The fourth TEDx Portland event was held April 12, 2014 at Keller Auditorium.
TEDx Portland 2014 was an exercise in communal listening, learning and teaching. Here are some of the highlights.
The hashtag #ProjectNat led the sheriff to warn Nathaniel Gray about what may happen.
More than a dozen restaurants have applied to PBOT to add Street Seats.
Early in the 4th, the Jazz led and Damian Lillard hadn’t made a single field goal.
Players in the brawl may be suspended for at least the next game.
A stolen pickup tried to go around a stalled train and was hit by another train.
Lisa Roberts family said they “look forward to her release” after judge’s ruling.
Multnomah County will now hire a safety and security manager for their libraries.
Julia Haner of Lake Oswego will be released on Monday to live with her mother.
Gregory Glanville served 10 years in prison for 2nd-degree murder in Washington.
Parents are pleased the lead-based paint at Alameda Elementary is being replaced.
Logan Storm was found not guilty of molesting two girls in a swimming pool in July 2007.
A man who walked away from a care facility early Friday morning was found by Port of Portland police.
Three families are suing a hospital for nearly $100 million, blaming doctors in the delivery room for their children’s permanent brain damage.
TriMet announced on Thursday that its mobile ticketing app surpassed the 1 million mark for the number of tickets sold.
A man deported more than two years ago was arrested after shooting a BB gun at a vehicle near Oregon City.
Fourteen speakers and five performers will take the stage at Keller Auditorium on Saturday for the return of TEDx.
An elementary school student’s parent is questioning why school officials have not removed lead paint after discovering it six months ago.
A PAC said they can’t verify Bob Terry’s education and military claims.