On the anniversary weekend of President Trump's inauguration, a handful of marches and rallies in downtown Portland tackled issues that ranged from immigration to the #MeToo movement.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday signed both a $4.2 billion capital budget that pays for construction projects across the state.
The U.S. Forest Service gave an update on the conditions of Columbia River Gorge trails Friday. They say some trails may take years to reopen.
A partial federal shutdown would hit thousands of workers in Oregon — and affect people seeking help on issues ranging from a tax dispute with the IRS to their Social Security benefits.
Oregon saw its subsidized passenger train ridership plummet in December following a fatal train derailment south of Tacoma Dec. 18.
Oregon's district attorneys are leading an effort to bring unanimous juries to Oregon. Some say it appears there is a catch.
The hearing for the 15-year-old boy accused of starting the Eagle Creek Fire is scheduled for Feb. 16 in Hood River County Circuit Court.
A coastal flood warning is in effect along the entire Pacific coast for Oregon and Washington.
All seven Deschutes County law enforcement unions have filed a joint complaint with local leaders, and one has filed a state complaint that a new digital radio system installed in July works so poorly it puts their lives and those of the public at risk.
The Register-Guard reports the university on Wednesday renamed the college to the Gary R. Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine after the alumnus donated $50 million.
Amazon has narrowed its hunt for a second headquarters to 20 locations, concentrated among cities in the U.S. East and Midwest. Toronto made the list as well, keeping the company's international options open.