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Washington And Oregon Lawmakers Consider Ending Vaccine Exemptions

Hundreds of people turned up at the Washington State Legislature Friday for a public hearing on measles.

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Clark County Reports No Additional Measles Cases In Outbreak

The Vancouver-area measles outbreak stands at 49 confirmed cases and 11 suspect cases for Tuesday, Feb. 5. 

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Oregon Ships Foster Care Children To Other States — And The Number Is Growing

Oregon doesn't have enough placements for foster care children. So, the state is shipping some of the most vulnerable across state lines. And the number has jumped in recent years. 

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What Should Oregon Look Like? The Fight Over Single-Family Zoning

With Oregon facing a housing crunch, House Speaker Tina Kotek seeks to channel more duplexes and triplexes to residential neighborhoods across the state.

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Honey, I Shrunk The Gorge! Model Railroad Re-Creates Iconic Region

The biggest model railroad club in the Northwest has hand-built everything from Union Station to Multnomah Falls in meticulous detail — with the occasional whimsical flourish (we see you, Bigfoot).

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Vancouver Unveils New Waterfront At Grand Opening

Thousands of people gathered Saturday on the shore of the Columbia River to celebrate the grand opening of the much-anticipated Vancouver Waterfront park.  

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Pendleton Round-Up Brings Old West Nostalgia To Eastern Oregon

The crowds in town for Round-Up events have peaked at 50,000 people in years past, tripling the population of Pendleton.

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ACLU Sues Trump Administration Over Access To ICE Detainees In Oregon

The ACLU of Oregon sued the Trump Administration, arguing that attorneys have not been able to meet with 121 immigration detainees housed at the federal prison in Sheridan, Oregon.

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Oregon Attorney General Joins Letter Calling Trump Administration's Border Policy 'Inhumane'

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson have joined 19 other attorneys general calling on the Trump administration to end its practice of separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Bartels Packing Closes Its Eugene Slaughterhouse, Lays Off More Than 140 Employees

Bartels Packing has shut its Eugene and Fern Ridge Lake-area slaughterhouse and meat packing operations, costing 142 workers their jobs and shuttering a 120-year-old business run by four generations of Bartels family members.