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  1. No arrests made at Antifa, Patriot Prayer brawlRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Portland Tribune

    Anger over a recent left-wing demonstration boiled over in Portland - propelling conservatives into downtown streets for a three-hour counter-protest march that soon devolved into scuffles, shouting and attacks. Yelling resounded off buildings, flash bangs blasted, the police loudspeaker crackled and the smell of pepper spray wafted through the air as the twilight march broke down into random street skirmishes by 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. Watch video of the fray here.

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  2. Antifa, Patriot Prayer brawl leads to Portland assaultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Portland Tribune

    Anger over a recent left-wing demonstration boiled over in Portland - propelling conservatives into downtown streets for a counter-protest march that soon devolved into scuffles, shouting and attacks. Yelling resounded off buildings, flash bangs blasted, the police loudspeaker crackled and the smell of pepper spray wafted through the air as the twilight march broke down into random street skirmishes by 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13. Portland Police said they observed "assaultive" behavior and began clearing streets, at times putting their hands on journalists and bystanders in order to encourage compliance.

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  3. Ted Wheeler blasts Fox News: I'm not a 'nutcase mayor'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Portland Tribune

    Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler is weaving his own narrative after conservative media reports zoomed in on a recent Black Lives Matter demonstration that pitted protesters against motorists. The Tribune's on-the-ground coverage and several videos captured the hurly-burly on Saturday, Oct. 6 after a 74-year-old motorist slowly piloted his car into a group of people marching in the street in response to a fatal police shooting.

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  4. Welcome to Hayhurst: 'Who doesn't like cows?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Portland Tribune

    When Hayhurst Neighborhood Association President Janet Hawkins tries to orient those less familiar with the conglomeration of Southwest Portland neighborhoods to Hayhurst, she tells them that the neighborhood lies near the western edge of the city and boasts Alpenrose Dairy as a familiar attraction. But until recently, when the average visitor meandered through Hayhurst without the help of Hawkins or other Hayhurst residents, they might not have known exactly where they were because of a lack of neighborhood signs.

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  5. Police shoot suspect during standoff at SE Portland motelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    Portland police said the suspect shot and killed Wednesday morning was holding a woman hostage inside a motel room and threatened her life. Police have not released the suspect's name.

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  6. Opportunity Zones offer economic development, with perksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    When it comes to Opportunity Zones and the funds to invest in them, there seem to be more questions than answers. At least for now.

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  7. Council: MAX line vote to follow housing strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    One year ago, Mayor Ted Wheeler upended the planning on the Southwest Corridor MAX line by announcing he had asked TriMet to contribute $100 million for affordable housing - and TriMet had not yet agreed to do so. A lot has changed since then, including a complete takeover of the financing plan for the proposed light rail line by Metro, the elected regional government.

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  8. Suspect arrested in Old Town shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    Police arrested a suspect early Sunday in connection with a shooting in Old Town where no one was apparently injured. Alexis A. Alvarez, 22, was lodged at the Multnomah County Jail on charges of Possession of a Loaded Firearm, Discharge of a Firearm in the City of Portland, and Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.

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  9. Mother of Patrick Kimmons calls for end to gang violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    Chanting "Black Lives Matter!" and marching against traffic, Portland protesters shut down city streets and briefly forced the central Justice Center into lockdown during a weekend demonstration for a man shot to death by local law enforcement. Patrick Tyrone Kimmons died a few hours after midnight on Sunday, Sept.

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  10. Mother charged after gun fired at Jason Lee ElementaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    A parent of a student at Jason Lee Elementary has been arrested after her gun apparently accidentally discharged inside the school's cafeteria, Portland Police say. Antoinette Angel Marie Riley faces a charge of possession of a firearm in a public building, according to court records. 1 comment

  11. See Rams vs. Forty-Niners highlights at 20th Century NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    OREGON SPORTS HISTORY/1953: 'Precious' dashes 81 yards as Mechanics defeat Democrats; Lewis & Clark plays first game in new stadium Pictures of last week's Los Angeles Rams' victory over the San Francisco Forty-Niners will be shown at the 20th Century News theater. Highlights of each Rams game are shown there.

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  12. Bits & PiecesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Portland Tribune

    Here are some notes on this and that and the other thing - including 'Meet the Producers,' 'Corteo' and 'All American' The Northwest Film Center is putting on a series of lively and informal conversations with Portland creative types, "Meet the Producers: The View from Here," on four nights in October. It's designed for people in feature films, advertising, broadcast production, cable, web content, emerging technology and more to lend perspectives on their businesses.

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  13. Long walk takes a turn around Portland ICE officesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 6 | Portland Tribune

    With songs, prayers and some marching through Southwest Portland Thursday morning, more than three dozen people taking part in a seven-day walk to The Dalles called attention to immigration issues and rallied outside federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement offices on Southwest Macadam Avenue. About four dozen people who left a camp near the Sheridan Federal Correctional Institution Monday morning, Oct. 1, joined others in a Portland rally and march.

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  14. In Cully, it's man versus fighter jetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | Portland Tribune

    The fighter jet arcs above the city - tens of millions of dollars of military hardware on display. To a groundling, it's a dime-size speck diving toward Portland International Airport.

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  15. Southwest Corridor MAX line raises environmental concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | Portland Tribune

    The need to preserve and create affordable housing in the Portland area's Southwest Corridor is already a hotly debated topic. But the City Council also can expect to hear concerns about potential environmental damage caused by the proposed MAX line between Portland and Tualatin when it holds a hearing on the recommended route on Oct. 10. The Southwest Corridor MAX project is being managed by Metro, the elected regional government.

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  16. Head out to catch Halloween spiritRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | Portland Tribune

    October is filled with haunted houses, fall fests, pumpkins galore; a new attraction is The Beneath at Veterans Memorial Coliseum But there's a growing number of us who can't wait for fall every year - that change to soup and sweater weather, the rainbow of crunchy leaves and the sunny days at pumpkin patches, hot cider in hand. You don't have to go far in Portland to find a spectacular farm.

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  17. Lake Oswego's laughing over 'Spilt Milk'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 4 | Portland Tribune

    In front of a Buzzfeed video camera, two bizarre figures - one wearing wings and purple scales and another featuring paws, furry hair and upright ears - approached comedian Joanie Quinn. Actually, the figures were furries - people who wear flamboyant animal costumes.

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  18. City Hall Update: City Council gives marijuana-relatedaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Portland Tribune

    The City Council lowered licensing and other fees for marijuana-related businesses in Portland last Wednesday, including providing financial incentives for small companies that are partly owned by or employ a percentage of people previously convicted of marijuana-related crimes. The changes were submitted by Commissioner Chloe Eudaly, who oversees the Office of Community and Civic Life, which manages the city's role with marijuana-related businesses.

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  19. Builder wins duplex driveway flapRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Portland Tribune

    PBOT backs off from attempt to save on-street parking at Northeast Portland housing project, but will not change policy. Portland has settled a legal challenge to a year-old duplex driveway policy with a local, family-owned homebuilding company.

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  20. Hardesty, Smith weigh in on housing, police, livability issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Portland Tribune

    Jo Ann Hardesty and Loretta Smith agree the City Council cannot build enough low-cost homes fast enough to end the affordable housing crisis that is forcing people to live on the streets. But the two council candidates disagreed on what should also be done during their joint appearance last Thursday before the Portland Tribune editorial board.

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