Multnomah County Judge Cheryl Albrecht set a June 2019 trial date for Jeremy Christian, the man accused of stabbing three people on a Portland light-rail train earlier this year.
FamilyCare, one of Oregon's largest coordinated care organizations, has told its 300 employees that most will be out of a job by January.
The Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facilities issued a letter Friday saying reports that the juvenile detention center is “psychologically harmful" are exaggerated.
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La inmigración ilegal es un tema político de la administrativa Trump que ha tenido un efecto bastante fuerte en los estudiantes latinos del proyecto “Clase del 2025”.
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The city of Portland has reached a $10 million settlement in a long-running lawsuit alleging misspending of ratepayer dollars by the city’s water and sewer bureaus.
With emergency warming shelters still not available in Salem, a local taxi company is trying to help by offering homeless people free seats in their cabs to thaw out.
An industry that once defined the town of Camas, Washington, is coming to an end. Last month, Georgia-Pacific announced it will close most of its production at the 134-year old paper mill.
Response to sexual harassment by a director at Oregon Department of Education has drawn criticism from a nationally-recognized state senator.
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Washington state lawmakers are moving ahead with an effort to revive a plan to replace the aging Interstate 5 Bridge. They remain hopeful their counterparts in Oregon will join them.