The Eugene YMCA said Tuesday that it had submitted its formal proposal. The pitch includes recreation for 4J students, as well as a component honoring the history of the stadium.
Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden is working with a colleague from South Dakota to fight President Obama's plan to cap tax deductions for charitable donations for the wealthiest Americans.
The embattled director of Oregon's problem-plagued health insurance exchange will be taking a leave of absence, and he says it is for medical reasons.
Emails between Cover Oregon’s top executives and his software vendor show that the troubled state health insurance exchange knew its website had problems months before the site launched.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden has unveiled his long-awaited bill to boost logging on federal lands in Western Oregon to help struggling timber counties. The timber industry and conservation groups were disappointed in the bill and hoped to persuade Wyden to change it.
In September, Siskiyou and Modoc counties in California passed declarations stating their desire to withdraw from California and form a 51st state: Jefferson. The original proposal from the 1940s included southwest Oregon.
Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley visited Johnson Crushers International in south Eugene on Friday stumping for legislation called “Manufacturing Jobs for America.”
The pastor of the oldest church in Seattle is now coming to the rescue of the Pennsylvania pastor just convicted by the United Methodist Church of officiating his son's gay wedding.
Despite grand ambitions, an early start, millions of dollars from the federal government and a tech-savvy population, Oregon's online enrollment system still isn't ready more than a month after it was supposed to go live.
A $67 million downtown development took a step forward Tuesday when the Lane County Commission approved a 99-year lease agreement with a development group headed by former Eugene mayor and 5th Street Market owner Brian Obie.
Northwest mill owners say China is dumping the country's subsidized hardwood products in the U.S. market.
Curry County voters defeated a tax proposal to fund law enforcement but supported a measure to replace the hospital.
Oregon farmers could put in a crop of industrial hemp next spring if a panel of experts can satisfy federal officials with a set of tightly drawn rules.
Voters in southern Oregon's Curry County appear to have rejected a property tax increase, and their decision Tuesday could eventually test a new public safety emergency funding law.
If you head out Bellfountain Road from the village of Alpine, old Davidson Hill rises toward the sky above homes tucked in the foothills of the Oregon Coast Range. The trees on Davidson Hill have been part of the view residents here enjoyed for decades. A Creswell company started logging 40 acres on the hill, sparking outrage from neighbors.