Women's March challenges Right to Life rally in Portland

Portland Tribune - News
The protesters gathered downtown Saturday, Jan. 19 in opposition to gendered oppression.

Oregon lawmakers find Trump at fault for federal shutdown

Portland Tribune - News
Reps. Suzanne Bonamici, Earl Blumenauer and Sen. Ron Wyden blast president at Oregon Food Bank.

Parks district to push for affordable housing

Portland Tribune - News
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation has included affordable housing among its legislative priorities.

Jennifer Brownlee to train for Happy Valley office

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley€„¢s Traffic & Public Safety Committee member is applying for vacant seat on City Council

Brown: 'Together we can build a better Oregon'

Portland Tribune - News
Governor urges lawmakers to find solutions to tough issues of homelessness and climate change

Kotek says schools, housing among her top priorities

Lake Oswego Review - News
House Speaker tells Willamette Women Democrats that Oregon will be a 'beacon of hope'

Three weeks into shutdown, state government weathering the…

Portland Tribune - News
Deep impacts could mean future funding for welfare programs and some state agencies is uncertain

Decades later, Courtney rolls out another DUI threshold…

Portland Tribune - News
Senate President wants to lower blood alcohol content to .05, but he might have a tough fight on his hands.

Legislative leaders hope to settle BOLI harassment complaint

Portland Tribune - News
A mediator could host meetings as lawmakers get a headstart on workplace reforms to head off future problems

State law shields some doctors from scrutiny

Portland Tribune - News
Legislators put little teeth into a 2018 law that requires doctors to register for a program that monitors drug prescriptions

Portland officials: New earthquake signs not a lien

Portland Tribune - News
Bureau of Development Services pushes back after City Hall protesters slam unreinforced masonry rule

MacLaren takes STEPS to cool down young offenders

Portland Tribune - News
Under the old system, incarcerated youth would be locked away; a new process lets them gradually release their emotions.

Cooper moves to council's top spot

Gresham Outlook - News
Recently elected members join incumbents on Fairview City Council for start of new year.

Occupy Portland activist Cameron Whitten to lead Q Center

Portland Tribune - News
The 2012 Portland mayoral candidate talks next steps after leaving tour company Know Your City.

Wyden: Let politicians use campaign funds for cybersecurity

Portland Tribune - News
FEC agrees to Oregon senator's request, as dangers of hacking are highlighted around the world

Multnomah County leaders throw dance party at the dais

Portland Tribune - News
'Run the World (Girls)' by Beyonce was blasted in support of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

Portland mayor's chief of staff Michael Cox resigns

Portland Tribune - News
The letter of resignation follows the discloure of Cox's City Hall affair about two weeks ago.

BOLI: Legislative leaders failed to curb harassment

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Detailed report points to an atmosphere of fear that cast a pall over lawmakers and legislative staff.

Oregon 15th state most affected by federal shutdown

Portland Tribune - News
WalletHub study says Oregon most affected because it has the fourth highest percent of residents receiving food stamps.

Sherwood resident at center of health care battles

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Patrick Allen of Sherwood runs the Oregon Health Authority; he's expecting a hectic legislative session.

'Tireless leader' Hardesty takes her seat on City Council

Portland Tribune - News
City's first elected African-American woman says 'this is where it starts.'

DAs sometimes make 'in the public interest' expensive

Portland Tribune - News
A TOUGH LESSON: County prosecutors have the power to impose steep fees when people want to see public documents.

County prosecutor blasts student's records request as 'spam'

Portland Tribune - News
A TOUGH LESSON: Email exchange shows Clatsop County DA's reluctance to provide public information to UO student.

Public agencies face uphill climb to hire top talent

Portland Tribune - News
Public entities struggle to attract, keep employees in jobs no longer seen as desirable

New bridge honors longtime Tualatin mayor Lou Ogden

Portland Tribune - News
The $3 million bridge spans Hedges Creek, paid for through Traffic Impact Fees and Transportation Development Taxes

DAs often stumble on records rule delays

Portland Tribune - News
Requests for public documents to all 36 Oregon district attorneys a mixed bag when it came to following the law.

Are Oregon political districts gerrymandered?

Portland Tribune - News
League of Women Voters proposes process to avoid gerrymandering by careful representation.

Former lawmaker Garrett named to state Supreme Court

Portland Tribune - News
Appeals Court judge takes his seat on the high court in January, replacing a retiring justice.

How much wiggle room will polluters get if Oregon taxes…

Portland Tribune - News
Political fight has turned to which industries should be sheltered from new state taxes and how much protection they really need.

Gun storage bill at bullseye of firearm safety proposals

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers line up a handful of measures for the 2018 session they hope will reduce gun violence.

Portland Mayor: Homelessness can be fixed

Portland Tribune - News
1,800 will ring in the New Year inside 800 units of affordable housing created by the city in 2018.

Citizen committee now under Multnomah County's sway

Portland Tribune - News
Members of the Community Involvement Committee can now be removed by the group's executive director.

Innovative health care reforms saved money? Maybe.

Portland Tribune - News
Officials claim huge Oregon Health Plan savings. The truth is hazy and some say reforms have lagged.

Despite treatment, Richardson resumes work on State Land…

Portland Tribune - News
Secretary of state declines to delegate his position on the state panel to someone else for Dec. 18 meeting.

Lawmakers say humbug to agencies' lack of internal auditors

Portland Tribune - News
Governor's budget could add more than a dozen new auditor posts to fulfill state requirements.

State senator's stealth jab at incoming colleague draws…

Portland Tribune - News
Boquist slaps back at Senate leaders after he is caught on Capital camera distributing information about Ashland Democrat.

Tualatin rejects 3-party agreement for Stafford region

Portland Tribune - News
Objections to restrictions on concept planning lead to a 3-3 vote; Lake Oswego and West Linn have already approved the pact

Merkley returns to border, decries 'tent city' conditions

Portland Tribune - News
Sen. Jeff Merkley, an Oregon Democrat, blasted one facility as a 'child prison' and 'tent city.'

Gov. Brown's proposed budget irks community colleges

Portland Tribune - News
Local legislators in East Multnomah County vow more support for community colleges.

Mayor: Exiting FBI task force puts city 'out of the loop'

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler wants to hold steady within the Joint Terrorism Task Force.

Richardson video updates public on his cancer fight

Portland Tribune - News
In his latest video update, the secretary of state said his brain cancer is impacting his ability to communicate, but MRIs show the tumor isn't…

Troutdale honors service of outgoing councilors

Gresham Outlook - News
City Councilors Rich Allen, Larry Morgan lauded for service to city at special recognition event

School Success Committee draws up $3 billion wish…

Portland Tribune - News
Panel tackles big needs with proposals to extend school year, reduce class sizes and expand some services.

Lawmakers: Why did BOLI drag its feet on pay rules?

Portland Tribune - News
Senate committee grills staff as hundreds of employers still confused as equity act requirements loom.

Even with a majority, Courtney still nervous about…

Portland Tribune - News
State Senate President hopes to foster better decision-making, not partisan bickering as lawmakers tackle big issues.

Audit: State stuck trying to track 'questionable'…

Portland Tribune - News
Auditors recommend changing state law to allow better monitoring of prescriptions by doctors and pharmacies.

Businesses scramble to comply with new state pay…

Portland Tribune - News
Employers who know of pay gaps have to give raises and adjust their pay scale by Jan. 1, or face penalties.

Multnomah County OKs new jail plan after 232…

Portland Tribune - News
The Emergency Population Release plan intends to keep the worst offenders behind bars at local jails

Governor's budget plan offers bridge over…

Portland Tribune - News
Brown's proposals include millions for broadband, water project and workforce help outside Oregon's urban centers

Varoom! Commission revs up highway toll plan

Portland Tribune - News
Federal agency must sign off on proposal to toll traffic on sections of I-5 and I-205 through Portland

State Police cheer as Gov. Brown proposes big…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon ranks second in per-capita trooper numbers. Brown and OSP plan to get the state to the middle of the pack, where they hope it will stay for…

Tax hikes in governor's budget a 'challenge to…

Portland Tribune - News
Legislative leaders predict rough road ahead for Brown proposal to raise revenue.

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler 'expects' to run for…

Portland Tribune - News
Wheeler touts successes but won't commit. Will make decision with family in coming year.

Wyden: 'Health care should be a basic human right'

Portland Tribune - News
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden addressed a filled auditorium Friday at Tualatin High School responding to a myriad of questions.

Brown's budget lines up cash for Trump fight

Portland Tribune - News
'Additional funding will help us continue to protect our environment and defend existing health care, civil and consumer rights.'

Hispanic leaders surge into state's political future

Portland Tribune - News
Juan Carlos Gonzalez's election to Metro another step in a journey as new generation pushes to the forefront.

Governor sees big pay off in bigger education bucks

Portland Tribune - News
K-12 students, teachers are winners in Brown's ambitious proposed two-year budget.

Lawmakers: Brown's budget plan leans on taxes,…

Portland Tribune - News
Plans face tough decisions so 'everyday Oregonians' can see benefits, effects

Brown's budget focus: Schools, schools, schools

Portland Tribune - News
Proposal puts more money into classrooms, more troopers on the road and shifts climate issues to new agency.

House GOP taps Carl Wilson as minority leader

Portland Tribune - News
Democrats will have 38 representatives, and that could make it easier for them to pass measures that do not have bipartisan support.

First person of color elected to Lake Oswego council

Portland Tribune - News
Daniel Nguyen won open seat on City Council in the most diverse campaign in Lake Oswego's history.

'Tough' Betsy Johnson adds rural balance to state…

Portland Tribune - News
Appointment to legislative budget-writing panel praised as a way to work through 'difficult issues.'

Cheaper cannabis rolls more tax bucks to cities,…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon consumers are projected to pay $176 million in state marijuana taxes during the current budget cycle.

Freedom Foundation takes its latest shot at Oregon…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal lawsuit says local SEIU violated U.S. Supreme Court ruling in union dues case.

Study: Portland renters face discrimination

Portland Tribune - News
Portland Housing Bureau releases study and announces $200,000 for new services.

Winter could put state highways on a low-salt diet

Portland Tribune - News
ODOT, cities expect to use more salt this year if snow and ice become a big problem

Robust economy pours more bucks into state bank…

Portland Tribune - News
Things look good now, but lawmakers may have to navigate economic uncertainty in next budget.

State launches probe after box of ballots surfaces

Portland Tribune - News
Our Oregon officials say group overlooked 96 ballots collected for election in November, and one for May primary

Manz, Mboup locked in a tight race for Lake Oswego…

Lake Oswego Review - News
Nguyen, Wendland assured of wins, but the third spot now hinges on damaged ballots that are still being counted

E-scooter company fined for pilot program rules…

Portland Tribune - News
City says Skip didn't put enough scooters in East Portland during local test run

Can a river ferry relieve traffic? Proposal hopes…

Portland Tribune - News
Ambitious plan to move hundreds between Vancouver and Portland encouraged by local and state leaders

State, cities wrangle up new addresses for Census…

Portland Tribune - News
Federal money, new congerssional district at stake as local governments find more residences to count

Salem prepares for record number of women in…

Portland Tribune - News
More than three dozen female lawmakers will take their places at the table as Oregon's 2019 session begins in January.

After a statewide tour, student success committee…

Portland Tribune - News
A mandate is to increase attendance and graduation rates - measures where Oregon is objectively failing.

Local voters say yes and no to cannabis businesses

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon cities lift bans on pot sales, others impose new restrictions in Tuesday's election.

Voters turn back attempts to overturn sanctuary…

Portland Tribune - News
Measures on grocery taxes, supermajority vote requirement and health care restrictions also falling on election night.

David Ripma re-elected

Gresham Outlook - News
Council veteran will be seated for another term on the Troutdale City Council.

It's Nguyen, Wendland and Manz

Lake Oswego Review - News
Eight candidates sought three open seats on the City Council in the most diverse campaign in Lake Oswego's history

Voters approve $158M for Oregon City school…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City School Board members get average property owners to pay about an extra $30 a year in taxes for local educational facilities

Tom Ellis will be next Happy Valley mayor

Clackamas Review - News
Markley Drake, Brett Sherman elected for first time this year by city-councilor position rather than in previous top-two format

Milwaukie Council President Lisa Batey wins…

Clackamas Review - News
Longtime board member for Celebrate Milwaukie, Inc., defeats Elvis Clark, retired economist

Mayor Tammy Stempel re-elected; Gladstone levies…

Clackamas Review - News
Nine vie for four seats on Gladstone City Council in especially politically active election cycle for city

Clackamas County Clerk Sherry Hall keeps seat

Clackamas Review - News
As challenger, Pamela White promised to bring back the clerk's role of performing marriage ceremonies

State Rep. Mark Meek will retain seat

Clackamas Review - News
Freshman legislator to continue serving Gladstone, Oregon City in Oregon Legislature

Oregon City Commissioner Brian Shaw unseated

Clackamas Review - News
Rocky Smith Jr. election signals new future of city's housing development strategy

Voters re-elect Olsen in Senate District 20

Estacada News - News
Sen. Alan Olsen was re-elected to Senate District 20, fending off challengers Charles Gallia and Kenny Sernach. He's held the seat since 2010.

Drazan elected to Oregon House District 39

Estacada News - News
Republican Christine Drazan will represent House District 39, replacing Rep. Bill Kennemer, who decided against seeking re-election.

Hardesty celebrates City Council victory

Portland Tribune - News
Early returns show activist leading Smith by 62 to 37 percent, with many votes left to be counted.

Democratic victories tighten grip on state House,…

Portland Tribune - News
Democrats will hold 60 percent of the seats in each chamber when the Legislature convenes in January

Christine Drazan wins Oregon House District 39 race

Canby Herald - News
First-time candidate and Republican will represent area including Barlow, Barton, Beavercreek, Boring, Canby, Carus, Charbonneau, Eagle Creek,…

Incumbent Kurt Schrader holds onto 5th…

Canby Herald - News
Early results show Incumbent Democrat Kurt Schrader leading the race for U.S. Representative for Oregon's 5th Congressional District

Incumbent Mario Palmero leads race for reelection

Gresham Outlook - News
The 42-year-old was sworn into office for a full term in 2015 and served as City Council president in 2016

Janine Gladfelter elected to Gresham City Council

Gresham Outlook - News
Unopposed incumbent and 15-year Gresham resident 'honored' to continue service to city

Incumbent Shane Bemis leads Gresham mayoral race

Gresham Outlook - News
Bemis has received 73 percent of the vote, claiming victory over challenger Allen Cox

Gresham Council Position 2 remains too close to call

Gresham Outlook - News
Incumbent Kirk French remains ahead of challenger Eddy Morales, recount expected

Harrington celebrates victory, heads to work as new…

Beaverton Valley Times - News
Metro councilor's big lead against Commissioner Bob Terry in race to succeed Andy Duyck held steady throughout election night.

Senate 26 seat anyone's game as of early results

Sandy Post - News
Sen. Chuck Thomsen leads with 1.22 percent of vote over Reitz as of 8 a.m. Nov. 7

Sean Drinkwine will continue to serve as Estacada's…

Estacada News - News
Sean Drinkwine, who ran unopposed, has been reelected as Estacada mayor. He was first elected in 2016.

Tami Little to keep Clackamas County assessor…

Clackamas Review - News
Past president of the Oregon Association of County Tax Collectors defeats challenger from within her own ranks

Bynum retains seat in House District 51 race

Gresham Outlook - News
Incumbent Democrat beats challenger Lori Chavez-DeRemer a second time, with 54 percent

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