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The final arguments have been heard in the last of three prosecutions that targeted medical marijuana dispensaries in northern, southern and eastern Oregon.
With temperatures expected to reach the 90s this weekend, the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch for the Seattle metro area the first time it's happened in five years.
The lawsuit, filed this week in U.S. District Court in Portland, alleges the OEA failed to restore secretarial positions in five field offices after an arbitrator found the layoffs breached a collective bargaining agreement between the Professional Staff Organization - an internal union that represents OEA employees - and the association's ... (more)
The Oregon Arts Commission will give $200,000 to 24 arts organizations to support arts education projects around the state.
The Klamath Falls funeral last summer of Oregon Guard soldier Brady Hammer, whose death was initially deemed an accidental suicide.
A project to widen U.S. 26 to Cornelius Pass Road could be jeopardized if federal transportation funding runs out, an Oregon Department of Transportation official says.
Authorities said Thursday they arrested the owner of Whoops Towing as he tried to haul off an undercover police car in Oregon.
Dana Haynes, Portland Mayor Charlie Hales' communication director, violated state election law by crafting a press release in "clear opposition" to a proposed water district measure while on the job, according to state officials.
A new poll by DHM Reseach shows that a majority of respondents in Oregon, Washington and Idaho are supportive of shipping crude oil by train, although the pollsters found the level of knowledge about the subject is low.
An Oregon tech CEO has taken an extended leave of absence after police launched an investigation into an ex-girlfriend's claims that he sexually assaulted her.
Mayor Tim Leavitt cut a green ribbon outside Main Street Marijuana on Wednesday, opening the doors to the first recreational marijuana store in Vancouver, Washington.
There's much ado about Lewis and Clark and the outdoors on the north Oregon coast throughout the rest of the summer, as historical site Fort Clatsop hosts Summer Ranger Programs on a daily basis.
So now that Jamabo's pondering his own future while at Nike's The Opening , there's a specific reason he's strongly considering the Ducks' scholarship offer.
Plants have inspired art ever since early man scratched images of grass on cave walls.
Mark Katches, a nationally recognized leader of investigative and enterprise journalism, has been named vice president of content for the Oregonian Media Group and editor of The Oregonian.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:03 am
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