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Oregon governor signs landmark anti-coal bill into law

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed one of the nation’s most aggressive pieces of pro-climate legislation into law.


Online prank renames Portland bridge after Jean-Luc Picard

A new Portland bridge got a new name this week – at least on Google Maps.


Gonzaga takes on Portland, probably needing sweep at WCC tournament to extend NCAA streak to 18

The streak is a source of pride, consistency and national standing. Gonzaga has been to 17 straight NCAA Tournaments, tied for the fourth-longest active streak and tied for the sixth-longest …


Oregon sheriff’s sergeant accused of lewd conduct with Idaho boy

Authorities say a sheriff’s sergeant from suburban Portland has been arrested on accusations of sexual misconduct involving a teenager in Meridian, Idaho.


Portland’s Cannabis Cafe closing because of clean air rules

The owner of the World Famous Cannabis Cafe announced she will close her doors next week after another warning by public health officials that the establishment violates indoor air rules.


Froma Harrop: Mega-tower mania is out of hand

Tall buildings run counter to the theme this campaign season: ordinary Americans wanting their power back.


Oregon legislators ask CDC for help with Portland air

Three Oregon legislators have appealed to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for help assessing the public threat from carcinogens found in Portland’s air.


Fix for Portland shipping proposed by ex-Oregon lawmaker

A former Oregon legislator and one-time gubernatorial candidate has proposed creating a shipping authority to help restore shipping business to Portland.


More Portland neighborhoods contaminated by arsenic, map shows

As an angry crowd of more than 750 people watched Tuesday night, state and federal officials for the first time unveiled maps that showed where they’d found alarming levels of …


Portland, feds meeting on changes to police use-of-force reporting

The U.S. Department of Justice wants Portland police to require officers who use deadly force to file immediate accounts of what occurred in use of force reports.


Jacko, Loyola Marymount top San Diego

Adom Jacko scored 17 of his 23 points in the second half and Loyola Marymount defeated San Diego 67-63 on Saturday in Los Angeles.


WCC men’s basketball: Nick Emery, Kyle Collinsworth lead BYU past LMU

Nick Emery scored 24 points, Chase Fisher added 20, Kyle Collinsworth had his 10th career triple-double and BYU took control in the second half Thursday night to defeat Loyola Marymount …


Women’s basketball roundup: Gonzaga storms back, clips Pilots

Gonzaga erased a 17-point deficit and kept its unblemished West Coast Conference record intact with a 71-63 win over the Portland Pilots Saturday at the Chiles Center in Portland. Portland’s …


Gonzaga facing another team with formula for beating WCC bully

The uniforms will be different, the style not so much.


4 Corners: Gonzaga

Gonzaga opens a three-game home stand against the Pilots, who dropped two Bay Area road games while the Zags were pulling out two narrow wins.


West Coast men’s basketball: BYU easily handles Pacific

Chase Fischer scored 23 points with six 3-pointers and Kyle Collinsworth added 22 points as BYU defeated Pacific.


Women’s soccer: Portland edges Gonzaga 1-0

Noelle La Prevotte’s 31st-minute goal was enough to send Portland past Gonzaga 1-0 in a West Coast Conference match Saturday in Portland. Each team had eight shots apiece. The Bulldogs …


Pac-12, WCC cross country championships in area this weekend

The Pac-12 and West Coast conferences are converging on eastern Washington this weekend to hold their respective cross country championships.


Shock rallies for come-from-behind win over Portland

Spokane Shock coach Andy Olson exhaled for a couple of seconds before a post-game interview, perhaps replaying portions of a wild fourth quarter in his mind. Spokane has been in …


Persistence pays dividends

Kevin Pangos was just doing what he usually does. He was putting up extra shots Wednesday night in the Martin Centre. Portland was practicing in the McCarthey Athletic Center. And …


Balanced Gonzaga women stroll past Portland

The Gonzaga women’s basketball team finally trailed in a conference game when Portland hit its opening shot Saturday. But it didn’t last long as the Bulldogs raced to a 79-57 …


Portland provides homey feel for No. 7 Bulldogs

PORTLAND – Another West Coast Conference road game for Gonzaga, but it’ll feel like home for several Zags. No. 7 Gonzaga finishes off a three-game road stretch to open the …


Zags feel right at home in Portland

It’s another West Coast Conference road game for Gonzaga, but it’ll feel like home for several Zags.


Shock end regular season with tuneup at Portland

The Spokane-San Jose playoff matchup was cemented weeks ago so the Shock spent the interim trying to get healthy while building momentum and a winning streak. They’ve accomplished those goals …


Bodybuilder faces federal drug charges

A decorated bodybuilder with a home near Otis Orchards is among 16 people accused of trafficking illegal anabolic steroids imported from China. Federal agents allege Brad Hollibaugh accepted packages of …


Pilots can always count on Nicholas

Portland senior forward Ryan Nicholas is entering the stretch run of his collegiate career. Just don’t expect him to alter his stride. The Gonzaga Prep product has been remarkably consistent. …


Gonzaga looking to even the score

More than 50 text messages appeared on Portland coach Eric Reveno’s phone after the Pilots knocked off visiting Gonzaga last month. “It’s a different era nowadays,” Reveno said. “We didn’t …


G-Prep grad Nicholas in stretch run of Pilots career

Portland senior forward Ryan Nicholas is entering the stretch run of his collegiate career. Just don’t expect him to alter his stride.


Zags get another crack at Portland

More than 50 text messages appeared on Portland coach Eric Reveno’s phone after the Pilots knocked off visiting Gonzaga last month.


No. 1 Arizona holds off Stanford’s upset bid

Nick Johnson kept Arizona’s perfect season going for another game, hitting a go-ahead 3-pointer with 51 seconds left and a pair of free throws with 5.8 seconds to go as …