Next July, adults 21 and over will be able to legally use marijuana for fun in Oregon.
But some private - and public - institutions are saying "not on our property."
No home? No modem? No problem.
Economists say the Oregon state treasury continues to collect revenue at a rate that makes it likely taxpayers will get kicker rebates.
Lane County may ask voters in May to consider a $35 annual vehicle fee to help pay for roadwork.
Legal pot shops are more than a year away in Oregon. But when Measure 91 goes into effect on July 1, 2015, an individual can possess up to a half pound of marijuana per household and grow up to 4 plants per residence in Oregon.
An unusual twist in the race for state house in the 30th district of Federal Way. The democratic incumbent died from cancer last week. But Rep. Roger Freeman's name is still on the ballot.
A guide to the 2014 Oregon election, from ballot measures, to the governor's race, here is a breakdown of the issues.
Democrats are fighting to keep control of the Oregon House and Senate as Republicans aim to pick up enough seats in Tuesday's election to regain influence in state politics.
Will John Kitzhaber win an unprecedent fourth term as governor of Oregon?
Or will Dennis Richardson be the first Republican elected governor since Vic Atiyeh won a second term in 1982?
Springfield School District is asking voters again for a $71.5 million bond to replace several aging schools and improve it's educational programs.
Across town, Eugene 4J School District is asking voters to renew a levy to pay for its teachers and staff.
Rain or shine, voters are doing what it takes to make their voices count this election.
On Nov. 4, Measure 91 offers Oregonians another opportunity to legalize pot - or to just say no again.