Demand in Hong Kong for organic produce bolsters Oregon ag exporters | Print |  Email

USDA report indicates Hong Kong consumers eager for organic label.

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TriMet releases $505M budget | Print |  Email

Plan calls for increased fares for elderly, disabled.

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Adidas abandons NBA uniform contract | Print |  Email

German sports apparel company decides to walk away from negotiations to extend contract with world's most prominent basketball league.

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Gov. Brown signs clean fuels bill | Print |  Email

STATE GOVERNMENT ROUNDUP: Despite protests from Republicans, the Clean Fuels Program was signed into law; Senate approves bill to allow cyclists to run some red lights; motor voter law explained.

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Tech firm announces plans to move from Vancouver to NW Portland | Print |  Email

Japan-based Wacom Technology joins other companies moving to Portland; will add employees in coming years.

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Portland roundup: City takes first step in regulating Uber, Lyft | Print |  Email

City Council lays out plans for pilot program to test new taxi rules.

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Intel downgrades Q1 expectations by $1B | Print |  Email

Weak PC sales forces tech giant to cut quarterly outlook as its stock slides.

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UO secures grad program championed by Nike, panned by PSU | Print |  Email

A Master of Science in Sports Product Management degree will be offered for students in Portland, irking PSU's president.

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Legislature hears strippers' concerns about workplace standards | Print |  Email

LEGISLATIVE ROUNDUP: Stripclubs are inspected about every 40 years; proposal made to require high school students to pass citizenship test; should daylight saving time be abolished?

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Vaccine mandate sponsor drops bill | Print |  Email

Sen. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward casts aside prohibition of nonmedical exemption bill; pursues different policy.

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Farmers wary of warm winter | Print |  Email

February was 5.5 degrees warmer than average, triggering concerns about damage if plants bud early and then freeze.

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Gov. Brown addresses ethics issues that cost Kitzhaber his job | Print |  Email

New governor sends ethics and transparency reforms to legislature; commits to predecessor's early-education plan.

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Port of Portland director: Terminal 6 will shut down if current operator leaves | Print |  Email

Officials believe they cannot replace ICTSI Oregon.

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