17 state workers apply for legal fees in Kitzhaber case | Print |  Email

Members of former governor's staff seek assistance from state program that allows coverage of legal costs that arise from performing duties on the job.

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U.S. Representative from Oregon pushes GMO labeling bill | Print |  Email

Kurt Scharder's measure would prohibit state and local governments from implementing special requirements.

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Two Portland-area Safeways slated to close | Print |  Email

A company spokesman tells Oregonian the stores in Gresham, Milwaukie were underperforming.

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Metro chief: 'No regional need to expand the UGB' | Print |  Email

Official recommends no changes for first time during a review period.

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Controversial labor, street fee proposals reemerge | Print |  Email

Minimum wage increase, Portland street fee expected to be reintroduced into public discussion.

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Shell Oil drilling ship to arrive in Portland | Print |  Email

Coast Guard sets aside protest area around ship that will eventually drill in the Arctic.

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Kickstarter darling, Coolest Cooler, set to ship | Print |  Email

The Oregon entrepreneur who raised more than $13 million said his product will begin shipping Friday.

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Nike finalizes lease for 105K square-feet in Hillsboro | Print |  Email

Deal represents the most business space rented in the Portland area this year.

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Turnover continues for Redmond Airport | Print |  Email

Director resigns after just a little more than a year at the helm.

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Daimler Trucks targeted in another lawsuit claiming discrimination | Print |  Email

Ricky Pang seeks $250,000: "White employees are not treated the same."

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Longview-based taxi company enters Portland | Print |  Email

EcoCab, equipped with a fleet of Teslas, joins fray amid pilot program for ridesharing companies like Uber, Lyft.

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Rural Oregon struggling with legal pot regulations | Print |  Email

Jefferson Co. County Commission Chairman: "We've done absolutely nothing."

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Central Oregon county breaks jobs record | Print |  Email

Deschutes County reports 74,380 nonfarm jobs in June, breaking the record set in June 2007.

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