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Top Political News - July 28, 2016
  • Walden to visit Klamath Falls, Lakeview Thursday
  • New poll shows Oregon governor race in virtual tie
  • Oregon invests millions in lawsuit against Oracle
  • Former Oregon U.S. attorney has family ties to VP pick Tim Kaine
  • Oregon Legislature hires top researcher
  • Report: Corporate tax measure won't boost prices
  • Oregon Business News

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  • Portland's fashion scene gets another networking and education option
  • 10 yr. migration high — State tops 4M
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  • Endangered species initiative qualifies for ballot
  • Portland home values grew fastest in U.S. for eighth straight month
  • Revised Division bus route could mean fewer stops, faster travel
  • Candidate Eric Zimmerman Punched a Man in the Face
  • Community reacts to Springwater sweep delay
  • Contractor, architectural firm picked to renovate Portland Building
  • Decision still pending on where to relocate "rest stop" for homeless campers in Eugene
  • Hazelnut Grove: A village, not a warehouse, to solve homelessness
  • Opposition surfaces to idea of using Terminal 1 for homeless shelter
  • Portland pushes off school bond vote to May 2017
  • Threemile Canyon nixes farmworker housing proposal
  • College public-safety officer facing murder charge in death of Bend woman
  • Portland State President Wim Wiewel to retire in 2017
  • Man serving life for killing baby son has murder conviction overturned
  • Man who sexually abused child, secretly taped in-law, neighbor showering gets 30 years in prison


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    July 27, 2016
  • Changes could help more undocumented students pay for college — Eligibility for Oregon Promise, Opportunity grants starts this year
  • Former ODOT consultant picked to lead agency's review — "It's like hiring the fox to vet designs for the henhouse," -Joe Cortright
  • Tension behind study of $3 billion corporate tax measure, records show
  • Feds working on second-year status report on Portland police reforms
  • Oregon Sanders supporters join walkout
  • Video: Pastor to destroy gun he won at charity
  • Editorial: Brown's tax position should not be a mystery
  • Schools, not nostalgic voters, should make the call on Outdoor School: Editorial
  • OSU fixes Frackign Study Error
  • A truce in herbicide wars
  • ABLE to save: Editorial
  • County commissioners get an earful on ordinance that could limit ballot initiatives
  • Crook County gets details on new jail proposal
  • Editorial: Grant sheriff should stop deleting emails
  • Homeless shelter proposal breaks unwritten Portland City Council rule
  • Port of Astoria awards million dollar stormwater bid
  • Court says Eugene district can't disclose middle-school suspension of student who is now applying to colleges
  • Court says Eugene district can't disclose middle-school suspension of student who plans to apply to colleges
  • Second trial in Oregon standoff case set to start on Oregon's birthday, Valentine's Day

  • July 26, 2016
  • Pulling back the covers on Oracle lawsuit: State could spend $27 million in legal fees
  • Oregon timber harvest drops 8 percent
  • Merkley, Kotek rally Democrats at convention
  • Report: Complaints against Oregon Lottery were baseless
  • Report: Over-production of medical pot feeds black market in Oregon
  • Outdoor School initiative qualifies for ballot
  • Business celebrity Tom Peterson's last video
  • Lane County may loosen its ban on roadway herbicide spraying
  • Most new jobs will go to west side, forecast shows
  • Proposal could bring second large dairy to eastern Oregon
  • Changing GOP from within
  • Homelessness Activists Trying to March Springwater Corridor Campers Into Mayor Charlie Hales' Neighborhood
  • Lead tests show nearly 70 samples exceed EPA levels at Roseburg Public Schools
  • Portland police oversight at crossroads
  • Scappoose traffic could be state's worst by 2035
  • Ted Wheeler Crowdsources Questions for Next Portland Development Commission Leader
  • Exit Interview: Roy Saigo says he's leaving Southern Oregon on right path
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