Four nurses who spoke to OPB about their time working during the pandemic say PeaceHealth Southwest hospital failed to address the concerns of frontline workers most endangered by COVID-19.
The coronavirus has derailed millions of jobs, but farmworkers are still at work. That's because the federal government has designated food and agricultural a critical part of the nation's workforce.
Rich Vial brings experience in Oregon's secretary of state's office — but also past accusations of partisanship.
A large disturbance Wednesday evening at the Monroe Correctional Complex was likely triggered by rising tensions over COVID-19, according to the Washington Department of Corrections.
Because of the cut in admissions, inmates found unable to aid and assist in their own criminal defense have been left without state-provided treatment for their mental illness.
As Portland residents have sheltered in place, there have been fewer extra resources available for the city’s unhoused community. But the crisis is also bringing the unhoused community together.
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