Washington state Auditor Troy Kelley, who has been on unpaid leave while fighting allegations that he stole millions from clients of his former business, pleaded not guilty Friday to additional charges of money laundering and tax evasion.
Some of the most strident opponents of the agreement have invoked the Holocaust in an effort to defeat the agreement, arguing the deal could enhance Iran's ability to build a bomb, leading to the destruction of Israel.
On Thursday, at least, Bud Pierce, the 58-year-old Salem cancer doctor, could bask in the spotlight as he announced his candidacy for the state’s top office in the shadow of the Capitol.
Salem Republican Bud Pierce said Thursday that he's running for Oregon governor in his first bid for elected office.
State Sen. Richard Devlin is running for Oregon secretary of state.
Sen. Ron Wyden (D) spoke with KATU's Lincoln Graves about the Iran nuclear deal, the European immigrant crisis and the federal budget.
A second Oregon judge stopped performing weddings following a federal judge’s decision to overturn the state’s ban on same-sex marriages last year.
Eldon Johnson, a longtime Republican state lawmaker from southern Oregon, died last week after sustaining a stroke. He was 85.
A World War II collage, which included a painting of Hitler, hung outside Judge Vance Day's courtroom temporarily in 2014.
Oregon Treasurer Ted Wheeler is running for Portland mayor, challenging incumbent Charlie Hales.
Newly released emails from Gov. John Kitzhaber's private email account show he conducted state business under a cloak of secrecy all while giving his First Lady Cylvia Hayes powerful influence in his administration.
An Oregon judge under an ethics investigation after refusing to perform same-sex weddings has been accused of several allegations, including hanging a picture of Adolf Hitler in the courthouse.
Former Washington state Republican Party Chairman Chris Vance announced Tuesday that he's running against Democratic incumbent U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, who is seeking a fifth term.
The release of the 5,000 emails, containing more than 18,000 pages, was in response to numerous public records requests made amid the influence-peddling scandal involving Kitzhaber’s fiancée Cylvia Hayes that led him to decide to resign last February.
The state of Oregon has agreed to a settlement requiring it to scale back support for segregated workplaces where people with developmental disabilities often do menial work for pay below minimum wage.