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Brophy defense rests case, closing arguments loom

On day 25 of the Nancy Brophy trial, who is accused of murdering her husband Daniel Brophy, the defense brought seven witnesses to the stand before resting their case. → Read More

Intel spending $700M for new Hillsboro-area facility

According to the announcement, the new $700 million mega lab, and the industry’s first open intellectual property immersion liquid cooling solution will focus on innovative energy-efficient solutions. → Read More

Nancy Brophy trial Day 24: Jail space dissected, rebuttal witnesses testify

On day 24 of the Nancy Crampton Brophy murder trial, seven rebuttal witnesses took the stand and the court looked over photos of the jail space Crampton Brophy shared with one witness. → Read More

Youth among thousands planning to take part in Portland climate strike

Sunrise PDX said thousands of people of all ages will be walking out of their everyday lives – school, home and work – to march from Portland City Hall to the Portland Climate Festival at Revolution Hall. → Read More

‘She slipped up’: Witness sharing jail space with Brophy takes the stand

The witness, Anndrea Jacobs, 51, told the court on Wednesday that she was in the same dorm at the Multnomah County jail with Brophy. → Read More

Portland paddling event hopes to raise money for Ukraine

The organizers for the Paddle for Ukraine in Portland, OR event say all proceeds will go to buy and send medical supplies for those impacted by the war. → Read More

Vancouver PD: Man emerges from bushes, ‘loosely’ grabs student

On Tuesday morning, VPD said it responded to Covington Middle School where a 13-year-old female student reported that she was walking to school earlier that morning in the area of Northeast 49th Street and Northeast 112th Avenue. → Read More

Portland park gets new play area, more accessible to people of all abilities

According to PP&R, the innovative new playground at Southwest 37th Avenue and Southwest Vermont Street has play elements that are unique in the department’s system. → Read More

Arsonists beware: K9 Kiki joins Portland Fire & Rescue

K9 Kiki is the agency’s new four-legged member and uses her nose to sniff out causes of fires, according to a press release by Portland Fire & Rescue. → Read More

1M dead: Brown orders flags at half-staff for grim milestone

Gov. Kate Brown ordered the flags to be lowered on Thursday, May 12. → Read More

Abortion-rights march set in Portland this weekend

According to an event on the Planned Parenthood Action Fund website, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon is inviting people to join their efforts to raise awareness after the leaked opinion draft by the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade. → Read More

New affordable housing available for families in SE Portland

Government and community leaders came together to celebrate the competition of Crescent Court Apartments with the help of housing developer Related Northwest and the organization Central City Concern. → Read More

Newberg’s new superintendent set to go to trial, under investigation in Jewell

According to the Newberg Graphic, which is a KOIN 6 news partner, Phillips was placed on paid administrative leave by the 175-student Jewell school board in March and is under investigation there for undisclosed reasons. → Read More

PNW crews head to New Mexico and Arizona to fight fires

According to the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center, more than 1,100 firefighters and support personnel from the Pacific Northwest continue to assist with the active wildfires in the Southwestern part of the country. → Read More

Portland State University now has a Tribal grant for students

Portland State University announced a grant by the Oregon’s Higher Education Coordinating Commission to help eligible Tribal students with financial aid. → Read More

Most popular girl names in the 1970s in Oregon

With the help from Stacker.com, KOIN 6 News put together a list of the most popular baby names for girls in the 70s in Oregon using data from the Social Security Administration. → Read More

Portland cat gains following, shares ‘deep thoughts’ on a window

Andy, a cat in Portland, has gained a following on Instagram for sharing her ‘deep thoughts’ for everyone to see. → Read More

How to be financially prepared before wildfire season

According to the Oregon Department of Consumer & Business Services, financial readiness is often forgotten when preparing for a disaster, specifically a wildfire. → Read More

132-year-old tree at PSU honored by state program

Portland State University announced that its copper beech tree encircled by the university’s library would be inducted into the Oregon Heritage Tree program as Oregon’s 81st State Heritage Tree. → Read More

Punting stereotypes: Milwaukie home to women’s tackle football team

The Oregon Ravens is a semi pro women’s tackle football team based out of Milwaukie. → Read More