The director of the Oregon Employment Department apologized to thousands of Oregonians still waiting for unemployment relief.
The Portland State University Board of Trustees voted Wednesday to appoint its 10th president — interim president Stephen Percy.
Two Southern Oregon churches claim the state's limits on the size of religious gatherings amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic violate their constitutionally protected rights to free speech.
Multnomah County may apply for Phase 1 of Gov. Kate Brown's reopening plan on June 5. If approved, it could begin reopening on June 12.
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Umatilla County residents and the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation have received more than $3 million in disaster assistance funds.
The Joint Office has proposed a plan: rent out 495 motel rooms to house people experiencing homelessness until there’s a vaccine for COVID-19.
In the last nine days, 84 people have tested positive for COVID-19 due to a spread at Firestone Pacific Foods. The top public health official hasn't changed his recommendation to reopen.
The Democratic nominee for Oregon's second-highest office addressed supporters publicly for the first time Tuesday. She faces Republican state Sen. Kim Thatcher in the November general election.
Health officials in Clark County announced Tuesday that 84 people have tested positive for COVID-19 as part of an outbreak at a Vancouver fruit processor, Firestone Pacific Foods.
The Baker County Circuit Court judge who vacated more than 20 of Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's executive orders surrounding the coronavirus pandemic said he won't back down from his decision.
With reports of false negatives and high death rates, it's hard to tell how accurate Oregon's COVID-19 data is. We break down all the things that could have wrong — and how they can go right.