Dozens of people listened to a virtual meeting involving the future of wolf management in Washington state.
On Wednesday, 2,000 signatures were delivered to Oregon's elections office as part of an effort to get a measure on the 2020 ballot that would create the stiffest law in America requiring the safe storage of firearms.
Portland City Council is in agreement: The city needs a new way to respond to emergency calls involving people who are experiencing homelessness.
Test results for Oregon schools show more students are taking state exams, but the percentage of students passing is down. And this year, the results hold a little more weight than usual.
Under a picture of Wheeler preparing to ride his bike to work, Kermit Ty Poulson threatened to throw a Molotov cocktail through the mayor’s bedroom window if he did not fire an officer involved in a recent shooting. Poulson, 40, pleaded guilty in July.
A police officer with a Polk County drug enforcement team fatally shot a man Wednesday at a Goodwill store in West Salem.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced Wednesday she will not call a special session next week, after consensus failed to materialize around a bill to alter the death penalty.
Clackamas County officials say the results will not officially be certified until there’s an opportunity for voters to contest four challenged ballots. But with a tally of 240 no-votes to 145 yes-votes, the voters’ rebuke of annexation won’t change.
Thousands of classified employees at Oregon’s public universities are preparing to strike. College administrators are making contingency plans in case a strike happens at the same time classes start.
All southbound lanes of Interstate 5 have re-opened after a crash near Barbur Boulevard in Southwest Portland.
Workers at Oregon’s public universities have voted to authorize a strike. Picketing could coincide with the start of the fall semester later this month.