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Confusion, chaos, and outrage reigned after the North Carolina Department of Transportation's sudden decision today to close the Bonner Bridge over Oregon Inlet immediately.
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Oregon small businesses will soon have a guide to help navigate what can seem like a regulatory maze in Salem.
Jay Fewel , who helped guide Oregon's state Treasury into private equity investments, is retiring, a Treasury spokesperson told peHUB.
Cameras on Portland police cars are starting to collect information on local vehicle license plates, and can track up to 128,000 vehicle license plates per day.
Gary Bendix leased a 3,698 square foot industrial property at 742 S.E. Glenwood Drive, Bend, to H2PowerTech.
Sen. Mark Hass, D-Beaverton, smiles in July after the Senate approved legislation allowing the University of Oregon and Portland State University to establish independent governing boards.
About half a dozen Oregon immigrant rights activists are fasting for 24 hours to protest inaction in Congress on immigration reform.
The acquisition positions APP for growth in Clackamas, Columbia, Multnomah, Washington and Yamhill Counties.
A semi truck and trailer overturned when the rear wheels slid off the icy road shoulder and into a ditch Tuesday morning.
The embattled director of Oregon's problem-plagued health insurance exchange said Monday that he'll be taking a leave of absence for medical reasons.
A transport rig carrying a 450-ton piece of oil refinery equipment left a Northeast Oregon port on Monday night, a day after protesters halted its departure, a sheriff's dispatcher said.
There is never a dull day at the north Oregon coast's Seaside Aquarium, it seems.
A Portland Community College engineering student solders a part onto a copter during Intel's Ultimate Engineering Experience in August.
Education officials have launched an investigation into Portland Public Schools after a group of parents complained the district is not providing enough school days under law.
Two people died in crashes on Oregon roads over the Thanksgiving weekend, the same number as last year, according to information released by state police Monday.
These cabins are at Stub Stewart State Park, one of the new parks in the Oregon Parks and Recreation system that opened under Director Tim Wood.