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2 hrs ago | Beach Connection
It seems more than slightly appropriate to celebrate Earth Day on the dynamic environment of the Oregon coast, and Lincoln City has one of the bigger festivities on April 19 with the 44th annual Earth Day at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
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6 hrs ago | WebProNews
Can there be anything worse than losing your best friend and partner in a criminal pursuit? A police dog was shot and killed on Wednesday after his partner officer gave him the sic command.
8 hrs ago | Tigard Times
"Tilikum" is a Chinook Wawa word used by the earliest residents in the region that means people, tribe and relatives.
9 hrs ago | Townhall
The only thing that makes Tax Day worse is finding out where exactly your tax dollars are going.
9 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
The sun sets on the tsunami dock removal at Agate State Beach, north of Newport in August 2012.
9 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Oracle Corp. has accused the state of Oregon of misleading the press and the public with a "false narrative" about who's at fault for the state's health exchange technology disaster.
10 hrs ago | Examiner.com
When you visit the Pacific Northwest, you no doubt will want to experience some of the local cuisine.
11 hrs ago | Local TV Station KTVZ
The Oregonian reports three suspects are in custody, including one who was the object of a manhunt in southwest Portland.
14 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Law enforcement agencies in Oregon rely on more than 100 dogs to help them track criminals, sniff out drugs, find bodies and help in arson investigations.
17 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
The popular resort, just northwest of the volcano that Travel Oregon calls one of the "7 Wonders of Oregon," is already seeing most of its snow disappear this spring and is targeting a May 1 opening.
18 hrs ago | The Oregonian
Readers have selected the Elite 8 in our "most intriguing political figure" brackets.
18 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
The Oregonian's crack political team has voted for its Elite 8 as the "most intriguing political figure" contest tightens.
19 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Ali Sacash-Johnson of Vancouver holds her daughter as they shop at Mother Nature's, a green baby store in Southeast Portland.
Cheryl Twete, Metro regional government's senior development adviser, was named the city of Beaverton's new community development director on Tuesday.
If you were on the Oregon coast, unfortunately you missed it. But many parts of inland Oregon got a front row seat to the infamous Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse.
School district leaders looking to hire fresh talent and aspiring teachers looking to enter or reenter the profession expressed optimism Wednesday that they will find their match this spring.
A group of school children look at the solar eclipse in Accra, Ghana, on March 29, 2006.
Techies are taking over in Prineville. Oregonian reporter Mike Rogoway lit up OregonLive over the weekend when he posted this: Apple acquires hydroelectric project near its Prineville data center.