Portland Mayor Charlie Hales has challenged local businesses to lead the way on climate change.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Tuesday that China and the United States could work together to address cyber crimes, a problem that has sparked mutual tension.
The state of Oregon has agreed to pay $286,000 to the technology manager who leaked former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails.
The Chinese flag is flying over Seattle on Tuesday morning as Western Washington prepares to welcome the president of China.
The state Department of Ecology on Monday proposed capping greenhouse gases from the state's 35 largest emitters, rolling out a new rule-making process months after Gov. Jay Inslee failed to get legislation passed on his ambitious cap-and-trade plan.
Kevin Stine's decision was reported Monday in the Mail Tribune.
House Speaker Tina Kotek said Monday that she believes Republicans would have turned the hearing into a "political stunt."
The threat of the Big One that’s predicted to hit us might not seem like an immediate one, but experts say it’s only a matter of chance that the Pacific Northwest has not been hit by a major devastating quake.
Critics of a plan to build a bottled water plant in Cascade Locks hope to take their case to the voters of Hood River County.
House Republicans said Friday that the Democratic committee chair had agreed to hold the hearing later this month.
Brown's announcement was not a surprise. She's been raising money for months and hired a campaign consultant. But when asked about her plans, she's always demurred.
The state of Oregon is asking a Marion County judge whether it must give former Gov. John Kitzhaber's personal emails to Oracle Corp.
It's long been conventional wisdom that fighting for gun control is a good way to end a politician's career.
Marion County Judge Vance Day is under investigation by the Oregon Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability in part over his refusal to officiate same-sex weddings. He cites his religious convictions as the reason why.
The Oregon secretary of state's office said Friday that recall organizers fell just over 200 signatures short of the 8,415 that they needed.