Zillow: Racial divide in US housing 'largely unchanged for more than a century' | Print |  Email

Study finds whites own houses at 28 more percentage points than blacks in 1900, 2014.

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The Dalles Rep: Avoid 'knee-jerk' bills in wake of Kitzhaber scandal | Print |  Email

Republican won't support legislation that doesn't address specific issues. 

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Portland approves $15 an hour minimum wage for city workers | Print |  Email

City Council roundup: Full-time workers, contractors get a raise; demolition reform passes; Uber's coming, ready or not.

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Brown as governor elicits praise, apprehension | Print |  Email

Democratic leaders excited for Brown, as Republicans worry new governor will sidestep rural Oregon

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Southern Oregon timber tract yields $855M in sale | Print |  Email

A Singapore-based investor bought 197,000 acres in Oregon's High Desert.

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Feds slowly intervene on West Coast port strife | Print |  Email

Local, state and national leaders are calling for an end to the labor breakdown.

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How the FAA's proposed drone rules affect business | Print |  Email

Realtors expected to utilize technology while entrepreneurs may have to bide their time.

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Portland closes in on $15 an hour minimum wage for city employees | Print |  Email

The city council will vote on the measure Wednesday.

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What was in the emails Kitzhaber wanted destroyed? | Print |  Email

The Willamette Week obtained messages the former governor wanted deleted.

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Kate Brown sworn in as Oregon's second female governor | Print |  Email

The ex-secretary of state was sworn in Wednesday morning in Salem.

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Portland-based Sho Dozono could be forced into bankruptcy | Print |  Email

Creditors file petition to drive businessman and former mayoral candidate into Chapter 7 involuntary bankruptcy.

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Labor strife takes center stage for Port of Portland | Print |  Email

The port has been criticized for how it has addressed airport workers' unrest while conflicts with labor continues to hurt the shipping terminal.

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Children of anti-vaxxers to be sent home today if shots not up to date | Print |  Email

Oregon leads the nation with highest percentage of kindergarteners with non-medical vaccine exemptions.

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