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Soldiers still waiting to be paid for Iraq oil case

A federal judge said a group of Oregon National Guardsman who were exposed to carcinogens deserved $81 million.

Tech innovations play central role at retail convention

Analyst contends most gadgets are impractical or unnecessary.

State's reluctance to make exceptions for drop-in child care makes service sparse

The owners of drop-in child care centers in Portland contend that citizens are underserved because of day care rules.

Intel has record-breaking 2014

Surprisingly-strong PC market propels tech giant to $55 billion in revenue.

Scientists: Proposed Coos Bay natural gas terminal poses significant safety risk

Researchers allege the project's safety practices would be counterproductive.

Springfield mill destroyed by fire to be restored

FORESTRY ROUNDUP: Swanson Group Manufacturing plans to rebuild and upgrade a mill that was flattened by a fire in 2014.

Hales calls off street fee discussions

The mayor of Portland announced there would be no more discussions about a local solution to funding infrastructure while the state legislature addresses transportation issues.