94,000 Cylvia Hayes emails released by governor's office

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Emails provide a glimpse into the public life of the former first lady.

 

Port of Portland set to lose a major client, again

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Hapang-Lloyd halts scheduling stops at Terminal 6.

 

Jaguar Land Rover to hire 50 in Portland

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British carmaker will launch an "innovation incubator" to expand its research and development scope.

 

Portland workers bring home less money after taxes

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Study tracks how much a worker in different cities would bring home from a $45,000 salary.

 

Oregon wines will continue to fly for free on Alaska Airlines flights

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Alaska Airlines, Oregon Wine Board and Travel Oregon extend Oregon Wines Fly Free program through 2017.

 

Oregon receives wildfire insurance offer

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Firefighting costs are expected to increase drastically under $25 million policy.

 

Oregon Legislature looks to bring sex laws into 21st century

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Several sexual assault, revenge porn bills, under consideration in Salem.

 
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