Tektronix owner Danaher Corp. posted higher quarterly revenue but warned of upcoming cuts.
The University of Oregon will pay its football assistant coaching staff more than $3.2 million during the 2012 season, a 40% increase over 2011.
The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled that the mortgage industry's document-registry system could not be used to skirt state recording law.
The U.S. Department of Education gave Oregon and six other states permission to use their own model over No Child Left Behind.
Oregon liquor sales rose 35% in June at stores near the border with Washington.
The Vancouver City Council passed a resolution of concern about proposed coal export facilities, and Portland could be next says City Commissioner Amanda Fritz.
The United Way of the Columbia-Willamette and Hands On Greater Portland are merging.