The top 5 percent of Oregon taxpayers with business income would get 61 percent of the benefits of a controversial tax break, according to state tax experts.
Under Oregon’s new law, drug manufacturers who increase the price of a prescription drug by 10 percent or more must inform the state of cost drivers.
Multnomah County and the city of Portland tried to guarantee a shelter bed for homeless families with children. But the number of families kept rising.
When immigration agents confronted a Woodburn family outside their home, they called the police. That's what the chief wants: trust in sanctuary policies in the face of Trump administration rhetoric.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is weighing whether to sign or veto a bill that would cut off new tax benefits for thousands of small businesses.
Multnomah County Judge Eric Bloch says the voter-approved law placing a $500 limit on donations to candidates for county office violates the state constitution.
The deadline for filing for major political office in Oregon passed Tuesday with no major surprises.
Immigrants and their advocates rallied on the Capitol steps in Salem Monday. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown pledged to continue opposing federal efforts to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
On this special Monday edition, we wrap up the highlights and surprises of the 2018 legislative session. And we examine the state of the Oregon Republican Party after the annual Dorchester Conference.
A road expansion project a decade ago destroyed burial grounds and a stone altar, along with old-growth trees.
Former naval aviator Greg Wooldridge won the gubernatorial straw poll at the annual Dorchester Conference, defeating Rep. Knute Buehler of Bend.