• 0

A state council formed to improve Oregonians’ access to government records has endorsed a slate of reforms to make the state’s public records advocate more independent from political influence.

  • 0

A looming strike by thousands of workers at Oregon’s seven public universities has been avoided after the workers settled with management early Saturday morning.

  • 0

Head of the highway division replaces Matt Garrett, who stepped down in June after leading agency for 14 years.

  • 0

Gov. Kate Brown said Wednesday she plans to call a special session by the end of September to resolve what she says is an error with a bill lawmakers passed this year to restrict use of the de…

  • 0

Nine public employees are asking the state’s highest court to review a new state policy that slashed their retirement benefits.

  • 0

Stalled gun reforms in Oregon aren’t likely to move ahead until next year’s legislative session despite a resurgent national debate following the shooting deaths over the weekend of 31 people …

  • 0

On Sunday, Gov. Kate Brown announced her veto considerations, including money for dam retrofits, wetland deregulation and funds for urban growth boundary adjustments.

  • 0

At anywhere from $30 to $40 a pop, Hydro Flasks are an outdoorsy status marker, the Patagonia vest of thermoses.

  • 0

Summertime — and the paving’s easy.

  • 0

SALEM — Advocates are reviving efforts to require Oregon gun owners to securely store their guns.

  • 0

Those who support requiring Oregon gun owners to secure their guns think lawmakers can pass a storage law in 2020, but are filing ballot initiative as backup plan

featured
  • 0

In the shadow of Senate Republicans’ infamous walkout, questions remain on how the protest was financed and whether Democrats will make good on their threat to fine the opposition.

  • 0

Over the past two years, a Republican legislator once an ally of Democrats has become a one-man force waging war against his colleagues to the left.