Oregon counties say they're missing out on millions each year because the state doesn't log public forests like timber companies do on private land.
In a stark break from previous thinking on the topic, council members said they don’t predict the work group will come back with a policy that mandates owners retrofit their buildings.
A Madras attorney denies allegations of contract manipulations while the review of public defense contracts statewide leads to reckoning – and no remedy.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission said it has found no recreational cannabis retailers violating the flavored vape ban so far.
As the number of prospective college students declines, colleges like Concordia University find those young people are even more choosy than they used to be.
The majority of laid-off employees will be software development engineers.
On Oct. 10, Doug Faoa, 16, left his home in Albany for a three-month stint at the Inn Home For Boys, a Clackamas County living facility for boys with emotional issues.
The lawsuit states a Safeway customer was charged a 1% surcharge on a bottle of wine that was not disclosed to him before he paid.