Brazilian Blowout to pay $4.2M in suit

In the latest legal action pending in Los Angeles County, the California maker of Brazilian Blowout, GIB, agreed to pay more than $4.2 milli…

Govt. Flats ash seen around Portland

Ash from the Government Flats fire fell around the Portland area Thursday, with reports of ash in Southwest Portland, Beaverton, Orchards an…

PETA wants Portland Aquarium investigated

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals wants an investigation into the Portland Aquarium after news earlier this week of a “death log” …

LPGA returns to Classic setting

After four years at Pumpkin Ridge, the Safeway Classic returns to Columbia Edgewater next week. For the first time, it will run over four da…

Portland astronaut Gordon Fullerton dies

The Grant High School graduate flew on two space shuttle missions and had an extensive career as a research and test pilot for NASA and the …

Parking code enforcement officer Gary Shervey checks the number on a disability placard on Southwest Taylor Street. Shervey can determine if the placard is valid and in the right vehicle, but not whether its owner is truly disabled. Undated photo. (Jaime Valdez/Portland Tribune)

Novick seeks change to disabled parking

Vehicles with disabled placards are allowed to park free for as long as they want in downtown Portland. “I was just astonished,” Commissione…