Nike secures NBA apparel contract | Print |  Email

A deal expected since April became official Wednesday.

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Senate Democrats pass paid sick leave bill | Print |  Email

A measure that would mandate five paid sick days a year heads to the House after passing the Senate on a partisan vote.

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Portland commissioner declines $10K raise | Print |  Email

Steve Novick, who is running for re-election, turns down cost of living adjustment.

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How much does a visit from Obama cost in OT for cops? | Print |  Email

An appearance by the president cost Portland more than $100,000 in overtime pay.

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Hydro dams not heavily impacted by drought | Print |  Email

Regional power planning group says water levels will be low, but the system is "pretty resilient."

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Feds expect historically costly wildfire season | Print |  Email

Officials expect damage to outpace amount appropriated by Congress for relief.

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Portland is No. 14 in nation for tech jobs | Print |  Email

Tech jobs account for 4.7 percent of employment in the Rose City.

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Where does Oregon rank among most-expensive states for gas? | Print |  Email

Oregon has the cheapest gas on the West Coast, but the seventh-most expensive in the nation.

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OSU campus in Bend clears hurdle | Print |  Email

Construction is expected to be completed by the 2016-17 academic year.

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How much do hospitals contribute to Oregon economy? | Print |  Email

Study reveals state's community hospitals contribute $18.9 billion to the economy in addition to being responsible for 5 percent of total employment.

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Prineville railroad eyes Hanjin business | Print |  Email

Can Prineville’s three-person rail and freight company compete with major trucking companies for the freight business of shipping titan Hanjin? Dale Keller thinks it can.

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Business leaders urge Hales to give Pembina a hearing | Print |  Email

A group representing business and labor interests sent a letter to the mayor criticizing his about-face on a proposed propane terminal at the Port of Portland.

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Kotek to make late push for minimum wage hike | Print |  Email

Portland Democrat aims to introduce proposal before legislative session ends.

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