In an effort to help chronic pain sufferers, Providence Health wants to help them reconsider how they think about pain.
Parents | Sustainability | Environment | News | FamilyOPB | July 14, 2016 2:45 p.m.
Does your kid insist on riding bikes or follow you at home, turning off the lights? A new study shows that children’s energy-saving behaviors affect their parents’ own habits.
Portland Public Schools administrators say the program for migrants is shrinking amid changing demographics, rising housing costs — and the improved circumstances of some families.
Family | News | Parents | Economy | Education | Election | Business | Politics | Health | Nation | NW Life | localOPB | July 6, 2016 3:35 p.m. | Portland
Oregon’s system for finding homes for foster children is in crisis. Some kids are having to sleep in hotels and state offices — at least temporarily.
For 16 years, Jeana Frazzini served as director for Basic Rights Oregon as the group pushed for marriage equality. Now the LGBTQ advocate is leaving the organization and plans on exercising her own right to marry.
Multnomah County adopted new rules for tobacco licenses this week. Stores that sell tobacco will have to apply for a license starting July 1.