Democrats appeared to be sweeping the three statewide offices up for election Tuesday in Oregon.
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The state of Oregon and the federal courts have not been on the same page when it comes to signature gathering during the pandemic. The case h…
Scammers, fraudsters and price gougers are preying on Oregonians, capitalizing on their concerns about coronavirus.
Gov. Kate Brown has created an eight-member panel of medical professionals to advise her on the state’s coronavirus response.
The Justice Department has sent letters to four convenience stores, three in the Salem area and one in Portland, in response to multiple complaints
About 21,800 Oregonians risk losing government benefits to help them buy food if a proposed federal rule goes into effect in April.
Awareness of sex trafficking has risen while labor trafficking crimes have gone unprosecuted. The attorney general's new task force seeks to change that.
Johnson & Johnson failed to disclose potential debilitating and dangerous complications posed by devices implanted in at least 3,700 women…
A trio of potential ballot measures to change the state’s forestry practices don’t comply with the state’s constitution, a Marion County Circu…
Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum is urging the court to rule split decisions are constitutional, saying overturning existing laws would throw the state’s court system into chaos.