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SALEM — The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries sent out a reminder Friday that amid business closures and layoffs, employees are still owed their wages.

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SALEM — If state officials lifted the range of measures they have taken to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, an estimated 15,000 Oregonians could be sickened by the virus by May 8, accor…

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PORTLAND — People concerned about a cough or fever can soon call an Oregon Health & Science University COVID-19 hotline that doctors hope will help people figure out what’s going on and re…

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown said the far-reaching executive order she issued this week should not stop immediate families from motoring for relaxation or driving to a trailhead, as long as they ma…

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SALEM — Oregonians now have until July 15 to file and pay their 2019 state personal or business income taxes. But any quarterly payments for 2020 still will be due April 15.

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SALEM — The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services issued a temporary emergency order on Wednesday requiring all insurance companies to extend grace periods for premium payments, …

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown on Monday directed most Oregonians to stay home except for getting groceries, going to work or handling important activities that cannot wait.

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PORTLAND — For 30 years, Susan Mayea ran Park Place Gifts and Jewelry in downtown Portland. She’s 70 now and lives with her husband in the Mt. Tabor neighborhood.

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The Astoria City Council on Sunday voted to ban visitors from staying in hotels and other commercial lodging to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

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SALEM — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is working on a multipronged mandate to slow the spread of coronavirus, but she is not expected to issue the full-fledged “stay-at-home” order that Portland-area…

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SALEM — Portland moved closer to ordering most residents to stay home, so as to slow the spread of coronavirus, but Gov. Kate Brown is holding off on a statewide order.

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SALEM — While some states are postponing their primary elections, Oregon Secretary of State Bev Clarno announced on Thursday that the state’s May 19 primary will proceed as scheduled.

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SALEM — The Oregon Association of Hospitals and Health Systems has called on Gov. Kate Brown to issue a shelter-in-place order requiring most businesses to close and require Oregonians to hunk…

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PORTLAND — COVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll from this virus to three, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.

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SALEM — The U.S. government is rushing protective equipment to states, packing dozens of flights and hundreds of trucks with supplies for medical workers who will be on the front lines of the …

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UMATILLA COUNTY — As the coronavirus pandemic bleeds from a public health crisis into an economic one, Eastern Oregon cities and utility providers are grappling with how to relieve the financi…