Oregon’s largest anti-abortion advocacy group wants insurance companies to offer it a special plan that doesn’t cover emergency contraception.
Small employers will pay about 8.1% more for health insurance in Oregon, while individuals will pay about 6.2% more in 2024.
A new round of federal infrastructure money will help fund a Pioneer Connect project to bring fiber optic cable to small Coast Range communities.
Christopher Pray, 39, gave a fake name when admitted to a Portland hospital Friday morning. But an employee noticed he resembled the patient who escaped Wednesday night from the Oregon State Hospital in Salem.
Prosecutors on Wednesday, Aug. 30, charged Raymond K. Rau, the former Nyssa police chief, with theft related to evidence missing from a Tillamook Police Department evidence locker. Rau is chief in Tillamook.
AROUND OREGON: Vale School District officials could be violating student journalists’ First Amendment rights by pulling the high school’s yearbook after some found words and phrases on the cover offensive, according to a national organization that protects the free speech rights of student journalists.
Oregon’s “red flag” law was passed in 2017 to prevent homicides and suicides, but there’s little public awareness of it.
VANISHED: A Boise woman’s vehicle was abandoned near the remote Oregon border town of Jordan Valley in late June, carrying 11 of her rabbits. Her travels and disappearance leave her family struggling with mysteries.
The chair of the state forestry board is proposing experts revise the Western Oregon State Forest Habitat Conservation Plan.
The sergeant was arrested for sexual misconduct less than a week after the release of a scathing state report about conditions at Oregon’s only women’s prison