03-19-2019  10:02 am      •     

Northwest News

 

Weekend windstorms left tens of thousands of people without power 

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Under the settlement, Oregon students will get student loan relief totaling almost $6.1 million

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Doug Kelsey, relatively new in his role, wants to continue improving bus service and accessibility for all passengers

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Nigel Poor, left, and Earlonne Woods, podcast co-hosts and co-producers for "Ear Hustle," stand outside San Quentin State Prison on Woods' release day in San Quentin, Calif. (Kesten Migdal/PRX via AP) 

Earlonne Woods’ ‘Ear Hustle’ documents everyday life inside San Quentin

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Image from the flyer for the Immigrant Nurse Credentialing Program (Courtesy of INC) 

Partners say they are committed to recruiting diverse, multi-lingual graduates from the program

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Under a proposal likely to go before state lawmakers in the new year, marijuana could take the next step toward joining Oregon's list of famous exports

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Voters passed a sweeping firearms measure in November that has drew a court challenge from gun-rights advocates

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(Photo by Bernie Foster) 

Jo Ann Hardesty is the first woman of color ever to serve on Portland’s city council

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Check the cover to see if you recognize any of the faces of our "Newsmakers of 2018"

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Kafoury & McDougal will handle racial profiling case for Washington man Jermaine Massey

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