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TriMet works on funding plan for CRC

TriMet is filing paperwork for its share of the Columbia River Crossing, even though the project has stalled at a state level.

Intel won't say when OnCue will be released

Intel is silent on the status of the upcoming video device called OnCue.

Changing demographics affecting food choices

As immigrant and minority populations increase in America, the foods we eat are changing rapidly.

Companies sue to lift logging ban

Three timber companies filed a lawsuit to lift a logging ban in national forests from the federal government's shutdown.

Intel's third-quarter results OK

Intel's third-quarter results met the very modest targets the company had set.

Multnomah County property taxes rise

Tax bills sent out to Multnomah County property owners this week will be bigger than usual, due to voter-approved tax hikes.

Portland apartment rents rising

Rents continue to rise in Portland as fewer apartments are empty.