Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley is weighing a Democratic presidential race while keeping his options open to run for re-election if his presidential hopes flame out.
In an unusual move, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals is rehearing a case Monday that could guarantee minors facing deportation access to attorneys in immigration court.
Major League Baseball might be coming to Portland. Tolling might be coming to Oregon freeways. And a day of reckoning might be coming to the state Legislature.
The state Legislature's and labor bureau have racked up hefty legal fees as they fight over sexual harassment at the Capitol — and costs are only climbing.
After losing repeatedly in court, the Oregon Legislature will cooperate with an investigation into sexual harassment at the Capitol.
Capitol officials face a Wednesday deadline to produce sensitive documents in an ongoing harassment investigation.
Tyler Watson, 20, settled his age discrimination lawsuit against Dicks Sporting Goods. In February, the retailer changed its firearms policy, raising the minimum age to buy a gun to 21.
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The Bureau of Environmental Services is spending millions on projects aimed at improving water quality and restoring wildlife habitat, but auditors found the bureau often can’t prove it's meeting its goals.
At their yearly summit, some of the state's largest business interests offered a new vision for solving Oregon's fiscal woes.
Teachers say some problems have only gotten worse, like fraying supports for students’ emotional and psychological needs.