During a Senate hearing, federal officials said easy access to funding to mitigate the damage done by large fires is essential.
Charlie Hales asks for $440,000 for a permitting program; Rep. Lew Frederick aims to alter sentences for pot offenders.
The new governor said she aims to bolster rural Oregon's economy by improving regulatory climate for small businesses.
Taxi companies insist rideshare companies follow same rules, while Uber says innovation is being stifled.
The Rose City has experienced four-straight years of growth in the tourism industry.
Sen. Ron Wyden, Rep. Greg Walden each stake claim in contentious debate ahead of FCC's vote.
While the rest of the West Coast gets back to work, labor strife at Terminal 6 endures.
The court fight continues as both sides of the case file opposing motions.
An attorney representing a downtown hoteliers group says public funding for the convention center hotel is not a factor in Portland hosting the NBA's marquee midseason event.
Oregon lawmakers rescind invitation to researcher who promoted a fallacious vaccine-autism link.
A report released by City Observatory finds that the jobs are increasingly moving to the inner city.
Two current and two former employees seek a total of $9.5 million in damages one month after the company agreed to a record settlement for similar allegations.
The scientist who found the since debunked autism-vaccination link will testify before the state legislature.