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Want to solve a murder? Bust a carjacking ring? Overturn a wrongful conviction that relied on illegal surveillance? Come to beautiful Portland, Oregon, where the homicide rate for blacks is higher than in Baltimore, the mayor is in a grudge match with window-shattering anarchists, and the cops are spying on a city commissioner. Willamette Week, the city’s alt-weekly media powerhouse, is looking for an investigative crime reporter who can explain how the state decriminalized heroin and meth without funding substance-abuse treatment, spot a stabbing that stands from the other five that week, and then get victims, suspects and inmates talking. If you can write dialogue like Dashiell Hammett, enjoy reading court documents with dinner, and your idea of a fun weekend is staking out a violent apartment complex, you’re just the person we’re looking for. Come from a background that’s underrepresented in journalism? That’s even better. Send a resume and three clips to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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