In addition to tolls on I-5 and I-205, the transportation commission is exploring creating a ‘seamless loop’ of tollways around the Portland area
Cornerstone Apartments, a 180-unit rent-capped development, is the first of 1,700 units statewide un
Nearly 14,000 people are considered homeless in Oregon, according to a January 2017 survey
The Oregon Department of Corrections opened the behavioral health treatment center after receiving c
In July, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services announced it would repeal an Obama administration 2014 rule that allowed states to deduct fees for “benefits customary to employees,” including union dues, directly from health...
A new report highlights continuing struggles the state faces in addressing homeless children and youth and a high rate of foster care placements
Between early 2016 and late May, state government phone systems have experienced 22 outages of some kind.
Oregon is actively trying to fill more nearly 400 of the 5,800 authorized state government positions that are vacant.
Internet service failed to support the new voice over internet protocol phones, which rely on internet to function.
A report funded by the federal government says Oregon produces more than 2 million pounds of marijuana each year, more than six times what it says can reasonably be consumed.
Labor complaint stems from allegations that sexual harassment claims were mishandled.
The Oregon Health Authority says that in the first six months of 2018, 18 percent of attempts to buy tobacco products by minors — coordinated by the agency as inspections — were successful
An opinion by Legislative Counsel differs with the interpretation of the Independent Party of Oregon, which is using the law to encourage hosts to include their gubernatorial candidate in debates.
Chief petitioners added clarification to an initiative that would require voter approval for tolling existing roadway lanes and bridges and added Rep. Julie Parrish as a chief petitioner.
California, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington are also plaintiffs in the lawsuit.
Initiative Petition 1 received enough valid signatures to ask voters whether to amend the Oregon Constitution to ban spending public funds on abortion
The federal government will reimburse the state for some of that cost, but it can take years for the reimbursements to come through
The outage of state agency web sites and phone services lasted eight hours but some web sites didn’t recover for 48 hours.
An initiative proposed for the 2020 ballot could slow efforts to toll Interstate 5 and Interstate 205 in the Portland area
Party claims GOP gubernatorial candidate’s Tualatin apartment violates Constitution’s mandate that he inhabit his Bend district.
The first public results from a survey of likely voters shows a close race between Gov. Kate Brown and Rep. Knute Buehler for the state’s highest office.
Alex DiBlasi, the Pacific Green nominee for governor, withdrew his candidacy Friday and joined the Independent Party of Oregon.
Knute Buehler and Patrick Starnes addressed the convention of the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association. Gov. Kate Brown did not attend.
The Oregon Health Authority is considering a policy to severely limit chronic pain patients’ access to opioids through the Oregon Health Plan
The GOP nominee for governor outlined some broad goals for building on Oregon’s existing health care reform
The new report, released Wednesday, examined Oregon and three other states — Michigan, Massachusetts and New York — with limits on property taxes.
Initiative Petition 22 — Stop Oregon Sanctuaries — had more than enough valid signatures to secure a place on the November
Supporters claim public employees receive greater total compensation than many private sector workers
Grocery taxes, publicly funded abortion, tax enactment restrictions and ending the state’s sanctuary law are all in the queue for the November ballot.