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State lawmakers are considering more than two dozen bills that could affect Oregonians who consume recreational and medical marijuana.

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City Council amended Albany Municipal Code 7.28.245 during its March 13 meeting, making prohibited camping a violation punishable by a fine of up to $100.

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City Council amended Albany Municipal Code 7.28.245 during its March 13 meeting, making prohibited camping a violation punishable by a fine of up to $100.

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SALEM — More than a year after sexual harassment at the Capitol came into public view, state Senate President Peter Courtney publicly apologized to victims in an emotional floor session Thursday.

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LONG BEACH, Wash. — Robert and David Gudgell, former fishing boat operators for Pacific Salmon Charters, will need to update their resumes.

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Whether they’re for standard time or daylight saving time, Oregonians are tired of changing their clocks twice every year. That’s the message state senators considering a time change in Oregon…

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COOS BAY — Late Monday night, a Coos County Sheriff’s deputy witnessed a truck spin out of control when turning left onto Flanagan Road.

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Former Klamath Union girls’ varsity basketball coach Jamie Medley pleaded not guilty in Klamath County Circuit Court Friday to one misdemeanor charge of harassment.

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OLYMPIA — Senate Democrats passed a bill Wednesday to allow the Employment Security Department to tax farms that hire foreign workers, legislation that some Republicans said continues a patter…

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A wildlife biologist said bears might cause problems in the John Day area this fall as they search for food sources to replace the berries and grass burned in the Canyon Creek Complex fire last year.

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