Almost 100,000 Oregonians have filed unemployment claims through the PUA program. Only 23,00 of them have been paid.
The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday in favor of a person's right to legally change their gender to nonbinary.
Pacific Northwest forests face increased threats from severe wildfires, insects, disease and climate change, according to a new assessment released Wednesday by the U.S. Forest Service.
In a two-hour hearing, the Legislature's new committee on policing heard from nine speakers on a wide array of subjects.
An initiative to allow the therapeutic use of psilocybin in Oregon has qualified for the November ballot.
Portland’s police union announced Wednesday that all members of the executive board have voted “no confidence” in the City Council, decrying what they call a lack of council support.
As coronavirus cases continue to surge in Oregon, Umatilla County has become a major hotspot for the spread of COVID-19.
The Oregon Health Authority reported four new coronavirus-related deaths Wednesday bringing the state's total death toll to 224.
The U.S. Attorney in Oregon announced federal charges Tuesday against seven protesters accused in court papers of defacing a federal courthouse and assaulting federal officers during protests in Portland, Oregon against racial injustice and police brutality.
Environment | local | News
The federal government on Tuesday decided to scrap plans to reintroduce grizzly bears to the North Cascades ecosystem in Washington state.
Businesses in Washington are now required to refuse service to customers who don’t wear facial coverings, under a statewide order that took effect Tuesday.
Federal agencies on Monday released data that, for the first time, identifies companies receiving the largest loans through an emergency program.
A little relief is on the horizon for Portland’s hard-hit restaurant industry. The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to place temporary limits on the fees third-party food delivery platforms such as GrubHub can charge.