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California firefighters battling the McKinney Fire get an assist from Oregon crews

Central Oregon crews have reported 15 fires started by lightning in the last 24 hours. Fire officials said the recent heat wave is fueling dry...

Why Oregon changed its strategy to report potential heat-related deaths during the emergency, not after

You might've noticed the shift. Taking lessons from the 2021 deadly heat wave, medical examiner's offices are releasing daily reports of likely heat-related deaths. ...

How is Portland handling in-person check-ins during this heat emergency?

Multnomah County reported 69 people died in last June's heat wave, most of them older people who lived alone. What's the regional strategy this time...

Why the man accused of violently attacking an Asian family in Portland got out of jail the same day he was arrested

Portland Police arrested Dylan Kesterson for allegedly attacking a visiting family after yelling racial slurs. He got out, skipped a hearing, and was arrested again....

West Linn veteran travels to Ukraine to evacuate people, deliver supplies

Paul Wall, an Army veteran from West Linn, connected with other veterans to form a nonprofit before traveling to Ukraine to help people impacted by...

How will the federal interest rate hike impact you?

Oregon economic experts say the Federal Reserve's effort to curb inflation will make borrowing and consumer lending more expensive. PORTLAND, Ore. — The Federal...

Metro West Ambulance missing Washington County EMS benchmarks, records show

Both the county and Metro West Ambulance say modernization has been in progress for years. At the same time, Metro West isn't meeting county standards....

About 35,000 Clackamas County ballots still need to be duplicated by hand

About 70% of all votes cast in Clackamas County have been tallied and reported, but the hand-duplication process is expected to slow over Memorial Day...

Why KGW created the documentary 'One Day'

KGW journalists set out to capture a 24-hour cycle of the street-level response to homelessness in Portland, with the goal of sharing new perspectives. ...

City leaders say Portland police racial and political bias analysis fell short

Mayor Ted Wheeler and commissioners said the independent review seemed "non-responsive" to questions about biases driving PPB policies, actions and culture. PORTLAND, Ore. —...

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