Gov. Jay Inslee said Tuesday that he is concerned about the "lack of substantive progress" in budget negotiations as lawmakers near the end of an overtime session, and he specifically called out a measure put forth by Senate Republicans that he says will take money away from education.
A spokesman for Gov. John Kitzhaber said Tuesday that there were no meetings scheduled to continue negotiations.
Washington and Oregon have signed agreements with two manufacturers that would be impacted by a proposed bridge over the Columbia River.
Southwest Washington's U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler posted on Facebook on Monday that doctor's had diagnosed her unborn baby with Potter’s Syndrome.
Unprecedented action is needed to tackle unprecedented circumstances facing the state's timber counties that are on the brink of insolvency, Gov. John Kitzhaber told a legislative committee Monday.
Executive Director Greg Leo said Monday that he's stepping aside from the part-time job after five years at the GOP.
Oregon's governor and legislative leaders met for three hours but have not reached a compromise on the state budget.
The Oregon Legislature has approved a bill that would make it a crime to smoke in a car with kids.
The Oregon Legislature has passed a bill prohibiting public and private universities from demanding students or applicants turn over their usernames and passwords to social media sites.
With just over a week left in an overtime legislative session, negotiations between key lawmakers are set to continue, but there's still no budget deal in sight and limited activity at the Capitol.
The Oregon Legislature has passed several notable changes this session, but much important work — such as creating a state spending plan — is yet to be completed.
An Australian energy company has cleared a key hurdle for a terminal on the Oregon side of the Columbia River that would ship coal from the Great Plains to Asia.
The City of Portland will announce Monday that it will comply with Federal rules and shut down or cover its open reservoirs.
A new petition recently submitted to the City of Portland called the 'Portland Clean Water Measure' could be the next move in the fluoride debate.
Salem Hospital officials are offering to enter mediation with the local coordinated care organization in hopes of resolving a high-profile dispute that has drawn the ire of state lawmakers and threatens to undermine Oregon's effort to redesign Medicaid.