With 21 states having adopted bans or severe restrictions on insurance companies from paying for abortions, Washington is alone in seriously considering legislation mandating the opposite.
A KATU On Your Side Investigation exposed problems with the foster care system in January when the state removed two children from their foster home of several years.
Employees with the United States Postal Service across the nation spent Sunday rallying to keep the six-day service week after a recent decision would cut weekend mail delivery from the budget. Dozens joined the national effort by staging a protest at the downtown post office.
Oregon lawmakers heard testimony Thursday on several bills to require labels on genetically modified food and prohibit importing genetically modified fish.
A conservation group said Wednesday it will keep pushing federal authorities to more closely regulate muddy logging roads, despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Wednesday that sided with the timber industry on the issue.
Model airplane enthusiasts from around Oregon — some with their planes in tow— showed up at a legislative hearing Wednesday to ask that any legislation passed to regulate drones not force them to give up their hobby.
During a phone interview from death row, Gary Haugen took issue with Gov. John Kitzhaber, the man who blocked his execution in 2011.
A state Senate committee voted to allow young illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Oregon universities if they were brought to the U.S. as children.
Coos County commissioners are considering a change to the way county business is handled.
As the nation debates the use of drones to hunt terrorism suspects abroad, Oregon lawmakers are considering legislation that would regulate how drones could be used here.
With the passage of I-502, many law-enforcement agencies around the state, including the Seattle Police Department and Washington State Patrol, will no longer be training their drug-sniffing dogs to alert for marijuana.
Should a Vietnam Veteran's memorial be removed from a Coos Bay park? One group thinks it should, due to the cross on top of it.
Oregon lawmakers are considering banning children younger than 18 from using tanning beds.
The Oregon Legislature has voted to allow all school districts to withdraw from regional educational service districts.
The state senate has proposed a measure that would make it a traffic violation to smoke in a car with a minor. One Oregon lawmaker from Roseburg thinks the bill is nonsense.