New panel aims to break medical pot impasse | Print |  Email

Sen. Peter Courtney says new Senate committee will work on resolving the issue.

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Gov. Brown testifies on ethics reforms | Print |  Email

Gov. Kate Brown spoke to support her proposed ethics legislation package.

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Congressional support for TPP dries up | Print |  Email

Sen. Ron Wyden votes to block the proposal, saying Republicans aren't adhering to an earlier deal.

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Eugene biofuel company expects boost from Clean Fuels program | Print |  Email

Anticipating growing demand for cleaner-burning fuel, SeQuential Pacific Biofuels seeks to expand.

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Moda not dependent on federal funding, CEO says | Print |  Email

Robert Gootee is confident a "significantly underfunded" program created by the ACA will pay out.

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Oregon has worst graduation rate in the country | Print |  Email

Report reveals the state is in danger of missing graduation rate goal.

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Concrete companies persuade county to request drought emergency | Print |  Email

Lane County asks Gov. Kate Brown for drought emergency declaration.

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Wage inequality grows in Portland | Print |  Email

Middle-income workers struggle to find wage-appropriate housing.

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Farmers brace for dry summer after worst winter snowpack since 1992 | Print |  Email

Of the 112 snow monitoring sites statewide, 15 had snow on May 1.

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Uber says bill threatens its operations in Oregon | Print |  Email

Uber criticizes a bill in the Oregon House that would mandate ridesharing companies carry commercial insurance at all times.

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Pot committee reaches impasse that threatens its existence | Print |  Email

Failure to reach resolution on a medical marijuana issue means the committee could be dissolved.

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Southern Oregon officials tout growth in tourism industry | Print |  Email

 Rogue Valley area cities say the area has become a hot spot for monied travelers from Northern California, Portland and Seattle.

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Groups react to Obama's Portland visit | Print |  Email

Wine industry supports TPP; Obama hopes speech will sway reluctant allies in Congress.

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