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Ducks lose wideout Pittman for up to two months
Author: Portland Tribune
Monday local sports news/Warner Pacific soccer teams drop matches; Inglis' 64 leads Northwest Open Invitational

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Promising Oregon Ducks freshman wide receiver Mycah Pittman will miss six to eight weeks with a shoulder injury he suffered during Saturday's scrimmage.

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Cornerstone (Mich.) 4, WARNER PACIFIC 0

Cornerstone scored ...

Quick start helps Hops win
Author: Maverick Pallack
By Maverick Pallack/Portland Tribune/Five-run first inning fuels getaway victory over Tri-City; Hillsboro heads to Eugene one game up on Emeralds

HILLSBORO — The Hillsboro Hops, in the midst of a postseason push, closed out an up-and-down six-game homestand with a 6-4 win Tuesday over the Tri-City Dust Devils.

Fueled by a ...

Portland schools look to recoup $3 million after bank fraud
Author: Courtney Vaughn
District officials say FBI investigation underway to find source of $2.9 million bank fraud scheme .

The Portland Public School district says it's working with investigators to try to narrow down how nearly $3 million in district funds were fraudulently transferred to an external account.

School district officials say they discovered ...

Portland schools recover $3 million after bank fraud
Author: Courtney Vaughn
District officials say FBI investigation underway to find source of $2.9 million bank fraud scheme.

UPDATE: Portland Public Schools says it has successfully recovered roughly nearly $3 million in district funds that were fraudulently transferred to an external account.

School district officials say they discovered the fraud and missing funds last ...

Man in apartment throws furniture onto cars, police say
Author: Pamplin Media Group
Portland Police Bureau arrests Joseph Lee, 40, on Saturday, Aug. 17 on Interstate Avenue.

Portland Police have arrested a man for allegedly hurling items and furniture out of his third-floor apartment window.

Joseph Jerome Lee, 40, is charged with two counts of unlawful use of a weapon, two counts ...

Oregon's immigrants see trouble in new Trump green card rules
Author: Claire Withycombe and Rachel Alexander/Oregon Capital Bureau
State sues to block changes; officials worry some people may avoid public benefits even if they need them.

The federal government's move to restrict most legal immigration to those who can afford health care, housing and food on their own is causing Oregon immigrants to worry. Even those who will not ...

Patriot Prayer's Joey Gibson vows to fight riot charges
Author: Elise Haas/KOIN 6 News
The 35-year-old previously said he believes the felony riot charge is politically motivated.

Joey Gibson, the leader of the far-right group Patriot Prayer, vowed to fight a felony riot charge in his first Multnomah County court appearance Monday morning, Aug. 19, obj:40475}.

The 35-year-old faces the charge stemming from a May ...

Timbers need their best to beat the best
Author: Paul Danzer
On Soccer/By Paul Danzer/Portland Tribune/Sounders visit is opportunity to regain momentum after loss to Atlanta

It's a safe bet the Portland Timbers won't let the frustration from Sunday's loss to Atlanta United fester.

The Seattle Sounders arrive for a 7 p.m. Friday game. And, as Timbers midfielder Diego Valeri noted, the ...

Fiasco fizzles at weekend waterfront protest in Portland
Author: Zane Sparling
Police kept violent protesters apart at far-right, far-left forces attempt Saturday brawl.

Like the song says: You've got to keep them separated.

The Portland Police Bureau, it seems, did just that.

During what felt at times like a 10-hour game of hide-and-seek on Saturday, Aug. 17, far-left ...

Monday TV, radio
Author: Portland Tribune
The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of sports on the air locally on Aug. 19

Mariners

Seattle at Tampa Bay, 4 p.m., Root Sports NW, KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM)

Hops

Tri-City at Hillsboro, 7 p.m., KPOJ (620 AM)

MLB

Washington at Pittsburgh, 4 p.m., or Milwaukee at St. Louis, 4:45 p.m., ...

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