Oregon's known coronavirus cases now number 1,070.
Celebrated Oregon philanthropist and art collector Arlene Schnitzer has died at 91 years old.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced a disaster declaration for Oregon, making federal funding available for people affected by flooding and storms earlier this year.
In Oregon, 999 people had been diagnosed with COVID-19 as of Saturday, while Washington state passed 7,000 diagnoses. Officials in both states now support face coverings for people who leave their homes.
Reports of child abuse have dropped dramatically in Portland in the last two weeks, according to the city’s police bureau.
Instead of reflecting on the county's accomplishments over the past year, Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury focused on the county's work surrounding the ongoing public health pandemic.
Oregon voters no longer have to pay for a stamp to mail in their ballots. Officials are encouraging voters to take advantage of that and stay home.
Most of us are anxious about the novel coronavirus. But for those with struggle with their mental health, that anxiety can spiral out of control and delay their recovery.
The Oregon Department of Corrections said an inmate at the Santiam Correctional Institution in Salem tested positive for COVID-19.
After two weeks of drastic moves to head off a calamitous surge of coronavirus patients, Oregon health officials now say they're cautiously optimistic about avoiding some of the worst repercussions.
If you think you have COVID-19, you're told to stay home and monitor your symptoms. But what does that mean? When do you need to call a doctor?