Oregon Department of Justice officials said Friday that “convictions in hundreds if not thousands of cases” would be invalidated if the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the state’s unique non-unanimous jury law.
On this week's show, we look at Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's continuing fundraising and explain why she's still collecting donations.
In a statement, Oregon Senate Democrats said the specter of a lengthy legal battle led them to back down on proposed $3,500 fines.
Grocery workers finish voting Saturday on whether to authorize a strike against Fred Meyer, Albertsons, Safeway and other stores.
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Cat and bird advocates have found enough common ground to co-host an annual ‘Catio Tour’ of outdoor enclosures for house cats, which happens each September in the Portland area.
Oregon Rep. Greg Walden will make his first public appearances since the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton when he holds five town halls in his district next week.
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The new rules would streamline the approval process for forest projects that are "essentially similar" to others that have already been analyzed under federal environmental law.
Oregon’s public health departments are urging doctors to be on the lookout for respiratory illness among people who vape or use electronic cigarettes.
All northbound lanes of the Interstate 5 near Barbur Boulevard have reopened.
The finalists are vying to fill the shoes of Diarmuid O’Scannlain, who assumed senior status in September 2016, a version of semi-retirement for federal judges.