Eclipse Traffic Jams Up Roads In Central Oregon

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Incoming traffic for the Oregon Eclipse Festival has backed up U.S. Highway 26 in Central Oregon.

Oregon Officials Say They're Ready For Eclipse

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A million people may flock to Oregon over the coming week to view the total eclipse of the sun. State officials said Tuesday that they're as prepared as they can possibly be.

Eclipse Of The Arts: 'State Of Wonder' Travels The Path Of Totality

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"State of Wonder" is traveling across the solar eclipse's path of totality, from Newport to the Ochoco National Forest and many places in-between. Follow the team on this once in a lifetime artistic and cosmic journey.  

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Iconic Portland Sign Renovation Nearing Completion

No design changes for the sign — just new neon and a lighter aluminum construction.

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Former Oregon Poet Laureate Peter Sears Dies At 80

He served as Oregon’s Poet Laureate from 2014 to 2016 and was active in the state’s literary community for more than forty years.

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Oregon Doctor Questions Use Of Soap Opera To Promote Cancer Drug

An Oregon doctor is worried that a drug company is skirting regulations by using the plot line of a popular soap opera to push its product.

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HBO's Newest Show Will Film In Portland

The show was created by Alan Ball, whose prior hits for the channel include the Emmy and Peabody-winning drama “Six Feet Under” and the Southern vampire soap opera “True Blood.”

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Portland Flocks To 'Grimm' Estate Sale For Piece Of TV History

More than 1,500 people lined up in Portland Saturday to take home a piece of television history. The NBC show "Grimm" is selling off a warehouse full of the TV show’s props, furniture and costumes.

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Jack London Bar To Be Portland’s Newest Home For Jazz

Owners of Dante's, Star Theater and Bar XV joined forces with the Soul'd Out Music Festival to offer a refuge for bands and fans.

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Portland's Pop-Up Shops Boost Downtown Retail

An effort by the Portland Business Alliance to fill vacant store fronts during the holiday shopping season is paying dividends.

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Harney County Residents Come Together For Fair

Each year, residents from across Harney County come together for the county fair.

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Thousands Expected To Walk In Portland For Alzheimer's

Some 8,000 people are expected to take part in Portland’s "Walk To End Alzheimer’s" on Sunday.

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Hood To Coast Runners Told To 'Take It Easy' In The Heat

Runners in the Hood To Coast relay race started at Timberline Lodge Friday morning. They’ve been told to take it easy because of high temperatures.


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