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Tsunami cleanup costs money Oregon doesn't have

More debris from the Japanese Tsunami is expected to arrive on the Oregon coast this winter, and funding for its removal remains unknown.

Malheur Lumber gets reprieve

Malheur Lumber's sawmill is getting a short-term reprieve from private landowners who are providing timber to continue operations.

U.S. economy expands in second quarter

The U.S. economy expanded more than previously estimated in the second quarter, boosted by consumer spending and exports.

Walmart getting Portland's largest green roof

Construction on a new 90,000-square-foot Walmart in North Portland has begun. The store will have a 40,600-square-foot green roof.

Vestas considers Mitsubishi cooperation

Vestas Wind Systems said it is in discussions with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to consider a "potential strategic cooperation."

Organic hop acres rising

The number of organic hop acres is rising, ahead of a new rule that removes hops from a national list of non-organic ingredients that can be used in organic products.

Cooling coal emissions could help air quality

A team of University of Oregon physicists found that cooling coal-fired power plants' emissions could drop the levels of dangerous chemicals in the air.