Adrian Thomas, FOX 12 Oregon KPTV

Adrian Thomas

FOX 12 Oregon KPTV

Portland, OR, United States

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Past articles by Adrian:

Oregon Republicans push for crackdown on sex offenders

Some lawmakers in Salem are vowing to make changes in the way sex offenders are paroled after serving their time in prison. → Read More

Safe Rest Village construction causes concern for North Portland homeowners

The Peninsula Crossing Safe Rest Village has officially entered its second phase of construction, according to Portland city officials. → Read More

Drivers scramble to find abandoned vehicles after Portland storm, tow lots full

For may drivers who ditched their cars, now begins the task of trying to find where their car was towed. → Read More

Report: Downtown Portland economy has long road to recovery

On Tuesday, the Portland Business Alliance released its State of the Economy and State of Downtown reports. → Read More

FOX 12 Hunger Free Project: Food Insecurity in Rural Communities

In The Dalles, the Columbia Gorge Food Bank just underwent a major upgrade, and can now make an even bigger difference in the area. → Read More

Portland school basketball program loses uniforms, gear after break-in

The Ivy School just began its basketball program this school year, but it now finds itself scrambling for supplies. → Read More

Mt. Hood communities slammed with snow

Monday brought nonstop snow in the Cascades. → Read More

Report: Downtown Portland Clean & Safe finds troubling trend of needles on streets

A report from Downton Portland’s Clean & Safe program shows an alarming increase in the number of hypodermic needles found in parts of Old Town and Downtown. → Read More

Lents Neighborhood Organization donates to repair vandalized PPB memorial wall

A local group is contributing funds to help restore the recently vandalized police memorial to fallen officers in Portland’s Waterfront Park. → Read More

Wilsonville woman scammed while trying to buy puppy on Facebook

A Wilsonville woman is sharing her story and a warning after she says she was scammed online by someone posing as a dog breeder. → Read More

Portland-based nonprofit on front lines of earthquake in Middle East

Portland-based Mercy Corps, a humanitarian nonprofit, has been embedded in Syria helping thousands for over a decade. Now, a new crisis is presenting more challenges. → Read More

Portland city worker strike continues ahead of weekend mediation

It has been two days since about 600 Portland city employees began a strike demanding better pay. → Read More

Standoff with shooter in Hood River ends with arrest

Police have taken one into custody after a shooting at a home in Hood River. → Read More

ODOT Incident Management staffing concerns local tow truck drivers

A spokesperson for the Oregon Dept. of Transportation in the Metro Area says because of staffing, Traffic Incident Management truck drivers are only available Mondays through Fridays 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on the weekends. → Read More

SE Portland homeowners clash over helping homeless

Some neighbors in Southeast Portland are at odds over one man’s attempt to help those experiencing homelessness in and around his property. → Read More

Portland mayor announces plan to revitalize Central Eastside

In the latest 90-Day Reset plan coming from city officials, Portland’s mayor is now turning his attention to the Central Eastside. → Read More

Portland-metro area counties collaborating to survey homelessness

For the first time, Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas counties are all working together for the annual Point-in-Time Count. → Read More

Thorns fire trainer, assistant coach for alleged misconduct

In the wake of a report that shook the professional soccer world, Portland’s women’s soccer team is now facing more scrutiny. → Read More

‘This is a self-rescue:’ Portlanders call for better leadership on crime, homelessness

More Portlanders are speaking out over public safety and what they say is a poor response from local officials in confronting homelessness. → Read More

Portland rolls out new round of pot dispensary relief

Relief is on the way for one of Portland’s pot shops, with money coming from cannabis sales tax. → Read More