Jose Gonzalez and his daughter, held by a police officer, leave the hospital in Santiago, Panama, Thursday, Jan. 16, 2020. Gonzalez's wife and 5 children were killed in Ngabe Bugle. Arnulfo Franco/AP Images

Panama exorcism kills seven

Ten people were arrested on Jan. 15 in Panama for the killings of seven indigenous residents of Ngabé Buglé—Panama’s largest indigenous community—in a religious cult ritual. The group accused are…

Hill to Hall

Jan. 6: New Portland police chief holds first press conference since swearing in  After former Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw left her position for a position in Philadelphia, Chief Jami…

Hill to Hall May 21–May 25

May 21: Oregon Senate passes election security bill Senate Bill 944 “overwhelmingly passed” the Oregon Senate on the day of Oregon’s special election for local positions and tax laws according…

Downtown protest declared civil disturbance

Another day of rallies filled Portland’s downtown park blocks on Nov. 17, sparking conflicts between members of various right- and left-wing groups days after city council rejected a proposed ordinance…

Crime Blotter Nov. 5–12

Nov. 5 Vehicle break-in Parking Structure 3 At 5:45 p.m., a student reported their car had been broken into and looked through. However, nothing was stolen.   Nov. 6 Burglary…

Hill to Hall Sept. 30–Oct. 5

Oct. 1 – Supreme Court nominee once brawled alongside former Blazer U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh participated in a bar fight with former NBA basketball player Chris Dudley in…

Crime Blotter

Sept. 24 Graffiti Campus Campus Public Safety documented graffiti, signage and chalk writing associated with a protest on campus. Sept. 25 Theft Peter Stott Center At 4:28 p.m., CPSO responded…