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Adrian Diaz (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) 

Adrian Diaz's departure comes about a week after police Capt. Eric Greening filed a lawsuit alleging that he discriminated against women and people of color.

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Award ceremony - Leor Beverly, Kelly Irish and Ariane Le Chevallier (Photo/Home Forward) 

Organizations were honored for the the Hattie Redmond Apartments grand opening event

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(Photo courtesy Greg McKelvey) 

McKelvey is the band director at Battle Ground High School

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But advisory committee members say they’re left in the dark about the progress of city code they helped form.

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A person drops off their vote-by-mail ballot at a dropbox in Pioneer Square during primary voting on Tuesday, May 21, 2024, in Portland, Ore. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane) 

Maxine Dexter, Janelle Bynum, Dan Reyfield and Elizabeth Steiner secure nominations; other races too soon to call.

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Former Multnomah County Commissioner Susheela Jayapal is a candidate for Portland-based 3rd Congressional District. 

Oregon has multiple hotly contested primaries upcoming, as well as some that will set the stage for high-profile races in November. Oregon's 5th Congressional District is home to one of the top Democratic primaries in the country.

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Amy Bennett 

New owner strives to keep spirit of business intact during renovations.

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A bottle of Old Pappy Van Winkle bourbon, a 10-year-old, is shown behind glass doors at a whiskey bar, Saturday, March 4, 2023. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File) 

The investigation examined whether employees of the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission improperly used their positions to obtain bottles of top-shelf bourbon for personal use.

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(AP Photo/Paula Bronstein, File) 

The mayor's office says it seeks to comply with a state law requiring cities to have “objectively reasonable” restrictions on camping.

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A federal report says safety lapses at the Oregon State Hospital contributed to recent patient-on-patient assaults. The report by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services investigated a recent choking attack and sexual assault, among other incidents. It found that staff didn't always adequately supervise their patients, and that the hospital didn't fully investigate the incidents. In a statement, the hospital said it was dedicated to its patients and working to improve conditions. It has 10 days from receiving the report to submit a plan of correction. The hospital is Oregon's most secure inpatient psychiatric facility

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