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At 76, Medford Woman Still Winning Basketball Championships

Patricia Ferguson, a 76-year-old Medford resident, is one of the best basketball players in her age group — and she brings home the medals to prove it.

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Oregon SOS Accused By Democrats Of Breaking The Law

The Democratic Party of Oregon has filed a complaint against Secretary of State Dennis Richardson alleging he tried to sway voters against a ballot measure on a health-care tax.

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Saying Goodbye To Embers, A Landmark For Oregon's LGTBQ Communities

Another landmark of old Portland is closing. The club Embers Avenue opened almost half a century ago when the world was, to say the least, a very different place for gay men and lesbians.

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Certified Green Homes Grabbing Market Share In Pacific Northwest

For the first time last year, the majority of new homes built in Seattle were built "green."

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Oregon Revenue Forecast Shows State Collecting Millions More In Revenue Than Expected

Oregon will collect millions more in revenue beginning in mid-2019 than expected.

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Block-Party Permits Boom In East Portland After PBOT Removes Barriers

Portland's Bureau of Transportation learned this summer there's still a big demand for block parties.

Animals | NW Life | local

In Oregon, Guide Dog Trainers Learn To Let Go

At guide dog graduations, the lives of dogs, their trainers and their new owners intersect. 

Recreation | NW Life | Environment | local

Oregon State Trooper Finds His Dream Job Keeping Hunting Fair

OSP Fish and Wildlife is the state’s main line of defense to uphold hunting and fishing laws. Troopers like Dain Gardner are out on patrol year-round across the state.

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Meet The Man Behind Cannon Beach's Mooing Tsunami Warning, COWS

There was a time when the man behind Cannon Beach’s iconic “mooing” sirens was skeptical about the need for a tsunami warning system.

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Onalaska: A Tiny Washington Town With A Really Big Telescope

Onalaska, Washington, may be a small town, but it is home to one of the largest public telescopes in the state.