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1 Multnomah County Records 715 COVID Cases in Two Days
2 Multnomah County extends voluntary burn ban due to air quality
3 Multnomah Co. Commissioner travels to Hawaii as COVID-19 cases surge at home
4 Multnomah County Commissioner Sharon Meieran Calls for Another COVID-19 Stay-Home Order in Portland
5 Multnomah County begins four-week COVID-19 'freeze' Wednesday
6 Multnomah County hospitals near capacity
7 The Spread of COVID-19 Has Never Been as Intense in Multnomah County as It Is Right Now
8 What you can and cannot do during Multnomah County’s two-week pause to slow COVID-19
9 Multnomah County offers free flu shot, COVID-19 testing at PCC campus
10 Kafoury on what ‘pause’ means for Multnomah County
11 Preschool for all measure passing in Multnomah County
12 Portland May Reopen For Outdoor Dining Next Week
13 Multnomah County District Attorney Will Pursue Charges Against Two Out-of-State Protesters Who Smashed Windows
14 Multnomah County, Portland officials make public plea for private spaces to be converted into homeless shelte
15 OHA Reports 1669 New COVID-19 Cases In Oregon, 701 In Multnomah County, 11 New Deaths
16 Governor Brown: Hot Spots Like Multnomah County Will Be In The Covid "Freeze" For At Least Four Weeks
17 Multnomah County voters approve free pre-K, will likely start in the fall of 2022
18 Epidemiologist explains best way to interpret zip code COVID-19 data
19 Gov. Brown Hits "Pause" On Social Gatherings for Multnomah County
20 Multnomah County Elections Officials Clarify How Many Ballots Remain Uncounted—and Why
21 Multnomah County voters approved preschool for all. Now what?
22 Portland, Multnomah County search for more shelter spaces
23 Multnomah County 2020 returned ballots exceed that of 2016 election
24 Oregon COVID-19 cases break records; Multnomah County prepares for 'pause' on gatherings
25 Demonstrators break windows, tag walls at Multnomah County Democrats building
26 County investigators find no link between COVID-19 outbreaks and local protests
27 Multnomah County's Preschool for All Measure Won. Here's What the Campaigns Are Taking Away From It.
28 PPS will keep school fields, tracks closed as Multnomah County enters 'social pause'
29 Multnomah County looking for more severe weather shelter space, seek volunteers
30 Woman killed in crash in rural Multnomah County, deputies say
31 County Jail Inmates File Federal Lawsuit Over Repeated Exposure to Tear Gas During Portland Protests
32 Adrian Brown leads in Multnomah County judge election
33 Multnomah County Veterans Services helps veterans get the benefits they've earned
34 County commissioner responds to criticism on traveling to Hawaii during pandemic
35 Cornell Christmas tree farm adapts amid COVID-19 pandemic
36 Woman found dead on roadside in rural Multnomah County
37 Here’s which Portland metro area measures passed
38 Oregon surpasses 70,000 COVID-19 cases
39 Registered Nurse at Multnomah County Jail Says His Personal Information Was Leaked to an Inmate Who Sent Harassing Letters to His Home
40 Oregon COVID-19 updates, Nov. 24: Single-day high 21 deaths reported
41 On Universal Preschool, Multnomah County, Oregon, Moves to the Head of the Class
42 Oregon reports single-day highs of 1,225 COVID-19 cases, 20 deaths
43 The 17 ZIP codes with 100 new coronavirus cases, including Portland’s Pearl District and Old Town
44 Suspect in 2008 Portland homicide extradited from Mexico
45 Huge Voter Turnout For Multnomah County This Year
46 Multnomah County Judge Denies Alan Swinney's Request to Reduce Bail
47 What Multnomah County's Four-Week Freeze Means for Restaurant and Bar Owners & Workers
48 Multiple Oregon elected officials face backlash for tropical vacations during COVID-19 surge
49 Readers respond: Multnomah County needs Adrian Brown
50 Library Bond Measure brings changes to some Branch Libraries
51 Inmates file class action lawsuit after tear gas repeatedly pours into cells during nightly protests
52 VERIFY: Q&A about new COVID-19 restrictions during freeze in Oregon
53 Multnomah County program provides food, rental assistance during pandemic
54 Youth Librarian transferred from Sellwood to Woodstock
55 Multnomah County is back on Oregon's coronavirus watch list
56 Portland prisoners sue county, sheriff over alleged exposure to tear gas
57 Negative COVID-19 test doesn't guarantee health, officials say
58 Man pleads guilty to assaulting Portland officer, sentenced to prison
59 Tax Alert: Voters Approve New Local Taxes in Oregon
60 How an Oregon Measure for Universal Preschool Could Be a National Model
61 Police arrest 3 after Multnomah County Democrats building damaged during protest
62 Sheriff identifies woman found dead in rural Multnomah County
63 Kate Brown: Clackamas County decoupled from Metro neighbors
64 Thieves hobble non-profit with catalytic converter thefts
65 LIVE: Oregon Ballot Measure Results
66 Oregon a state divided by Trump, Biden: county by county returns (updated)
67 Multnomah County Veterans' Services
68 Four suspects arrested in human sex trafficking investigation in Portland
69 DA: Troutdale man arrested for sexual abuse of 4 minors; additional victims sought
70 Two people killed, three injured after crash on NE Marine Drive
71 Burn ban in Multnomah County ending
72 Oregon and Washington set records for total votes cast
73 New COVID-19 records set in Jackson County and across Oregon
74 3 things you need to know this Tuesday
75 Oregon sees 935 new coronavirus cases Tuesday, 13 more deaths from COVID-19
76 Union Gospel Mission informed of positive COVID-19 tests hours after Thanksgiving meal giveaway
77 Portland shoppers encouraged to ‘Buy Black’ on Friday
78 Four law enforcement agencies assist with burglary, shots fired call on Sauvie Island
79 Portland-area DA praises Democratic group for supporting decriminalizing riot-related crimes
80 City Council to appoint Charter Review Commission on Thursday
81 COVID-19 outbreak linked to White City plywood plant
82 Pamplin Media Group
83 Repeat sexual offender known as ‘TriMet Barber’ faces new charges in Lloyd Center peeping incident
84 Coronavirus updates Wednesday: Two more deaths in Lane County, 20 in state
85 Jackson County announces 91 new COVID-19 cases
86 Hollywood neighborhood restaurant suffers second fire in 3 years
87 In the midst of pandemic, Warm Springs parents struggle to connect
88 ‘Freeze’ ends Dec 3, MultCo businesses prep for ‘risk’ phases
89 15 Oregonians dead of coronavirus, 59 mid-valley cases reported on Thanksgiving
90 Portland police announce 4 arrests in human sex-trafficking scheme involving child
91 Multnomah County leaves state's COVID-19 watch list, prioritizes meeting school reopening goals
92 Multnomah County Made a Dashboard Showing When Portland Can Reopen
93 Nearly Half of Multnomah County's New COVID Cases Can't Be Traced to a Specific Source
94 COVID-19 cases increased by 40% in Multnomah County in September, health official says
95 Multnomah County Gets Added to State Watch List of Counties That Can't Trace Enough COVID-19 Cases
96 Multnomah County Submits Application to Reopen June 12
97 Rise in Multnomah County case numbers linked to small outbreaks, social gatherings, health officials say
98 Multnomah County Applies To Reopen While Still Seeking Contact Tracers
99 Multnomah County Falling Short On Reopening Benchmarks Related to Race
100 Multnomah County sticks to June 12 reopening goal