Pamplin Media Group | Aug. 05, 2014
A legendary 1970 experiment gets a fresh look from folks who were in the middle of it all.
East Oregonian | July 22, 2014
Oregon State Police lacks the troopers to fill in for cash-strapped sheriff's offices, the agency's top cop said Tuesday in Pendleton. And county residents unwilling to fund public safety are in for a rough ride down the road.
The public memorial service for former Gov. Vic Atiyeh has been scheduled.
OSP considering closing its crime lab in Pendleton and shifting services out of Bend.
Pacific Ocean | local | NewsPamplin Media Group | July 30, 2014 8:48 a.m.
Nearly forgotten research from decades ago is raising questions about how accurately geologists have estimated previous earthquake activity in the region -- and whether current predictions of a future devastating earthquake can be trusted.
Two estimates differ sharply on how much money will be generated for Oregon coffers by voter approval Nov. 4 of a marijuana legalization ballot measure.
Commissioner Steve Novick has finally found a street fee that most Portlanders support -- one that only the rich pay.
Hermiston Police Department's new contract includes a 2 percent pay raise incentive for officers to become bilingual.
The gold is there, but whether it can be economically extracted is the million dollar question.
Animal activists say they sabotaged vehicles used by two mobile slaughtering businesses in Oregon's Willamette Valley in recent weeks.