Hundreds of tenants and renters' rights advocates gathered outside the Normandy Apartment building in Northeast Portland Saturday to protest a rent increase slated to go into effect on April 1.
GrandMas2Go parent coaches will be available at no cost to families and, Otto says, will help rebuild the village on which communities have long relied to create strong families and healthy, happy children.
Young children in Oregon would have to sit in rear-facing car seats until they turn 2 under a measure being considered in Salem. If approved, Oregon would join four other states, including California, that have a similar requirement.
Politics | Nation | local | News | Election | Family | Health | Business | Economy | NW Life | ParentsOPB | Jan. 30, 2017 10:49 a.m. | Portland
Tuesday is the last day to enroll for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act. And despite concerns it'll be replaced, more Oregonians have signed up this year than all previous years.
History | Nation | Communities | News | Family | Politics | Transportation | WorldOPB | Jan. 29, 2017 7:10 p.m.
Noor Hilmi's family fled Iraq after her brother was kidnapped. Now they're refugees in Portland. They're also one of many families thrust into confusion by President Trump's travel ban.
History | Politics | Nation | local | News | Election | Family | Health | Business | Economy | NW Life | World | Parents | EducationOPB | Jan. 27, 2017 4:45 p.m. | Portland
Leaders from Portland’s churches, mosques and synagogues called Friday for a united front against President Trump’s new executive orders on immigration.
A couple hundred people gathered in downtown Portland Friday to protest the nomination of Betsy DeVos as U.S. Education Secretary.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown says it's not clear what effect President Trump's executive order on sanctuary cities will have on state government.
Politics | Nation | local | News | Election | Family | Health | Business | Economy | NW Life | ParentsOPB | Jan. 25, 2017 2:32 p.m. | Portland
A panel of Oregon’s top health care legislators outlined their plans Wednesday for the upcoming session.
The idea of giving workers paid time off to care for a new baby or an elderly parent has long been a priority of the left. But now the idea is gaining traction with some Republicans in the Washington Legislature.