A group representing business and labor interests sent a letter to the mayor criticizing his about-face on a proposed propane terminal at the Port of Portland.
Assistant U.S. Secretary of Education warns state legislators of a loss in federal funding if they pass a bill making it easier to opt out of Common Core testing.
Sports apparel giant's case against designers is dismissed after "confidential settlement."
More than 1,000 rental properties proposed in booming Central Oregon city.
SleepNinja uses contracts from Cartoon Network to fund small studio's projects.
Portland city attorney says the City Council doesn't absolutely have to give the Canadian company a hearing, but there could be consequences if it doesn't.
Revenue officers have been accused of targeting vulnerable citizens by demanding taxes on exempt Social Security payments.
As the legislative session winds to a close, Oregon business lobbyists are exhaling as several labor-friendly bills will not pass.