Oregon State Parks To Adjust Rates After Record-Setting Year


Oregon state parks had more than 2.8 million visitors last year. The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is looking to adjust rates on some parks to persuade people to visit less-popular spots.

Clark County Confirms 65 Measles Cases


The Vancouver-area outbreak stands at 65 confirmed cases of measles and one suspected case.

Snow In The Forecast For Cascade Range, Possibly Portland


The Portland metro area could see anywhere from an inch to 3 inches of snow Sunday night into Monday. 

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Amid Measles Outbreak, Pediatrician Tries Gentle Approach To Vaccination

What's the best way to convince parents to vaccinate their kids? One doctor recommends a gentler approach. 

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Pacific Islander Community Responds To Vancouver Teen's Shooting: 'We Feel That We Deserve Justice'

The family of Clayton Joseph, the 16-year-old boy shot and killed by a Vancouver police officer, is providing more details on what happened at Tuesday night’s shooting in East Vancouver.

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Oregon College Of Art And Craft Alumni Form Group To Fight Closure

With the clock ticking on OCAC’s degree program and campus operations, alums and others are trying to convince the board to stop the process. 

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PPB Shooting Of Andre Gladen Found A 'Lawful Act Of Self-Defense'

A grand jury decided that no criminal prosecution is warranted against PPB Officer Consider Vosu who shot Gladen. 

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Clackamas County Approves Local Vehicle Registration Fee

The new vehicle registration fee requires passenger vehicle drivers to pay $30 per year and motorcyclists to pay $15 per year. 

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'OPB Politics Now': Oregon’s Republican Party And The Struggle To Be Relevant

There’s only one Republican in statewide office, and only one in the state congressional delegation. Can this party be saved? 

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Portland Police Hear Fiery Testimony After Lieutenant's Texts

Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw repeatedly asked speakers Thursday night to come with solutions to mistrust toward the police bureau present for “years and years."

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New Texts Offer Window Into Portland Officer's Relationship With Protest Groups

While Portland Police Lt. Jeff Niiya’s union has aggressively defended him, the new records provide, for the first time, Niiya’s own account of the relationships he was building with protesters.

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Clark County Measles Outbreak Reaches 64 Confirmed Cases

The Vancouver-area outbreak stands at 64 confirmed cases of measles and two suspected cases in Clark County.

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Oregon House Speaker Shuffles Committees After Conduct Complaints

Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek changed committee assignments for Reps. Mitch Greenlick and Bill Post following complaints over their conduct.


Class Of 2025: Follow Students From 1st Grade To Graduation

Oregon set a goal to have graduate 100 percent of students in the class of 2025. OPB has followed a group of students from kindergarten as they start their educational journey toward high school. Third grade is almost over for the Class of 2025. These are some of their stories.

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