The old saying "not to decide is to decide" played out Tuesday in Oregon's races for governor and Congress.
Gov. Kate Brown has called a special session of the Oregon Legislature to extend temporary protections against eviction for tenants awaiting rental assistance.
SALEM — Oregon's Environmental Quality Commission, a governor-appointed panel, has approved the Clean Trucks Rule, a mandate aimed at cutting emissions by requiring production of cleaner trucks.
As the executive director of Oregon Tradeswomen, Kelly Kupcak wants to see other women — and people of color — have the same opportunities for apprenticeships that helped her raise two sons as a union heavy equipment operator.
Nicholas Kristof's relationships formed over decades as a journalist are showing up in a strong wave of "red letter" giving to his campaign for governor of Oregon.
Up, in, around or out?
Long-delayed campaigns for the 2022 Oregon Legislature were given a green light on Monday by the state Supreme Court.
Betsy Johnson's independent candidacy for governor flexed its fundraising muscle on Thursday, filing a state report that it has $2.3 million on hand for the 2022 race.
Oregon's state coffers continue to add personal and corporate income taxes at a record pace, state economists told lawmakers, although there are other signs that pace will slow soon.
Gas prices are up. They're about to get even higher.
Some see it as an equity issue, allowing people with child care and other challenges to make a run for public office. Ward 5’s Charlyn Ellis prefers the issue go to the voters.
Last summer's triple-digit temperatures proved to be one of the deadliest recorded natural disasters in Oregon's history.
U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, fresh from a global climate-change conference in Scotland, says the federal government will have to do more to avert the natural disasters posed by worsening wildfires, floods and heat waves.
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Oregon gubernatorial candidate Jessica Gomez will be speaking in Albany on Wednesday morning, Nov. 17 as part of the Linn County Republican Women’s monthly gathering.
Two-term Corvallis Mayor Biff Traber will not seek a third term.
Gov. Kate Brown said Friday, Nov. 12 that she is considering calling a special session of the Oregon Legislature to extend legal protections for tenants at risk of eviction while they wait for emergency rental assistance.
With so many twists and turns to the saga, officials are fed up with waiting.
The 2022 election campaign received a jolt of political adrenaline on Monday as former New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof reported more than $1 million in contributions for his bid for Oregon governor.
Oregon will likely file a claim on its one-of-a-kind wildfire insurance policy with Lloyd's of London.
Oregon can expect to receive over $1.6 billion in additional federal dollars for infrastructure investments under the $1.2 trillion public works bill approved by Congress late Friday, Nov. 5.
Linn County is backing out of a deal to buy the former U.S. Bank building in downtown Albany.
Here's what happened after a four-plus hour hearing on Tuesday evening.
Benton County is closing in on sites and specifics for its justice improvement project.
The meeting situation in Corvallis is starting to loosen up a bit. Since the March 2020 COVID-fueled lockdown the only groups that have met consistently have been the City Council, the Planning Commission, the Budget Commission and the Historic Resources Commission.
Although there were no action items on the agenda devoted to the topic, homelessness remained the main topic for discussion at Monday night’s Corvallis City Council meeting.