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Six Men Indicted For Cider Riot Brawl

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According to a $1 million dollar lawsuit filed after the brawl, at least five of the men now indicted were connected with Patriot Prayer, a far right group that attracts white supremacists and has engaged in violence.

Walden Says Little About Gun Legislation After El Paso, Dayton Shootings

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Oregon Rep. Greg Walden will make his first public appearances since the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton when he holds five town halls in his district next week.

Oregon Warns Doctors To Look Out For Vape-Related Illness

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Oregon’s public health departments are urging doctors to be on the lookout for respiratory illness among people who vape or use electronic cigarettes.

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Northbound Interstate 5 Through SW Portland Reopens Following Crash

All northbound lanes of the Interstate 5 near Barbur Boulevard have reopened.

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Washington Gov. Inslee Drops Campaign For President, To Seek 3rd Term

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, who has ended his climate change-focused 2020 presidential bid, announced Thursday that he'll seek a third term as governor.

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White House Considers 4 Finalists For Oregon Seat On Appeals Court

The finalists are vying to fill the shoes of Diarmuid O’Scannlain, who assumed senior status in September 2016, a version of semi-retirement for federal judges.  

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Many Of The West's Estuaries Have Vanished: Here's Why That Matters

More than 85% of the West Coast's estuary habitat has vanished since white settlers first arrived. What little remains is under threat from sea level rise.

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Grant County Sheriff Facing Ethics Complaint Rescinds Resignation

Grant County Sheriff Glenn Palmer denies allegations of corruption and says he will run for a sixth term.

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Oregon Governor Reaps $120,000 Fundraising Haul From Business Donors

Despite her differences with many in the business community, Democratic Oregon Gov. Kate Brown managed to raise $120,000 this month from business donors.

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Oregon Puts Pressure On Drug Manufacturers To Stop Raising Prices

The state of Oregon has started to put pressure on drug companies to keep prices down. Wednesday, it released a list of the most expensive medications, and the medications that caused the greatest insurance rate increases.

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Portland's 'Shop. Eat. Play' Campaign Encourages Visiting Downtown Saturday

On Saturday, Aug. 24,  there will be free parking on all streets that are usually metered and in all Smart Park garages, as well as other perks. 

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Malheur County Sheriff's Investigation Of Reporter's Weekend Inquiries Stokes Ire

Staffers at the Malheur Enterprise, a weekly newspaper in the remote town of Vale said they were just doing their job when a county attorney asked the sheriff to investigate them.

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Climate Change Activists Push On With Lawsuit Claiming Constitutional 'Right To Wilderness'

Groups are moving ahead with their legal case that claims a constitutional right to wilderness. A Portland judge rejected its arguments last month, but the group is appealing.

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Class Of 2025: Follow Students From 1st Grade To Graduation

Oregon set a goal to have graduate 100 percent of students in the class of 2025. OPB has followed a group of students from kindergarten as they start their educational journey toward high school. Third grade is almost over for the Class of 2025. These are some of their stories.