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Tuesday

Encore: Group of Black residents is suing Portland for displacement from their homes

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Saturday

A group of Black residents in Portland is suing the city for displacement from their homes

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Saturday

A holiday concert for the unhoused in Portland brings joy

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Monday

Portland finds it's hard to disentangle the rise in crime from the housing crisis

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Friday

Abortion funds navigate a new legal reality post-Roe

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Tuesday

School district finds eliminating natural gas from new buildings is complicated

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Tuesday

Wednesday

Investigators search for evidence outside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, May 25, 2022, after an 18-year-old gunman killed 19 students and two teachers. Four months after the Robb Elementary School shooting, the Uvalde school district on Friday, Oct. 7 pulled its entire embattled campus police force off the job. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Sunday

Volunteers working to pass an Oregon ballot measure that would require gun permits estimate they sent 10,000 handwritten postcards to voters in a period of a few days. Katia Riddle/NPR hide caption

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Buying guns in Oregon could become more difficult if voters pass ballot measure

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Tuesday

Inmates went on strike in September at Elmore Correctional Facility in Alabama to protest poor prison conditions. Alabama is one of five states voting on measures to eradicate slavery. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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States are voting to eradicate slavery under any terms, but what about prison work?

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Pacific Northwest schools cancel outdoor activities when air quality is unhealthy

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Thursday

Tuesday

Thursday

Changes to abortion laws mean OB-GYNs have less opportunities to learn procedure

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Sunday

A Portland initiative to help unhoused LGBTQ people is facing backlash

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