The improving real estate market is good for the Street of Dreams, and most of the expensive homes are already sold.
The NCAA put the University of Oregon's football program on probation for three years and took away a scholarship through June 2016 for recruiting violations under Chip Kelly.
Onetime Oregon gubernatorial candidate Craig Berkman pleaded guilty in a $13 million securities fraud scheme.
The amount of unemployment benefits that Oregonians can receive will rise slightly next week.
A California development company signed a purchase agreement for the historic Blue Heron mill site in Oregon City.
The University of Oregon plans to start dealing with only a single manufacturer for Ducks apparel instead of dozens, leading in-state companies to believe the contract could go outside of Oregon.
Hillsboro semiconductor startup NexPlanar secured a $5 million loan to expand production.