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Oregon plant workers stretch to stay healthy

Workers at Greenberry Fabrication in Lewisburg stretch and warm-up before work to stay healthy.

Oregon gun control bills unlikely

Chances of gun control legislation passing in Oregon are slim after Senate president Peter Courtney said the votes "just aren't there."

Intel unveils newest chip design

Intel redesigned one of its chips to cater to thin and light computing devices.

Beaverton Farmers Market gets dog-sitting

Hillsboro nonprofit HomePlate Youth Services is debuting Sit-n-Stay, a dog-sitting service at the Beaverton Farmers Market.

Multnomah County libraries restore hours

Multnomah County libraries will be open on Mondays again starting in July.

Portland fluoride vote nearing

Ballots are arriving for the hotly-contested special election on whether to fluoridate Portland's water.

Online tax plan confusing business owners

A bill in Congress to implement an Internet sales tax is opposed by Oregon Senators and confusing to Oregon business owners.