Republicans in the Oregon House of Representatives have a new leader as they head into the 2020 election cycle.
The coalition of unions representing 80,000 Kaiser Permanente workers announced Monday they’ll be walking picket lines in four weeks.
Real ID licenses will be available in Oregon next July, and there could be a lot of demand for them because federal airport screeners will no longer accept non-Real ID licenses from airline passengers starting in October of 2020.
Youth activists from all over the globe are planning a global climate strike Friday to call on world leaders to take action against climate change and to stop the burning of fossil fuels.
Margaret Henderson is suing the organization for $10 million, claiming scout troop leaders did not practice basic safety and supervision when her son Nolan fell and died last year on a hike in Klamath Falls.
A group of Native young adults from around the country are working to heal their generation from trauma.
The four-day Wellness Warrior Camp uses the power of connection — to earth, to culture, to identity and to each other — to promote healthy lifestyles for Indigenous youth.
Oregon’s first-ever public records advocate on Friday urged her role be made explicitly independent from the governor’s office, following allegations it had been the target of influence.
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Some see annexation as a surefire way to price out Southwood Park's poorest residents, while others believe it to be the only antidote the neighborhood’s aging water system.
The Oregon prison received the envelope just days after Coffee Creek Correctional Facility received a similar delivery. The Oregon Department of Corrections does not believe the two incidents are related.