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Multnomah County got done in Salem what it set out to accomplish: secure funding for a new courthouse.
The vital role of Pretrial, Probation and Parole Professionals - “The job is a mix of law enforcement and social work."
Uprooted: An extended family scatters across East Portland after a rent increase pushes them from an affordable apartment in Cully.
Multnomah County's Earthquake Ready Burnside Bridge project is underway. Take an online survey, view videos and learn about options for creating an earthquake-resilient Burnside river crossing.
As many as 150 students will receive a meal at the school a day. That’s down from the 4,000 meals served during the school year.
Conversations about a merger of the Sheriff’s Office and the City of Fairview began more than a year ago after Troutdale completed its agreement to merge its police force with the Sheriff's Office.
More than 5,000 youth ages 16 to 24 have participated in the SummerWorks internship since it began
We wanted to know how to support our Muslim and Arab-American friends and neighbors. Here’s what we heard.
This year's count of people sleeping without shelter is down nearly 12 percent, including key reductions for populations whose numbers spiked in 2015: women, African Americans and veterans.
Community event celebrates opening of Kenton Women's Village, a unique collaboration that provides shelter, services and a self-governing community for women experiencing homelessness.
How Portland's soaring home costs and stagnant wages, are pushing working families out.
Multnomah County’s Smart Supervision Project (MCSSP) incorporates trauma-informed care in the supervision of high-risk young adults who are 15 to 25 years old.
Multnomah County Commissioners unanimously proclaimed June 2017 as PRIDE Month in Multnomah County.
The Multnomah County Board voted unanimously on Thursday, June 1 to commit the county to reaching its goal of 100 percent renewable energy use community-wide by 2050.
For anyone who needs help, Multnomah County’s Mental Health Call Center is available 24 hours a day. Trained operators are available at 503-988-4888.
The Board unanimously approved the 2018 spending road map after four community-centered public hearings and 14 public work sessions.
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- Shelter opened at Mt. Hood Community College for Warrendale, Dodson evacuees
- Answers to your questions about ash and other fire-related issues
- Reception center to open in Troutdale for communities fleeing fire
- Statement from Commissioner Loretta Smith after MAX stabbing deaths
- County Mental Health Call Center available for those impacted by MAX stabbing