Paramedics turn to expired drugs

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Manufacturing delays and industry changes have forced paramedics in many jurisdictions to turn to expired medications.

 

Housing demand outpaces supply in June

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With the housing market stabilizing, Oregon buyers waiting for the market to bottom out are now preparing to buy.

 

Downtown Portland beach proposed

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A Portland man has filed a petition with the Parks Department to establish a beach at the Hawthorne Bowl on Portland's waterfront.

 

Intel parking garage plans irk neighbors

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Intel wants to build the largest parking garage in Hillsboro for its D1X research factory but didn't inform the nearby 160 households.

 

OSU researchers study threat to coral reefs

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Oregon State University Researchers are studying two viruses that are affecting coral reef ecosystems globally.

 

Portland Smart Park rates up 40%

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Downtown Portland Smart Park garage rates raised this month to match city meter rates for the first four hours.

 

Economic growth slow, Fed chief says

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The Federal Reserve is trying to keep the economy on a path toward recovery, said a Fed bank chief in Portland.

 
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