Oregon polluters will be subject to limits on the total health risk they can impose on the people who live and work near their facilities.
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The U.S. House passed a bill that would end protections for gray wolves in the Lower 48 states. In the Northwest, that could mean protections fall to state agencies, which worries conservation groups.
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler had perhaps the worst week of his tenure. Is the problem this particular mayor or Portland’s unique form of government?
A jail in The Dalles, Oregon, that houses detainees for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has suggested local sheriffs keep their "numbers low" in the jail to make room for immigrant detainees.
Of the 214 Oregon agencies that participate in the FBI's hate crime tracking program, just 29 agencies submitted incident reports for 2017.
According to a complaint filed last week, officials with the group Our Oregon said they found the box of ballots after election night had passed.
The two interns were harassed by former state Sen. Jeff Kruse. They've come forward publicly for the first time as part of an ongoing legal fight.
A judge will hear a case in January that could dramatically define — and clarify — Oregon's statewide sanctuary law for the first meaningful time in the law's 31-year history.
As state officials revisit approval of part-time high school for certain students, the state's largest district remembers its recent history with adding instruction time.
A new day center for the homeless is ready to open in Vancouver. The facility will serve as an access point to gain housing and receive basic services.
Portland City Council has voted against a proposal from Mayor Ted Wheeler that would have given him the power to designate a time and place for protests between groups with a history of violence.