Blazers Prepare For A Season Without Paul Allen

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By the time Paul Allen died Monday, he spent 30 of his 65 years as owner of the Portland Trail Blazers.

Oregon Measure 103 Asks: Should Grocers Have Constitutional Protections?

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The measure would wall off a segment of Oregon businesses from future tax increases. Advocates say it's about cheap food. Opponents say it's unnecessary and risky.

Burgerville Hit By Massive Cybersecurity Breach, Class-Action Lawsuit

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Burgerville says it has discovered a cybersecurity breach that may have affected customers who paid with a credit card at any restaurant location in the last year.

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Vancouver Unveils New Waterfront At Grand Opening

Thousands of people gathered Saturday on the shore of the Columbia River to celebrate the grand opening of the much-anticipated Vancouver Waterfront park.  

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Narrative In Virtual Reality: Oregon Studios Head For Next Level

Several content makers in the region are working on vanguard films and animations made to be experienced in virtual reality. Now, if only the market would catch up.

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Got A New Job This Year? You Might Be In For An Unpleasant Surprise Next Tax Season

Changes to the federal tax code might mean taxpayers owe more to the State of Oregon than expected next year, officials say.

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In New Approach, Metro Leaders Ask Voters For $652 Million Housing Bond

Leaders of the Portland area's regional government want voters to OK a $652 million bond measure — and a more proactive regional approach to housing. 

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What You Need To Know About Portland Clean Energy Measure 26-201

Measure 26-201 would levy a 1 percent tax on revenue large retailers make in Portland to fund renewable energy projects and job training.

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Oregon Agency Sued After Refusing To Release Upcoming Bills

The former lead attorney for the Oregon Legislature filed the suit. The Independent Part of Oregon is considering joining in. 

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End Of An Era: The Kah-Nee-Ta Resort Closes

The tribally-owned resort and spring-fed pool was beloved for generations as a gateway between the Warm Springs reservation and the rest of the world.

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Oregon Launches First Statewide Refillable Bottle System In US

Refillable beer bottles from seven craft breweries are popping up on store shelves across Oregon as the state leads an effort to bring back a more sustainable way of drinking beer.

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Trump's Tariffs Hit Oregon's Semiconductor Industry

A new round of tariffs on Chinese goods has caught the attention of Oregon’s high-tech chip industry. Several products related to semiconductor production are on the list.

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USDA Predicts A Record-High Hazelnut Crop In Oregon

Oregon hazelnut growers can expect to harvest a record hazelnut crop in 2018, according to the latest production forecast from the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service.


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