Research shows that the three-day Mountain Bike Oregon event pumps $1.2 million into the Oakridge economy.
In 2011, the board of the Santa Clara Valley Water District voted to begin fluoridating water for about 850,000 customers in and around San Jose.
Ah, Oregon prom season, where high school students get dressed to the nines and celebrate an evening of glitz and glamor.
Tualatin has seen its poverty rate rise from 5.5 percent in 2000 to an average 13.6 percent between 2009 and 2011.
HillCrest Winery and Distillery , the birthplace of Oregon pinot noir, has been awarded historical status by Oregon Travel Experience .
Gov. Peter Shumlin signs the end-of-life bill at the statehouse in Montpelier on Monday, May 20, 2013.
Bend high senior Melissa Hubler is on her way to being a Duck "I love the culture of Eugene," said Hubler.
A yard sign opposes a local tax increase to fund public safety in Josephine County, Oregon.
Elise Kubisiak, a Sokol Blosser tasting room sales associate, pours wine in the LEED-certified barrel cellar where visitors get a behind the scenes look and possibly sample some wine.
Rogue Creamery's co-owners, David Gremmels and Cary Bryant, received the Small Business Administration Director's Impact Award at the Small Business Week Luncheon Monday at the Portland Art Museum.
In unofficial election results posted Tuesday night, Beaverton School District voters supported a five-year, $15 million local-option levy with 20,882 votes, or nearly 55 percent, to 17,168 votes, or 45 percent, opposing funding Measure 34-204. Approval of the levy means local schools will be able to move forward with the first year of adding ... (more)
Valisha Eteuati, 27, pleaded not guilty last summer in the death of her 5-year-old son.
District attorneys Bradley Berry ; John Foote ; Bob Hermann ; D Rod Underhill ; and Timothy Colahan .
A package of gun bills remains stalled in the Oregon Senate while discussions continue about whether they can be revived in some fashion.
The late Sen. Mark Hatfield, Oregon's most powerful elected leader of the late 20th Century, was a consummate politician who would have appreciated Monday's debate in the Oregon House.
At a recent symposium in Dayton, winemakers tasted eight Oregon chardonnays and found they shared a similar profile: smooth and silky, light and lovely.
More and more states are producing wines, but Oregon's industry is unsurpassed for quality.