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Photo courtesy of Clark County Sheriff's Office 

Investigators are looking for more information about Martha Morrison, who was killed in 1974 


A bicyclist is surrounded by heavy traffic as a snow storm forces commuters to leave the city early and jam roads and freeways in Portland, Ore., Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Don Ryan) 

The snow that we have in Portland is going to stick around for the next couple of days


Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, the Washington Capitol is seen at sunset as snow falls in Olympia, Wash. Snow fell across the Pacific Northwest as the first winter storm of the season hit the region. (AP Photo/Rachel La Corte) 

Fire service responded to 378 emergencies Friday with 120 calls about power issues or falls on ice


Portland has persistent issues with open air drug use, particularly around high-pedestrian areas like Old Town, where the LEAD program will be launched. (Stock photo) 

Launched in Seattle in 2011, the LEAD program gives drug offenders the chance to seek treatment 



Find out what the latest is in your school district  



A Portland native with a background in academic administration, Walter Ghant, helps place De La Salle North students in corporate jobs 



Community members say reverting to former name would honor the community who lived there 


Nov. 24, 2016, file photo, University of Portland coach Terry Porter reacts during the team's NCAA college basketball game against UCLA in Fullerton, Calif. Porter is in his first season at coach of the Pilots after some 17 seasons as a player in the NBA, then another 12 as a coach in the league. (Ed Crisostomo/The Orange County Register via AP, File) 

Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra says the Rip City legend is a great choice for Pilots


Anna Bannana’s coffee shop on Alberta Street in Northeast Portland. Photo by Joe Mabel, CC BY 3.0. 

Project seeks stories from the neighborhood’s history for online repository, markers – and will pay some storytellers 


The ACLU and Oregon Justice Resource Center are fighting on behalf of a defendant who was convicted by a 10-2 jury vote. Oregon is one of only two states allowing non-unanimous convictions of felony defendants.  

Court case challenges 1934 state law that only requires 10-2 vote to convict 


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