The American Academy of Pediatrics this week released a policy statement on marijuana, reaffirming its opposition to legalizing cannabis and expressing concern about the drug's harmful affects on young people.
Apple shares leaped 7.9 percent, $8.61, to $117.75 in early trading Wednesday.
"Oregon's railroads brought people here, got them settled and helped create roadbeds on which many of the state's highways were built," said Kamholz, who is one of the main forces behind the ongoing Oregon Historical Railroads Project.
Bonneville Dam creates a barrier for fish in the Columbia River, making it a lucrative feeding ground for the sea lions. Because many of the salmon they eat are endangered, it also creates a dilemma for fish and wildlife managers.
The 2015 legislative session, which begins next week, includes some bills that could affect residential property sales.
Adrienne Isgrigg was charged with 71 felony counts making false claims for health care payments.
For those traveling south of the city, dense fog is developing around Salem, Corvallis and Eugene this morning. Drive with caution in those areas as the visibility is down to less than a quarter of a mile in many places.
Investigators found a note apparently written by one of them that explained the husband was the caretaker for his terminally ill wife, but he recently found out that he also was terminally ill and had been given just weeks to live.
Paul Sanelle was convicted of murder in Julianne Herinckx's 2012 beating death.
Lisa Belair couldn't be reached for comment, and it's unclear why she dropped her suit.
Mayer will be under greater pressure to prove she can rejuvenate one of the Internet's oldest and best-known companies.
Boeing rose 3.4 percent after commercial-jet demand boosted its profit and helped it easily top expectations.
Sex Now there's a word that will reel you in, which is exactly what Don Horn, artistic director of Northeast Portland Triangle Productions hopes to do with "Becoming Dr. Ruth," a one-woman play opening next month.
The suspect remains at large; the victim has been hospitalized. His condition is unknown. The incident took place in the 4100 Block of Satter Dr NE, Salem.
Today should be the wettest day of the week with on-and-off drizzle and heavy mist in the morning.
The city's most unconventional politician had decided against running -- but changed her mind after her husband, Steve, died in a car accident.
Stephanie McCrea, a teacher at Evergreen High School was charged with four counts of child rape and booked into Clark County Jail.
Advocates and opponents of electronic cigarettes agree: keep them out of children's hands.
Both men were convicted of four counts of aggravated rape, one count of attempted aggravated rape and two counts of aggravated sexual battery. They face decades in prison when they are sentenced March 6.
Joshua J. Develle, 17, died of blunt force head trauma.
The site is described as north of Cornell Road, south of Evergreen Parkway and east of Aloclek Drive.
About one-third of Boeing's revenue comes from defense-related products, and that part of the company is not doing as well as defense budgets come under pressure.
Several other officers also resigned last year under the threat of termination, according to the bureau's latest report on police misconduct cases.
None of the ads will be made available before the game; other clients include TurboTax and Squarespace
Six Oregon students have been named 2015 Horatio Alger Association scholars. The scholarships are about $7,000 on average.
Nothing goes together so well as the Super Bowl and car commercials, one of the dominant advertisers every year. And, for a car commercial involving Pierce Brosnan, nothing goes together better than missile launchers, snipers and explosions.
The boyfriend, who is 29 years old, was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant from Linn County for fourth-degree assault.
Jerrett Hetrick, who is serving a 30-month prison sentence for third-degree rape, is also being sued by the girl.
Porter told the board that Officer Frank Ward never identified himself as an officer, that Ward repeatedly shot pepper spray into his eyes, and that he feared for his and his family's safety as he and Ward wrestled on the floor.
"The cost-saving effects of the 2006 reform accrue very slowly, with the most dramatic impact likely to occur more than 20 years out,'' actuarial analyst Matt Larrabee told the public safety fund's board.