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SALEM — The Capitol became a place without Republicans on Tuesday, an extraordinary act of defiance of the control by Democrats.

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A dock in Astoria for the historic yacht El Primero collapsed Sunday amid stormy weather, leaving the vessel cut off from land and boat owner Christian Lint scrambling to prevent debris from r…

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Two Clatsop County commissioners announced their opposition to cap and trade as state Senate Republicans boycotted a floor session in Salem to block a vote on the bill.

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PacifiCorp wants to increase residential electric rates by 1.6% starting next year to support a transition toward more renewable energy, along with other investments in wildfire protection, cy…

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Authorities are investigating a fire that destroyed an RV and garage Thursday afternoon in Seaside. 

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The Astoria City Council on Tuesday approved a 15-year tax break for Fort George Brewery, which is redeveloping the former Astoria Warehousing near Uniontown to use for brewing, canning and di…

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The Astoria City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to uphold the denial of a Grocery Outlet over concerns about whether a new store would fit on a constrained, triangular lot off Marine Drive.

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State Sen. Betsy Johnson blasted what she described as a last-minute suggestion to amend the cap-and-trade bill to benefit pulp and paper mills.

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No. 10 Medical Ventures, owners of the new kidney dialysis center being built at Sixth Street and Marine Drive, has sold the development for $4.4 million to a family trust as the project nears…

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WARRENTON — Nobody in Warrenton seems to like a mostly unenforced city code requiring apartments to have carports.

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Sport fishermen will get a slightly bigger cut of the spring Chinook run this year as Oregon and Washington state work to keep regulations the same for both sides of the Columbia River.

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A group that wants to bring back wild sea otters to the Oregon Coast is taking a big step forward. The federal government has awarded them a grant to launch a feasibility study for a possible …

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In observance of Presidents Day on Monday, all federal, state, county and city offices and services, including Astoria, Warrenton, Gearhart, Seaside and Cannon Beach city halls, are closed. Al…

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After nearly a month on the bench, Beau Peterson is settling in as the new Clatsop County Circuit Court judge .

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SALEM — Lawmakers have changed the plan to cut back on the state’s greenhouse gas emissions to ease the impact on rural Oregon and adopt elements proposed by #TimberUnity.