Oregon Legislature earmarks $300M for quake preparedness | Print |  Email

Lawmakers set aside largest-ever amount of money for updates ahead of the Big One.

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Motorcycle Superstore spurns Medford for Texas, Kentucky | Print |  Email

The company will shed 118 Southern Oregon jobs in its move.

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Nike lands college football program with most wins | Print |  Email

University of Michigan announces it has agreed "in principle" to switch from Adidas after eight years with the struggling brand.

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Intel president out in rash of management changes | Print |  Email

Renee James announced Thursday she will step down in January.

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Portland tech groups push diversity | Print |  Email

PDC makes $30,000 available for diversity initiatives; code schools offer scholarships.

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Oregon business groups seek shipping solutions | Print |  Email

Business Oregon, the Port of Portland, the Oregon Department of Agriculture and Department of Transportation plan trip to minimize impact of fleeing container business.

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Construction starts on OSU-Cascades | Print |  Email

Following a lengthy delay, workers broke ground on the campus on the west-side of Bend.

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Senate passes bill to require schools to report immunization rates | Print |  Email

Newest effort by Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward to minimize unvaccinated children heads to the House.

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Tutoring tech: Teens to help senior citizens | Print |  Email

Volunteer program pairs the young and elderly to spread Internet understanding.

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Legislators scramble day before pot becomes legal | Print |  Email

Two bills are sent to Gov. Kate Brown for a final signature; another three advance through House and Senate.

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Yakima Products to relocate from Beaverton | Print |  Email

Cargo brand closing in on a $20.1 million deal with the City of Lake Oswego for a building on SW Kruse Way.

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Sizzle Pie to team with Pine State Biscuits | Print |  Email

Portland-based pizza company wants to expand delivery footprint.

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Phil Knight plans to step down in 2016 | Print |  Email

The co-founder of the Washington County-based sports apparel giant says he wants CEO Mark Parker to succeed him when he leaves role as chairman.

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