A satellite made by PSU students will be launched into space soon aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
Damian Lillard confirmed this week he’s not planning to leave Portland.
And for the first time in 19 months, Oregon Repertory Theatre welcomes back audiences this week when The Chinese Lady opens.Read More
Northern Oregonians were treated to the Northern Lights early this week.
The Oregon Zoo is celebrating the completion of multiple renovation projects funded by a 2008 bond measure.
And an orphaned cheetah has been adopted into a new family in Oregon.Read More
Looking for peak fall foliage? KOIN weather estimates the Portland area will see peak colors mid-way through November.
North Portland’s Cathedral Park is home to a stunning rain garden.
And keep an eye on Vancouver middle schooler Gracie Jacoby, who recently broke a national high jump record for middle schoolers.Read More
Portland has been ranked best coffee city in America by the National Coffee Association.
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall has a new sound system that was tailored especially for the historic building.
And if you’re noticing delayed FedEx packages around the Portland area, that’s likely due to a staffing shortage at the Troutdale hub.Read More
Portland has suffered 88 days of temperatures over 80 degrees this year, a tie for 2015.
Fall is officially here. Check out these roadtrips for amazing fall colors around Oregon!
And cooler temperatures mean campfire restrictions are beginning to lift at national forests.Read More
Leisure has ranked PDX the No. 1 Airport in the United States.
If you attend PSU’s Saturday home game, the coach will buy you a beer.
And Portland’s newest pedestrian bridge is now the Ned Flanders Crossing, named after a character from The Simpsons.Read More
As things continue to open and adjust to rising COVID-19 cases, some theaters in Portland will require proof of vaccination or a negative test.
Take a listen to The Albina Soul Walk to experience North Portland’s rich history of soul music.
And looking for something unusual to visit in Portland? Check out the Zymoglyphic Museum, which hosts relics from the made up Zymoglyphic period.Read More
Despite another COVID-19 surge, stages across the city are planning to host events and artists. Many venues will require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test.
President Biden has nominated Umatilla tribal member Charles F. “Chuck” Sams III to lead National Park Service. If confirmed, Sams would be the first Native American to hold the position.Read More
PBOT has extended permits for outdoor dining areas through June of 2022.
Census numbers show Portland’s population growth has outpaced Oregon’s over the last decade.
And a family owned farm in North Portland is growing African produce that you can’t find in a grocery store.Read More
Once again, masks will be required indoors throughout Oregon starting Friday. Here’s what to expect at music venues.
It may feel hot where you are, but it’s always hotter in Lents.
And as temperatures soar today and Friday, be sure to have a plan in place to keep cool or head to a cooling center.Read More