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Updated three times daily, here's the latest KGW Weather forecast, covering the Portland and Vancouver metro area, as well as the Oregon Coast, Eastern Oregon... [Read More]
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, an LGBTQ+ group, offered protection for Sparkle at Portland Pride Parade. [Read More]
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More than 150 groups participated in the annual parade in celebration and support of the LGBTQ+ community. [Read More]
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For one local father and son, this Father's Day was about celebrating each other. Don and Jacob Sheeran graduated together from Portland State University on... [Read More]
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Two die in Marion County crash. [Read More]
Online threats and hate speech nearly kept Sparkle, a young drag queen, and their family home this year from the Portland Pride Parade. [Read More]
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A new and sad development as the bodies of 25-year-old Karissa Fretwell and her 3-year-old son, Billy, were found in a heavily wooded, remote area... [Read More]
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Another person involved in the crash survived and was taken to a hospital in the Portland area. [Read More]
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The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, an LGBTQ+ group, offered protection for Sparkle at Portland Pride Parade.        ... [Read More]
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Each week, KGW provides a list events and food options you may want to try in the Portland area over the weekend.        ... [Read More]
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Updated three times daily, here's the latest KGW Weather forecast, covering the Portland and Vancouver metro area, as well as the Oregon Coast, Eastern Oregon... [Read More]
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The bill requires permits for many common watercraft; If signed, it would go into effect January 1, 2020. [Read More]
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A proposed watercraft bill would raise permit prices. [Read More]
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More oil trains are moving through Portland and Vancouver. Laural Porter discusses the risks they pose with Gordon Friedman, a reporter for The Oregonian. [Read More]
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More oil trains are moving through Portland and Vancouver. Laural Porter discusses the risks they pose with Gordon Friedman, a reporter for The Oregonian. [Read More]
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