The Federal Reserve's San Francisco chief spoke in Portland, saying that scaling back bond purchases this year and stopping them next year is the best course of action.
The Food Alliance is relaunching after suspending operations in February. The group certifies sustainable agriculture and food handling.
The Oregon Zoo is expecting lion cubs for the first time in several decades.
State Treasurer Ted Wheeler is proposing a first-of-its-kind college scholarship program considered risky by investment professionals.
News Corp sold 33 publications, including Medford's Mail Tribune and Ashland's Daily Tidings.
TriMet released its new mobile ticketing app that works for buses and trains systemwide. It was developed by Portland startup GlobeSherpa.
Employees who previously destroyed chemical weapons at an Eastern Oregon plant are now re-entering the job market.