Aimee Green,

Aimee Green

Portland, OR, United States

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Aimee Green | The Oregonian/OregonLive

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Seattle woman’s death linked to J&J COVID vaccine, health officials say

The clotting condition is rare, officials said, occurring in about seven cases per 1 million women ages 18 to 49 who’d received the vaccine. → Read More

Oregon to resume statewide indoor mask mandate, Gov. Kate Brown says

The governor will require many state employees to show proof of full vaccination status. → Read More

COVID vaccine site at Oregon Convention Center will be closed Friday and Saturday due to Portland snow

More than 12,000 appointments have been canceled for the next two to three days. → Read More

Portland’s air quality is off the charts Sunday, and parts of Oregon are just as bad due to wildfires

An air monitoring station in Southeast Portland was registering a 516 on the air quality index. → Read More

Portland’s air quality is off the charts Sunday, and parts of Oregon are just as bad due to wildfires

An air monitoring station in Southeast Portland was registering a 516 on the air quality index. → Read More

Protecting Yourself from the Health Dangers of Wildfire Smoke

“Don’t call 911 to report smoke, there’s smoke everywhere and our 911 system is being inundated with smoke calls,” said Andrew Phelps, director of Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management, on Wednesday. → Read More

Oregonians with coronavirus: Retired teacher, 90, celebrated as Rose Parade devotee, lover of nature and travel

Marcia Haug – a 90-year-old mother to three and grandmother to seven – died Sunday, March 22, after suddenly coming down with COVID-19. → Read More

Portland police will stop responding in person to calls that aren’t life-threatening, citing coronavirus concerns

Police officers will stop responding in person to calls that aren’t life-threatening because of concerns about the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Teen who threw rocks at cyclists on the Springwater Corridor Trail gets 30 days in jail

Leonel Rios-Diaz randomly threw rocks at four cyclists, striking one of them, according to authorities. → Read More

Oregon judge ordered woman to type in her iPhone passcode so police could search it for evidence against her

The Oregon Court of Appeals upheld the order for the code -- in a first-of-its-kind opinion for an appeals court in this state. It's likely to make it easier for Oregon police to gain access to contents of a suspect's cellphone. → Read More

Police can’t rummage through your curbside garbage without warrant, Oregon Supreme Court says

The Oregon Supreme Court says we all still retain a privacy interest in our trash after garbage trucks haul it away. → Read More

Portland school discipline coach assaulted 5-year-old student, lawsuit claims

A lawsuit filed this week accuses Sam Leach, a Portland Public Schools employee, of five times assaulting a 5-year-old student at Lents Elementary School in 2016-17. → Read More

Family of dead Mt. Hood climber sues for $10 million for delayed helicopter rescue

The family of a 32-year-old fallen climber who died after waiting several hours for a helicopter rescue on Mount Hood filed a $10 million lawsuit Monday against Clackamas County. The lawsuit claims the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and Clackamas County 911 were responsible for a series of missteps that contributed to a more than four-hour delay in rescuing John Thornton Jenkins on May 7,… → Read More

Judge Vance Day -- who wouldn't marry same-sex couples

The Oregon Supreme Court issued its decision Thursday on embattled Marion County Circuit Judge Vance Day. → Read More

Oregon man, 20, sues Dick's, Walmart over new gun sale policies

Tyler Watson, a southern Oregon man, says Dick's Sporting Goods and Walmart have discriminated against him for refusing to sell him a gun because he's younger than 21. → Read More

Marine who hit Iraqi restaurant employee with chair avoids prison

Prosecutors believe Damien Thomas Rodriguez was suffering from the effects of post traumatic stress disorder when he entered an Iraqi restaurant -- DarSalam on Northeast Alberta Street in Portland -- and struck an employee with a chair. → Read More

Lawsuit filed after wild video shows speedboat slamming into fishermen

A salmon fisherman who abandoned ship by leaping into the frigid waters of the Columbia River last summer -- an instant before another motorboat crashed into his -- has filed a $372,500 lawsuit against the other driver. → Read More

Lawsuit: Woman had unnecessary mastectomy, hysterectomy based on mistaken diagnosis

A 36-year-old southern Oregon woman underwent a double mastectomy and a hysterectomy based on genetic tests that medical professionals mistakenly said showed she carried cancer-causing genes, she claims in a $1.8 million lawsuit. → Read More

Once an illegal immigrant and a foster child, she's now one of Oregon's newest judges

Xiomara Torres fled a war-torn country and aged out of the U.S. foster care system, and now is a Multnomah County Circuit Court judge. → Read More