42 min ago | Seattle Times
Jeff Lauderdale sorts pine lumber April 25 at the Rough & Ready Lumber Co. mill in O'Brien, Ore.
3 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Mel Rader, a co-director of Upstream Public Health and a fluoride advocate, sits next to Angel Lambart and her daughter in December.
7 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
The Oregon Ducks are hosting an NCAA softball regional Thursday-Saturday in Eugene.
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There are quite a few heavy hitters among the chef lineup for the 2013 Feast Portland .
15 hrs ago | The Courier Mailer
Washington County Commissioner Greg Malinowski is among a slew of statewide county officials opposing a bill that would automatically register an estimated 500,000 potential Oregon voters.
An Oregon judge has sentenced a Nevada couple who received $229,000 in unjustified payments from state and county agencies and an insurance company.
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Got bees? Managers for the Portland Center for the Performing Arts discovered a hive of about 2,500 honeybees clinging to the building's south outside wall Thursday.
Jesse Herman, left, and Johnny Colbert work behind the counter at a brisk pace, helping medical marijuana customers at Lightshade Labs in Denver, Colo.
Recently, an article by Kate Baicker and colleagues came out in the New England Journal of Medicine .
From left are Leatherman's multi tools: Squirt ES4, Squirt PS4 and Micra, Leatherman is among the local companies that hopes the TSA changes its rules to permit small knife blades on airplanes.
An attempt to resurrect NE Portland's old-school burger joint Yaw's Top Notch Restaurant has failed after eight months.
A federal judge has dismissed a movie company's Internet piracy complaint against 34 Oregonians, saying the company was unfairly using the court's subpoena power in a "reverse class-action suit" to save on legal expenses and possibly to intimidate defendants into paying thousands of dollars for viewing a movie that can be bought or rented for less ... (more)
When Greg Nokes of West Linn found out that one of his Oregon ancestors was a slave owner he was surprised to say the least.
There's a "Monsanto protection act" in the Oregon Legislature, and opponents say that due to its vague language its repercussions could affect not only seed growers but also city and county governments managing vegetation.
Mrs. Oregon Tara Arnold teaches students at Beaverton's Stoller Middle School a dance to Beyonce'A s "AoeMove Your Body"A . She spent a few weeks at the school late last month as part of her "Movin'A It With Mrs.