On Sunday, the Oregonian published an editorial explaining “why climate change will not be our 2015 editorial agenda.”
CenturyLink is taking advantage of its owning Qwest to potentially start offering its services in 2015.
Twenty stores in Oregon will be affected, assuming the deal is approved by the Federal Trade Commission.
The public transportation system for Portland said the expansion in service aided bus-usage in the fall quarter.
The Democrat from Oregon said he will push the Equality Act of 2015 when Congress returns from recess.
The ridesharing app agreed to stop illegally operating in Portland, while the homesharing app resists giving the city the name of its hosts.
Voting on the $43.8 million tax proposal has been delayed until mid-January.
A whistleblower suggested that project engineers were possibly withholding information about soil issues at the Coos Bay site.
A Maryland affiliate of LaSalle Hotel Properties has reportedly purchased the downtown Portland holding.
The company saw its shares soar Wednesday after Lindsay Drucker Mann said it had sustainable 'momentum.'
Consumers may have to wait for an act of Congress to be allowed to easily procure Cuba's famous cigars and rum.
A committee of Senate and House members want to establish clarity surrounding Measure 91's taxation and how its passage affects medical marijuana rules.