TPP slowed by defeat of accompanying bill | Print |  Email

President Obama cannot pursue Trans-Pacific Partnership unless Trade Adjustment Assistance bill passes.

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Feds bolster fund for drought relief in the West | Print |  Email

In response to a historically-dry winter, $110 million has been allocated for a fiery summer.

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Judge dismisses Oracle's suit against Kitzhaber consultants | Print |  Email

Multnomah County Court judge sides with political consultants in Cover Oregon case.

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Oregon needs funding help with deficient bridges | Print |  Email

There are 439 bridges in the state that are classified as "structually deficient" and the local jurisdictions in charge of many of them have little recourse.

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'Ban the box' bill passes Oregon Senate | Print |  Email

After amending the original measure, the new employment bill passes with bipartisan support.

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Microsoft's 84-inch tablet to be built in Oregon | Print |  Email

The Microsoft Surface Hub was developed at the company's Wilsonville facility, where it will also be manufactured.

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Which Oregon city is the worst for allergy sufferers in the nation? | Print |  Email

High pollen rates started earlier this year and are expected to last longer.

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Wyden calls for reform to financial aid application | Print |  Email

HIGHER ED ROUNDUP: Sen. Ron Wyden wants to "empower consumers and increase college access"; PCC adds all-gender bathrooms.

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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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