President Barack Obama will be in town Thursday and Friday, which means there will be significant traffic delays and closures because of his movements through the area.
Portland Mayor Charlie Hales has released a proposed budget that he says will provide more money for affordable housing and programs to help young people stay out of gangs.
Are Portlanders becoming victims of their own city's popularity? Steve Dunn talks with Mayor Charlie Hales about how to keep Portland livable and affordable.
The Oregon Senate is unanimously backing Gov. Kate Brown's bill ordering a review of the state's compliance with public records laws.
Oregon Democrats have muscled through legislation expanding background checks to cover nearly every private firearm sale in the state.
OSU says a Benton County ballot measure that seeks to ban the cultivation of genetically modified crops in the county could hurt GMO-related university research projects.
Oregon's vaccine-exemption rate has dropped, state health officials said.
A lawyer for the Oregonian newspaper asked a Salem judge on Friday to dismiss several of the legal claims made by former Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes in her bid to keep emails from her personal accounts out of the public eye.
Motorists traveling along rural roads in Oregon are one step closer to being able to pump their own gas.
A bill banning the use of drones in hunting and fishing is on its way to Gov. Kate Brown.
The Oregon Supreme Court ruled Thursday that some of the 2013 cuts to public-employee retirement benefits are unconstitutional, wiping out much of the savings lawmakers were aiming for and likely raising pension costs for state and local governments.
Some people are now raising the question whether emissions’ testing is a waste of your time and money. DEQ data shows that new cars almost always pass.
he leader of a Portland group that works on prison and sentencing issues has been named executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon. He succeeds David Fidanque, who has retired after 22 years in the post.
The Oregon House has approved a bill that limits how employers can ask job applicants about their criminal records.
Arguing that so-called gay conversion therapy helped change their lives, people who say they used to be gay but are now straight testified Tuesday in opposition to an Oregon bill that would bar health professionals from trying to alter a child's sexual orientation.