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People flocked to Oregon’s first-ever marijuana growers’ fair on Saturday where a competition for best pot plants was being held, with the winners to be displayed at the Oregon State Fair.
An administrative law judge in Oregon on Friday found that state regulators acted within their authority when they rejected a proposed coal terminal on the Columbia River that would funnel millions of tons of American coal to power-hungry Asia each year.
A federal judge says it will take him several weeks to decide whether to dismiss a lawsuit filed against the University of Oregon by three former UO basketball players.
Oregon standoff defendant Ryan Bundy was involved in an altercation with deputies Tuesday when he refused to be handcuffed for transport, authorities said.
A 59-year-old man has filed a $22 million lawsuit against Oregon Health & Science University and one of its surgeons, alleging he was left paralyzed when the doctor twice dropped a surgical instrument on his spinal cord during an operation.
Portland police say a pedestrian died and another was injured when they were struck by a vehicle just east of the Highway 26 tunnel.
The Oregon Zoo has released the last batch of its zoo-raised Oregon silverspot butterflies into the wild as it winds up a summer program aimed at boosting the numbers of the once-common yellow-and-black butterfly in coastal habitats.
Authorities have identified the remains of four people who perished in a motel fire in Newport, Oregon.
Pat O’Donnell of Prairie Falls Golf Course recently won the amateur division of the Wildhorse Senior Oregon Open in Pendleton.
A federal judge said in court papers that he has allowed six of the defendants accused in the armed occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge earlier this year to meet with their attorneys – and sometimes with each other – at a special courthouse location after they complained about their ability to prepare for trial from a county jail.
Campaign officials said that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will be traveling to the Pacific Northwest within the next month for rallies and fundraisers.
Logan Brown-Fletcher and Amber Hills, 19-year-old high school sweethearts and first-time parents from Newberg, Oregon, welcomed identical girl triplets Raelyn, Avery and Elaina on Monday. Their neonatologist, Dr. Craig Novack, told The Oregonian/OregonLive that identical triplets are so rare he’s only seen one other set in his 22-year career.
The Oregon Zoo has taken in a 2-month-old bobcat kitten that was removed from the wild near Eagle Point, Oregon by well-intentioned but misguided humans.
Oregon’s bottle deposit will soon go from a nickel to a dime, an effort to raise redemption rates that have sagged in recent years.
A pastor in an affluent suburb of Portland may have run afoul of Oregon law when he transferred an AR-15 assault rifle that he won in a softball league raffle to a gun-owning friend for safekeeping without performing a background check.
Drinking water has been shut off at two Medford schools after officials said tests revealed it contained too much lead.
A ferry that once plied the Columbia River between Astoria and Washington state will soon be back in service as a tourist attraction.
Authorities found the wreckage of a small medical transport plane with four people aboard and confirmed at least two deaths Friday after the pilot reported smoke filling the cockpit and a search started across a densely forested mountain range in Northern California.
After a series of hostile threats this year, state officials have increased Gov. Kate Brown’s security detail.
A federal appeals court has upheld the Interior Department’s decision to grant a reservation to the Cowlitz Tribe in southwestern Washington, rejecting efforts to block the construction of a $510 million casino and resort on the land.