Oregon's attorney general won't appeal a circuit court decision that ruled TriMet's practice of randomly stopping passengers without evidence of fare evasion is unconstitutional.
A legal complaint has led SEI staff to be kicked out of Jefferson High School - but the nonprofit's after-school programs continue.
The Oregon Court of Appeals is set to hear arguments Thursday in Salem involving the case of an African-American man who was convicted by a non-unanimous jury in 2016.
The Independent Party of Oregon doesn't gauge success based on statewide candidates. But Patrick Starnes presses on in the race for governor.
Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have released one of the largest data sets of its kind, aimed at curing leukemia.
Congressional challenger Carolyn Long has raised more than $1.75 million since July 1. That’s more than five times the amount of money since her last quarterly report.
The Portland Police Bureau on Tuesday sought to clarify an Aug. 4 incident that involved officers discovering a group with a "cache" of firearms on top of a parking garage downtown during a protest.
Gov. Kate Brown and challenger Knute Buehler agree on a lot. But they've clashed when it comes to expanding health care coverage.
In 2015, Buehler supported a bill that would have tightened Oregon's loose vaccination law.
Audiences in every corner of the Northwest benefited from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's giving. Allen died Oct. 15.