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Candidate For Portland City Council Did Not Register Business, Opponent Says

Portland City Council candidate Loretta Smith is raising questions about her opponent’s business records.

News | Environment

Wildfire Smoke Causing Poor Air Quality Across Northwest

Public health officials are warning of unhealthy air across parts of the Pacific Northwest as smoke from wildfires move across the region.

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Oregon Lawmakers Hire Lawyer To Fight Sexual Harassment Complaint

Oregon lawmakers are preparing to defend themselves against accusations that they underplayed reports of sexual harassment at the state Capitol.

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Vancouver City, Port Officials Get Tour Of Waterfront By Boat

The Vancouver City Council got a unique perspective of the city’s changing shoreline Monday. The council joined port commissioners for a waterfront tour along the Columbia River.

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How Conservationists Are Using AI And Big Data To Aid Wildlife

A Portland nonprofit is using artificial intelligence to help give the conservation movement a makeover.

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Defense Rests In Paul Manafort Case Without Calling Him Or Other Witnesses

Prosecutors wrapped on Monday. The move by defense attorneys to rest their case on Tuesday signals the tax and fraud trial is set to move into its final phase.

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Oregon Coast Visitor Volume Down Slightly But Spending Is Up

The number of visitors staying in a hotel or rental home on the Oregon Coast dipped slightly last year, but overall spending grew to nearly $2 billion.

Pacific Ocean | Fish & Wildlife | Animals | Environment | local | News | Water

Scientists Deliver Live Salmon To Sick, Endangered Young Orca

Scientists have taken an unprecedented step to save one of the Salish Sea’s 75 endangered orcas: They tried to feed her in the wild.

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Oregon Wheat Heading To War-Torn Yemen To Ease Famine

Over the past two weeks, seven ships filled with 176,000 tons (159,665 metric tons) of wheat have left Portland for Yemen, two Oregon politicians said.

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Driver Crashes Car Into Barriers At UK Parliament; At Least 3 Injured

A man was arrested on "suspicion of terrorist offenses," London police say, after his vehicle crossed through a pedestrian area Tuesday morning.