A 100-page investigative report from 12 years ago shows questionable conduct by West Linn's former police chief long before he was implicated in the baseless arrest of a black Portland man in 2017.
Vancouver's homeless population is growing, especially the number of people who have no shelter whatsoever. The city thinks an expansion of a local day center could be the answer.
Majority Democrats abruptly ended debate on the controversial bill Wednesday evening when they realized they lacked the 25 votes needed to pass the measure.
Another federal regulatory delay on the Jordan Cove energy and pipeline project in southwest Oregon comes after Oregon's Department of Land Conservation and Development denied a key permit.
The Oregon Department of Transportation said all northbound lanes of Interstate 5 in Wilsonville have reopened.
Right now, all sorts of products aren’t reaching the U.S. because of the coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China. Reciprocally, many U.S. agricultural and forestry products aren’t shipping to China and other Pacific Rim countries.
Portland’s city auditor has accused the former longtime director of the city’s municipal golf courses of wasting city funds.
The U.S. attorney for Oregon, Billy Williams, confirmed late Wednesday that his office looking into the the surveillance and arrest of a black Portland man in 2017.
The Portland area regional government, Metro, has delayed referring a homeless service measure to the May ballot after estimates came to light showing the measure would bring in $135 million — about half what advocates were hoping for.