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Oregon Appeals Court To Hear Case Contesting Non-Unanimous Juries


The Oregon Court of Appeals is set to hear arguments Thursday in Salem involving the case of an African-American man who was convicted by a non-unanimous jury in 2016.

In Oregon's Gubernatorial Race, Winning Isn't The Point For Independent Candidate


The Independent Party of Oregon doesn't gauge success based on statewide candidates. But Patrick Starnes presses on in the race for governor. 

Where They Stand: Oregon's Gubernatorial Candidates On Health Care


Gov. Kate Brown and challenger Knute Buehler agree on a lot. But they've clashed when it comes to expanding health care coverage.

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Blazers Prepare For A Season Without Paul Allen

By the time Paul Allen died Monday, he had spent 30 of his 65 years as owner of the Portland Trail Blazers.

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SW Washington Democrat Challenger Carolyn Long Raises $1.75 Million

Congressional challenger Carolyn Long has raised more than $1.75 million since July 1. That’s more than five times the amount of money since her last quarterly report.

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A Change Of Heart: Knute Buehler Now Supports Nonmedical Vaccine Exemptions

In 2015, Buehler supported a bill that would have tightened Oregon's loose vaccination law. 

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Portland Police Give New Details About Armed Parking Garage Protesters

The Portland Police Bureau on Tuesday sought to clarify an Aug. 4 incident that involved officers discovering a group with a "cache" of firearms on top of a parking garage downtown during a protest.

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Sea Lion Shuttle Service Not A Solution To Lethal Removal At Willamette Falls

Wildlife managers have asked for permission to kill sea lions at Willamette Falls to save threatened fish. Their attempt to relocate the animals have not solved the problem.

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