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An attorney for journalists and legal observers suing federal law enforcement returned before a judge Friday seeking a court order to allow them to question... [Read More]
They demanded that city leaders take steps to address the violence and acknowledge gang violence remains a problem. They also called on parents to hold... [Read More]
A federal appeals court Thursday upheld the dismissal in Nevada of an indictment against Cliven Bundy, his sons Ryan and Ammon Bundy and Ryan Payne,... [Read More]
Given that an enhanced number of federal officers remain in Portland, U.S. District Judge Michael H. Simon found that there are still grounds to leave... [Read More]
The youngest was 18 and the oldest was 77 years old. [Read More]
Police point to pandemic, summer heat, officers diverted to protest coverage and loss of gun violence team for making the city ripe for shootings, stabbings. [Read More]
Chief Chuck Lovell said it's one thing if people have a desire to speak out against racial inequities, but "if you're trying to burn, burglarize... [Read More]
After drinking at bars in Nashville, Firefighter Nicholas Perkins returned to his hotel early on Aug. 18, 2019, and used his credit card, instead of... [Read More]
Federal officers assigned to respond to Portland protests haven't started to pull out yet and remain inside the downtown federal courthouse to work with Oregon... [Read More]
Mark Pettibone, a recent Reed College graduate who said federal officers pushed him into an unmarked van while he was heading home from a downtown... [Read More]
Three years after a city report highlighted that Portland police lacked a policy on their duty to alert prosecutors about an officer's potential credibility problems... [Read More]
Isaiah Jason Maza, Jr. is accused of assault on a federal officer by use of a dangerous weapon and depredation against U.S. government property. [Read More]
A federal appeals court has thrown out a Gresham man's confession to Multnomah County sheriff's deputies that he had shined a laser at a police... [Read More]
David Baca, the embattled chair of Linfield University's board of trustees, said he offered to resign after a faculty vote of no confidence this spring... [Read More]
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