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Pendleton gets Portland developer to help with apartment shortage

The city of Pendleton gave a Portland developer 12 acres of land to build an 80-unit development to deal with a local apartment shortage.

Coos Bay redoing wireless network

Coos Bay's wireless network is getting an upgrade by late April.

Oregon gets more time for casino plan

The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs granted Oregon an extra 60 days to comment on the Coquille Indian Tribe's proposed Medford casino.

Portland works to fix $25M budget shortfall

Portland Mayor Charlie Hales is working with his staff to find solutions to the city's $25 million general fund budget shortfall.

Kitzhaber goes pro-EV

Gov. Kitzhaber formalized his support of Oregon's pro-electric vehicle efforts.

Call center bringing 350 jobs to Eugene

Sykes Enterprises has leased a space in downtown Eugene where it will provide third-party phone services.

Telemarketers get most consumer complaints

The Oregon Department of Justice released its top 10 consumer complaints for 2012, and telemarketers topped the list for the second year in a row.