The nonprofit cinema is launching a campaign to buy one of Portland’s last remaining video stores — and one of the country's largest film collections.
How rude can restaurant patrons be? Very. Food cart vendors and restaurateurs are battling. What role should city legislators play in this war? And cannabis can't be served in dining establishments — yet — so how are chefs working around the laws to integrate it into their offerings?
A Multnomah County commissioner is calling on the county board chair to independently investigate the ouster of a black county employee.
An Oregon lobbying group and two hotels are suing Bend claiming the city violated state law by using a portion of its budget earmarked for tourism marketing on street repair.
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“I saw a problem that I didn’t feel anyone else was doing anything about,” said Raymond Furr.
Fighting Oregon wildland fires this year has cost state, federal, local, tribal and private entities more than $340 million and consumed 678,000 acres, as of Monday, Sept. 18, according to state authorities.
Oregon's secretary of state says an investigation has revealed 54 cases of suspected voter fraud in last November's election, but they represent only .002 percent of votes cast.