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The Republican nominee for governor said two weeks ago that his campaign raised $350,000 over a one-month period, but his aides declined to disclose the donors.
10 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Gov. John Kitzhaber said he would support a cigarette tax if one were passed by the Legislature.
Prompted by a surge in crude-oil shipments through Oregon, a state committee began Tuesday to review changes in the rules governing railroad movements of hazardous materials.
When Oregon regulators killed plans for Columbia River coal export docks Aug. 18, Big Green redirected its minions and money northward to the decisive battlefield: Cherry Point, Wash., and the proposed $600 million Pacific Gateway Terminal for shipping 48 million tons of Powder River Basin coal annually from Montana , Wyoming and North Dakota to ... (more)
Columbia River Gorge fire chiefs learned mile-long oil trains moved through their communities not from railroads but because of this April photo by an amateur photographer.
Democratic Gov. John Kitzhaber and his challenger Republican Rep. Dennis Richardson have scheduled three debates; dates for two more have yet to be nailed down.
Eileen Isham, the co-director of Head Start programs at Portland Public Schools, peeks into a room at the new Clarendon Regional Early Learning Center.
John Kitzhaber's reforms to the Oregon Health Plan recently received good news from the federal government, averting fears the state would have to drop creative efforts to cut costs.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union Tuesday is expected to announce the results of votes taken by its local units on whether to ratify a tentative contract agreement with Northwest grain terminal operators.
He's now seeking to remake SAIF's top decision making body, nominating three new members to the five-member board.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and his wife have donated $1 million to a Washington state campaign seeking to expand background checks on gun sales, bringing the total amount the campaign has brought in up to nearly $6 million.
Officials responsible for implementing ambitious changes to the Oregon Health Plan are worried a new federal directive could undo the state's Medicaid reform.
Dennis Richardson and John Kitzhaber prepare for their first debate earlier this summer before the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association in Salem.
A union electrician prepares to plug in a refrigerated container in this August 2012 photo at the Port of Portland's Terminal 6. The jobs were disputed by the Port, the electrical workers and the longshore unon in a dispute that eventually involved the current and former Oregon governors.
A Florida judge on Friday approved the new congressional maps redrawn by Republican legislative leaders in a lawsuit over gerrymandering and ruled that he would not order a special election in affected districts.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 04:06 pm
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