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Students at Stephenson Elementary in Southwest Portland will return to class Wednesday, two days after water from broken pipes flooded their school.
PGE estimates it won't be until Wednesday morning that power will be restored in the eight-block area of downtown Portland that was affected after a small explosion and fire Sunday morning.
An abandoned home that was both an eyesore to residents in a Northeast Portland neighborhood and frequently visited by police was finally demolished Tuesday.
A large portion of downtown Portland -- including City Hall and the Multnomah County Courthouse-- remains in the dark.
A 17-year-old Portland girl described as "medically fragile" who left her Southwest Portland home Monday afternoon was found safe on Wednesday.
The final suspect in an infant-snatching case in Vancouver was found in Portland Sunday, according to Vancouver Police Department.
For the third time, a Multnomah County grand jury has issued a new, secret indictment charging former emergency room nurse, Jeffrey McAllister, with more felony charges after two new alleged victims came forward.
Police cars were damaged in two separate incidents when drivers ran into them, one by a suspected drunk driver, the other by a man fleeing in stolen car.
Several major buildings in downtown Portland and a portion of the Pioneer Place shopping center remain without power Monday after an underground cable failure and fire.
A house fire in Southeast Portland caused extensive damage early Saturday morning, but no one was injured.