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FOX 12 Oregon KPTV

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Past articles by Mia:

Oregonians weigh in on eviction reform bill

Oregonians weighed in on a bill that aims to cut down on evictions. → Read More

Oregon's 2022 high school graduation rate was 81.3%, second-highest ever recorded

The Oregon Department of Education released its annual graduation report on Thursday. → Read More

New reproductive rights hotline in Oregon offers free legal advice

There’s a new abortion hotline in Oregon offering free legal advice to callers. → Read More

Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office offers winter car seat safety tips

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 46% of car seats and booster seats are not used correctly. → Read More

Halloween safety tips for trick-or-treaters and drivers

Halloween is just around the corner! → Read More

People rally against resentencing of Vancouver teen’s killer

Chelsea Harrison was just a teenager when she was strangled to death in the Vancouver home of Roy Russell. → Read More

City of Vancouver seeks input from neighbors about third ‘Safe Stay Community’ site

The site under consideration is at Daniels and West 11th Street, about a block away from Clark County Superior Court. → Read More

Portland City Council considers pilot program to shorten 9-1-1 wait times

Portland's average call wait time is 69 seconds compared to the 15-second national average → Read More

Report: Portland Thorns owner Merritt Paulson urged Paul Riley against USWNT job

The Portland Thorns are the center of controversy once again following a new article published by ESPN. → Read More

Report: Foot traffic is up in downtown Portland compared to 2021

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of people in downtown area compared to 2021. → Read More

Man pleads for end to violence after he says cousin was killed in SE Portland shooting

Anyone with information about Wednesday night’s shooting, please contact the Portland Police Bureau. → Read More

Construction to disrupt MAX Red Line service this weekend

A new construction project by TriMet may make your commute even longer. → Read More

New bilingual crossing beacons unveiled in Cornelius

The two new rapid flash beacons were placed at 12th Avenue and Tualatin Valley Highway. → Read More

Multnomah County Library breaks ground on new operations facility

The expansion is all thanks to a Library Capital Projects bond that was approved by voters in Nov. 2020. → Read More

30 American flags stolen from Washington Co. neighborhood

Just two days before the Fourth of July someone stole dozens of American flags from a Washington County neighborhood. → Read More

Affordability board holds first meeting to lower prescription drug prices for Oregonians

With inflation driving up the prices of so many necessities, Oregonians have little money left to pay for arguably the biggest necessity of all, their prescription drugs. → Read More

Portland outdoor pools open for summer amid staff shortage

What better way to celebrate warmer temperatures than a dip at one of Portland Parks & Recreation’s outdoor pools. → Read More

Beaverton High School alum and Olympic track star honored with award

A legendary track and field star is being honored right here in Beaverton. Olympic Gold Medalist Mac Wilkins attended Beaverton High School decades ago, but his legacy on the track lives on. → Read More

31st annual Dragon Boat Races kick off Saturday morning

It’s going to be a busy weekend for the Rose Festival! → Read More

Survivors, hundreds of others take part in PDX Heart and Stroke walk

Red was the color to wear in downtown Portland Saturday morning. → Read More