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The Portland mayor announced plans to spend $20 million in the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area.

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Discord greets Hanjin Shipping Co. | Print |  Email

The longshoreman's union criticized the Port of Portland for using tax revenue to subsidize Hanjin.

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Legislature to discuss Cover Oregon | Print |  Email

Policies that could have the most impact for Oregonians using the online health insurance exchange require approval from the federal government.

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Legislators approve $29.3M in university building projects | Print |  Email

Lawmakers greenlight $29.3 million in capital projects.

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Jobless figures steady in Lane County | Print |  Email

The region's seasonally adjusted jobless rate was 6.9 percent in January, unchanged from December 2013.

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Hanjin to stay in Portland | Print |  Email

The Seoul-based shipping line will continue its weekly transpacific vessel call to the Port of Portland.

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I-5 bridge project is dead | Print |  Email

The Oregon Department of Transportation pulls the plug on the Columbia River Crossing.

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PDC prepared to take loss on downtown hotel | Print |  Email

The Portland Development Commission will write off $6.7 million for its investment in The Nines.

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Cave Junction sawmill to reopen | Print |  Email

The Josephine County sawmill will add dozens of jobs to rural Oregon.

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Few retailer vacancies in Eugene-Springfield market | Print |  Email

National and regional retailers are unable to find openings in Lane County shopping centers.

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Some Mt. Hood businesses down 75 percent | Print |  Email

Ski Bowl sales and rentals plummeted due to the lack of snow.

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Feds file case against longshoremen | Print |  Email

The National Labor Relations Board accused ILWU Local 4 members of assaulting United Grain Corp. security officers.

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Portland may repay sewer ratepayers for cleanup | Print |  Email

The city's sewer customers could be reimbursed once the Superfund work moves forward.

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