State Representative Dennis Richardson (R-Central Point) believes Oregon Insurance Commissioner Laura Cali went beyond her legal authority in allowing insurance companies to offer the canceled plans that did not meet the minimum standards set by the Affordable Care Act .
The On Your Side Investigators pored through documents and found Oracle was selected after a two-year bidding process. They also found there was another state project that complicated Oracle's creation of Cover Oregon's website.
A building on Northwest Hoyt Street will likely become the new indoor destination for a controversial Portland homeless camp known as Right 2 Dream Too, according to Dana Haynes, director of communications for Mayor Charlie Hales.
Gov. John Kitzhaber announced Friday that he's giving Intel a tax deal similar to the one he granted Nike a year ago.
$250,000 will help several programs continue.
Gov. John Kitzhaber and representatives of the Obama administration have signed an agreement for sharing scarce water in the Upper Klamath Basin, where irrigation was shut off to ranchers last summer after the Klamath Tribes exercised newly awarded water rights to protect fish.
The former executive director of a state Senate Democratic campaign committee was given a two-year sentence Tuesday for embezzling as much as $330,000 in campaign contributions. Much of the money was spent at casinos.
But 43,000 of them need to finish enrolling by paying for their new health coverage that is set to begin in January.
Missouri's two U.S. senators say their home state is the right place for Boeing Co. to build its new 777X commercial airplane.
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden is working with a colleague from South Dakota to fight President Obama's plan to cap tax deductions for charitable donations for the wealthiest Americans.
The embattled director of Oregon's problem-plagued health insurance exchange will be taking a leave of absence, and he says it is for medical reasons.
Nina Carlson, parent and Oregon PTA Vice President of Legislation and Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction, Rob Saxton, the head of Oregon Department of Education, join Steve Dunn Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013 to discuss Common Core.
Washington Governor Jay Inlsee has a message for his fellow governors who are competing against him for Boeing manufacturing of the 777X.
Emails between Cover Oregon’s top executives and his software vendor show that the troubled state health insurance exchange knew its website had problems months before the site launched.
The Obama administration is standing by its determination that Oregon is at risk of failing to comply with its waiver from the federal "No Child Left Behind" education law.