Judge Vance D. Day is under investigation by the Oregon Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability because he won’t perform the marriages, his spokesman Patrick Korten confirmed to KATU.
A federal judge is considering whether Oracle can sue the state of Oregon for copyright infringement as part of a complex legal battle stemming from the failure of the Cover Oregon health insurance exchange.
A federal grand jury has returned a new indictment against Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley, adding charges of money laundering and tax evasion to the long list of charges he already faces.
Brown announced that Jerry Waybrant will be acting director of the Department of Human Services. Fred Steele was appointed as the state's long-term care ombudsman.
Oracle Corp. is asking the Oregon Supreme Court to exclude five of its employees from a lawsuit filed by the state over the failure of the Cover Oregon health insurance exchange.
Brian Hatfield has represented the 19th Legislative District in the Senate since 2006.
Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday he has appointed Rep. Ross Hunter, the House budget writer, to be the new director of the Department of Early Learning.
A group of activists hoping to stop the federal government from rounding up wild horses staged a "sit-in" at Gov. Kate Brown's office Monday.
Former state Rep. Dennis Richardson says he won't run again for Oregon governor following his loss as the 2014 Republican candidate.
Karen Twain, who was instrumental in implementing Oregon’s full day kindergarten, was our guest in the first segment. Also, U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden and state Sen. Peter Courtney.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission voted Wednesday to accept proposals for up to 17 new liquor stores in the Portland metro area.
Oregon will send $402 million back to taxpayers next year after the state collected more than expected in personal-income taxes over the last two years, state economists said Wednesday.
A state agriculture official said Tuesday that Oregon's hemp industry is not turning out the way lawmakers envisioned, so the department will recommend changes to the law regulating how it is grown.
Oregon technology managers never resolved known security vulnerabilities at a state data warehouse that stores a trove of sensitive information about Oregonians, state auditors concluded in a report released Tuesday.
State Rep. Knute Buehler says he won't run for Oregon governor.