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A new assessment says the city could have better handled a water crisis this summer, but it still did a lot right. [Read More]
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In a lawsuit filed in April, the county argued that Oregon's marijuana laws violate federal law, and should be scotched. [Read More]
Since 2010, one Portland attorney has used public records requests to give his clients a glimpse of upcoming bills in the Oregon Legislature. But this... [Read More]
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OPB news director Anna Griffin and political reporters Lauren Dake and Dirk VanderHart explore the tricky intersection of sports, celebrity and politics on this week's... [Read More]
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Portland won't changing anti-camping policy, Local News, Portland local News, Breaking News alerts for Portland city. [Read More]
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Portland officials say the city's controversial ordinance outlawing camping on public property isn't going anywhere. [Read More]
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Algae isn't just causing swimmers' itch anymore; it's threatening water supplies. State regulations are starting to address it. [Read More]
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A 35-page document filed Friday also seeks to rebuff claims that legislators allowed a culture of sexual harassment. [Read More]
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Southwest Washington's teachers are on strike, and almost half of Oregon's sheriff's despise one of the country's oldest sanctuary laws. [Read More]
A group affiliated with the Republican Governors Association just dropped more than $300,000 on ads to help the Republican Oregon gubernatorial candidate — and says... [Read More]
The latest estimates show taxpayers could be getting $686 million back in "kicker" payments. [Read More]
Brown's opponent, state Rep. Knute Buehler, received the same amount from Nike co-founder Phil Knight last year. [Read More]
Portland lawyer Jill Gibson says Brown and unions violated election law. She won't say who hired her to file the complaint. [Read More]
In a letter sent Friday, an attorney for the Legislature objects to subpoenas from the Bureau of Labor and Industry. [Read More]
A U.S. House candidate's entire campaign staff resigns. A state House candidate ignores calls from his own party to step aside. And the president of... [Read More]
State of Safety was born out of an unsuccessful effort to create new gun controls. The group says it can reframe Oregon's debate on firearms. [Read More]
President Donald Trump recently laid into Wheeler's response to the protest. Two Republican senators are calling on the mayor to resign. [Read More]
Click here to view this image from www.heraldandnews.com. [Read More]
Brown brokered a deal between union officials and large corporations. Justice officials say there's no evidence of criminality. [Read More]
Dian Rubanoff strenuously denies allegations she gave interns incorrect advice about their ability to sue the Legislature over claims of sexual harassment. [Read More]
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