Oracle Corp. is pulling nearly two-thirds of its software developers from Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange project, even though the public still doesn't have access to the promised seamless, swift sign-ups for coverage, and key features are unfinished.
Three Salem lawmakers have asked the Oregon Department of Human Services to delay sending a 6-year-old American-born girl to live in Mexico with her father, who has convictions for assault, including domestic violence.
Oregon's wolf population continues to grow and has spun off another pathfinder that made it to the Cascades.
The Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office says investigators have uncovered new evidence in their search for a man police said shot and killed a Clackamas County employee earlier this month.
According to the Department of Public Health, the risks of electronic cigarettes are not yet fully understood.
Police in Coquille arrested a man Thursday, after they say he shot his neighbor's dog in the head for no reason.
An elementary school custodian in Hillsboro is pummeled and sent to the hospital after he allegedly told a group of teens to stop urinating on the side of the school building.
State police arrested a Grants Pass man, charging him with sexually abusing a young boy during the last two years.
Senators approved a bill that would prohibit disclosure of agreements signed by ranchers over conservation of habitat for sage grouse, a threatened ground bird.
A man died in a fall from an overpass onto Interstate 5 last weekend. Police said their investigation indicated the man died as a result of suicide. Should news media report that fact?
A bill allowing Oregon schools to keep Native American mascots now needs only Gov. John Kitzhaber's signature to become law.
The Albacore tuna season is over and preliminary numbers show a near record value to fishermen.
As Washington adjusts to accepting marijuana as legal, it's still grappling with issues accepting other forms of pot that have been used for decades.
The U.S. Coast Guard says a 739-foot cargo ship anchored at Astoria ran aground in the Columbia River when the crew tried to change positions in the river without authorization from the bar pilot guiding it.
Supporters of a referendum granting driving privileges to people who can't prove they're legally in the United States are trying to rewrite the official summary that will appear on the ballots in November.