The program will now apply to foreclosures pursued by lenders in courts, which has become the standard procedure for most lenders.
The Army said Wednesday that Sgt. 1st Class Michael McClendon is facing charges of dereliction of duty, mistreatment, entering a women's bathroom without notice, and taking and possessing inappropriate photos and videos of at least a dozen women who were naked or in various states of undress.
David Jothen, a resident and former city councilor, said is helping pull the recall petition paperwork together.
"Lots of people see the sign," the owner said. "That's for sure."
Community members can access free childcare or translation services during the event if they pre-register by Saturday.
Five teachers and less than five classified staff members are expected to be laid off in Tigard-Tualatin School District as part of $1.72 million in budget reductions.
The deliberations come after Arias spoke to jurors in the penalty phase of her murder trial, asking them to spare her life. She says she’d use her time in prison to bring about positive change, including helping recycle trash and raising money for victims of domestic abuse.
The newspaper previously reported that Parks may have been behind radio buys, but the Taxpayers Association of Oregon declined to identify its funding source.
"There has never been a case where someone has used a unit clarification procedure to dismantle an entire union," said Henry Kaplan, attorney for the Portland Police Commanding Officers Association.
A 21-year-old man sought Centralia police officers' help in removing a pair of cuffs bought at a second-hand store and put on him as a joke. Turns out, the man had an outstanding arrest warrant.
The utility vows to fight if Klamath Falls decides to use eminent domain to acquire the company's electrical infrastructure.
Oregon School Boards Association says five-year operating levies passed in Beaverton, Milton-Freewater, Siuslaw and Philomath.
Peter Courtney has traded his hand signals for college signs when he needs a staff member's attention.
The PACE Setter drill is unfolding across 50 different venues and some 65 jurisdictions from Gresham to Tigard, with live exercises Wednesday and again Thursday.
Scouting officials have proposed allowing openly gay Scouts but retaining the ban on gay adult Scout leaders.
The attorney general could crack down on charities that spend less than 30 percent on programs.
The hearing will give members of the public a chance to weigh in on board Chairman Jeff Cogen's proposed budget.
Students in Bickleton, Wash., elevation 3,000 feet, take a snow day in May.
Metro has started a month-long public comment period on how to spend $94.6 million in federal Flex Funds for regional transportation projects.
The California-based company, with a plant in Washington, pulled chicken over allergens. The company is under investigation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture over an outbreak of salmonella in Oregon, Washington and elsewhere earlier this year.
Harris has an extensive footprint on escort websites for outcall escort services in Alaska, Utah, Hawaii and New Jersey.
The attorney general says that in conducting U.S. counterterrorism operations against al-Qaida and its associated forces, the government has targeted and killed one American citizen, Anwar al-Awlaki. He also says the U.S.
Portland General Electric says initial information indicates a tree fell on a transmission line, creating a power surge that led to the outage. Traffic lights were reported out along Oregon 99W; electrical meters were blown off homes; and crews are working to restore power.
The Oregon State Historic Preservation Office "determined that the majority of the property owners objected to listing the District in the National Register of Historic Places," according to a statement on the preservation office's website.
Recent graffiti on the Forest Grove Police Department's front door shows how bold taggers are getting, police say.
Barlow students rely on counselor Patty Neuenschwander to prepare them for live after high school, whether they're bound for college, career, or military.
The parks bureau wants to "talk about cultivating more neighbor involvement to stem underage drinking, drug use and vandalism," said parks spokesman Mark Ross.
The outages are in the Tigard, King City, Tualatin and Sherwood areas, according to Portland General Electric's website.
A jury found Jacob Andrew Mommer, 20, guilty in the January 2012 slaying of Ashton Ericka-Marie Reyes south of downtown Seattle. Seattle prosecutors say Reyes was killed in a drug deal gone bad.
The measure, which has no effect on current rates, passed by a margin of about 150 votes, out of more than 4,500 cast.