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3 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Portland Community College students and a few lawmakers stand behind Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber as he signs the second of two bills that aim to open college opportunity to more young Oregonians.
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7 hrs ago | The Courier Mailer
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11 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Hanjin Shipping Co. said Monday it will continue serving the Port of Portland, subject to quarterly reviews.
Gov. John Kitzhaber said he hopes the rules the Oregon Board of Education will write allowing the use of Native American mascots at public schools address the concerns of critics.
Allen Alley, a Lake Oswego Republican, told supporters he won't challenge Gov. John Kitzhaber in the 2014 election.
A flurry of bills - including many affecting construction - were passed by the Oregon Legislature on Friday as the 2014 short session wrapped up.
The "S-Curve" problem on the Columbia from Spencer Boomhower on Vimeo. Governor Kitzhaber has finally pulled the plug on the costly, risky Columbia River Crossing boondoggle.
The Oregon Senate voted Friday to let local governments temporarily ban medical marijuana stores.
Less than an hour after the frenetic 2014 legislative session shut down for good Friday, a rumpled Peter Courtney sat at his disheveled desk and talked candidly about the highs and lows of the past 33 days.
SEIU Local 49, a health care workers union, has dropped its five ballot initiatives and agreed to start a dialogue with hospitals and the Oregon Nurses Association, but the initiatives may have already done their intended job -- forcing the agenda.
Over 500 Oregon youth and families rallied at a 'People's Hearing' on Saturday to urge Gov. Kitzhaber to stop proposed coal export projects in Oregon.
After 31 days and one and a half snow days, Oregon's 2014 Legislative session came to an end at 5 p.m Friday.
A rally at Pioneer Courthouse Square on Saturday brought together various environmental non-profits and people of all ages to protest against coal exports in Oregon.
An attorney for Damascus is trying to stop Gov. John Kitzhaber from signing a bill that allows some property owners to leave the city.
The Oregon Department of Transportation announced Friday it is closing the I-5 bridge project's offices, issuing cease-work orders to its many contractors and shutting the project down entirely by May 31. The end comes after more than a decade of work and nearly $190 million worth of planning, engineering, financial and traffic forecasting and ... (more)
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