An emergency declaration signed by the mayor will speed the process of both siting and developing sites, Ryan pledged.
Nike has worked to block changes to Oregon law that would require the company to disclose its tax returns.
The effort to keep vapes out of teen hands must now pass in the Legislature’s upper chamber.
“It’s totally out of control, it’s like Mad Max,” Dan Legree, who owns a glass studio near a common racing spot in North Portland, tells WW.
In an interview with WW, Blumenauer was clear: light rail, or no bridge at all.
If passed, the bill would effectively end such sweeps.
The union representing Powell’s employees says Powell’s decision to go forward with hiring without reaching an agreement was a surprise to them.
Biden's corporate tax hike carries major ramifications for Oregon cannabis.
It’s a long shot. And they know it.
The lawsuit says the feds rubber-stamped an incomplete and porous assessment last October.
In November, the company notified state officials it was laying off 700 employees at its world headquarters in Beaverton.
Gov. Kate Brown moved teachers and school staff ahead of seniors for COVID-19 vaccinations, trying to prod teachers back into classrooms. But many teachers aren’t gung-ho about returning.
Portland interior designers sell color-coordinated book collections to add refinement to your Zoom background.
The enumerators who spoke to WW appear to be among the first in the nation to go on the record describing failures in the census.
As wildfires raged through Southern Oregon this month, where many of the state’s cannabis farms are located, farmers found themselves on the fighting end of a natural disaster few saw coming. The blazes came at a particularly inopportune moment: Harvest season has begun, with the bulk of collection happening late this month and through October.