Oregon's medical community is scrambling to make sure there are enough doctors and health care providers available to accommodate the 400,000 uninsured Oregonians expected to get health insurance in the coming years.
Facebook's Prineville data center used 153 milllion kilowatt hours of power in 2012, more than twice what it used in 2011.
The University of Oregon released 246 pages of documents that disclose details on the 27-month investigation of the football program by the NCAA.
Homeless campers outside of Portland's City Hall are preparing for eviction as the sidewalk will be powerwashed sometime this week.
Plans to develop a Port of Portland marine terminal on West Hayden Island are moving closer, but still years away from actually happening.
After being hit hard by the recession, Eugene-based Johnson Crushers is moving into new international markets.
Oregon's labor board upheld TriMet's contract with the Amalgamated Transit Union that requires union members to pay more for their health care.