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.
A bill before the Legislature would set up a state database to track the use of 19 chemicals in manufactured products shown to be harmful to children, and work with manufacturers to phase out use of the chemicals over five years
The lawyer for a man convicted of two murders argued that Gov. John Kitzhaber lacks authority to delay Gary Haugen's execution without the inmate's consent.
As Oregon lawmakers talk about raising more tax revenue from individuals, there's a chance corporations may get millions in automatic tax rebates.
The Oregon Senate has voted to make it illegal for adults to smoke in a car with children.
Bandon voters have rejected a dark skies exterior lighting ordinance, that would have placed new regulations on outdoor lights within city limits.
Bandon residents have until 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, to cast their vote on the city's controversial exterior lighting ordinance.
Oregon Treasurer Ted Wheeler has a plan to make higher education more affordable, proposing the state take on debt so students don't have to.
A tree farmer serving in the Legislature wants to make it a felony for people to chain themselves to equipment and block roads to stop logging on state forests.
Teenagers who are in trouble and don't want to ask their parents for help with addictions and mental health issues can turn to certain professionals without their parents' consent, but the list does not include counselors and therapists.
The Federal Aviation Administration announced that it will close the control tower at the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport.
An Oregon lawmaker proposed a bill that would require bicyclists pay a $10 registration fee.
Oregon's health insurance exchange will have staff who speak Spanish, Russian and Vietnamese to help explain and market the service that's expected to provide health coverage to thousands of Oregonians.