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The U.S. Supreme Court has suspended proceedings in a youth-led climate case scheduled to go to trial in Eugene beginning Oct. 29. [Read More]
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What happens when you make drug possession a misdemeanor rather than a felony? New data from Oregon's Criminal Justice Commission provides some answers and more... [Read More]
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The $1 million check from Knight brings his overall contributions to Buehler $2.5 million. [Read More]
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The Trump administration is proposing to lower vehicle fuel economy standards and a loosening of power plant emissions targets. [Read More]
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Hear new songs on opbmusic including Nashville "gothic blues," a Tune-Yards remix and piano pop artist Molly Burch. [Read More]
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The pioneering Mexican band recreates the adventurous musical energy of their massive stadium shows behind Bob Boilen's desk. [Read More]
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Charles Smith says the wind was so loud during the storm, he didn't hear his Gulf View Motel's roof get ripped off. [Read More]
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Weekend Edition Puzzlemaster Will Shortz play a word game with WNYC listener John Price of Poughkeepsie, N.Y. [Read More]
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You wouldn't expect to find a roaring fire on a tiny wooden boat, but for these friends, it's the only way to get around. [Read More]
After years of sustained drought, water managers along the Colorado River system are renegotiating water cutbacks to seven Western states, hoping to avoid more drastic... [Read More]
The measure would wall off a segment of Oregon businesses from future tax increases. Advocates say it's about cheap food. Opponents say it's unnecessary and... [Read More]
The 167,000-acre fire, burning in rugged terrain between Grants Pass and Gold Beach, was dormant for weeks. But it came alive due to warm temperatures... [Read More]
Federal and state energy regulators will hold back-to-back meetings in Portland on Tuesday for a proposal to reclassify some of the high-level nuclear waste at... [Read More]
The Portland Japanese Garden is considered one of the finest examples of the art form outside Japan. [Read More]
Portland is home to one of only a handful of Chinese gardens in North America. [Read More]
Cynthia Rider, the executive director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival since 2013, will soon leave that job after an interim director is named, OSF announced Friday. [Read More]
Yelling resounded off buildings, flash-bangs blasted and the smell of pepper spray wafted through the air as the twilight march broke down into random street... [Read More]
Senate District 3 candidate Jessica Gomez and other Republican leaders have denounced a video circulating on social media as "hateful and racist." [Read More]
New poll results claim Democratic challenger Carolyn Long is leading Republican incumbent Jaime Herrera Beutler by a two-point margin, 45 to 43 percent. [Read More]
Self-Enhancement, Inc. has drawn praise for helping improve graduation rates for black students. But a legal complaint alleges sexualized behavior at the nonprofit. [Read More]
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