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Eugene businesses hopeful for Olympic Track and Field Trials

The last time the Olympic Track and Field Trials came to Eugene, nearby businesses prepared for a windfall of customers that never came.

Widespread abuse at Oregon women's prison

The Coffee Creek Correctional Facility is the site of multiple sex abuse claims since 2002.

Portland foreclosures hanging over market

One in eight Portland-area foreclosed homes aren't listed for sale, a move by banks to keep home values up.

Farmers markets expand

Twenty years ago Oregon hosted 10 farmers markets, a number which today has grown to 118.

Lawmaker proposes mascot exceptions

Opponents of a proposal to ban American Indian names and images from high school mascots support Rep. Sherrie Sprenger's idea to allow waivers.

PEAK Internet focuses on controlled growth


Originally created as OSU's in-house email network, PEAK Internet provides Internet, business and technical support to many clients.

Consumer spending slows

Americans increased spending more slowly in March, indicating that many are worried about the economy.