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TriMet warns of 70% service cuts if union doesn't change health benefits

TriMet may have to cut 63 bus lines and 70% of service by 2025 if the union doesn't budge on health and retirement benefits, the agency's general manager says.

Helicopter company leaving Corvallis

Helicopter Transport Services is moving its heavy lift division to the Aurora State Airport after a dozen years at the Corvallis Municipal Airport.

EnerG2 celebrates one year

Albany's EnerG2 facility is celebrating one year of being the only manufacturing plant in the world dedicated to commercial-scale production of engineered carbon material.

Railroad tries to keep Linn County log yard open

A railroad company is asking a federal judge to keep the Linn County government from shutting a business that recently began loading logs on trains.

Timber counties seek law enforcement tax hikes

Lane, Curry and Josephine counties are asking voters to raise their taxes to restore deep cuts to law enforcement after a longstanding federal subsidy expired.

Portland getting Girl Scout cookie pop-up shop

The Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington are opening a pop-up shop in downtown Portland to sell their trademark cookies.

Home builder offers energy efficiency guarantee

Oregon home builder Stone Bridge Homes Northwest is offering to guarantee low yearly energy costs for new homeowners due to its high energy efficiency standards.