After a morning of passionate arguments for and against, Clark County’s board of councilors voted Tuesday to prominently display the words “In God We Trust” in the county councilor’s hearing room.
An Oregon gay rights group asked the state Legislature on Monday to outlaw therapy that seeks to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of young people, arguing the practice often does more harm than good.
Those emails played a major part in a bombshell investigation by KATU’s news partners at Willamette Week. They exposed scathing details about Kitzhaber's relationship with his fiancée, Cylvia Hayes.
Democrat Speaker Pro Temp Tobias Read and Republican House Minority Leader Mike McLane join KATU’s Steve Dunn to discuss the impact former Gov. John Kitzhaber’s resignation will have on the work in the Legislature.
Oregon has a plan for retrofitting the hundreds of bridges that are likely to fail in a major earthquake or are getting too old to support heavy trucks.
A state law is in the works to stop bosses from requiring their employees to get on social media. The proposed bill would also bar employers from making their staff post advertisements on their personal social media accounts.
Oregon's new Gov. Kate Brown fielded questions from a wide range of issues spanning the political spectrum as reporters tried to feel out where she will come down on issues.
The state Senate voted Thursday to dissolve Cover Oregon and merge the failed insurance exchange into an existing state agency.
State economists said Thursday they're predicting Oregon taxpayers will receive nearly $350 million in "kicker" income tax rebates next year.
Gary Haugen made his statements in a phone call he initiated with KATU’s anchor Steve Dunn on Wednesday, the same day Kitzhaber stepped down and Brown took his place.
The three to two vote on Thursday means the city will assign two police officers to the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Oregon Republican House Minority Leader Mike McLane called on Democratic House Speaker Tina Kotek on Wednesday to delay a vote on a controversial bill aimed at reducing greenhouse gases.
Former Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes is reportedly fighting back against a state order requiring her to release emails related to her public service. The Oregonian says Hayes has vowed to go to court to fight that state order.
Oregon has filed a new lawsuit against Oracle Inc. saying the company is planning to pull the plug on hosting the state's Medicaid system, which could jeopardize health insurance enrollment and re-enrollment for thousands of low-income Oregonians.
Families of murder victims and opponents of capital punishment spoke out in support of a measure to abolish the death penalty in Washington, saying that a costly and drawn out appeals process only prolongs the pain of the crime.