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Lillard Hits Mammoth Buzzer-Beater To Carry Blazers Past Thunder

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Damian Lillard sank a colossal buzzer-beater to carry the Trail Blazers past the Oklahoma City Thunder, sending Portland to the next round of the NBA Playoffs.

Boyfriend Loophole Enforcement Bill Passes The Oregon House

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The Oregon House passed legislation Tuesday that would create a statewide process for jurisdictions to comply with the so-called “boyfriend loophole” fix.

Census Question About US Citizenship Could Affect Oregon Funding

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Many people believe adding a citizenship question to the census will result in an undercount for non-citizens who refuse to respond.

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Federal Judge To Block New Trump Administration Rules On Abortion Funding

A federal judge said Tuesday he would grant a preliminary injunction preventing new Trump administration rules that could've taken funding away from certain abortion providers from going into effect.

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Protesters Arrested At Zenith Oil Terminal

Police arrest 11 protesters from the environmental group Extinction Rebellion Portland, which built a small garden that blocked Zenith Energy's Portland railroad terminal.

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Oregon Emergency Director To Visit Flooded Counties After Declining To Declare A Disaster

Local and tribal officials in eastern Oregon are pushing for Gov. Kate Brown to declare a state of emergency to help pay for the aftermath of extensive flooding. 

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On Earth Day, Oregon House Shoots Down Proposed Plastic Foam Ban

The bill appeared to have just enough support to pass the Oregon House. Then a veteran Democrat changed his vote.

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Group Plants Garden On Oil Terminal Tracks To Protest Portland Climate Action

An environmental group has blocked railroad tracks at Zenith Energy's oil-by-rail terminal in Northwest Portland, demanding "local and systemic action" against climate change.

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Musician Roy Ayers Rushed To Hospital Upon Arrival In Portland

Musician Roy Ayers was rushed to the hospital after arriving at Portland International Airport.

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Will A Slow Start For PNW Potato Farmers Lead To The French Fry Apocalypse?

A winter of record snowfall means potato farmers in the Pacific Northwest are getting their spuds in the ground later than ever. Could that lead to national french fry shortages this summer?

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Controversial Kalama Methanol Plant May Be Misleading Public, Regulators

Backers of a controversial Kalama, Washington, methanol plant are selling the project as an opportunity to tap into China's fuel market — which is not what they're selling the public.

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Immigrants Could Be Denied Citizenship Based On Cannabis Involvement

People who work in the cannabis industry or people who have had a conviction involving possession or used could be denied citizenship based on this “moral character” judgement.  

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Class Of 2025: Follow Students From 1st Grade To Graduation

Oregon set a goal to have graduate 100 percent of students in the class of 2025. OPB has followed a group of students from kindergarten as they start their educational journey toward high school. Third grade is almost over for the Class of 2025. These are some of their stories.