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Votes set on Burnside Bridge seismic work
Author: Pamplin Media Group
Project to help structure survive a major quake could cost between $550 million and $850 million.

Multnomah County commissioners will vote on two issues connected to the project to make the Burnside Bridge's seismic improvements.

Commissioners vote Thursday, Nov. 14, on a range of alternatives and evaluation criteria for a study ...

Votes set on Burnside Bridge seismic work
Author: Pamplin Media Group
Project to help structure survive a major quake could cost between $550 million and $850 million.

Multnomah County commissioners will vote on two issues connected to the project to make the Burnside Bridge's seismic improvements.

Commissioners vote Thursday, Nov. 14, on a range of alternatives and evaluation criteria for a study ...

$50,000 Powerball ticket set to expire on Nov. 21
Author: Phil Hawkins
Winning ticket was sold in Aurora on Nov. 20, 2018, but prize has yet to be claimed

A $50,000 Powerball ticket sold in Aurora last year is set to expire if it is not claimed by Nov. 21.

The ticket, purchased on Nov. 20, 2018 with the winning numbers of 07-14-23-38-55-18, ...

What's ahead for Oregon State?
Author: Portland Tribune
Kerry Eggers' latest sports podcast features Beavers talk with OSU broadcasters Jim Wilson, Ron Callan

Oregon State has a decent chance to win two more games and qualify for a bowl game for the first time since 2013.

That's the opinion of Beaver broadcasters Jim Wilson and Ron Callan, guests of ...

Bullets strike child's bed in Stark Street shooting
Author: Pamplin Media Group
Portland Police say the suspects were intending to strike a nearby vehicle, but the gunfire also hit apartments.

Portland Police continue to investigate a Friday night shooting that sent bullets into a child's bedroom.

The Gun Violence Reduction Team says the suspect or suspects were targeting a vehicle in the ...

Portland-area hospitals have Trillium in a bind
Author: Nick Budnick
For-profit health care giant's subsidiary may lose out on state contract to serve low-income people in Portland area

Local hospital and health systems have won an early bureaucratic skirmish in their fight against a for-profit health giant attempting to provide health-care to low-income residents of greater Portland.

Now it may be ...

$50,000 Powerball ticket set to expire on Nov. 21
Author: Phil Hawkins
Winning ticket was sold in Aurora on Nov. 20, 2018, but prize has yet to be claimed

A $50,000 Powerball ticket sold in Aurora last year is set to expire if it is not claimed by Nov. 21.

The ticket, purchased on Nov. 20, 2018 with the winning numbers of 07-14-23-38-55-18, ...

What's ahead for Oregon State?
Author: Portland Tribune
Kerry Eggers' latest sports podcast features Beavers talk with OSU broadcasters Jim Wilson, Ron Callan

Oregon State has a decent chance to win two more games and qualify for a bowl game for the first time since 2013.

That's the opinion of Beaver broadcasters Jim Wilson and Ron Callan, guests of ...

Bullets strike child's bed in Stark Street shooting
Author: Pamplin Media Group
Portland Police say the suspects were intending to strike a nearby vehicle, but the gunfire also hit apartments.

Portland Police continue to investigate a Friday night shooting that sent bullets into a child's bedroom.

The Gun Violence Reduction Team says the suspect or suspects were targeting a vehicle in the ...

Oregon doctor accused of implanting 100+ unnecessary pacemakers
Author: Nick Budnick
Cardiology nurse in La Grande blew whistle on allegations; Doctor also worked in Portland, Beaverton and Hillsboro.

A recently unsealed federal whistleblower lawsuit claimed that a longtime Portland-area cardiologist, Emilia Arden, implanted more than 100 patients with unnecessary pacemakers at Grande Ronde Hospital in eastern Oregon.

The whistleblower dropped the case ...

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