Lindsay Nadrich, KOIN News

Lindsay Nadrich

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Portland, OR, United States

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Portland woman’s car stolen 3 times in 5 months

Car thefts are up in Portland compared to last year and no one knows that better than Robyn Crummer-Olson who's been a victim of car theft three times since May. → Read More

Old Town businesses want ‘leadership’ from Portland, MultCo

Ian Williams said the Old Town neighborhood where his Deadstock Coffee shop is located feels like it’s more neglected by city and county leaders than it already was. → Read More

Oregon rental help improving, but patience wearing thin

At the end of September, just 19% of households who applied through Oregon’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program had been paid. That number is now up to 31%. → Read More

Experts: Start holiday shopping now to get gifts on time

It may seem too early to start talking about holiday shopping but experts say shoppers should start now if they want their gifts to arrive on time — or be available at all. → Read More

‘Still processing’: Blaze destroys 4 businesses in Portland

Community members are still looking for answers after a huge fire engulfed a city block in Southeast Portland Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Study: Potential ‘citywide solution’ with Portland Street Response team

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The pilot program for the Portland Street Response team, an alternative to non-emergency calls for people experiencing a mental health crisis or homelessness, should be expanded for round-the-clock citywide responsiveness, according to a new Portland State University study that evaluated the program’s first six months. The full study will be presented […] → Read More

Landlords, tenants both frustrated by speed of rental help

Anna Zamarripa is a property manager who said she’s been working nonstop to help her tenants apply for rental assistance. But she said the process has been difficult, confusing and plagued with technical issues. → Read More

Gov. Brown signs Oregon redistricting into law

After the Oregon legislature did their job and passed congressional redistricting plans to include a new, 6th congressional district, Gov. Kate Brown signed the bills late Monday afternoon. → Read More

Oregon rent assistance lag fuels ‘frustration beyond words’

The director of Oregon Housing and Community Services said Thursday the state estimates it will take between six and nine weeks to finish delivering the first round of rental assistance. → Read More

Bill to refund Oregon taxes on stimulus checks was ‘held hostage’

An effort to refund hundreds of millions of dollars in personal income taxes collected by Oregon on federal stimulus checks appears to have reached a standstill. → Read More

Software woes blamed for Oregon’s sluggish rollout of rent help

Oregon continues to work to get rental assistance money into the hands of those who need it as eviction deadlines loom. → Read More

Victim: Burglary suspect ‘doesn’t have right to terrorize us’

A man arrested for multiple break-ins -- whose cases keep getting dropped because he has a traumatic brain injury -- was back in court Thursday to hear the latest charges against him. → Read More

COVID spike affecting ambulance services

Ambulances have to wait longer to drop off patients because beds aren't always available. Officials with AMR told KOIN 6 News ambulance services nationwide are feeling the effects of overwhelmed hospitals and the same is true here in Oregon. → Read More

Tree cutting escalates to gunfire, one dead in Polk County

The homicide happened in the 3400 block of Belvedere Street Northwest after neighbors heard yelling among people who were trimming trees. → Read More

Serial suspect gets cases dismissed due to brain injury

Hector Mundt, 39, is not in jail even though he has a history of breaking into people's homes. But each time the cases are dismissed because he's been found unfit to proceed because of a traumatic brain injury. → Read More

Oregon tenants still waiting for rent help as evictions loom

Oregon is working against the clock to deliver rental assistance to tenants facing eviction. → Read More

Why it’s tough to get through to 911 these days

In November 2020, only 12 callers to 911 waited more than 5 minutes. By July 2021, that number jumped to 574 callers. → Read More

Caught on camera: Suspect flees deadly hit-run in SE Portland

Portland police said Friday they know the name of the driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash the previous day and are trying to track him down. → Read More

Oregon in urgent need of high school sports officials

High school sports referees are in short supply in Oregon. → Read More

Direct calls, automated messages part of heat wave outreach

There are more cooling centers in Multnomah County operating during this heat wave than when records were shattered at the end of June. → Read More