Lindsay Nadrich, KOIN News

Lindsay Nadrich

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Portland, OR, United States

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Through the roof: Portland rent hike fastest among U.S. metro areas

Rent prices in the city have continued to rise and according to a recent study, Portland has seen the highest percentage increase in prices among all U.S. metro areas. → Read More

Wheeler extends homeless camp ban along high-crash roads

It’s been two weeks since Mayor Wheeler made an emergency declaration prohibiting camping along high crash corridors across the city. However, many of the camps look pretty much the same along Powell. → Read More

Explainer: How child tax credits impact your returns

With tax season upon us once again, some are wondering how the child tax credits are impacting their tax returns. → Read More

‘Long overdue’: Oregon SoS to audit rental assistance program

The Oregon Secretary of State’s office will audit the state’s rental assistance program after legislators called for this during the special session along with housing providers who say it’s taken too long to get money out the door. → Read More

Mercedes driver killed by Salem police, dog dies later

The driver of a Mercedes was shot to death by 3 Salem police officers who confronted him in a field after he sped off from a traffic stop, the Oregon State Police said. → Read More

PSU cyber security expert on McMenamins ransomware hack, protecting data

KOIN 6 is learning more about the ransomware attack on McMenamins that happened in December, as the company says hackers retrieved private employee information dating back decades. → Read More

MLK Jr. Elementary PTA: ‘We need to preserve our historically Black schools’

“Our grandparents weren’t allowed to live anywhere but in Albina, and by now they’ve driven most of us out,” PTA President Tiffany Robinson stated in a press release. “Dr. MLK Jr. School is one of the last homes we have here and now they’re trying to shut it down.” → Read More

Oregonians to get another shot at emergency rental assistance

Oregonians will have a third chance to apply for emergency rental assistance at the end of this month — a welcome announcement for those who still need help. → Read More

Flooding slams Oregon Coast, closes portion of Hwy 101

Portions of the Oregon Coast were slammed with flooding after heavy rains and snowmelt affected the region and the state. → Read More

Thousands at risk of foreclosure after Oregon moratorium expired

Oregon’s foreclosure moratorium was put in place to prevent foreclosures for people who couldn’t pay their mortgages as a result of the pandemic. The moratorium expired at the end of the year, leaving thousands of homes across the state at risk of foreclosure. → Read More

‘Thankful for this’: Vancouver’s 1st Safe Stay spot opens

An area once filled with a homeless camp tents, garbage, rampant drug use and othe health issues is now the side of Vancouver’s first Safe Stay community. → Read More

Judge: Serial burglar’s mental health prevents defense

A man with a pattern of breaking into homes and more than 50 arrests on his was civilly committed this week because his mental health issues will prevent him from assisting in his defense. → Read More

OSAA investigating racism allegations from girls basketball game

The Oregon School Activities Association is investigating allegations of racism stemming from a girls high school basketball game Tuesday. → Read More

Ryan: Homelessness ‘tearing apart our economy, livelihood’

Commissioner Dan Ryan said Thursday he's still working to find more locations for Safe Rest Villages to help address homelessness in Portland. → Read More

Victim worries burglary suspect will ‘slip within the system’

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – A man arrested more than 50 times was back in court Monday facing charges stemming from two separate home break-in incidents that happened in Lake Oswego in September.  Once again, the charges against him were dropped for mental health reasons. Victims told KOIN 6 News they are upset and frustrated to […] → Read More

1 shot, several streets closed in SE Portland

Several streets are closed in Southeast Portland as police investigate a shooting that sent one person to the hospital. → Read More

Protections gone, 11,000+ Oregon households at risk of eviction

More than 11,000 Oregon households are at risk of eviction as early as Wednesday because protections have expired while they were waiting for rental assistance. → Read More

Man caught on camera throwing rock at car, no arrests made

No arrests have been made since a man was caught on camera Thursday throwing a large rock onto the windshield of a car as the driver exited I-205 S near Northeast Glisan Street. → Read More

11,000 face eviction as orgs call to extend moratorium

Several groups are calling for a special session to extend eviction protections as thousands of Oregon households wait for the state to get out rental assistance. → Read More

Alleged stabber may face bias crimes in ClackCo

A man is facing multiple charges after allegedly attacking two men with a pair of scissors around 6:45 p.m. Friday at the Green Line MAX platform on Southeast Sunnyside Road, the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More