There is an effort underway in Salem to change Oregon's legal voting age from 18 to 16 years old.
They’re asking the Legislature to fund smaller classes and allocate more money to hire nurses, counselors and teaching assistants.
School board members voted last May on the decision to revert to a traditional schedule. But parents and teachers at the school said they were never formally informed of the change.
A Portland memory center is testing a new drug to treat Alzheimer’s disease and wants new patients to enroll.
Bill Currier was re-elected for his third term as chair of the Oregon Republican Party. His challenger was former gubernatorial candidate and Bend businessman Sam Carpenter.
One of the new confirmed cases is an adult aged 30-39 years old. Another confirmed case is someone who had one of the recommended two doses of the measles vaccine.
The Portland Police Bureau is hosting town halls to engage the community and receive feedback on creating a policy for body cameras.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler has acquiesced to calls form two city commissioners to hold an independent investigation into text messages between a police lieutenant and Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson.
The Clark County measles outbreak is showing signs of leveling off at 53 cases. And public health officials haven’t identified any new locations where people may have been exposed.
Washington state lawmakers advanced a measure Friday that would remove parents' ability to claim a personal or philosophical exemption to vaccinating their school-age children for measles.
A $380 million package moved forward on Friday, but the hard part is yet to come.
Both Democrats and Republicans are concerned over President Trump's national emergency declaration to fund border wall protections.
Metro is asking customers looking to drop off dry 'self-haul' waste to refrain from doing so until March 1.