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Neighbors fight south Eugene development

Residents of Eugene's Laurel Hill Valley are preparing to fight an out-of-area developer that wants to build a 608-home subdivision near two failed developments.

Pendleton has no takers for development offer

Pendleton has had no takers for an entire year for a $100,000 development offer.

Intel quickly expanding its production capacity

Intel is doubling the size of its research factory D1X to help expand its production capacity despite falling personal computer sales.

Oregon stockpilers prepare for earthquake

Though most Oregonians are ill prepared for an impending earthquake, some are stocking up on emergency supplies.

Apple reveals green data center plans

Apple reiterated its plans to use only "renewable" power for its new Prineville data center.

Oregon outdoor recreation a $13B industry

Visitors spend $12.8 billion a year in Oregon, according to a new study by the Outdoor Industry Association.

Immigrant tuition bill heads to governor

The Oregon Senate voted to let young immigrants pay resident college tuition no matter how they were brought to the U.S. as children.