As officials prepare more than 2 million ballots, it doesn’t hurt to double-check to make sure you’re registered
A complaint by the Democratic Party of Oregon against Lou Ogden, a Republican seeking election as no
Opinions by the Oregon Department of Justice and Legislative Counsel indicate many small cities may
Delay should not impact refunds
Joint Committee on Student Success visits Eastern Oregon next on its statewide search for best education practices. The committee plans to visit a total of 10 cities around Oregon before proposing legislation aimed at improving the state’s public...
Lawmakers want a report on possible care changes by mid-September
Buehler has declined invitations for most county-level public forums and debates for the GOP nomination for governor
President Trump reportedly made a deal with a Colorado senator to protect the legal cannabis industry there, but it’s not clear whether it extends to Oregon
The country’s state pension funds reported a $1.4 trillion deficit in 2016, up $295 billion from 2015, according to a study released Thursday by Pew’s Public Sector Retirement Systems Project.
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife released its 2017 Wolf Conservation and Management Annual Report on Thursday.
The Oregon Department of Transportation will hold open houses on five tolling options during the rest of the month.
Former legislator Mark Johnson of Hood River said he was ‘shocked’ and ‘deeply disappointed’ by group’s decision to push for his resignation.
The Cleaner Air Oregon bill will provide residents more information about the health risks of industrial air emissions
Oregon and Washington’s new laws could be the beginning of a patchwork of internet laws throughout the nation after the FCC’s decision to repeal net neutrality in December
Administrators and legislators say next CIO will face challenges updating state’s aging technology.
A report by Disability Rights Oregon shows inmates in the Behavioral Health Unit at Oregon State Penitentiary spend an average of about 23 hours a day in isolation.
Brown says she wants to help small businesses, but critics contend session has more to do with politics than policy
A review shows where winners bought their tickets and how they chose numbers
Governor says she wants to extend special tax rates available to other small business owner to sole proprietorships
Revenue Department employee uploaded spreadsheets containing names, addresses and social security numbers of at least 15,300 Oregonians to his personal cloud storage account.
State Reps. Susan McLain of Hillsboro and Teresa Alonso Leon of Woodburn plan to hear from dreamers and their families and to provide a panel of experts to answer questions.
Measures would have made it easier for Legislature to pass tax increases as counter to rival that would make tax changes more difficult
Sen. Brian Boquist says Senate Bill 1528 could be the ideal test case to gain clarity on the definition of a revenue -raising measure.
The Oregon Court of Appeals has ruled farmland dwellings can be rebuilt even if they were demolished longer than five years ago, reversing a
The Independent Party of Oregon has opened it’s primary to non affiliated voters, but those voters won’t receive a traditional reminder from the Secretary of State’s Office in the mail this year.
Colello, 57, of Salem accepted $300,000 in bribes to participate in a money laundering scheme and defrauded the IRS
State and local governments in Oregon are helping to verify addresses and the state will hire a temporary employee to coordinate statewide efforts.
States fight the Trump administration in court
The measure would require that a person who owns or possesses a firearm to ‘secure the firearm with a trigger or cable lock engaged or in a locked container equipped with a tamper-resistant lock’