PORTLAND TRIBUNE: Despite controversy, Oregon's top Democrats pledged support for women's-health organization.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: A Milwaukie man was told he couldn't keep his pitbull, but then noticed the policy was not applied to everyone.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The toxic algae bloom off the Pacific Coast spans from California to Alaska.
LOS ANGELES TIMES: Ridesharing companies have touted the effect they'll have on drunken driving and a new report backs up those claims.
BLOOMBERG: Struggling tech company may be targeted for acquisition.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The price of gas in Washington will continue to increase.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: Hiring may be up, but paychecks are stagnating.
SEATTLE TIMES: Amazon surpassed analysts' 2nd-quarter projects with a $92 million profit, when many believed the company would log losses.
BLOOMBERG: Under Armour rode strong shoe sales past analysts' forecasts.
OREGONLIVE.COM: Passengers en route to Germany were forced to camp at Portland International Airport for a full day.
BEND BULLETIN: Lawmakers hope peer pressure drops rate of unvaccinated children.
ASSOCIATED PRESS: The Seattle CEO who made news by raising his company's minimum wage to $70,000 a year is being sued by his brother.
BLOOMBERG: Nine executives, including the CEO, stepped down Tuesday after it was discovered the company fraudulently inflated profits.