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European transit company FlixMobility and Northwest bus service MTRWestern have teamed up to launch a new electric bus line in the Pacific Northwest. The plan is that a "FlixBus" interstate electric bus route will stop at Seattle, Portland, Corvallis and Eugene, starting some time in 2022.

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Demand is apparent for new jobs in some industries like leisure and hospitality, health care, and professional and business services in Oregon's immediate future. But for the manufacturing sector, varying niche sectors are experiencing more complicated highs and lows.

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When Selma Pierce died Dec. 1, 2020, after a car struck her while she was walking near their home in West Salem, Dr. William "Bud" Pierce took several days off before he resumed his medical practice in Salem.

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Long-delayed campaigns for the 2022 Oregon Legislature were given a green light on Monday by the state Supreme Court.The justices dismissed a pair of lawsuits seeking to block a redistricting plan approved on Sept. 27 by the Legislature and Gov. Kate Brown. The filings claimed Democrats had …

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Oregon Transportation Commission members face more questions than answers as they ponder how to spend most of the $1.2 billion Oregon will get in new federal money in the next five years from the infrastructure legislation that President Joe Biden signed Monday.

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Most people in urbanized Multnomah County don't know it, but they are now living under the state's newest government — a special district created by the Oregon Legislature aimed at controlling local flooding.

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U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, fresh from a global climate-change conference in Scotland, says the federal government will have to do more to avert the natural disasters posed by worsening wildfires, floods and heat waves.

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Prosper Portland's board has voted to approve the sale of the Centennial Mills site in Portland's Pearl District, recognizable by a 1910 grain mill and warehouse with a water tower on top.

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Oregon's rebound from the delta variant spike in COVID-19 has slowed, with hospitalizations remaining high through February, a new state forecast reported Thursday.The number of people in Oregon hospitalized with COVID-19 will stay above 400 statewide through Thanksgiving, Christmas and New …

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The 2022 election campaign received a jolt of political adrenaline on Monday as former New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof reported over $1 million in contributions for his bid for Oregon governor.

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Oregon's State Advisory Committee on Historic Preservation abruptly ended its Oct. 21 online meeting when someone watching the session began writing racist slurs.

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CORVALLIS – Oregon State University researchers and a team of West Coast university collaborators have received a $7.65 million grant to study the impact of smoke exposure on grapes, a project that will provide critical knowledge to grape growers and winery owners severely impacted by widesp…

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The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is requesting public comment on three proposed amendments to the Oregon Administrative Rules that govern state parks, as directed by legislation passed during the 2021 session.

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A week after forecasting that the state might reach herd immunity from COVID-19 by Christmas, top state researchers said this week that progress on taming the current spike in infections has slowed.