Lower PERS return rates? Board to tackle politically fraught issue

In Salem

State impeachment plan OK’d

Bus tax bill sent to House floor

Self-service gas bill approved

In Salem

Central Oregon bus tax would need local OK

Buehler slams Trump on Facebook

Budget deadline looming

Walden won’t oppose Trump

Democrat-backed bill targets ‘Buehler Loophole’

State honors Bend WWII hero

Bridge ban hearing draws big crowd

Senate takes up Deschutes bridge ban

Legislative panel unveils wish list for highway funds

Democrats reject Richardson plan for redistricting panel

Plan for local control of transit funds alive

In Salem

Legislature can’t move without solving $1.6B shortfall

Congressman faces loud crowd at town hall

Walden says he won’t mind a vocal town hall

Democrats file ethics allegations against Buehler

Here’s why the budget gap grows as Oregon economy soars

Walden to hold town halls in Bend, Prineville

How much water does Oregon have?

Buehler bill would slow minimum wage growth in rural areas

Kate Brown gets early start on 2018 campaign

baker city

Call center likely to rehire workers laid off after losing state contract

PERS: 9 myths about Oregon’s public pension fund

Audit: ODOT excels at road building but wastes money

Population growth could give Oregon a new congressional seat


What should Oregon do about crowded women’s prison?

Oregon business leaders call for reforms

PORTLAND — Representatives from some of Oregon’s biggest businesses expressed a willingness Monday to consider tax increases to help fund state services. But in exchange, they said they want legislators to consider reforms that would slow the growth of government spending. Businesses joined school districts, ...MORE

In Oregon

Oregon measure calls for proof of citizenship to vote

Three Republicans lawmakers launch new law firm in Bend

Greg Walden picked to lead powerful House committee

COIC to look to Salem for new transit funding tool

PERS board briefed on pension savings options