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Clark County has been the breeding ground for far-right activity in the Pacific Northwest. [Read More]
Democratic state representatives Diego Hernandez and Rob Nosse had previously endorsed Andrea Valderrama. [Read More]
Patriot Prayer leader Joey Gibson said he was going to show up at the protest camp Friday evening. [Read More]
Charges against downtown food cart operator dropped after his alleged victim agrees to civil compromise. [Read More]
Mayor Ted Wheeler is hoping the controversial proposal can "create more housing" but "without disrupting" neighborhoods. [Read More]
A Republican senator raises concerns about federal judicial nominee Ryan Bounds' racial views, causing Bounds' nomination to be pulled from the Senate floor just prior... [Read More]
Until now, cannabis company merch meant beer cozies and lighter leashes emblazoned with dispensary names. [Read More]
The cartoonist, who was paralyzed in a car accident at age 21, made a career of pushing buttons. [Read More]
She alleges that months of women's complaints forced the Legislative Policy and Research Office improve its pay scale for women, but not enough to enact... [Read More]
The U.S. Senate approves Portland federal prosecutor Ryan Bounds for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals vacancy. [Read More]
The Port of Portland and the environmental lobby have become unlikely allies in a sweeping plan to address Portland's traffic problems. ... [Read More]
WW spoke briefly to the famously chameleonlike performer about what drew him to Callahan, the minor controversy that followed his casting, and the Callahan cartoon... [Read More]
Blumenauer and fellow Dems rail against federal immigration policy but accomplish little. [Read More]
The city doesn't know the full amount of money it collects from people seeking records. [Read More]
In other news: Wyden takes aim at NRA, Russians... [Read More]
"Seems like an easy way to deal with the local housing shortage." [Read More]
"We challenge WW's assertion that decongestion pricing, a thoughtful and proven alternative, is an inherently regressive policy mechanism." [Read More]
The Oregon delegation says the federal agency's refusal "makes a mockery of the checks and balances envisioned in our constitution." [Read More]
That's the hot topic when citizens talk @ Ted Wheeler. [Read More]
As evidence of Russian tampering with the 2016 election emerges, Sen. Ron Wyden blasts the Trump administration for loosening the rules for shadowy political groups. [Read More]
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