Addiction recovery advocates seek to disqualify OLCC member from liquor fee vote
A lawyer for Oregon Recovers, an addiction recovery advocacy group, has sent a letter asking that a member of the Oregon Liquor and Cannabis Commission be disqualified from an upcoming vote on whether to raise the surcharge on liquor sales from 50 cents to $1.
Stacks of health care bills remain in limbo as Oregon lawmakers harden their stances in Salem
Democratic lawmakers say that months of work on health care legislation could unravel after a group of Senate Republicans and Independents announced Tuesday they’ll deny the chamber a quorum until June 25, the session’s last day.
Oregon DEQ may expand a Portland program that rewards alternative commutes statewide
The Employee Commute Options program in Portland requires larger employers to incentivize alternative commutes like buses, trains and bikes.
25 years later, memories of Oregon’s Thurston school shooting still haunt community
This weekend marks 25 years since Thurston High School student Kip Kinkel murdered his parents, then opened fire on classmates in a cafeteria the next day.
Abortion pills are being challenged in federal court, but how do they work?
Medication abortion has become the most common and safest method of abortion in recent years. Here’s how it works.
High temperatures continue in Oregon, with thunderstorms possible in the week ahead
Warm weather is expected to persist this week, with highs in the 80s across much of the state.
Here’s what’s in the bill that spurred the latest Republican walkout from the Oregon Senate
The omnibus bill has a lot packed into it related to reproductive health care and health care for people who are transgender. But some of the policies Republicans most oppose aren't in the bill, they are in other state laws.
Oregon Secretary of State Shemia Fagan cancels lucrative consulting contract, apologizes for harming public trust
Oregon Secretary of State Shemia Fagan apologized days after she had defiantly said she welcomed an investigation.
Clackamas deputy shoots, kills man following chase
A deputy shot and killed a man in Happy Valley on Saturday night, according to the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office.
Now at a critical stage, the road to I-5 bridge replacement gets bumpy
Planners hope to compete for billions in federal dollars, but first need Oregon's $1 billion down payment. Critics say now's the time to consider changes.