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A bill that would legalize medical marijuana retail outlets in Oregon has snagged a high-profile endorsement: Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum .
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I've had several requests from readers about where to find concrete leaves like the one in the garden of Jane Coombs and Peter Dowse that I featured in a recent story .
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Pedaling and puffing up a sun-splashed canyon at about 6 miles per hour, I could see the cattle trotting down an off-road path on my left.
Gigi Stoll didn't repeat as state high school champion, but she is off to a strong start to her summer season.
Oregon legislators on Monday continued to work on a bill allowing the imposition of emergency taxes in financially ailing counties struggling to maintain basic law enforcement services.
HillCrest Vineyard in Roseburg, Ore., has been recognized for being the first in the state to plant pinot noir grapes.
A man jumped into an irrigation canal at Bend to rescue a man in a motorized wheelchair who accidentally fell in.
The Oregon Senate has voted down a $6.55 billion budget for primary and secondary schools after one Democrat and all 14 Republicans said it didn't provide enough money.
Government : Rich Read and Molly Young's amazing reporting details that while the head of the Oregon Employment Department is about to retire, her deputy has also been forced out in a bureaucratic bloodbath that claimed a third veteran manager fired by the director on her way out the door.
No murder weapon was ever found. There were no bloody clothes, ever, on Frank Gable, in Frank's house, or anywhere else.
BEAVERTON, Ore. Tenants at a Beaverton Apartment complex are upset after they found some of their personal information in an apartment dumpster.
Amid the flawless make-up, evening gowns and bikinis at the Miss USA competition airing live on Sunday night, Gresham native Gabrielle Neilan will stand proud, her physical imperfection on full display.
In Washington state, government appears headed for a partial shutdown unless legislators can break their stalemate and agree on a single budget by July 1. In Oregon, even though a budget stalemate of sorts is continuing, there's almost no likelihood of a partial shutdown of state government.
U.S. lawmakers are pushing for legislation that would aid Oregon coastal communities dealing with the cleanup of debris from the 2011 tsunami that hit Japan.
The mood bordered on goofy during a rare Friday session of the Oregon House, which had been taking a three-day weekend approach to lawmaking for most of the session.
From now through June 21 your chances of sighting the International Space Station above Portland and other parts of Oregon are still pretty good depending on weather.