OPB | March 23, 2017
Young people in Oregon could soon need to be at least 21 years old to buy tobacco products.
OPB | March 21, 2017
Una investigación realizada por el departamento de labor e industria de Oregon (BOLI por sus siglas en inglés) sacó a la luz miles de violaciones laborales cometidas en una fábrica de procesamiento de mariscos en Astoria.
Oregon’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.3 percent in January — the lowest it’s been since records began in 1976.
The Port of Portland and the operator of the container facility at Terminal 6 have agreed to end their 25-year lease agreement.
For activists and politicians pushing for changes in Portland's housing policy, the Titan Manor has become shorthand for the thousands of poor families displaced by mass no-fault evictions. But late last week, the situation for residents changed.
One small Willamette Valley credit union is opening accounts for marijuana businesses, despite a federal ban.
The State of Oregon wants doctors to conduct a full patient evaluation when recommending medical marijuana.
A federal judge refused Wednesday to block a new Portland law that requires landlords to help their tenants pay relocation costs when they’re evicted or face rent hikes of more than 10 percent.
The future of Oregon's public pension system is up for debate at the state capitol. A Senate panel kicked off a series of public hearings Monday on a proposal to rein in costs.
Professional and institutional investors have flocked to the Portland real estate market. They’re taking advantage of low vacancy rates to make money – and, in the process, driving up rents.