east_oregonian | April 03, 2014
The Oregon Department of Justice is asking a Marion County Circuit Court judge to throw out a petition that would keep so-called "megaloads" off the road without increased public input.
Pamplin Media Group | Aug. 13, 2014
One man is dead after a bridge over the Sandy River near Ramona Falls was washed out by a thunderstorm on Tuesday, Aug. 12. Clackamas County Water Rescue was able to help 23 others.
The official confirmation that South Eugene High School graduate Tom Durnell was among the victims in last month's mudslide in Washington state provides limited solace to family members, Durnell's older brother said Wednesday.
Oregon State University President Edward J. Ray delivered his "State of the University Address" in Bend on Wednesday, focusing on the recent developments regarding the OSU-Cascades Westside campus.
Clark County has taken an initial step in putting the squeeze on illicit massage businesses.
State Treasurer Ted Wheeler is ineligible to seek re-election in 2016 because it would put him past the constitutional limit of eight elected years in a 12-year cycle.
A state trooper is suing the city of Eugene and the police officer who ejected him from a college football game at Autzen Stadium, claiming that he was roughed up and wrongfully detained after a fight in the stands that didn't involve him.
Representatives of Intel Corp., Washington County and the city of Hillsboro said Monday that they have reached a proposed agreement for the microchip giant to invest $100 billion in its Portland-area plants.
The Springfield Museum is open again after a nearly two-week closure following its board's decision to fire the small nonprofit organization's two paid employees.
Former University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson is leaving the university entirely -- giving up a tenured faculty position -- in exchange for $940,000, according to an agreement finalized on Thursday.
The U.S. Coast Guard's preliminary approval of LNG tanker traffic has been upheld by a federal court.
A Department of Justice investigation of financial irregularities in the Jefferson County Treasurer's Office has resulted in the indictment of Treasurer Deena Goss on 36 counts of misconduct.
The USDA is refusing to conduct grain inspections at a major export facility, effectively shutting down most exports.
A legendary 1970 experiment gets a fresh look from folks who were in the middle of it all.