Prineville searching for identity after more layoffs in timber industry | Print |  Email

Mayor says "we are losing our mill-town status, that is for sure."

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Multnomah Co. employees to get $15/hour minimum wage | Print |  Email

The county's board of commissioners approved the pay raise for some to start in July of 2016.

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Winds of change sweeping through Portland's Brooklyn neighborhood | Print |  Email

The neighborhood south of the Ross Island Bridge and north of Sellwood should be greatly altered by the opening of a MAX orange line next fall.

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Fred Meyer, Daimler team with 40 natural-gas trucks | Print |  Email

The Portland arm of the Kroger Corp., said it aims to run a more eco-friendly business.

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Intel says it will pay $1.6B for Chinese facility | Print |  Email

The move represents another success the company has had investing in the exclusive market.

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Lame duck Congress includes Oregon land bill to 'must-pass' legislation | Print |  Email

The National Defense Authorization Act is one of the last bills Congress will pass in 2014.

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Portland to allow Airbnb-style rentals in multifamily units | Print |  Email

City leaders are optimistically expecting the move to not further damage the affordable-housing market.

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Oregon's child-care affordability deemed low | Print |  Email

Parents in need of child care pay a higher percentage of their income than anywhere else in the country.

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Final vote on Portland Street Fund tentatively planned for Dec. 17 | Print |  Email

A proposed tax that aims to improve infrastructure will be decided later this month.

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CenturyLink 911 failure could cost company $2.9M | Print |  Email

Utility regulators in the state of Washington want the company to pay a fine for a 911 outage in April.

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Fees from special salmon license plates misallocated | Print |  Email

An investigation by the Oregonian finds that a Salem bureaucrat is directly benefiting from a program that was originally intended to aid the fish's migration.

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Intel, Ray-Ban team up to create computerized glasses | Print |  Email

Not long after coming to an agreement with Google to power its Glass project, Intel agreed with the company that owns Ray-Ban, Oakley and Persol to create technology for eye-glasses.

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Gresham City Council votes in favor of a tax on pot | Print |  Email

Although the tax is now in effect, questions swirl about its legitimacy.

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