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News | Environment | Water | local

Distressed Trees Prompt Early Watering Reminder

With high temperatures around Oregon, the Oregon Department of Forestry reminds people to water their trees.

Recreation | News | local

Organizers Say Willamette River Is Safe For The Big Float

The Big Float on the Willamette River is this weekend and swimmers don't need to worry about toxic algae.

News | Economy | Business | local

Capital One Call Center In Tigard To Close

Capital One announced it will close its call center in Tigard, resulting in more than 900 jobs lost.

NW Life | News | local

Deal Will Keep 'Spruce Goose' In Oregon

The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum will officially own Howard Hughes' "flying boat" in about five weeks.

News | local

Study: Chronic Pain Patients Don't Tell Doctors About Alternative Treatments

A new study has found that many chronic pain patients don't tell their doctors when they seek alternative treatments.

News | local | Business | Health

Report Shows Tobacco Retailers Target Youths And People Of Color

The Multnomah County Health Department found that tobacco retailers are targeting young people and people of color.

News | local

Sobering Center Coming To Grants Pass

The Oregon Legislature approved a half million-dollar grant for a new public "sober up" facility in Grants Pass.

News | Forestry | Economy | Business | local

Timber Manufacturing To Increase In Pacific Northwest

Oregon and southwest Washington make up one of 12 new regions accepted into a federal effort to increase domestic manufacturing.

News | local

Fire Marshal Warns Illegal Fireworks Can Carry Big Fines

The Oregon State Fire Marshal is encouraging people to use fireworks safely and legally this Fourth of July, warning that violators could face steep fines.

News | local

Survey: Portland Pedestrian Traffic Remains Strong

An alliance of Portland businesses released the results of a semi-annual pedestrian count for downtown Monday.

Two New Scenic Bikeways In Southern Oregon

The Oregon Department of Parks and Recreation approved two new scenic bikeways in Southern Oregon.

News | local

Fire Officials Urge Target Shooting Safety For Summer

 The Oregon Department of Forestry is asking target shooters to help reduce wildfires in the state.

News | Environment | Forestry | local

Public Input To End On Timber Sale Near Oregon Gulch Fire

The public comment period for the New Hayden Fox vegetation treatment project ends Friday.

News | local

Portland Bicyclists Rally For Change

Bicyclists took to the streets of Portland Wednesday rallying for safer streets, climate change and homelessness.

News | Sports | local

Oregon Mandates Safer High School Football

Oregon is the first state to adopt a mandatory program that aims to prevent concussions in high school football.

ODFW Proposes Turning Coquille Farmland Into Protected Wetlands

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will be presenting its draft management plan for the Coquille Valley Wetlands in Coos County.

News | Transportation | local

Report: More Than 400 Oregon Bridges Are Structurally Deficient

A new report by Transportation for America says Oregon has 439 structurally deficient bridges.

Education | News | local

PSU Approves Armed Campus Officers

The Portland State Board of Trustees approved the implementation of an armed police force.

News | Politics | local

Gov. Kate Brown Signs Sexual Assault Bill

Gov. Kate Brown ceremonially signed a bill Wednesday that gives victims of sexual assault on college campuses more privacy.

News | local

Portland Buys Land For New Park In St. Johns

There is a new 3-acre park open to the public in the north Portland neighborhood of St. Johns.