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A water main break flooded the Alberta neighborhood in Northeast Portland Saturday. Nearly 12,000 Pacific Power customers in the area lost power at the same time.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, Portland Police Bureau Chief Danielle Outlaw and others were in attendance at an event at the Muslim Educational Trust.
One additional confirmed case of measles was identified Wednesday.
The confirmed case is not related to the ongoing measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington.
Clark County Public Health identified one new confirmed case of measles Tuesday.
Lawmakers got together Saturday to speak about restorative justice and lessening the effects of small-scale cannabis convictions.
A report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention outlines an unvaccinated, 6-year-old Oregon boy's tetanus diagnosis.
Long-term solutions for the chronically troubled stretch of road are uncertain.
Clark County Public Health is investigating three suspected cases of measles. There have been 70 confirmed cases in the Vancouver-area outbreak.
Two Vancouver Police Department officers shot and killed a suspect Thursday who was allegedly pointing guns at passersby.
There are a total of 70 measles cases in the Vancouver area, one in the Seattle area and four in the Portland area.
The Oregon Health Authority has identified four new locations in Portland and Salem where people may have been exposed to measles Feb. 18-22.
Drain was among a number of cities and towns in Oregon hit with severe winter storms that have resulted in power loss.
A new study shows that Oregon is meeting only about 16 percent of the need for low-income civil legal aid services.
Clark County Public Health identified three new confirmed cases Friday.