The judge said Tuesday that he will not make a decision until at least May 14 after he’s had a chance to hear from the group that wants to defend the state law as it is now. That group is the National Organization for Marriage.
Oregon has the highest rate of prescription drug abuse among 15 to 19 years old in the country. And what's even scarier is prescription painkiller abuse can lead to heroin addiction.
The GOP is making a bold play for a U.S. Senate seat in reliably Democratic Oregon, where a Republican hasn't been elected to a statewide office in more than a decade.
Two Oregon state representatives said Tuesday they’ve secured almost $2 million for flashing beacons to improve pedestrian safety at 18 of east Portland’s most dangerous intersections.
Two counties in Southern Oregon are headed for May votes on banning genetically modified crops - measures that divide farmers.
A national group opposed to same-sex marriage says it will seek to defend Oregon's gay-marriage ban from challenges in federal court.
In light of the Oregon attorney general's decision to not defend the state's ban on gay marriage, Oregon is now revising its marriage licenses.
After six months of near silence about the problems at Cover Oregon, the project's main technology contractor says it's not to blame for the failed launch of Oregon's health insurance exchange.
Three days on the job, the new man running Cover Oregon is getting a grasp on what may end up giving him a run for his money. Clyde Hamstreet won't guarantee he can fix all that's gone wrong with the website for the state's health insurance exchange. He knows all he can do is try.
Two competing gun initiatives on the November ballot both have enough support to pass, according to a poll released Tuesday that could indicate that many voters are confused about the measures involving background checks.
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The task of getting Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange back on track is now in the hands of a Portland consulting firm that specializes in turning around struggling businesses.
Gov. John Kitzhaber told members of his newly created task force on genetically engineered agriculture that he does not expect them to reach a consensus or produce any specific proposals for next year's legislative session.
An Oregon judge finds that motorists flashing their headlights to alert other drivers of police presence amounts to speech protected by the Oregon Constitution.
On Your Side Investigator Anna Canzano gets a top Oregon lawmaker to commit to closing a legal loophole that draws sex offenders to Oregon.
Officials with Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange say they have narrowed down the options for the future of the glitch-filled site to two: hooking up to the federal exchange or staying with the current technology and hiring a new contractor to fix it.
Oregon's task force on genetically engineered agriculture has been formed and will meet for the first time this week.
One of the most influential women in the world made a stop in Portland on Tuesday night. Hillary Clinton spoke to a sold-out crowd at the Keller Auditorium, part of the World Affairs Council of Oregon’s International Speaker series.