Dwindling calls lead the state to propose ending its HIV/AIDS hotline.
The dial tone on Oregon’s long-running HIV/AIDS hotline may soon go dead.
Since 1987, the
hotline has connected thousands of callers with testing and HIV/AIDS
services—key to the early detec
Two giants of Portland’s legal community stand trial on ethics charges.
Barnes Ellis spent nearly 50 years at the pinnacle of Oregon’s corporate legal world.
A magna cum laude
graduate of both Yale University and Harvard Law School, Ellis occupied
A Eugene law firm plans a spendy party for a retiring federal judge.
A party has got to be really swank to raise the eyebrows of the state’s lawyers.
Yet a proposed retirement bash for U.S. District Court Judge Michael Hogan has many Oregon lawyers’ brows firmly
A group that trains Democratic women to run for office is showing success.
As a candidate for public office, Jessica Vega Pederson
already had a compelling life story. She was raised in a
Mexican-American family in Chicago, where her mother was politically
active and P