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10 Questions With: Maya Vivas And Leila Haile Of The Ori Gallery

Creative art duo Maya Vivas and Leila Haile — artists, organizers and community builders — are dedicated to the reclaiming of what they call "the white cube."

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Package Bombs In Texas Capital Likely Tied To Earlier Blast

Two package bomb blasts a few miles apart killed a teenager and wounded two women in Austin on Monday, less than two weeks after a similar attack left a man dead in another part of the city.

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Portland Billboards Promote International Day Of Happiness

Portland residents may see uplifting bill boards around town over the coming weeks, urging them to spread happiness, or make the world a happier place.

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Lawmakers To Consider Bills That Protect Gun Retailers

Oregon legislative leaders say they are willing to change Oregon law to protect retailers that voluntarily restrict gun and ammunition sales to customers 21 and older.

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6 Protesters Sue Portland Over Clashes With Police

Six people have sued the city of Portland, alleging they were roughed up by police at various protests since 2016.

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10 Things We Love About ‘Everything Sucks!,’ Oregon's Newest TV Show

Filmed in Boring, Oregon, Netflix’s newest show is a homage to the '90s. We have an exclusive interview with the creators.

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Multnomah County Audit Of Homeless Services Will Include Closed Shelter

The Multnomah County auditor says he will include a review of how public dollars were spent at the Human Solutions Family Center as part of a broader audit of Homeless Services. 

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Eugene Council Commits To Spending Millions For ‘Quiet Zones’ At 10 Railroad Crossings

In separate votes Monday, city councilors committed to spend millions of dollars in public money for safety upgrades at 10 railroad crossings in downtown Eugene and the Whiteaker neighborhood to silence the loud horns of passing trains.

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Climbers Face Another Frustrating Setback On Mount St. Helens Website

For the second time this month, things did not go as planned for Mount St. Helens permit buyers. 

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Federal Judge Declines To Dismiss Charges From Malheur Occupation

A federal judge in Portland declined Monday to dismiss any of the five counts against an FBI Special Agent. Joseph Astarita is charged with lying about firing his gun during the 2016 Malheur Occupation. 

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