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Oregon Senate President wants to put off CRC vote

Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney wants the Legislature to put off a vote on the Columbia River Crossing until February, instead of calling another special session.

House flipping profitable in Portland

More than 400 homes were flipped in the third quarter of last year in Portland, meaning they were bought and resold within six months.

Tektronix revenues fall

Tektronix revenues fell again last quarter, according to financial results from parent company Danaher Corp.

TriMet works on funding plan for CRC

TriMet is filing paperwork for its share of the Columbia River Crossing, even though the project has stalled at a state level.

Intel won't say when OnCue will be released

Intel is silent on the status of the upcoming video device called OnCue.

Changing demographics affecting food choices

As immigrant and minority populations increase in America, the foods we eat are changing rapidly.

Companies sue to lift logging ban

Three timber companies filed a lawsuit to lift a logging ban in national forests from the federal government's shutdown.