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5 Ways Cars May Radically Change Cities In The Future

University of Oregon associate professor Nico Larco is studying the effect that self-driving cars are likely to have on cities and the people who live in them.

local | NW Life | News | Land use | State of Wonder

Big Plans To Transform Portland's Waterfront And Willamette Falls

The architecture firm Snohetta is seeking public input for the new Willamette Falls Riverwalk, plus it recently announced it will design OMSI's central eastside properties.

local | NW Life | Land use | Communities

Can A Stranger Designate Your House As Historic? In Oregon, They Can

Keep Eastmoreland Free is fighting to prevent the neighborhood association from turning the entire neighborhood into a historic district, and thereby "pickling" the houses.

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Skylab Builds Portland A Brand New Yard

A new highrise pushes Portland's architectural boundaries and sets a tone for Burnside bridgehead.

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Healing In Harney County

Two months after the end of the armed occupation at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, Think Out Loud is returning to Harney County to moderate a discussion about how the community is healing and what its future may look like.

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Mourners Gather For 'LaVoy' Finicum's Funeral

Robert "LaVoy" Finicum was one of the prominent occupiers at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. He was killed by law enforcement Jan. 26.

local | Agriculture | Land use | Environment | Think Out Loud

Ranchers Concerned About Sage Grouse Conservation Plans

WEDNESDAY: Oregon cattle ranchers react to plans to reappoint some public lands currently used for cattle grazing as a protected habitat for the sage grouse.