U.S. construction spending increased the most in five months, another indication of a slow housing sector recovery.
One more year of federal payments to timber counties doesn't mean that the rural counties will be able to rehire sheriff's deputies and others that have already been laid off.
Eugene-Springfield business owners kept their expectations down after disappointing sales at the last Olympic Trials, but were pleasantly surprised by increases in business this time around.
Nike's fourth-quarter profit unexpectedly declined for the first time since 2009.
The City of Prineville adopted a $25 million budget, $7 million less than last fiscal year.
A group of fungi in Oregon's forests evolved to digest wood, offering promise for biofuels and even to clean up environmental contamination.
Oregon's first geothermal plant near Vale is set to start generating electricity this summer.