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Portland has been referred to as the most environmentally friendly or "green" city in the United States and the second most in the world. It is also known for its large number of microbreweries and microdistilleries, as well as its coffee fanaticism. Marked by warm, dry summers and rainy but temperate winters, this climate is ideal for growing roses, and for more than a century, Portland has been known as "The City of Roses".

Population: 582130
Local Newspapers: The Oregonian
Local Sports Teams: Portland Trail Blazers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Portland State University

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Beloved 35-Year-Old Northeast Portland Dive Bar Closes Suddenly After Owner's Death

Jan DeLorme's Hollywood dive was half well-liquor watering hole, half family room complete with an unholy and mismatched wealth of holiday decor-it always felt like a holiday in there-and half curio cabinet of Portland history, with a grab bag of artifacts piled in the back room and walls full of photos taken with famous sports figures, not least of which Michael Jordan. For 35 years DeLorme presided over the bar with a certain hard-boiled indulgence-you could be whoever you wanted, but no nonsense was tolerated.

Oregon's First CBD-Only Cannabis Boutique Opened in Portland This Month

The CBD Hemp Store softly opened Friday, January 12, at 1523 SE Morrison St., with the goal of offering CBD cannabis products to people who don't want to have to go to a dispensary. CBD is the non-intoxicating substance in cannabis often used for anxiety and pain relief.

Portland-area pets for adoption Jan. 23

Big floppy dogs. Small shy kittens. Rascally rabbits. Which is perfect for your temperament, your lifestyle, your floor space? Finding the right pet is never easy, but across the Portland area a passel of agencies is ready to help you find the right cat, dog or other adoptable animal for your home zoo.

Nong's Announces New Downtown Restaurant Location

Portland food cart icon Nong's Khao Man Gai is making another expansion, as owner Nong Poonsukwattana announced via Instagram this weekend that she'll be opening a new downtown brick and mortar location for her namesake business. While the announcement didn't specify a location, some careful observation of the accompanying photo reveals the restaurant's address: it looks to be moving in at 417 SW 13th Avenue, right near Burnside.

Update | Major Collision Investigation Unit to determine what caused Nelson crash

Portland Highway Patrol Acting Sergeant Nathan Cashion said a Major Collision Investigation Unit member was flown from Melbourne and arrived at 8.30pm Monday to photograph the site in daylight. He said Portland police and Highway Patrol members joined them on scene until 4.30am when the Portland - Nelson Road was reopened to traffic.

Woman who killed another inside Portland strip club gets 15 years

A woman who killed a childhood rival by stabbing her in the neck three times at a Northeast Portland strip club was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison. Rinita Linell Lowe, who was 23 at the time, had been arguing with Shantina Turner at Club Skinn when Lowe suddenly pulled the knife from her purse and repeatedly thrust it into Turner's neck shortly after 11:30 p.m. on June 15, 2016 .

Man accused of using Uber driver in bank heist ordered to halfway house

Authorities accuse Deante Gibson, right, of being the suspect, left, in a September 2017 robbery of an Umpqua Bank branch in Wilsonville. Police claim Gibson was taken to and from the bank by an Uber driver who didn't know a robbery was going to occur.

Someone shot at a truck involved in hit-and-run near Fremont Bridge, police say

A man was in jail Monday after a hit-and-run in which someone shot at the man's truck, police say. Travis S. Taylor, 46, was arrested on accusations of driving under the influence of intoxicants, reckless driving and property damage associated with failing to perform his duty as a driver.

Police arrest 3 men 8 blocks away from reported robbery

Lamarr Juan Luster, 19 , and Kobe Branden Cordray, 20, were lodged at Multnomah County Jail, each on two counts of first-degree robbery two counts of second-degree robbery. ( Police arrested three men in connection with a Sunday night robbery, about eight blocks away from the convenience store that was reportedly robbed.

Some Trails Burned by the Eagle Creek Fire Could Take Years to Re-Open

Before the government shutdown, the Columbia River Gorge Forest Service took stock of the area's burn damage. Some trails didn't fare so well.

Protesters Face Off Along a Portland Road, With Very Different Views...

A half-dozen downtown Portland marches and rallies against President Donald Trump captured much of the media attention this weekend. But on the other side of town, 61 blocks east of the Willamette River, another protest on Saturday showed rifts in the city's display of unity.

Man shot in connection with N. Portland domestic disturbance, police say

A man who officers believe was the aggressor in a North Portland domestic disturbance was wounded early Monday when he also became confrontational with another man, who shot him, police say. The injured man was taken to a hospital and is expected to survive.

U-Haul employee justified in shooting would-be robber, grand jury determines

A grand jury has determined a U-Haul employee was justified in fatally shooting a would-be robber earlier this month in Southeast Portland, police say. Tyson B. Pfau, 27, won't be prosecuted in the shooting death of 53-year-old Robert R. Porter, who police say tried to rob the Powell Boulevard U-Haul office at gunpoint on Jan. 3. Detectives learned Porter went into the business and demanded money while wielding a handgun, Portland police said in a news release.

After huge US crowds, European women join chorus for change

Debbie Pain stands at the foot of the Federal Courthouse in in downtown Eugene, Ore., for the annual Women's March calling attention to equal rights and equality for women on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018. Protesters gather at the federal courthouse in downtown Eugene, Ore., for the Women's March calling attention to equal rights and equality for women on Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018.

Young Kiwi actress Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie earns rave reviews from critics - and parents

Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie's performance in Leave No Trace has drawn comparisons to that of Jennifer Lawrence in 2010's Winter's Bone. Film-makers Miranda Harcourt and Stuart McKenzie were in the 1100 strong audience for the world premiere of the young Kiwi actress' Leave No Trace at the Sundance International Film Festival on Sunday evening .

Sony Worldwide Acquisitions Takes Foreign On 'Leave No Trace' - Sundance

Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired all international rights, excluding France to Leave No Trace , directed by Debra Granik whose film Winter's Bone garnered four Oscar nominations. The announcement was made by SPWA's Joe Matukewicz, immediately following the film's world premiere night.

Iconic views at risk of obstruction under proposed Portland zoning plan

Portlanders hold their iconic volcano - and the ability to see Mount Hood from city hilltops, neighborhoods and even the bank of the Willamette River - dear to the heart. Portland's Central City Plan 2035 lays out the city's planned approach to zoning over the coming years, which will impact where flora-filled bike paths can go, include incentives for property owners to improve their buildings' earthquake resiliency and increase building height limits in an effort to make affordable housing development more feasible.

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