Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins says she was "taken aback" by the amount of misinformation that surrounded Oregon's recent election process. In a speech at Salem City Club, Atkins said even her own Facebook friends were sharing bad information.
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Winning World War II depended on raw materials. One such resource grew tall and green in the Pacific Northwest. From our series 'Battle Ready: The Military’s Environmental Legacy In The Northwest.'
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For tribal officials, a 1999 explosion underscored the potential danger of fossil fuel pipelines criss-crossing the landscape where American Indians live, hunt and retain cultural resources.
Home prices in the Seattle and Portland metro areas are the rising faster than anywhere else in the country right now — about twice as fast as the national average.
Oregon's Christmas tree industry, traditionally a powerhouse for the country's holiday firs, has faced a cool down in supply as growers have sold fewer trees and left the market.
About 13,000 people visited the park in its first year, despite its relatively remote location in southeastern Washington, far from the state's major population centers.
Ryan Nall rushed for 155 yards and four touchdowns, and the Oregon State Beavers snapped an eight-game Civil War losing streak with a 34-24 victory over the rival Oregon Ducks on Saturday
Salem city councilor Daniel Benjamin said he resigned Wednesday.