An OSU professor wants to produce a long-lasting battery that doesn’t use lithium, cobalt or nickel and that might store more energy than current batteries like those used in electric vehicles.
Alex Baumhardt Oregon Capital Chronicle
The removal of four dams on the lower Klamath River will be the largest such removal project in the world and has been decades in the making.
The Department of Environmental Quality said the state should wait for rules from U.S. authorities.
Oregon’s first green hydrogen production project has been shelved after public pushback over potential environmental and health impacts.
Oregonians will vote on tightening gun laws, banning legislative walkouts and slavery and making health care a right
On Nov. 1, NW Natural, the state’s largest natural gas utility, will raise residential rates about 14%, and then another 11% in March, affecting about 600,000 people.
Republican Mike Erickson and Democrat Andrea Salinas are vying for Oregon’s 6th Congressional District that’s one of the most diverse in the state.
Results from the National Assessment for Educational Progress show declines in math and reading proficiency among Oregon fourth- and eighth-graders.
Republicans hope ongoing frustration from pandemic school closures will win over undecided voters in November.
New data released this week shows the number of Oregon high schoolers on track to graduate has rebounded to pre-pandemic levels.