A new Oregon economic forecast is changing the politics of taxation at the state Legislature.
Opposition to fossil fuel ventures is common on the West Coast, but what sets Vancouver apart is the community’s ability to keep up the pressure for years.
If state legislators don't act in the next session, Oregon faces a budget hole of around $200 million because of the federal tax cut.
Oregon as a whole may be one of the fastest growing states in the nation, but the opposite is true for many rural communities.
Portland City Commissioner Amanda Fritz is proposing a change to the Central City Plan that she says would give developers a cost-effective way to contribute to the city’s affordable housing stock.
A partial federal shutdown hits thousands of workers in Oregon — and affects people seeking help on issues ranging from a tax dispute with the IRS to their Social Security benefits.
The prosecutors Sessions has tasked with deciding what that regulation will look like for the region's marijuana industry haven't said much about how they plan to interpret and execute those laws.
While Democrats worried about the impact of the House bill on Oregon, Republican Greg Walden says he is convinced it will spur the economy.