By Joanna M. Foster on July 17, 2014
Persistent hot and dry conditions have mixed with windy weather and lightening strikes to intensify dozens of wildfires burning across the Northwest.
By Aviva Shen on July 8, 2014
Could a small state experiment solve our privacy problems and our infrastructure crisis?
By Travis Waldron on June 24, 2014
One of them was accused at sexual assault at a different school.
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By Katie Valentine on June 10, 2014
A confidentiality notice would stipulate that route information is only provided to emergency responders on a need-to-know basis.
By Christie Thompson on June 8, 2014
Less than 20 miles from the country's most bike-friendly city, cops allegedly beat and tasered a man they pulled over for "bicycle violations."
By Zack Ford on May 19, 2014
And Oregon makes 18.
By Zack Ford on May 12, 2014
After losing a battle over its language, the Oregon Family Council has abandoned a campaign to allow anti-gay discrimination on the grounds of "religious freedom."
By Tom Kenworthy on April 30, 2014
Even as a climate change stalemate persists in Washington, D.C., the other Washington is embarking on a broad-based effort to reduce carbon pollution and expand the use of clean energy.
By Carimah Townes on April 3, 2014
One candidate in Oregon's gubernatorial race proves she's out of touch with public opinion on marriage equality.
By Alan Pyke on March 14, 2014
Oregon will spend $2 million to preserve 28 times as much money in food stamp benefits.