Students with a medical diagnosis of autism have access to a specialized type of therapy. But do schools have to allow their therapists into classrooms?
Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw used her swearing in ceremony to speak about policing and racial inequality.
Oregon's only GOP congressman was in the middle of a months-long fight over funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program when the federal government shutdown happened.
So far, turnout in the vote-by-mail election is low for Oregon.
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The Coast Guard says contract crews are working to pull up an old 20-foot-long tank that may be the potential source of an oil sheen on the Columbia River near Astoria.
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Willamette National Forest officials said Friday the tree will be cut from the Sweet Home Ranger District. Oregonians will contribute 10,000 handmade ornaments that celebrate the state's cultural history and people, landscapes, natural resources, and fish and wildlife.
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.
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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 hits thousands of workers in Oregon — and affects 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.