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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.

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Clark County Confirms 65 Measles Cases

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

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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. 

Science | Environment | Communities | News | NW Life

A Piece Of Sacred Meteorite Is Returned To An Oregon Tribe

A 4.5 ounce piece of a meteorite finally returned home to an Oregon tribe that considers it sacred.

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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.


Washington Man Faces Federal Charge Of Threatening Sheriffs

A man in north-central Washington state is facing a federal charge that he threatened to kill sheriffs who are refusing to enforce new gun restrictions.

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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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