Oregon saw its subsidized passenger train ridership plummet in December following a fatal train derailment south of Tacoma Dec. 18.
In the current two-year state budget, Oregon expects to bring in about $21.8 billion in federal funds.
Oregon is one of 21 states challenging FCC’s decision to repeal net neutrality.
Legislators propose broadening the tax base to pay for rising Oregon Health Plan costs.
Oregon emergency alerts are written at the time of specific events and must be authenticated by a supervisor before being sent.
An Oregon Transportation Commission advisory committee will hold public hearings on tolling I-5 and I-205.
Peter Courtney said 1990s tax measures make improving graduation rate particularly daunting.
Williams said that he wants to host a summit among law enforcement and other groups to share information about the state’s problems to “inform our federal enforcement strategy.”
State economists are unsure how changes in federal corporate tax provisions will affect revenues coming to the state.
Democrat’s bill would effectively remove Secretary of State Dennis Richardson’s designee as non-voting member from the board.
Secretary of State Dennis Richardson said he will hold off implementing rule changes allowing petitioners to collect signatures before ballot description is finalized.
The governor has released five proposals ahead of next month’s short session of the Oregon Legislature.
The first draft of a bill that would tax carbon emissions to benefit projects to reduce the release of greenhouse gases.
Oregon officials say they’ll fight to protect state-regulated cannabis businesses from federal prosecution, but offer no strategies.
The complaint alleges the changes by Secretary of State Dennis Richardson violate state law and the Oregon Constitution.
Commission finds former first lady used her public position to wind a paid fellowship and several consulting contracts.
Oregon elected officials are critical of the attorney general’s reversal of Obama-era policies on recreational marijuana.
The information, including the individuals’ names and Social Security numbers, was compromised on Nov. 3 through a phishing attack.
Investigators with the Oregon Ethics Commission and the state Department of Justice outlined their findings in an ethics investigation report, released early Wednesday.
Nearly a quarter of DEQ’s air quality permit renewals have been behind schedule in the last decade. The department can’t quantify the size of the inspection backlog.
SALEM — Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Adrienne Nelson will be the first African-American to serve on the Oregon Supreme Court.
Gov. Kate Brown announced Tuesday that she has appointed Nelson to succeed Justice Jack L. Landau, who...
From higher gas taxes to more bottles redeemable for a deposit, here are some highlights of new laws that take effect on New Year’s Day in Oregon.
Oregon’s Court of Appeals affirms that the bakery’s owners violated gay couple’s civil rights and a state law that businesses not discriminate based on sexual orientation.
Jennifer “Jenni” Neahring would be one of two women in the pool of several Democrats lining up to try to unseat the 10-term U.S. representative.
From stricter distracted driving laws to minimum wage increases, some of Oregon’s hundreds of new laws were more palpable than others.
January election issue could impact how Oregon finances its share of the Medicaid bill.