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.
Portland traffic has increased by 6 percent this year -- what does that mean for our region?
Nancy Golden is retiring as Oregon's chief education officer after two years on the job.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales announced a new partnership with service providers meant to curb homelessness in the Rose City Thursday.
Former Gov. John Kitzhaber's fiancee, Cylvia Hayes, has turned over thousands of her emails to the Marion County Circuit Court.
Oregon added 4,600 jobs last month, and that follows a revised gain of 2,600 jobs in June, the state's employment department said Tuesday.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday encouraged legislative leaders to work with him on coming up with a plan to comply with a Supreme Court order on education funding. But he said there's no timeframe yet to call lawmakers into special session until they reach an agreement that could quickly be passed by both chambers.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales' spokesman Dana Haynes, Portland Police Assistant Chief Bob Day and radio talkshow host Lars Larson talk about last week's Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Portland, that went on without a permit.
In addition to Democratic and Republican, Oregon now has a third major political party: Independent.
The Washington state Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the state pay $100,000 a day in sanctions, starting immediately, for its lack of progress toward fully paying the cost of basic education.
Gov. Kate Brown has appointed a longtime state official to be the Oregon's chief operating officer and head of the Department of Administrative Services.