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Lawyers for the family of a 24-year-old man announced this week that they’ve reached a settlement with the city of Portland for a police shooting in 2017 that left Terrell Johnson dead.

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The bill will restrict local jurisdictions’ ability to deny affordable housing developments on land not zoned for residential use

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House Concurrent Resolution 11, approved Monday by a vote of 47-6, modifies the lyrics, while keeping the same music of “Oregon, My Oregon.”

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A rail union official reportedly told investigators that a fiery oil car train derailment north of Seattle late last year was caused by sabotage.

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Oregon State Representative Mike Nearman (R) Independence 

Rep. Mike Nearman allegedly told people in a video days before the assault that he would let them in the building if they texted him, and he provided his cellphone number.

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On Monday the colorful Morrison Bridge will shine brightly purple, celebrating what would have been the 63rd birthday of legendary musician Prince Rogers Nelson

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Auburn Officer Jeffrey Nelson was charged last year with second-degree murder and first-degree assault in the shooting death of Jesse Sarey, 26, on May 31, 2019

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American Rescue Plan and ballot measures drive new housing, preschool and library investments 

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The assistant principal at Sacajawea Middle School suggested he could segregate two Black middle school students from their class when their mother called to raise concerns about a cotton cleaning activity

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(AP Photo/Gillian Flaccus) 

Today, the Oregon Senate passed House Bill 2168, a bill to make Juneteenth an official state holiday every June 19 beginning in 2022.

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