Only two initiatives appear likely to qualify for a statewide vote Nov. 8 as Oregon's deadline approaches for petitioners to submit signatures.
A majority of Oregonians support stricter gun laws, according to a new poll by the Oregon Values and Beliefs Center.
A new report released by the Oregon Health Authority found young people are experiencing negative mental health impacts due to the climate crisis.
“I will not be signing any more proclamations or doing any more proclamations at all,” Aziz said.
In the battle for power in the Oregon Legislature, the future political mix could hinge on a handful of 2022 races not far from the Capitol.
"Someday in a more enlightened future, we will have a memorial day commemorating school children lost to mass shootings," writes columnist Michael Paul Williams.
Fifteen miles away, Lebanon leaders had a different take on a request to declare June Pride month.
The votes are still trickling in from last Tuesday's primary, but the local and national prognostication for the general election in November is in full swing.
Despite having more than a third of the ballots in Oregon likely already cast, the May 17 primary election continues to generate controversy, campaign cash and colorful notes.
The final week of Oregon’s primary campaign opened with a plunging stock market, an escalating abortion debate and heavy campaign spending.
Oregon GOP gubernatorial candidates spar over policy, debate rules
The trip is part of an expanded travel schedule ahead of the November elections as Biden tries to demonstrate that he has made progress on his agenda.
Halsey-based Cascade Pacific Pulp LLC could face fines or corrective orders after this allegedly happened.
The former mayor of Happy Valley was touted Monday as part of a "pink wave" of Republican women who could restore GOP control of the U.S. House.
Spring officially arrived on March 20 at 8:33 a.m., marking a change of seasons and a change of political tempo of Oregon's political campaigns.
Two former governors have endorsed state Treasurer Tobias Read among the 17 Democrats seeking their party's nomination for governor in the May 17 primary.
A majority of Oregonians polled say they support the Black Lives Matter movement, but residents are split on whether society is in a better place because of it.
SALEM — The Oregon Farm Bureau is among a coalition of 12 businesses and trade groups challenging the state's Climate Protection Program in court.
Oregon had the nation's 13th highest suicide rate across all ages in 2020, a slight improvement the year before when the state was ninth in suicide deaths, according to suicide mortality data recently published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A trio of people appeared before the Lebanon City Council to fight what they fear will become high-density rental housing and urban encroachment on farmlands as part of a request to add about 80 acres into the city.
Oregon’s U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley on Friday announced his remaining town hall meetings for 2022, which take place online throughout March and early April.
Oregon's political merry-go-round spun ever faster Wednesday, as the line-up of 2022 candidates rolled out and the chair of the Oregon Republican Party resigned with a torrid denouncement that "communist psychological warfare tactics are being used daily within the party."
Large trucks are risking damage to a heavily used Willamette River crossing in Corvallis a year after state transportation officials limited vehicle weight on the Van Buren Bridge to 24,000 pounds.
Oregon households behind on their rent can still apply for emergency rental assistance through Monday, March 14.
Legislation to boost job training, provide overtime pay for farmworkers and create more affordable housing dominated the 2022 Oregon legislative session, which by law was limited to 35 days. Here are a few short takes on proposals that Oregon lawmakers acted on (or not) during their 32-day s…
Saying it likely violates the First Amendment, a federal judge this month put an initial stop to Oregon's first-of-its-kind ban on "love letters" in real estate transactions, a state law designed to prevent discrimination which took effect Jan. 1.
An eclectic set of mid-valley conservation efforts will vie for a piece of $750,000 in experimental funding when their proposals appear this spring before an Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife committee.