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Drug decriminalization, a cigarette tax increase and limits on political campaign financing are on a historically short list of ballot measures that will go before voters in the Nov. 3 election.

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Oregon’s COVID-19 infection rate is rising so fast that unless checked, businesses may have to close again and reopening schools this fall could be jeopardized, top state officials said Wednesday.

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Threemile Canyon Farms was one of three dairies nationwide recognized for Outstanding Dairy Farm Sustainability at the ninth annual U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards. Winners were chosen in Apr…

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SALEM — The Oregon Legislature convened a special session on Wednesday, June 24, amid a worldwide pandemic that has killed over 475,000 people — nearly a quarter of them in the United States.

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UMATILLA COUNTY — Another 34 cases of COVID-19 were reported by the Oregon Health Authority in Umatilla County on Sunday, June 21, bringing the county total to 268 cases. 

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SALEM — All but five of the 27 men on death row have been transferred out of the unit, many into the general population at the Oregon State Penitentiary, and several, including father-son bank…

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Whether lawmakers went too far last year in changing the public-pension system to reduce its future obligations is now in the hands of the Oregon Supreme Court.

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SALEM — Bills to tighten the accountability of police after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis would lead a list of about two dozen action items proposed for a special session of the Ore…

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Oregon legislators will begin to review Gov. Kate Brown’s proposed spending cuts, hear what the public has to say about them, and come up with their own plans.

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College life will look a lot different when students return to school in the fall, with students being asked to stay 6 feet apart and many traditional campus activities off limits.

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The nine minority-group members of the Oregon Legislature will promote bills to tighten the accountability of police after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the subsequent protests …

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Nearly three months into Oregon’s coronavirus outbreak, the state’s weekly jobs numbers show that far fewer workers are losing their jobs and tens of thousands of laid-off Oregonians are being…

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Oregon reported a new record for COVID-19 infections on Thursday, June 10, as health officials cautioned the phased "reopening" of the state depended on residents not returning to pre-pandemic…

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This fall, school will look very different for Oregon students. Maybe it’ll look a lot like this spring. Maybe it’ll be more like last fall. Or very possibly, school will be somewhere in between.

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It’s bigger than some states, includes two time zones and is a bright red Republican stronghold in a deeply blue Democratic state. Oregon’s CD2 — shorthand for the 2nd Congressional District —…

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Charges of racial bias in the design of an Oregon study of COVID-19’s spread are raising questions about whether it will do anything to help Black and Latino communities, which have been among…