On this week's show: Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer and two Oregonians running for president of the United States: Martin Hahn and Jack Sparrow.
Amid the embarrassing collapse of Cover Oregon, the state's failed health insurance enrollment website, then-Gov. John Kitzhaber and lawmakers found solace in an unrelated success - a massive hike in enrollment in the Oregon Health Plan.
Five months into her tenure, and with her first legislative session out of the way, Brown is showing no signs of changing her no curve-balls approach.
The group 15 Now submitted 2,000 signatures to the secretary of state's office at the end of June. It said Friday that 1,800 were deemed valid.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed a bill offering two years of free tuition at community colleges Friday morning.
This Jack Sparrow (yes, that is his legal name) lives in Lincoln City, not Hollywood, but does enjoy dressing like the pirate character played by Johnny Depp.
With the State Route 520 Bridge construction behind him, Gov. Jay Inslee signed the bills making up a $16 billion transportation package on Wednesday at the University of Washington.
Inslee, who has made climate change a key issue since taking office in 2013, blamed the Senate Republican majority, saying the party "is now in the stranglehold of the oil and gas industry."
Gov. Kate Brown talked with KATU on Monday about Oregon's lack of affordable housing after she celebrated the signing of four bills she says are aimed at giving families a “fair shot.”
So far this summer, we've seen a record-setting heat wave, which includes multiple wildfires and drought conditions in more than half of Oregon's counties. And it's only July.
The freshman lawmaker from Bend sent an email to supporters Monday asking for advice about whether he should run for governor or seek re-election to the Oregon House.
The bills were put forward during this years’ legislative session by Fair Shot For All, a coalition of groups including unions, gay rights, immigration and education organizations.
Hillary Clinton is making a stop in Oregon next month to raise money for her presidential campaign.
The Washington Legislature adjourned Friday after a marathon triple overtime session where lawmakers raised the gas tax to pay for transportation projects across the state, cut college tuition and put more money toward the state's education system.
Democrats in the Oregon House of Representatives have elected a new majority leader.