What happens if Pembina's propane terminal explodes? | Print |  Email

Competing reports predict what would happen if Pembina's proposed propane terminal were to explode.

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Ninkasi sends yeast into space | Print |  Email

The spores will be used to brew an Imperial Stout, which will be available in April.

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Biggest hack of health insurance company in history could affect 60k Oregonians | Print |  Email

The cyberattack on Premera Blue Cross, which shares IT systems with LifeWise Health Plan of Oregon, threatens 11 million customers.

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Convention Center hotel fight wages on | Print |  Email

Downtown hoteliers want measure to go to vote but Metro aims to take issue to the legislature.

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Designers sued by Nike fire back | Print |  Email

The three designers sued for jumping ship to Adidas express "alarm about the culture of distrust and intimidation."

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'Right to Work' measure considered for 2016 ballot initiative | Print |  Email

A Washington Co. attorney pursues measure that would cut revenue for public-sector unions.

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United Streetcar failed to live up to jobs expectations | Print |  Email

Officials thought hundreds of full-time manufacturing jobs would be created but the final tally was 59.

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Tax cuts for telecom businesses panned by some House Democrats | Print |  Email

LEGISLATURE ROUNDUP: Property tax cuts for Comcast; Google Fiber meets criticism in House.

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Governor declares drought emergency | Print |  Email

The southeast corner of Oregon is vulnerable due to a lack of snowpack and rain.

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Hopworks becomes first brewery in northwest to earn coveted sustainability status | Print |  Email

BREW NEWS: Hopworks Brewery certified as a B Corporation; 10 Barrel moves into the Pearl; craft beer accounts for 11 percent of sales in market in 2014.

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Kitzhaber says he would like to remain active in civic affairs | Print |  Email

During a ceremony honoring businessman Junki Yoshida,  the former governor said he first needs "to get my name cleared."

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Oregon becomes first state to automatically enroll voters | Print |  Email

The law shifts burden of voter registration from voters to the state.

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Get paid to park your car at the airport | Print |  Email

FlightCar, which wants to rent your parked car while you're out of town, is launching in Portland today.

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