Wednesday Mar 5
OC's Just a Bite Cafe now open in two locations
The cafe is called Just a Bite, but customers receive a lot more than one bite. In fact, they receive all the affection that owner Lori Reyes and her family can serve up.
Boy with swastika carved into forehead leaves school, struggling with aftermath of attack, his mom says
Dustyn Murrain, the 16-year-old boy who police say was tortured by four other teenagers in a shed behind a Southeast Portland home, won't return to David Douglas High School and instead plans to join the Job Corps, his mother said.
Friends raise money to help Molalla woman who lost hand
MOLALLA, Ore. The friends of a Molalla woman who lost a hand to amputation said Sunday that they intend to raise money for the woman's recovery.
Climbers set up fundraiser to help Molalla woman recover from hand amputation
Three weeks after losing her dominant hand, Joan Zuber says she's recovering smoothly though she's uncertain she'll ever work again.
Woodburn man dies after Hwy. 211 crash
Investigators said a car driven by Nathaniel Payne, 18, of Molalla was traveling northbound on Pudding River Road and failed to stop for a stop sign last Thursday.
Withdrawing from TriMet 'not a fantasy'
Cities like Lake Oswego can and should opt out of TriMet, the head of the Cascade Policy Institute told city leaders Tuesday night.
Three-vehicle crash on Oregon 213 injures four people south of Molalla
Lt. Greg Hastings, Oregon State Police spokesman, said a 1996 Chevrolet pickup driving by Darren Baker, 53, of Oregon City was eastbound on South Dryland Road and failed to stop at a stop sign at Oregon 213, about two miles south of Molalla , around 11:35 a.m. The Chevrolet then hit the side of a 2007 Dodge van driven by Bethany Lael, 59, of ... (more)
Four injured in 3-car crash near Molalla
About 11:15 a.m., Daren Baker, 53, of Oregon City was driving a Chevy pickup down South Dryland Road when he failed to stop at the Highway 213 intersection.
Beaverton Valley Times
With ice lingering, PPS and other school districts announce Monday closures
With the threat of freezing rain continuing into Sunday night and Monday, Portland Public Schools and most other metro area school districts announced they would be closed Monday.