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After settling with six workers, Daimler sued by four African Americans for racial discrimination

Two current and two former employees seek a total of $9.5 million in damages one month after the company agreed to a record settlement for similar allegations.

Vaccination news: Controversial researcher to testify in Salem

The scientist who found the since debunked autism-vaccination link will testify before the state legislature.

Transportation, ethics bills proposed

State legislators mull proposals aimed at improving the state's infrastructure, public record laws.

Medford-based auto retailer has record-breaking 4Q

Lithia Motors reported all-time highs for the fourth quarter, 2014 adjusted net income.

Clean Fuels program could be signed by Gov. Brown next week

Speaker Tina Kotek writes a letter insisting the program will move to the House floor despite Republicans' protests.

OSP investigates leaked Kitzhaber emails

A pair of workers are on administrative leave as a result of leaked correspondence that may have violated attorney-client privilege.

Despite deal, Port of Portland terminal operator says union not producing fast enough

While much of the West Coast got back to work, squabbling between labor and management continued at Terminal 6 in Portland.