Left-lane 'pass only' bill passes House | Print |  Email

Proposed law would mandate penalties for non-passing drivers in the left lane of a highway.

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Under Armour announces Portland expansion | Print |  Email

The sports apparel company will move into a former YMCA building, bolstering its presence in the backyard of its main competitors, Nike and Adidas.

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University of Portland plans online class for brewers | Print |  Email

BREW NEWS: UP adds business strategy courses for craft brewers; Oregon Brewshed Alliance aims to "safeguard" water, forest; OSU research brewery gets $1M donation.

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7 Oregon counties now in drought emergencies | Print |  Email

Gov. Kate Brown makes Baker and Wheeler Counties eligible for federal drought aid.

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Portland-based Orchestrate bought by CenturyLink | Print |  Email

Looking to diversify, the local phone company  acquired the 10-person startup.

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Study: Work less, you'll be just as productive | Print |  Email

Stanford University study finds that employees who work 55 and 70 hours get the same amount of work done.

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Vote on Uber resolution set for Tuesday | Print |  Email

Portland Mayor, transportation head propose letting taxi companies set prices ahead of allowing ridesharing companies to operate.

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Gov. Brown delivers State of the State focused on economic opportunity, ethics in government | Print |  Email

Oregon governor's speech urged legislators to support transportation package, ethics measures.

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Gun group aims to recall Oregon lawmakers | Print |  Email

Three Oregon legislators have been targeted by national firearm advocates.

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Eugene electric carmaker raised $1M | Print |  Email

Arcimoto landed $1M in equity fundraising; Jaguar looks to innovate tech-friendly experience at Portland site.

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Portland fines short-term rental company | Print |  Email

Vacation Home Rentals fined $3K; Hotels.com says pot has boosted tourism in Seattle, Denver and Portland.

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'Fast track' trade deal reached by Sen. Wyden | Print |  Email

Oregon Democrat found common ground with key Republicans on a controversial trade bill.

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Gov. Brown signs tax bill to woo Google Fiber | Print |  Email

House Bill 2485 exempts super-fast Internet service from a unique property tax.

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