An Oregon Senate committee last week heard arguments about a bill that would limit antibiotic use in farm animals.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Liquor Control Commission issued its first recall of recreational marijuana after samples of a type of pot were found to contain a level of pesticide residue above the state limit.
PORTLAND (AP) — A federal judge in Oregon found four men guilty Tuesday of misdemeanor counts of trespassing and tampering with government vehicles and equipment during last year’s high-profile takeover of a wildlife refuge after a bench trial that was overshadowed by the conviction of the s…
MERLIN — What used to be the tallest known Ponderosa pine on the planet has died, and now its namesake campground is set to join it.
PORTLAND (AP) — The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission backed off its Columbia River standoff with Washington when it met Friday in Corvallis.
MEDFORD (AP) — A former Jackson County commissioner accused in a lawsuit of bilking investors to finance a pot shop has filed a counterclaim.
AURORA — Oregon knows wine grapes. The vineyards growing pinot noir and multiple other varieties have won justifiable acclaim, as the success of the state’s wine industry attests.
BEND, Ore. (AP) — A Bend day care provider who has been accused of leaving seven children at her home day care while she went tanning was previously investigated by state officials.
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The family of a former Army soldier who was shot to death at his home in 2015 by a Eugene police officer has filed a $7.5 million lawsuit against the city, officers and a person who took emergency calls in the incident.
SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown says nearly half a million Oregonians may lose health insurance through 2026 under the federal health care overhaul proposal, potentially tripling the rate of uninsured individuals to 15 percent as older adults could see premiums jump fivefold and roughly 23,000 healt…
EUGENE — Bryan Harper is a man of varied talents: a pilot, a former University of Oregon track athlete, and a fifth-generation Junction City farmer.
SALEM — Oregon legislators are considering a proposal to elect the president of the United States by popular vote for the fourth time in the last eight years.
SALEM — Discharged from their military days hauling troops and gear as long as 30 years ago, monster-sized military surplus Humvees may soon be cruising the Oregon streets and highways alongside eco-conscious Prius drivers and outdoorsy Subaru commuters.
PORTLAND — U.S. District Judge Anna J. Brown often warned defendants, defense lawyers and spectators that she wouldn’t tolerate outbursts or laughter in the courtroom during the conspiracy trials against the occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
It’s been an interesting, but fairly calm week in Salem, said Sen. Jeff Kruse, R-Roseburg. He’s still waiting for firm numbers from the Democrats about their budget proposals for the coming biennium.
SALEM — As the Oregon Legislature considers sweeping cutbacks and tax hikes to close a $1.6 billion budget deficit, an education ballot initiative that voters overwhelmingly approved in November may be on the chopping block before it goes into effect.
SALEM (AP) — Native Americans, environmentalists and a fishing guide spoke out Monday in support of two bills that aim to prevent, or at least mitigate, an ecological disaster like an oil spill into the Columbia River.
SALEM (AP) — Residents of a 15-unit apartment complex southeast of Salem are scrambling to find new homes after they were served with eviction notices ordering them to be out by April.