Hours before President Obama arrived in Oregon, hundreds of protesters lined the roads surrounding Roseburg Regional Airport.
President Barack Obama says the American people will eventually have to "come together" to figure out how to prevent deadly mass shootings like one that took place in Oregon last week.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday directed state officials take another stab at updating clean-water rules, as the state races to finalize a plan before the federal government intervenes.
KATU's Angelica Thornton interviewed Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D) following Thursday's mass shooting at Umpqua Community College.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales talks to KATU's Steve Dunn on managing an increasing Portland population and the urban growth boundry.
Democratic Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley spoke Thursday at the U.S. Capitol, backed by two dozen Senate Democrats.
When President Barack Obama arrives here Friday, he will find a timber town still in mourning over the shooting that killed eight community college students and a teacher. But he will also find another deeply held emotion - seething anger over his calls for new gun restrictions.
The Oregon Supreme Court has denied a request by Oracle Corp. to have five of its executives excluded from a lawsuit filed by the state over the failure of the Cover Oregon health insurance exchange.
Planned Parenthood of the Columbia Willamette is reimbursed for expenses, but does not profit from the collection of tissue after abortions, according to its president and CEO.
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson suggests the Holocaust would have been "greatly diminished" if German Jews had been armed with guns.
In a stunning move, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy withdrew his candidacy for House speaker Thursday, throwing Congress' Republican leadership into chaos.
The Senate Finance Committee opened a probe Tuesday into Volkswagen's use of a federal tax credit intended for fuel-efficient cars as the company's emissions-rigging scandal widened.
Days after a deadly shooting in Oregon, Hillary Rodham Clinton unveiled new gun control measures Monday aimed at strengthening background checks on gun buyers and eliminating legal immunity for sellers.