A University of Oregon employee, who spoke out about the way a student's health records were accessed by the university, says she's been fired.
A look at some of the medical pros and cons of suppressing puberty in transgender teens. Oregon is the only state in the nation that will pay for children to undergo puberty suppression - if they're on the Oregon Health Plan.
The state confirmed Thursday that a sixth student from the University of Oregon has come down with meningococcal disease. Health officials want parents to persuade their students to get vaccinated over Spring Break.
The Oregon Health Policy board met Tuesday to try to reduce the state's vaccination exemption rate, which is the highest in the nation.
People who've undergone conversion therapy to try to change their sexual preference told lawmakers Monday that the therapy doesn't work and is emotionally damaging.
The U.S. Geological Survey says there's a 30 percent chance of a magnitude 6 or greater earthquake that could affect downtown Portland in the next 100 years. What would that do to the Rose City?