Affordable housing hitting snags throughout state | Print |  Email

In Portland, city officials wrangle with decades-old deal that could provide land in Pearl District, while Bend lawmakers push bills that sponsors concede aren't likely to pass.

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Drought brings grim news to rural Oregon | Print |  Email

Historically warm winter raises concerns about water access; farmers prepare for unprofitable year; Sen. Wyden pursues Wildlife Disaster Funding Act to prepare for wildfires.

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Oregon lawmakers to address increasing prescription-drug costs | Print |  Email

HEALTH ROUNDUP: Bills in Oregon Legislature to provide relief for families burdened by skyrocketing drug costs; Oregon hospitals overbill Medicare.

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Portland software company secures $20M | Print |  Email

Jama Software has raised $33M, plans to use funding to hire 50 to fill downtown office.

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MAX Orange Line expected to be millions under budget | Print |  Email

The general manager of TriMet said the new Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Line will be $10-40 million under budget.

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Oregon 'Pot Czar' fired | Print |  Email

POT NEWS: OLCC Executive Director confirms he was let go, after being hired in December; Portland businesses embrace pot entrepreneurship; Jackson Co. won't tax for a year.

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Background checks on private gun sale bill introduced | Print |  Email

All firearm transactions, with some exclusions, would be subject to background checks.

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Department of Administrative Services hacked | Print |  Email

The state's metadata was breached.

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Portland entrepreneurs hiring more employees, earning more revenue than global competitors | Print |  Email

Study indicates Portland-based entrepreneurs are better positioned than industry peers.

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California companies announce plans to expand in Portland area | Print |  Email

Genentech will invest $125M to expand Hillsboro facility; InDinero will hire 50 and establish Portland as its "primary office." 

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Deschutes Co. growing at one of the fastest rates in the country | Print |  Email

Bend metro area grew to an estimated 170,388 people from July 2013-14.

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Bill in Oregon Senate would require health plans to pay for abortion | Print |  Email

Legislation under consideration in Salem would provide women with comprehensive health coverage.

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Democrats in Oregon Legislature split on minimum wage bills | Print |  Email

Comments from House Speaker Tina Kotek indicate the majority party has not come to a consensus.

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