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Portland has been referred to as the most environmentally friendly or "green" city in the United States and the second most in the world. It is also known for its large number of microbreweries and microdistilleries, as well as its coffee fanaticism. Marked by warm, dry summers and rainy but temperate winters, this climate is ideal for growing roses, and for more than a century, Portland has been known as "The City of Roses".

Population: 582130
Local Newspapers: The Oregonian
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Portland State University

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Portland News
Police arrest 3 men 8 blocks away from reported robbery

Lamarr Juan Luster, 19 , and Kobe Branden Cordray, 20, were lodged at Multnomah County Jail, each on two counts of first-degree robbery two counts of second-degree robbery. ( Police arrested three men in connection with a Sunday night robbery, about eight blocks away from the convenience store that was reportedly robbed.

Some Trails Burned by the Eagle Creek Fire Could Take Years to Re-Open

Before the government shutdown, the Columbia River Gorge Forest Service took stock of the area's burn damage. Some trails didn't fare so well.

Protesters Face Off Along a Portland Road, With Very Different Views...

A half-dozen downtown Portland marches and rallies against President Donald Trump captured much of the media attention this weekend. But on the other side of town, 61 blocks east of the Willamette River, another protest on Saturday showed rifts in the city's display of unity.

Man shot in connection with N. Portland domestic disturbance, police say

A man who officers believe was the aggressor in a North Portland domestic disturbance was wounded early Monday when he also became confrontational with another man, who shot him, police say. The injured man was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive.

U-Haul employee justified in shooting would-be robber, grand jury determines

A grand jury has determined a U-Haul employee was justified in fatally shooting a would-be robber earlier this month in Southeast Portland, police say. Tyson B. Pfau, 27, won't be prosecuted in the shooting death of 53-year-old Robert R. Porter, who police say tried to rob the Powell Boulevard U-Haul office at gunpoint on Jan. 3. Detectives learned Porter went into the business and demanded money while wielding a handgun, Portland police said in a news release.

After huge US crowds, European women join chorus for change

Debbie Pain stands at the foot of the Federal Courthouse in in downtown Eugene, Ore., for the annual Women's March calling attention to equal rights and equality for women on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018. Protesters gather at the federal courthouse in downtown Eugene, Ore., for the Women's March calling attention to equal rights and equality for women on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018.

Young Kiwi actress Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie earns rave reviews from critics - and parents

Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie's performance in Leave No Trace has drawn comparisons to that of Jennifer Lawrence in 2010's Winter's Bone. Film-makers Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie were in the 1100 strong audience for the world premiere of the young Kiwi actress' Leave No Trace at the Sundance International Film Festival on Sunday evening .

Sony Worldwide Acquisitions Takes Foreign On 'Leave No Trace' - Sundance

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired all international rights, excluding France to Leave No Trace , directed by Debra Granik whose film Winter's Bone garnered four Oscar nominations. The announcement was made by SPWA's Joe Matukewicz, immediately following the film's world premiere night.

Iconic views at risk of obstruction under proposed Portland zoning plan

Portlanders hold their iconic volcano - and the ability to see Mount Hood from city hilltops, neighborhoods and even the bank of the Willamette River - dear to the heart. Portland's Central City Plan 2035 lays out the city's planned approach to zoning over the coming years, which will impact where flora-filled bike paths can go, include incentives for property owners to improve their buildings' earthquake resiliency and increase building height limits in an effort to make affordable housing development more feasible.

With AI digital assistant, drivers talk to their cars

Joshua Montgomery, CEO of Mycroft AI, has a bone to pick with Amazon Alexa, the voice-controlled digital helper that companies such as Toyota, Ford and BMW have integrated into vehicles. "Even though [the car] may run a voice assistant from a tech company, you can't use it to check what the tire pressure is," Montgomery said.

Knife-wielding man robs NE Portland Starbucks, police say

The man came into the Starbucks at 1621 N.E. Grand Ave ., went to the register and demanded money while wielding the knife, according to Portland police. He got some cash and left without incident, police said in a news release.

County says NW Newberry Rd could be fixed - and reopened to drivers - by summer

Slide is marked with a star. Newberry is about a half-mile south of Sauvie Island exit off Highway 30. One of our area's most popular climbs has been carfree since a major landslide destroyed a section of it one year ago.

After 43 years, regulars say farewell to one of Portland's last true diners

Back in 1974, when Jim Sassalos bought the restaurant that would become the Overlook, it was a shambles, with cracked dishes, one bathroom and 35 mismatched seats. On Sunday, the 81-year-old Greek immigrant will close the restaurant he has run for more than half his life at the corner of North Maryland Avenue and Skidmore Street.

Driver gets 3 years' prison after steering into pedestrians who yelled 'slow down!'

A 23-year-old driver who witnesses say steered into two Southeast Portland pedestrians who had yelled at him to slow down was sentenced Friday to 3 1/3 years in prison. Witnesses said Henry David Nickila II had driven past Southeast 97th Avenue and Ankeny Street a few times on April 2 -- at speeds reaching an estimated 80 to 100 mph.

Defunkt Theatre Presents Portland Premiere of the Pride

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 50 years apart. In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children's book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia's deeply closeted husband Philip.

Portland police deny 'kettling' of protesters in response to ACLU lawsuit

Portland police admit that they corralled a throng of marchers last year, took their photos and demanded their IDs, but say they moved in only after people ignored repeated announcements by officers to leave or because they needed to investigate disorderly conduct. The officers' actions were lawful, the city said this week in a response to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union in November.

Attempted rapist offers surprising 'thank you' to victim who fought him off

David Abraham Marcus pleaded guilty to kidnapping and attempted rape of a stranger he spotted in the night next to the Eastmoreland Golf Course. A man who tried to abduct and rape a 22-year-old stranger as she walked along a Southeast Portland street did the unexpected Friday: He thanked the woman for fighting him off that night.

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