In a news conference, Pres. Obama said the US is becoming numb to mass shootings and that perpetrators have sickness in their minds.
Oregon marijuana shops began selling marijuana Thursday for the first time to recreational users, marking a big day for the budding pot industry.
The most expensive fix for a busy stretch of Beltline looks too expensive to the City Council.
Congress heard testimony from Planned Parenthood on Tuesday, and advocates for the group are hosting a national Pink Out Day. Meanwhile, foes of abortion are about a week into a 40-day protest.
More than 200 of Oregon's 345 medical marijuana dispensaries have notified the Oregon Health Authority of plans to sell recreational marijuana starting on Thursday.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown will be joining Washington's Jay Inslee, California's Jerry Brown, Michigan's Rick Snyder and Iowa's Terry Branstad at the governor's meeting with President Xi.
A group of unions and other liberal groups says it has filed paperwork for a ballot measure that would increase the statewide minimum wage to $13.50 per hour and allow local governments to raise it even higher.
Critics of a plan to build a bottled water plant in Cascade Locks hope to take their case to the voters of Hood River County.
Gov. Kate Brown has confirmed she'll stand for election.
Lane County Commissioner Sid Leiken considerd a run for governor last spring in the wake of Gov. John Kitzhaber's resignation. But Leiken said talks with supporters led to a different conclusion.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is exiting the race for president with harsh words for Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
The second GOP Primary debate is just days away, and anticipation is already building for the event featuring eleven candidates vying for the Republican Presidential nomination.
Fourteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, one of the last, great mysteries surrounding the terrorist attacks on America has yet to be unmasked: parts of the Congressional probe that have been kept secret from the public under two U.S. administrations.
Media psychologist Ericka Goerling said the allure of "going viral" can lead people with severe mental illness to seek attention in all the wrong ways.