In the codes and on the calendar, here is just some of the Zynchronicity around Richard Gaikowski, a suspect in the Zodiac killings.
Tom Voigt thinks he knows who was behind the crime of the century.
Stephanie Gehring on the importance of courtroom reporters and stenographers and why the shift toward digital recordings matters.
Two Portland organizers explain how transmisogyny and oppression are structural—and how we can fight back.
Not everything in the Rose City has been rosy.
'Murder in Oregon' asks who really killed the state’s former corrections department chief.
The verdict comes after an emotional three-week trial.
Portland Monthly Staff
Law and Order
Jury selection in the trial of Jeremy Christian begins on Tuesday.
Owner David Abel is still looking for the stolen books, including rare works by Andy Warhol and Samuel Beckett.
The plot seemed pulled straight from a bad romance novel, but friends and family are left wondering: why did Dan Brophy die?
We investigate the teeny black market, brick by brick.
From murders to bank robberies, we take a peek at the state's grisly past.
Back in 1923, three brothers staged a not-so-great train robbery.
Here's a look at the numbers.
Involving a waterlogged bronze babe and a full-on police investigation.
Paul Collins's new book, Blood and Ivy, exhumes a once-infamous doctor-on-doctor crime.
New true crime series Evidence of Innocence tells an all-too-common story.
In To the Bridge, Portland author Nancy Rommelmann attempts to comprehend an incomprehensible crime.
The Oregon Woman: No Shelter
A dispatch from Cave Junction.
A thief stole a work of art from the bathroom of Pip’s Original Doughnuts. The rub? They left a forged replica in its place.