The changes signal a major transition to Intel, which cut its sales forecast for the year due to slow PC sales.
The U.S. government recognizes Oregon's new recreational marijuana law, but it's still illegal to carry or smoke it on federal land.
Sona Grover faults Mt. Hood Skibowl employees for allegedly failing to help her 5-year-old daughter disembark at the top of a lift, prompting Sona Grover to try to climb onto the moving lift to help the girl.
Sgt. Chris Ray, a Yamhill County Sheriff's Office spokesman, says the helicopter, a 2004 Schweizer 300c, crashed near Northeast North Valley Road and Dopp Road at 10:14 p.m. Wednesday.
Episcopalians voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to allow religious weddings for same-sex couples, solidifying the church's embrace of gay rights that began more than a decade ago with the pioneering election of the first openly gay bishop.
Barbara Alexander-Brown, a former county compliance officer, won't get the $985,000 she sought in damages for loss of income and benefits as a result of her March 2013 firing, plus emotional and mental distress.
Fritz said reassigning the Bureau of Development Service to someone other than her "would be unfortunate." Then Mayor Charlie Hales did just that.
House Speaker Tina Kotek tried to revive stalled affordable-housing legislation.
"She's a model student and citizen," Marin Vesley's mother told a Clackamas County judge.
Sherwood police are asking members of the public to call with information about a hidden camera that had been placed in a Catholic church restroom.
Precision Aviation Training says in a statement posted to Facebook that the instructor and the student pilot were on a "routine night training flight" at the time of the Wednesday crash.
In addition to a board of directors, the governance of Swoosh LLC includes a 'Primary Protector' and a 'Deputy Protector'
A road-tripper asks: Would it be possible to drive along one of those buses and connect with its free on-board WiFi signal?
Sox Lee, as his friends called him, understood the importance of training firefighters having spent decades as one, himself.
Mike Rosen ran unopposed for the open Zone 7 seat on the Portland Public Schools Board of Education. Rosen resigned his position with the city of Portland July 1.
The Oregon Lottery has announced results of Wednesday's draw, which could make one lucky Oregonian $60 million richer.
Oregon on Wednesday joined a handful of states where it's legal for anyone 21 and older to possess and grow cannabis. It was a historic but understated day since while Oregonians can possess up to 8 ounces at home and an ounce away from home, they can't buy it anywhere in the state.
The first of three new residential buildings at Hassalo on Eighth development -- which will total 657 apartments -- will open to renters on Thursday.
HP's printer group has considerable operations in the Northwest.
Broyles, a 16-year sheriff's office veteran, was placed on paid administrative leave while the incident is under investigation - routine in officer-involved shootings.
All TriMet lines run normal schedules tomorrow. But if you'll be using public transportation on Saturday, July 4, note that MAX and Portland Streetcar will run on regular Saturday schedules.
Parties around Oregon this 4th of July offer a twist Miss Manners never anticipated: What's a host to do when a guest pulls up with a tray of brownies infused with hash oil or puffs a joint?
James Tardy, Jr., 79, contends in his lawsuit that he's applied 17 times for custodian jobs in the Reynolds School District, but he's been rejected each time because of his age and race.
The National Weather Service still has the heat advisory in place for at least Thursday-Friday and it might be extended. Friday looks to be a few degrees cooler than today.
A witness says Antonio Zambrano-Montes yelled at the officers before the deadly shooting, which sparked months of protests in the eastern Washington farming town.
Gov. Kate Brown will apparently fall short of the $100 million she wanted to borrow for an ambitious plan that would put Oregon on the vanguard of housing policy by building thousands of its own affordable units.
Police received a tip Wednesday that led them to the boys, who range in age from 10 to 12.
Sellwood Bridge traffic will be delayed for the Wednesday evening commute, county officials say.
At least two times, Michael Lawson, 58, leaned his head back in the wheelchair and closed his eyes during the brief court proceeding on Wednesday afternoon.
Miranda Ashley Calvin is accused of killing pedestrian Jerrie Ann Horning, 49, during a hit-and-run driving incident on April 25, 2015, in Gresham.