A sign reminds TriMet MAX riders to pay the fare. April 10, 2013.

TriMet adopts new $485M budget

The budget was approved even though the agency’s contract with most of its workers remains unresolved.

Sunscreen (KOIN 6 News, file)

Be prepared: first aid kits and classes

In the wake of the tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma, many families are making sure they are prepared in case of a disaster and emerge…

The City Target store is set to open in downtown Portland on July 28. (May 22, 2013, KOIN 6 News)

City Target hiring begins soon

When the City Target store opens in downtown Portland, it will be the fifth store of its kind in the US and provide jobs for hundreds of peo…

Contractors lay the groundwork for a two-building expansion project at the Cedar Hills Crossing shopping center. The $11 million, 24,000-square-foot expansion will include Seattle-based MOD Pizza's first Oregon location as well as two other tenants property owner C.E. John Company plans to announce in the coming months. The project could be completed by this fall. (Jaime Valdez/Beaverton Valley Times)

Loan keeps mall expansion moving

The $11 million loan allows contractors to move forward with the expansion of the Cedar Hills Crossing shopping center.