Gabrielle Karol, KOIN News

Gabrielle Karol


Sacramento, CA, United States

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Past articles by Gabrielle:

Wheeler: Challenges, opportunities with MLB in Portland

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said he was getting city staff together to start its work to make the potential stadium project come to life. → Read More

5 women say Salem Health mishandled sexual harassment complaints

Five women have filed complaints with Oregon’s Bureau of Labor and Industries alleging a co-worker at Salem’s largest hospital sexually harassed them over and over again. → Read More

Cop to Kimmons grand jury: 'I was preparing to be shot'

A Portland police officer he "was preparing myself to get shot" the night he and his partner fired 12 rounds and killed Patrick Kimmons in a downtown parking lot. → Read More

PBOT: Portland wasn't ready for e-scooters to stay

Portland’s four-month e-scooter pilot program is officially over – despite the companies’ pleas to stay. → Read More

Emails from Hart family computer indicate marital issues

New documents were released Tuesday from Clark County investigators related to the deaths of a Washington family whose disappearance gripped the country this spring. → Read More

Special Olympics Oregon plans comeback after debt

New Special Olympics Oregon CEO Britt Oase says the organization is on its way toward a steadier financial footing. → Read More

Renters: Apartment wrongly withheld security deposits

When Rachel Brooks was getting ready to move out of her apartment at the Vue in Southwest Portland, she says she was told that the unit was going to be renovated. → Read More

Lime eyes e-scooter expansion in Oregon

E-scooter company Lime is looking to make its presence permanent in Portland – and then expand out through the metro area. → Read More

‘Culinary corridor': New home for food carts?

The culinary corridor is being proposed as a way to save the food carts in Portland. Design consultant and author Randy Gragg, food writer Brett Burmeister and food cart owner Daniel Huerta presented the concept to Portlands City Council last Wednesday. → Read More

App suggests e-scooters underwater in Willamette

KOIN 6 News set out to locate these scooters, which the app shows to be on the very edge of the waterfront park. Three sites were visited, some of which showed multiple scooters in need of charge, but no scooters were found. → Read More

OSHA confirms asbestos found in SW Portland apartments

Oregon’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration confirmed Tuesday that asbestos was found in a SW Portland apartment complex and cited Tandem Property Management for 9 serious violations. → Read More

OSHA emails confirm asbestos in SW Portland apt complex

At least two lawsuits have been filed against the property management company regarding its handling of asbestos. → Read More

Maintenance manager orders asbestos test, fired

A former maintenance manager for Tandem Property Management says he was retaliated against and ultimately fired after ordering a test that showed there was asbestos at a Southwest Portland apartment complex. → Read More

Possible relatives of Hannah Hart come forward

The Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office says people claiming to be biological relatives of Hannah Hart have come forward to help identify remains found in May. → Read More

Holgate Manor takes rent-striking tenant to trial

Management of a Portland apartment complex that became a lightning rod for the city’s housing issues is now taking a renter to trial. → Read More

Astoria considers banning homeless camps in city forests

Trash, needles, and human feces are spoiling Astoria's public-owned forests, Astoria Police Chief Geoff Spalding said Monday, one week before the city council is set to vote on an ordinance banning camping in the city's forests. → Read More

Woman in wheelchair after e-scooter crash crushes tibia

Like many people, Adele Hughes Hromco rode an electric scooter for the first time this summer. The experience was fun, she said – until it wasn’t. → Read More

Piling up: Business goes months without recycling pickup

As the days added up, and the bottles and cans piled higher and higher toward the ceiling, Steve Chittenden started to realize there was a problem. "It's terrible," Chittenden said. "What are you going to do? A mountain of recycling and no place to put it. And they're the only ones I can call." → Read More

‘Grappling hook' used to fish e-scooters out of water

The scooter companies operating in the area have been tight-lipped about whether vandalism has become an issue in Portland. → Read More

Lawsuit: Asbestos cover-up in Portland apartments

A $40 million lawsuit alleges that a Portland property management company tried to cover up that asbestos was found during a renovation, putting employees’ and residents’ health at risk. → Read More