PORTLAND — The overwhelming majority of students at Oregon’s largest public university spend more than four years getting a degree. The results are more debt and fewer seats in prerequisite classes.
MEDFORD (AP) — For the first time since seismic equipment was installed at Crater Lake National Park in 2001, three tiny earthquakes have been recorded.
GRANTS PASS (AP) — The Oregon Health Authority will be paying less attention to toxic algae blooms in rivers and lakes after a federal grant expired.
PORTLAND (AP) — A pro-marijuana group has filed an initiative that seeks to legalize pot in Oregon.
Study says polarization resulted from manufacturing downsizing
PRINEVILLE, Ore. (AP) — Workers are removing a dam that began when, more than a century ago, a Central Oregon homesteader dumped rocks and logs into a river to divert water to his pasture.
PORTLAND (AP) — The Oregon Transportation Department has turned to rocks — really big rocks — in its latest effort to eliminate a longstanding homeless camp under a section of Interstate 205 in Portland.
PORTLAND — Aerial surveillance conducted by a multi-agency team led investigators to the Portland man accused of aiming a laser pointer at two commercial airliners, according to an FBI affidavit unsealed Thursday.
SALEM (AP) — The message came during dinner, delivered by one of the nurses who was traveling with the group of local World War II veterans.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Oregon-based Reser’s Fine Foods is recalling pre-packaged products that may be contaminated with Listeria.
PORTLAND — The Oregon Court of Appeals says that officers had enough cause — a spike in electric bills and observation of comings and goings — to get a warrant to search a home suspected of being an illegal pot growing site.
Memorandum aims to help increase electric cars
HILLSBORO (AP) — In a windowless lab at its Hillsboro campus, Intel scientists are brewing foul air so they can study the effects of air pollution on the innards of computers — a step toward figuring out how to protect electronics in markets such as India and China that have big pollution problems and the potential for big sales growth.
SEATTLE (AP) — Washington state’s attorney general said Tuesday he will still seek penalties against a food industry group that recently identified donors who contributed money to oppose a food labeling initiative.
SEATTLE (AP) — A tentative agreement has been reached in contract negotiations that brought 21,000 Puget Sound-area grocery store workers to the brink of a strike against four major chains, spokesmen for both sides said Monday evening.
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