Rep. Gary Leif, R-Roseburg, was remembered Thursday as a man who championed his community and was well-liked by people across the political spectrum, in a time when that’s become a rare quality.
PENDLETON — The calls flooded into Blue Mountain Wildlife first thing in the morning Monday, June 28 — dozens of baby hawks, desperate to escape the blast of early summer heat, bailed from their nests and plummeted to the ground.
Nearly four in 10 Oregonians strongly or somewhat agree with statements that reflect core arguments of white nationalist and other far-right groups, according to a new statewide survey.
Nearly four in 10 Oregon residents agree with statements aligned with white extremists’ views, according to a poll commissioned by a major progressive group released Thursday.
A statewide swath of lightning strikes is the "trigger event" that most worries state fire officials planning for what could be a second consecutive severe fire season.
A majority of people in Central Oregon have mixed feelings when it comes to tourism, according to the results of a survey done by Oregon Values and Beliefs Center.
COLUMBUS, Ga. – McKenna Armantrout delivered five RBIs and four hits while pitcher Sarah Abramson picked up her 27th win of the season as Oregon Tech won its 12th straight game, 11-5, over Mount Mercy (Iowa) in the Owls’ NAIA World Series opener on Friday.
The Oregon Employment Department experienced a tenfold increase in identity theft issues in 2020 as new jobless claims poured in during the pandemic, mirroring a spike in claims that took place across the country.
SALEM (AP) — Republicans in the Oregon Senate boycotted Thursday’s session, using a tactic they have employed in the past two years to assert their will by stopping work in the Democratic-led Legislature — this time over the state’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A federal judge on Thursday overturned a Trump administration action that allowed mining and other development on 10 million acres (4 million hectares) in parts of six western states that are considered important for the survival of a struggling bird species.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s delisting of the gray wolf from the Endangered Species Act went into effect Monday, officially transferring Gray wolf protections from the federal government to state governments.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Thursday, Dec. 10 announced it is awarding $46 million in rental assistance and housing vouchers to help veterans at risk of experiencing homelessness, including 31 vouchers for homeless vets to the Klamath Housing Authority, accordi…
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The New Mexico congressional delegation is raising questions about a coronavirus outbreak among a group of Oregon Army National Guard soldiers who returned to their home base in El Paso, Texas, after being deployed to Kosovo earlier this year.
When Oregon voters resoundingly approved a first-in-the-nation drug decriminalization measure this year, they also rejiggered the state’s budget. Measure 110 would pour at least $57 million into expanded addiction treatment in its first year, and more in the years that follow.
As a sovereign nation, the Klamath Tribes don’t have a legal obligation to follow Governor Kate Brown’s statewide COVID-related business closures.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — In a year where Oregon has weathered a global pandemic that has killed more than 900 residents, forest fires that ravaged 1 million acres and ongoing protests in the state’s largest city, Gov. Kate Brown’s budget proposal attempts to mitigate the effects of the turmoil.