A measure to ban taxes on everything related to the sale and distribution of food would be a first in the nation.
Petitioners say they didn’t have enough time to gather the 88,184 signatures required to get
A phisher sent out 8 million spam emails from Oregon.gov and paralyzed state employees’ abili
A state senator from Dallas says the passage of a measure denying certain business owners the abilit
The department is investigating whether counties or private entities might more cheaply manage Common School Fund forest land
The Independent Party of Oregon says organizers have to invite its gubernatorial nominee, Patrick Starnes, to debates or face the consequences.
The court challenge drastically shortens the time supporters have to gather signatures to get Initiative Petition 44 on the ballot
The core network that supports 80 state agencies collapsed Saturday, June 9, and state officials still don’t know why.
A report from Save the Children places Oregon 24th among states in terms of how its rural children are faring economically
Despite robust write-in campaigns, Gov. Kate Brown and Rep. Knute Buehler have failed to cinch the Independent Party of Oregon nomination for governor.
The nomination went to Brownsville cabinetmaker Patrick Starnes, the only candidate listed as...
GOP nominee and his wife reported income of nearly $1 million and paid almost $250,000 in federal taxes in 2017.
As it works to fill 186 new jobs created by the Legislature, the child welfare division has more than 100 vacancies due to normal attrition.
The former first lady’s lawyer indicated that she plans to file bankruptcy in part to avoid paying a judgment to The Oregonian.
A solar project featuring honeybees in Oregon’s Clackamas County is being appealed by farmland conservationists.
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission voted Thursday not to “uplist” the marbled murrelet as an endangered species, apparently reversing an earlier decision by the commission in February.
The Oregon state director for the National Rifle Association and the legislative committee chair of the Oregon Hunters’ Association say the certified ballot title issued by the Attorney General’s Office doesn’t comply with state laws...
Investigators claim five merchant convictions for food stamp fraud and $525,000 in court-ordered restitution
Sweet Cakes owners were fined
The long-awaited Statewide Housing Plan is scheduled to be released by the end of this year or beginning of 2019
A case being contemplated by the U.S. Supreme Court could overturn mandatory public sector union dues, but Oregon unions think the blow could be mostly temporary
Office of Emergency Management personnel didn’t know all the steps necessary to operate the system, causing a default warning to be broadcast rather than specific water hazard alert
Liquor commission says with thousands of licenses and worker permits to renew and a steady stream of new applications that it is falling behind.
A 2013 law to increase the mandatory vaccination rate has failed to produce sustainable improvement in the number of nonmedical exemptions sought by parents and guardians
U.S. Attorney says federal resources will be focused on overproduction of cannabis, diversion across state lines and what he characterizes as threats to public health and safety posed by the drug.
An emergency rule by the Oregon Building Codes Division would have effectively shut down the building programs of dozens of smalls cities that use private inspectors.
A grocery company-backed campaign for IP 37 turned in nearly 180,000 signatures to the Secretary of State’s Office Wednesday.
Certain state agencies are exempt from laws passed in 2014-15 to require state agencies to have independent outside oversight and reporting on I.T. projects.
Changes in tax law, booming economy boost state revenues
Oregon employers report having a difficult time filling job vacancies