Some warn that passage of bill would force them to "close our doors or lay people off."
The Oregon Department of Transportation has hired a company to review the bridge that could collapse should an earthquake occur.
Companies that rely on America-to-Asia transit find themselves without options.
The Southern Oregon town believes nationally-reported numbers are being blown out of proportion.
The state's third-largest charitable foundation will take a hiatus from the middle of March through the fall.
Don Blair will step down in October; Columbia Sportswear had a record year.
Kurt Schrader and representatives from Washington and California are urging the president to help resolve the labor strife crippling West Coast ports.
City Hall approved 292 more taxi operating in Portland, a move the Transportation Fairness Alliance praised, with reservations.
Portland sandal-maker, Eugene gold-panner will vie for investment dollars tonight on Mark Cuban's popular show.
Port labor strife proving to have wide-reaching implications.
Over the next five months, 146 stores throughout the West will make the change.