Saturday, December 7, 2013
Bond questions totaling $150 million add interest to an otherwise lackluster statewide ballot.
A national website’s analysis of census data puts Portland at No. 5.
The 216-member group backs a city ordinance to prevent shipments, but other businesses disagree.
The famous white horses were first bred in Austria and originally performed their leaps and kicks in battle.
A proposal would eliminate a voice-control allowance during piping plover nesting season after an unleashed dog killed a chick last month.
Lifeguards kept a close eye on waters around the beach Thursday but again saw no sign of any shark.
The city passed a 31-year-old high temperature record for July 19 by reaching 95 degrees shortly after 4 p.m.
The region's grid is expected to see peak demand this afternoon as residents struggle to stay cool.
Joseph Han is one of 50 finalists who will have their artwork displayed in New York, and perhaps on the Google homepage.
The request comes after an unattended train carrying crude oil rolled away, crashed and exploded in Quebec, killing 50 people.