EPA officials have ordered states to test water for 29 ‘forever chemicals’ and lithium, but the agency lacks regulations on what states should do with most results.
By Alex Baumhardt - Oregon Capital Chronicle
A Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals suit challenges a 2022 congressional rule allowing defrauded borrowers to have loans forgiven or reimbursed.
OREGON NEWS: Oregon Fish and Wildlife seeks to recover damages from the Winchester Water Control District over repairs that left 550,000 lamprey dead.
The Teacher Standards and Practices Commission voted unanimously in a special meeting Tuesday to appoint Melissa Goff executive director for the agency.
Student proficiency in English language arts and math remain 10 percentage points below pre-pandemic levels, but declines appear to be leveling off.
United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley will get about $500,000 per year to offer its Enrichment Academy program in the Salem-Keizer School District, part of a round of state grants.
The chair of the state forestry board is proposing experts revise the Western Oregon State Forest Habitat Conservation Plan.
Democratic attorneys general want an aggressive EPA strategy to reduce new plastic production, but their Republican peers want EPA to step aside.
Charlene Williams, the new director of the Oregon Department of Education, says she will unify the state’s 197 school districts on prioritizing students who’ve fallen furthest behind during the pandemic
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde are the last western Oregon tribe to reach an agreement with the state allowing hunting on the area of their historic homelands.