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Portland Leaders Rename Downtown Street For Harvey Milk

City leaders voted Thursday to rename a portion of Southwest Stark Street after Harvey Milk.

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NW Tribal Members To Appeal Religious Freedom Case

Northwest tribal members plan to appeal a decision by a federal magistrate judge in Oregon over the destruction of a spiritual site near Mount Hood.

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NPS Requests $10 Million For Vancouver Barracks Renovation

With the National Park Service interested in moving its western regional office to Vancouver, some of the set-up work seems to be already underway with a $10 million request to renovate a Vancouver Barracks landmark.

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Oregon Tribe Welcomes Return Of Artifacts From British Museum

Tribal artifacts that have been hidden away in the archives of the British Museum in London for nearly 120 years are being returned to a Native American tribe for an exhibit at its own museum.

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The Vanport Mosaic Festival Honors Memories Of A Multi-Cultural City

The six-day festival offers a wide array of activities dedicated to remembering Vanport, its residents and its history. 

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Little Has Changed In 20 Years Since Thurston High Shooting

The Thurston shooting happened 11 months before Columbine, at a time when Americans were starting to grapple with mass school shootings as a part of life.

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More Women Are Running, But In Oregon It's Not Only About Trump

There’s a record number of women running for political posts this election cycle. Some are motivated by the federal political landscape, others by the Me Too movement.

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With Gladstone Vote, Burgerville Workers Unionize A Second Store

Workers at a second Burgerville store have successfully won a vote to unionize

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'OPB Politics Now': Oregon Primary Election Crunch Time

Oregon’s primary election is days away, and candidates are making their final frantic pleas to voters.

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Senate Committee To Take Up Judicial Nominee Despite Oregon Senators' Objections

Despite objections from Oregon's two U.S. Senators, a conservative federal prosecutor nominated by President Donald Trump to fill a vacancy on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will get his confirmation hearing this week.