local | News | Recreation | NW LifeStatesman Journal | June 22, 2017 5:23 p.m. | Salem, Oregon
Hot weekend temperatures are expected to drive major crowds to the river’s popular swimming holes, in a season that has already seen two drowning deaths.
Jude Rochon, 6, is at Oregon Health & Science University Thursday to be fitted with a prosthetic hand. But rather than spending $50,000 for it, the hand was made with a 3-D printer and cost about $50.
local | Water | Recreation | NW LifeOPB | June 21, 2017 1:46 p.m. | Portland
Water quality testing consistently shows it's safe to swim in the Willamette River. Here are a few things to keep in mind before you decide to take a dip.
Oregon lawmakers gave final approval Wednesday to a tax increase meant to ensure continued health care coverage for low-income Oregonians.
local | NW Life | Arts | Education | State of WonderOPB | June 9, 2017 4:50 p.m. | Portland
Schnitzer is giving $5 million to the fundraising campaign for Portland State University’s new art museum. This means, within the next few years, four regional academic museums will bear his name.
local | Arts | NW Life | State of WonderOPB | June 9, 2017 2:06 p.m. | Portland
The Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education will reopen its doors with the towering tapestries of Grisha Bruskin and an exhibit chronicling the state's history of discrimination.
local | Environment | News | LandCapital Press | June 3, 2017 2:04 p.m.
Plants native to the sagebrush steppe, such as sage and various bunchgrasses, recover from fire better than invasive or intrusive species such as cheatgrass and Western juniper.
For many people of color, the stabbings on a Portland MAX train were less a surprise and more just an escalation of things they’ve heard and felt for years in America’s whitest big city.
The investigation followed an ethics complaint filed against the Bend Republican and likely 2018 gubernatorial candidate by the Democratic Party of Oregon in April.
The UO Board of Trustees voted unanimously Friday to approve naming a dormitory in honor of DeNorval Unthank, Jr.
The suction dredge mining bill now goes to the governor for signature.
A pair of Oregon school districts were intent on identifying warning signs that students might be contemplating a campus shooting when they stumbled onto a threat far more pervasive yet much less discussed — sexual aggression among classmates.
Oregon's two largest universities gained approval Thursday for significant tuition increases, after initially being denied.
Dozens of Native American tribes in six Western states are bashing President Donald Trump's proposed budget cuts to American Indian programs.
Oregon lawmakers got their first look Tuesday at a bill to overhaul the way the state taxes corporations.
Gov. Kate Brown has given the Oregon Health Authority until the end of August to figure out the Medicaid eligibility of 115,000 Oregonians.