city for violating the federal Americans with Disabilities and Rehabilitation Acts. Ten residents sued the city in September, saying the homeless encampments violate "their right to equal access to sidewalks." Portland, which has long allowed homeless people to congregate on the sidewalks, onWashington Free Beacon
May 16 2023
Portland begins dismantling Bayside homeless encampment
Portland began taking down the homeless encampment behind Trader Joe’s on Tuesday morning. After weeks of delays trying to figure out where people will go, health and safety concerns are prompting the removal of the Bayside homeless encampment off Marginal Way. Crews started clearing the camp out around 8 a.m. The city said there have been multiple incidents at the encampment, including a manBangor Daily News
Apr 24 2023
Shake Shack Portland -
Cheeseburgers and milkshakes at Shake Shack off W. Burnside St. in downtown Portland, Oregon on Monday, April 24, 2023. Shake Shack opens its first Portland location off W. Burnside St. in downtown Portland, Oregon on Monday, April 24, 2023. A cheeseburger, fries, chocolate milkshake and strawberry lemonade at Shake Shack off W. Burnside St. in downtown Portland, Oregon on Monday, April 24,The Oregonian
May 25 2023
Portland to clear more tents from sidewalks to settle disability lawsuit
Portland’s city government has reached a tentative agreement to clear more homeless campsites from city sidewalks, settling a lawsuit from 10 residents who have, or care for people with, physical disabilities. As part of a proposed settlement, the city agreed to prioritize removing campsites that obstruct sidewalks, extend its ban on city employees handing out tents and tarps to homelessThe Oregonian