Police tweeted that they are arresting those who refused to disperse downtown. Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. KGW newscast stream. Local News and Information for Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas. Portland police released video from behind the fence of the Justice Center from a previous night of protests. Watch. Election Day 2020: Results from the top races in Portland and Oregon, Mother Nature elects Tuesday to renew the rain, Travis Roy, hockey player paralyzed 11 seconds into 1st college game, dies at 45, Oregon Ducks football players' COVID-19 antigen tests were false positives, team says, Voter turnout continues to surge up to Election Day, Live updates: Election Day voting begins as Trump and Biden await results, Mayor Wheeler tells Portland police to use tear gas only if lives are threatened, Salem police chief apologizes in response to viral video of officer with armed group, Portland protests: Peaceful gatherings and unlawful assemblies. Large demonstrations continued across the city for the ninth night in a row. As of 5 a.m. Saturday, 13 people were arrested overnight in connection with the riot: Mayor Wheeler issued a state of emergency early Saturday, and then imposed a citywide curfew, effective from 8 p.m. Saturday to 6 a.m. Sunday, banning any non-essential public travel or gathering in any public places. Police are reporting more projectiles being thrown. According to police, a large crowd has gathered out front of the Justice Center. Businesses throughout downtown were vandalized and looted -- including stores at Pioneer Place Mall -- and the demonstration was quickly deemed a riot. On Friday, authorities announced that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin has been arrested in connection with Floyd's death. Like the prior several nights, a group met at Revolution Hall to march across Portland. "uploadDate": "2020-05-31 06:32:42", Just before 10 p.m. police say a protester shot at an occupied car at NE 7th Avenue and Morris Street. Lt. Jones with Portland Police Bureau released a statement via Twitter about the peaceful assembly at Irving Park and the unlawful assembly in front of the Justice Center. Protesters marched on MLK and headed to Irving Park. I won't. The vigil was filled with about three hours of speakers. Early Saturday morning, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler pleaded with demonstrators to end the destruction. Protesters gathering at Irving Park June 6, 2020, Protesters headed to Irving Park, June 6, 2020. A crowd of demonstrators is headed to the Multnomah Justice Center. WATCH: Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler holds news conference after overnight riots destroy downtown businesses. https://www.kgw.com/video/news/live_breaking/kgw-live-1-video/283-1393695 A Friday protest in response to George Floyd's death led to fires, looting, vandalism and a shooting, according to Portland police. "duration": "31/05/2020", He also told protesters that he was in favor of the 30-day ban of tear gas, or CS gas, that Seattle had put in place. RELATED: Portland leaders condemn damage, violence from overnight riots. As he saw the vandalism continue, Wheeler, who was out of town caring for his sick mother, returned to Portland and held a news conference Saturday morning alongside other city leaders. The group began marching around 9 p.m. down Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, chanting: "black lives matter," "no justice, no peace," and "I can't breathe," in reference to Floyd's plead while a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his throat. A second gathering was underway at Terry Schrunk Plaza in protest of racial injustices across the county. 10:50 p.m.Police have declared the gathering outside of the Justice Center an unlawful assembly. "I can't breathe" graffiti on a Portland building during a protest in response to George Floyd's death. What can Oregon voters expect on election night? One of its boats will do a fountain display for protesters to say hello as they march. Protesters march through the streets of Portland in response to George Floyd's death, Vandalism in Portland during a march in response to George Floyd's death. Demonstrators are seen throwing objects over the fence. But nor will I stand silent as men like George Floyd are murdered by the very institutions that are supposed to protect and serve them," Wheeler said. This has been a warning every night groups have gathered in front of the center. PORTLAND, Ore. — Massive demonstrations across Portland are underway for a ninth night as thousands continue to protest over the death of George Floyd. Hundreds of people, spread out across the park, showed up to honor Floyd. Portland Police Bureau is live streaming the gathering at the Justice Center from behind the fence. Some individuals broke from the group and vandalized businesses along MLK Boulevard, leaving broken glass and graffiti. Police closed the area to traffic and allowed the driver to back out of the crowd, but they refused. Mayor Ted Wheeler met with protestors on Friday and announced the the LRAD (Long Range Acoustic Devices) would no longer emit sonic tones to disperse crowds. Protesters at Pioneer Square began marching through the North Park Blocks in NW Portland. ... Police declare riot during protest in Northeast Portland. The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office announces a commercial-grade firework was thrown onto the Justice Center steps, injuring a deputy. Protesters arrive at Irving Park to continue their peaceful demonstration. Floyd died in police custody after an officer knelt on his neck for nine minutes. "I cannot condone last night's violence, I can't stand by and watch our city be destroyed, buildings set aflame. RELATED: Portland mayor: Actions of rioters unconscionable, don’t honor George Floyd. Roy Tate of Christ Memorial Community Church while addressing the crowd. Friday night's march and vigil was organized by the activist group PNW Youth Liberation Front to show solidarity with Minneapolis protesters and demand justice for Floyd's death. Police say graffiti went on for about 20 blocks. "description": "KGW News at 11 is live as protests dissipate in downtown Portland" 4 p.m. KGW newscast stream. RELATED: Mayor Wheeler tells Portland police to use tear gas only if lives are threatened, RELATED: Salem police chief apologizes in response to viral video of officer with armed group, RELATED: Portland protests: Peaceful gatherings and unlawful assemblies. One Time, KGW News at 11 is live as protests dissipate in downtown Portland, { "contentUrl": "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVQDbW44Qms", On Saturday, the mayor did not ban tear gas, but said he had directed the Portland police to use tear gas only if lives were in danger and there were no other options. What can Oregon voters expect on election night? Author: KGW Staff Published: 9:43 PM PDT May 29, 2020 The march eventually got to downtown, where demonstrators broke into and set fire inside the Multnomah County Justice Center, which houses hundreds of inmates. Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings. People begin fleeing as police begin to use tactics to disperse the crowd. The details of that plan including who would make that call, what was considered life threatening or any repercussions if it was used inappropriately were not readily available. Police say on Twitter that they are warning protesters in front of the Justice Center in downtown not to touch the fence. Protesters march through Portland in response to George Floyd's death. “We've seen it over and over again,” said Lauren Goche. Donation Total: The evening started with a vigil at North Portland's Peninsula Park, where hundreds of people gathered to honor Floyd, and other black men and women killed by police officers nationwide. KGW News at 11 is live as protests dissipate in downtown Portland This entry was posted in videos . Many in attendance at Friday night's vigil said they appreciated news of Chauvin’s arrest, but only to a degree. KGW reached out for clarification. Several fires were set throughout downtown, in dumpsters, trash cans, cars and pallets at SW 4th Avenue and Alder Street. KGW.com is the official website for KGW-TV, your trusted source for breaking news, weather and sports in Portland, Oregon. Protests continued Saturday across Portland over police brutality and racial injustice. “Officers can even be arrested and they just get acquitted.”, RELATED: Timeline, videos: Riot in Portland in response to death of George Floyd. "@type": "VideoObject", Thousands of protesters headed to Irving Park walking along Grand Avenue. At SW 4th Avenue and Yamhill Street, Portland police say their cars were smashed by protesters armed with electric scooters. 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Isham, 32 years-old, of Roseburg, Oregon, Cited for Interfering with a Peace Officer and Disorderly Conduct II, Noah Wendrow-20 years old, of Portland, Oregon-Riot, Alexis Parra-Castillo-25 year old, of Portland, Oregon-Riot, Latrae Robinson- 28-year old, of Portland, Oregon-Riot, Theft I, Burglary II, David McDougald-30 year-old, of Troutdale, Oregon-Warrants for DUII, Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangerment, Jason Arbaza-Riot, Theft I, Interfering with Police Officer, Dayla Hester-19 year-old, of Portland, Oregon-Burglary II, Theft I, Riot, Jamal Hampton-23 years-old, of Vancouver, Washington-Burglary II, Theft I, Riot, Travis Hessel-27 years-old, of Eugene, Oregon-Burglary II, Theft I, Riot, Jason Mitchell-40 years-old- Burglary II, Theft I, Riot, Michelle Strong-30 years-old, of Portland, Oregon-Burglary I, Theft I, Trespass II, Willie Anderson Brown-29 year-old of Portland, Oregon-Riot, Burglary II, Theft I, Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine), Trespass II, Disorderly Conduct II, and a Warrrant, Joshua Feala- Riot, Burglary II, Theft I, Disorderly Conduct II, Interfering with Police Officer. WATCH: Hundreds gather in Portland for vigil in response to George Floyd's death. RELATED: Derek Chauvin charged with 3rd degree murder, manslaughter in death of George Floyd. Police used tear gas, flashbangs, and other uses of force to try to disperse people. Damage to the Justice Center in downtown Portland.