Must Reads

Investigator accuses longshore official of pouring sand in gears

An investigator for the Vancouver, Wash. United Grain terminal accuses a longshore union official of pouring sand into a gearbox as sabotage.

Oregon Senate OKs bridge bonds

The Oregon Senate approved $450 million in bonds to help pay for the proposed Columbia River Crossing.

GlobeSherpa raises $1.3M

Portland startup GlobeSherpa raised $1.3 million to help finance a national rollout of its technology that sells transit tickets via smartphones.

OSU gets new logo, uniforms

Oregon State University's athletic department unveiled its revamped brand including new patterns, fonts and a logo.

Amber Case becomes youngest Lewis and Clark board member

Lewis & Clark named 26-year-old Amber Case the youngest member of the college's board of directors.

Genetically engineered crop bills hit Oregon House

More than a dozen bills about genetically engineered crops are hitting Oregon, including banning their production or labeling food containing GE ingredients.

Oregon's prison industries need changes, report says

Oregon's prison industries operation needs changes to survive, a new Portland State University report says.