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2 hrs ago | Rock Hill Herald
The biggest outstanding issue is the budget, including Oregon Health & Science University's request for the state to fund cancer research facilities and additional funding for prisons and social services.
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2 hrs ago | Examiner.com
A native of Indiana, John Whiteaker was born on May 4, 1820. The son of John Whiteaker and Nancy Smales, he was one of five children.
3 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Editor Peter Bhatia announced Thursday he is leaving The Oregonian to teach at Arizona State University.
3 hrs ago | SanLuisObispo.com
Bhatia joined Oregon's largest newspaper in 1993 and was managing editor and executive editor before becoming editor on Jan. 1, 2010.
5 hrs ago | The Courier Mailer
"This is a question that divides people of faith across the state," said the Rev.
9 hrs ago | Eugene Weekly
Just as LGBTQ activists are celebrating Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum's decision to not defend Oregon's gay marriage ban and celebrating Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer's veto of that state's anti-gay discrimination bill, along comes the reminder that the Oregon Family Council wants to throw a little cold water on the gey celebration.
10 hrs ago | KVAL-TV Eugene
Oregon cities and counties would be allowed to ban medical marijuana stores, but only temporarily, under a bill approved Wednesday in the Oregon House.
13 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Here's a look at what's been happening in Oregon and beyond so far this week that's of particular interest to parents.
Sen. Jeff Kruse, R-Roseburg, called amendments to a Senate bill approved by House Democrats "mischief" Wednesday.
Oregon bike advocates in the Capitol Hill office of Rep. Greg Walden . Left to right: Blane Meier, owner of First City Cycles in Oregon City; Harry Daalgard, Travel Oregon; Brian Potwin, Commute Options, Bend; Rep. Walden; Alison Graves, executive director of Cycle Oregon ; Brian Jorgensen, student at Lees-McCrae College; Dr. A.J. Zelada, advocate ... (more)
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A Portland cab driver violated the rights of a lesbian couple he left on the side of a freeway last summer, state regulators said Tuesday.
The Oregon House passed a measure aimed at helping Oregonians who ran into problems signing up for insurance on Cover Oregon.
Those wild, weird and wonderful undersea volcanoes will show up in Cannon Beach on Thursday, March 13. Not in person, of course, but via a talk given by Dr. Bill Chadwick of the Hatfield Marine Science Center and NOAA at the Cannon Beach History Center & Museum.
Southern Oregon tourism folks like the state's new Seven Wonders of Oregon campaign so much that they are fashioning their own list of local wonders to promote for the coming vacation season.
The National Weather Service in Portland is telling inland and coastal residents to watch out for some wild weather coming their way.
Eleven kids gathered around a collection of tables at the Forest Grove School District Office on Monday to draw their ideal playground.