Gresham City Council votes in favor of a tax on pot | Print |  Email

Although the tax is now in effect, questions swirl about its legitimacy.

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Portland is home to largest fleet of car2go vehicles in North America | Print |  Email

 There are now 530 cars circulating the Rose City.

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Semiconductor group says industry is growing | Print |  Email

World Semiconductor Trade Statistics suggests gloomy projections released earlier this year weren't wholly accurate.

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U.S. Senate to decide fate of Klamath water deal | Print |  Email

The bill — SB 2379 — was approved by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee and will now move to the full Senate and the House of Representatives.

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Portland State professor says more people means higher housing expenses | Print |  Email

The expert's study refutes the 2014 Urban Growth Report.

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Kitzhaber's proposed budget reflects desire to boost education spending | Print |  Email

The governor's budget for 2015-17 allocates an additional $800 million to encourage students to be ready for school from a young age.

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Portland company wants to sell you your last toothbrush | Print |  Email

The eco-toothbrush has been popular on crowd-funding site crowdsupply.com.

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Port of Portland director says he intends to retire in 3-5 years | Print |  Email

Bill Wyatt said he'd like to retire around the time he turns 67, which is in two years.

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Navy medical vessel contract goes to Vigor Industrial | Print |  Email

Portland company will receive no less than $13.4 million for maintenance on the ship Mercy.

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Skylab brings lauded design to Nike World Headquarters revamping | Print |  Email

Nike isn't talking about their plan, but documents filed give a general picture of what the company is intending to do.

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Portland city council considers raising additional $310M for redevelopment projects | Print |  Email

The urban renewal projects include two of the most anticipated works: the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute and the Portland-to-Milwaukie MAX line.

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SF Web startup with Portland office releases IPO details | Print |  Email

New Relic plans to sell five million shares at the price of $18-20 each.

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Uber could make inroads on Salem market | Print |  Email

The fate of the ride-sharing company in Oregon's state capital could be decided tonight at the Salem City Council meeting.

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