“There’s a sense here that we’re being used. He’s using us to achieve a personal goal. It feels uncomfortable.”
Revenue at state-licensed booze stores has soared during the pandemic.
Mannix will see if there’s a fourth act in his long and productive political career.
The state’s top elections official provides a fuller explanation of why she excluded the Democrat from the May ballot.
The three-term incumbent from Woodburn will give up her seat for the opportunity to serve in Washington, D.C.
Kulla is switching from the governor’s race. Stephenson ran for the Oregon House in 2020.
A timeline of one of Oregon’s longest running criminal cases.
The Democrat decided he really wants to win Oregon’s new House seat.
A onetime head Mickey at the Walt Disney Company chips in.
Other Oregon counties and many west coast cities are deploying the vouchers more effectively.
A disappointed Rep. Janelle Bynum sees her historic bid to succeed Tina Kotek fall short.
Many of the temporary employees were hired for culturally specific skills but felt they were treated like “second-class citizens.”
The long-running prosecution of the real estate investor and gay rights pioneer comes to an end after the alleged victim declines to participate in Bean’s trial.
The Democratic candidate for governor hopes the court will reverse Secretary of State Shemia Fagan’s decision he doesn’t meet Oregon’s residency requirement.
The charge of exploitation highlights the challenge the county faces in convincing its workforce that its actions match its rhetoric.