The North Pacific gray whale population is down 46% in the last seven years, but healthier mothers and more calves could be signs of a rebound.
Oregon authorities haven’t received wage complaints about overtime pay from farmworkers this summer, but advocates say many delay reporting for fear of retaliation
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission delayed a vote on the GTN Express pipeline following letters from environmentalists and Oregon senators.
Gov. Tina Kotek stayed mum Thursday about her thoughts on Salem’s recently-approved payroll tax, which is currently the target of a petition to refer the measure to voters.
Insurers are seeking premium increases for 2024 averaging 6.2% for individual plans and 12.1% for small business plans.
State officials are prepping for the rollout of Paid Leave Oregon program, which will give workers paid family and medical leave.
Department of Human Services workers who care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities say their workplaces are unsafe and that they’re burned out.
Oregon borrowers who had been making payments for 20 or more years and should have had balances forgiven will finally see an end to their bills.
A state ethics investigation into former Secretary of State Shemia Fagan is expected to take about six months, unless it’s delayed because of a pending federal investigation.
Oregon, Washington and California are planning to build a network of electric truck chargers and hydrogen fueling stations on the West Coast.