A grand jury indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday for abusing the powers of his office by carrying out a threat to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption — making the possible 2016 presidential hopeful his state's first indicted governor in nearly a century.
Looking to set up a pot shop? Don't come to Coos Bay.
Douglas County Public Health will eliminate off-site administration of flu vaccine this flu season, the agency said.
The governor's office confirmed Monday that Gov. John Kitzhaber and his longtime partner, Cylvia Hayes, have been engaged "for a couple of weeks."
The chances for recreational marijuana legalization in Oregon could improve as the field of likely ballot measures drops to one.
The sponsors of a measure to permit Oregon business owners to turn away same-sex couples whose weddings they object to for religious reasons have abandoned their campaign.
A group turned in enough signatures Thursday to get a measure on legalizing marijuana in Oregon on the November ballot. So what can we learn from Colorado before we decide?
Voters in House District 2 will decide in November whether Kerry Atherton or Dallas Heard will replace Rep. Tim Freeman.
Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney on Tuesday called for the state to take on $200 million in debt to help prepare school buildings for a devastating earthquake that scientists say could come at any time.
Portland physician Monica Wehby won Oregon's Republican primary for U.S. Senate on Tuesday despite embarrassing revelations late in the race that an ex-husband and former boyfriend had called police on her.
One of the most influential women in the world made a stop in Portland on Tuesday night. Hillary Clinton spoke to a sold-out crowd at the Keller Auditorium, part of the World Affairs Council of Oregon’s International Speaker series.
California Gov. Jerry Brown said he is not sure legalizing marijuana is a good idea in his state because the country could lose its competitive edge if too many people are getting stoned.
Monica Wehby, a pediatric neurosurgeon at Randall's Children Hospital, is among at least four other Republicans fighting for that party's nomination for U.S. senator during this May's primary. The winner will presumably take on incumbent Democrat Sen. Jeff Merkley in the November General Election.
Presidents of all eight public universities and multiple police chiefs oppose the bill, and more than 200 people protested against it on the Capitol steps Thursday.