Jennifer Dowling, KOIN News

Jennifer Dowling


Portland, OR, United States

Contact Jennifer

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • KOIN News
  • WKRN
  • WJBF
  • WWLP-22News

Past articles by Jennifer:

Police investigate shooting at Portland’s Normandale Park

Police are investigating the scene of a shooting that occurred Saturday evening at Normandale Park in Portland. → Read More

Oregon mask mandates ending soon, but COVID is staying

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Just because the mask mandate will be lifted in Oregon no later than March 31, it doesn’t mean COVID is going away. While case of infections continue to drop, hospitalizations are expected to remain high for the next several weeks. And though masks will no longer be required indoors, they are […] → Read More

Tamale Boy HQ moving out of Portland amid rampant crime

A popular Mexican eatery is planning to move its headquarters out of Portland following a year full of break-ins. → Read More

‘Pivotal change’: Portland, PPA hold Q&A session on tentative agreement

After the City of Portland and the Portland Police Association reached a new tentative collective bargaining agreement, those involved in the negotiations held a question and answer session for the public on Thursday. → Read More

With mascot stolen, Portland Pickles find themselves in dill-emma

The Portland Pickles' mascot costume was lost for several days after flying with Delta Airlines. Once Delta found the lost luggage, the bag was delivered to the team's office after hours and was later stolen by a porch pirate. → Read More

‘Every shooting sends shockwave’ through Portland

“Every time a shooting happens, it sends a shockwave through a community,” Anna Truxes said. “And this is not specific to Old Town Chinatown, but all over Portland.” → Read More

2022 already a deadly year on Portland roads

Eight people have already died in crashes on Portland streets since the start of 2022, a faster pace than the record set last year. → Read More

Portland downtown neighborhood associations: 800+ tents, rise in crime

Leaders from Portland’s six core neighborhoods got together to talk about some the impacts of homelessness and crime on the residents and businesses in those communities. → Read More

Lincoln County sent tsunami advisory messaging early

Lincoln County Emergency Manager Jenny Demaris said they were alerted to the tsunami advisory for the entire West Coast of the United States around 5 a.m. Saturday after an underwater volcano erupted in the South Pacific near Tonga. → Read More

Oregonians struggle to find COVID tests as omicron surges

As the omicron variant continues to tighten its grip on the region, many are struggling to find COVID-19 tests. → Read More

Washington health leaders discuss pandemic response

Leaders in Washington took a look back at the pandemic on Wednesday to discuss lessons learned and to talk about how they might better combat COVID-19 or other widespread disease in the future. → Read More

Landslides, flooding a concern in Oregon, Washington

Road crews in both Oregon and Washington took advantage of a break in the weather to check roads for any damage left behind. → Read More

‘Folks are worried:’ Volunteers hand out cold weather gear

The Joint Office of Homeless Services opened their supply center in downtown Portland on Christmas afternoon. → Read More

Bread rolls and supplies: Shoppers prep for Christmas, snow

The Bennett family -- dad Mark, mom Kelsey and kids Emilie, Charlotte, Claire and Miles -- drove to the Fred Meyer on SE Hawthorne with their van decked out in lights. → Read More

Is your house prepped for winter? Tips for inside, outside

Along with the gutters and roofs, he recommends homeowners disconnect outdoor hoses, shut off water to outdoor faucets and put a cap on them. → Read More

Oregonians prep for winter driving ahead of weekend snow

With snow in the forecast over the holiday weekend, tire shops are busy with customers who are prepping their vehicles for winter driving conditions. → Read More

Oregon hospital bed supply ‘drastically short’ as omicron spreads

As the omicron COVID-19 variant spreads rapidly across the country, Oregon health officials warn how this may impact hospitals around the state. → Read More

PPB: Suspect at large in one of two deadly shootings

Portland police are investigating two deadly shootings over the weekend in North and Southeast Portland. → Read More

PBOT trucks ready for action in rain or snow

Heavy rain and snow in the higher elevations caught the attention of both residents and road crews Saturday night in Portland metro. → Read More

Safe Rest Village adjacent to Portland school worries parents

Community members sounded off about proposed locations for two Safe Rest Villages in Southwest Portland during Wednesday night's Downtown Neighborhood Association meeting. → Read More