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Washington Grizzly Recovery Gets Backing From Trump's Interior Chief

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's remarks in support of grizzly bear recovery in Washington's North Cascades come three months after his agency had halted just such an effort.

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Students Join Oregon Effort To Ban Certain Semi-Automatic Weapons

Oregon students are finding inspiration from the teenagers who mobilized after the shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people.

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Portland Public Schools Shelve Plans To Move Pioneer Special School

The announcement Friday pointed to the costs of upgrading the future sites of the Pioneer school and the short time frame for getting required permits.

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Oregon Employee Jeopardizes Personal Information Of 36,000 Taxpayers

The Department of Revenue says there's no sign the information leaked out. The unidentified employee is on leave. 

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Oregon Attorney General Considers Investigating Facebook

Oregon's attorney general says she is reviewing whether to launch an investigation of Facebook, including whether it violated a state law that protects online customers' private information.

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Army Corps Will Spare Columbia River Cormorants, But Not Their Eggs

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers doesn’t plan to shoot any double-crested cormorants at a breeding colony at the mouth of the Columbia River this year, but wants to take up to 500 eggs.

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Electric Car Maker, Advocates: Time To Rev Up EV Infrastructure

Eugene-based electric car manufacturer and a state public policy group jointly announced a new report calling for cities to accommodate the growing demand for electric vehicles (EVs).

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Atlantic Salmon Farms Banned, 7 Months After Great Fish Escape

Atlantic salmon farming has been banned from Washington state waters. 

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Portland City Council Approves RiverPlace Height Increase

Commissioner Chloe Eudaly casts the deciding vote to encourage controversial downtown redevelopment plan.

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Spring Snowstorm Expected To Hit Oregon Mountains And Foothills

A system of cold air and moisture is expected to drop measurable snow on Oregon’s mountains Thursday night and Friday.