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Should the US stop sending aid to developing countries?
Should smoking in public places be banned?
Clean Energy Works, the nonprofit that's working to promote affordable, energy-efficient home improvements throughout Oregon, is pretty good at promoting women and people of color as well.
An e-cigarette emits a smoke-like vapor, which contains nicotine but no tar. Health effects are debated.
The life expectancy of people with HIV has increased dramatically since the 1990s, when the epidemic was at its peak in Oregon.
Denise King and Lois Stubberfield live on the Oregon Coast. That's not all they have in common: They are among the 219 Oregonians who have successfully navigated the bug-ridden enrollment process of Cover Oregon and signed up for health coverage.
This state's picture-perfect vistas of expansive forests, cliff-lined beaches and hipster cities mask a painfully slow recovery from a recession that has pushed unemployment to its highest rate in 30 years.
Does anyone remember that old song, 'What a Difference a Day Makes?' Yes, a day can make a lot of... Fans outraged that a sequel to a beloved holiday film is in the works are no longer out in the cold.
Slater Smith, and his fellow members of the Portland band, The Weather Machine, working on the music video for "Back O'er Oregon," which was filmed in all 185 Oregon State Parks.
Prison staff found Larry Hurst alone in his cell at the Two Rivers Correctional Institution around 10 p.m. Sunday.
Jay Fewel , who helped guide Oregon's state Treasury into private equity investments, is retiring, a Treasury spokesperson told peHUB.
List highlights nonprofits that spend less than 30% of the funds they raise on charitable services or programs they claim to support.
Doctors who agree to work in Oregon locations where there's a health professional shortage can receive as much as $175,000 in medical school loan repayment, the Oregon Health Authority announced today.
In the latest tax reform plan floated in Salem , the inclusion of a sales tax is not the problem.
Greg Nokes worked as a print journalist for 43 years at the Associated Press and The Oregonian before turning to Northwest history.
One of the great things about working at a newspaper is the library. There is a room downstairs at the Statesman Journal where we can look up every newspaper we've ever created on microfilm, going back to about 1925.
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department director Tim Wood announced his retirement Monday morning.
Just listening to the radio about what a disaster the Oregon obamacare website has been.