Rising prices and soaring demand show no sign of subsiding, impacting Marion Polk Food Share and other food banks across the state.
OSU professor awarded $3 million federal grant to produce a sustainable battery without scarce metals
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.
Measure 114 is set to take effect on Dec. 8.
Measure 114, which passed by a narrow margin, will require safety training that’s yet to be defined.
The governor’s office announced Monday that Brown will remove over 47,144 convictions for possessing small amounts of marijuana and forgive over $14 million in related fines and fees.
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.
Patrick Allen has overseen the $30 billion agency since 2017, while Steve Allen has led behavioral health since 2019.
The Department of Environmental Quality said the state should wait for rules from U.S. authorities.
Democrats will maintain their legislative majorities but not a supermajority in the Senate.
Thomas Healy was sentenced to seven and a half years total in prison in 2016 in two burglary cases but was released in 2020 under Gov. Kate Brown’s commutation plan during the pandemic. He is now charged with fatally shooting a man at Geer Park in August.