More than 80,000 people visited the new Cover Oregon website on its first day open.
South Korea spends more than $1 billion annually on Oregon crops, technology and other products, while Oregonians buy $1.6 billion in Korean products each year.
Supporters of the Columbia River Crossing are considering convening a special session of the Oregon Legislature.
Kaiser Permanente opened a retail site in Washington Square mall, coinciding with the launch of Cover Oregon.
In the past three months, at least four tap rooms or growler fill stations have announced plans to open in Eugene-Springfield.
The origin of the genetically engineered wheat found in an eastern Oregon field is still a mystery.
Oregon's state Legislature special session was delayed for much of its first day.