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BEND — Two filmmakers are putting the finishing touches on their full-length documentary about Bend being home to the last Blockbuster in the world.

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SALEM — Supporters of a petition to recall Gov. Kate Brown came up short of the signatures needed for a ballot challenge, Oregon Republican Party Chair Bill Currier said Monday.

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PORTLAND — To combat rising obesity rates among children, experts say healthy eating habits are key. One program aiming to put kids on track for healthier food choices is Food Roots in Tillamo…

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SALEM — They were busy this summer, showing up in places like the state fair, brew fests and libraries.

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SALEM — Oregon’s Liquor Control Commission and the Oregon Health Authority on Friday, Oct. 11, rolled out a ban on the sale of all flavored cannabis and nicotine vaping products in response to…

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PORTLAND — Researchers looking into what’s injuring people who vape have been focused on oil coating the lungs, a form of pneumonia. Now another problem is surfacing: lungs that look like they…

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In the 2019 ODFW hunting regulations, a quarter-mile-wide no-hunting buffer around the perimeter of Wallowa Lake was removed. Residents and business owners have expressed concern that hunting …

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SALEM — The two Oregon agencies charged with setting up rules to ban flavored vaping products said they’ll be ready by the end of the week.

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Looking out at an expansive meadow in Oregon’s Blue Mountains, local cattleman Loren Stout sees not an idyllic landscape but an “environmental disaster.”

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SALEM — As the state rolls out the next phase of its coordinated care system, 350,000 Oregon Health Plan members will have a choice of coverage plans for the first time.

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SALEM — The former human resources director for the Oregon Legislature was paid nearly $100,000 to work from home for the first eight months of 2019 after she agreed to a quiet exit last fall …

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SALEM — The 2019 fire season officially came to an end Tuesday on all lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry. The 923 wildfires on ODF-protected lands this year is about average.

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SALEM — A looming strike by thousands of workers at Oregon’s seven public universities, including Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, has been avoided after the workers settled with manage…

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SALEM — The Governor’s Council on Wildfire Response said Thursday, Sept. 26, that the state needs to update its firefighting priorities and techniques to deal with future conflagrations.

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PORTLAND — Vaping products, one of the fastest-growing segments of the legal marijuana industry, have taken a hit from consumers as public health experts scramble to determine what’s causing a…

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SALEM — After two wildfire-filled seasons, Oregonians got a break this summer.

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Oregon FFA has hired Leila Graves as the association's first career development coordinator, working with both agriculture teachers and industry professionals to ensure career development even…

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PORTLAND — Pamplin Media, publisher of the Portland Tribune and several community papers, notified employees this week that the company is cutting their hours and pay. It’s the latest in a ser…

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PORTLAND — In 2011, Cathy Markin, a lung doctor at Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital in Portland, had a 42-year-old patient who came to her with serious breathing problems. She had suffered from …

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SALEM — Carol Manstrom says she lost her 18-year-old son when he grabbed his father’s unsecured pistol and shot himself. Paul Kemp lost his brother-in-law when a man opened fire with a stolen …

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THE DALLES, Ore. — Oregon transportation officials have authorized the first round of funding for two truck-to-rail intermodal facilities intended to boost the efficient shipping of farm products.

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown will not call a special session to change a controversial bill limiting the state’s death penalty before the law takes effect on Sept. 29.

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SALEM — A newly revived committee in the Oregon House is taking a deep dive into water issues, potentially creating opportunities and worries for the state’s irrigators.

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The tropical Pacific Ocean probably won't be particularly warm or cool this winter, climatologists said Thursday, depriving forecasters of their best clue to how much snow will pile up in the …

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SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown’s top lawyer said Tuesday he is turning down a plum judicial post after an outgoing state advocate for government transparency said he tried to exert undue influence ov…