As the first wave of notices about health reform changes go out, some Oregonians are experiencing rate shock.
In exchange for investing $200 million in a new data center in The Dalles, Google will get a new package of tax breaks worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Portland International Airport banned ads by Oregon Wild as part of a campaign to defeat a Congressional bill to increase logging on federal forests.
The Ashland City Council approved new laws requiring property owners to have land-use approval, a business license and to pay a hotel tax if they want to rent to tourists for short stays.
Plans to open a GreenFLEX building material plant in Stayton have fallen through.
A monthly distribution of produce to the Clark County Food Bank is ending.
The White House says it could veto a bill to boost logging on national forests.