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Oregon has held its elections almost entirely by mail since 2000 by sending every voter a mail-in ballot with pre-paid postage.
A 104-year-old World War II veteran had a socially distanced birthday party after recovering from the coronavirus
William "Bill" Lapschies, a 104-year-old World War II veteran from Lebanon, Oregon, recovered from the novel coronavirus this week.
A woman set up a sting operation to recover thousands of stolen N95 masks for healthcare workers battling the coronavirus
A nonprofit worker in Portland, Oregon, reported thousands of stolen N95 masks. Then she found a suspicious Craigslist ad selling the masks online.
Police in Oregon told people to stop calling 911 for toilet paper shortages, and advised using grocery receipts, old magazines, and leaves instead
People across the US have been stockpiling basic products like toilet roll as the coronavirus crisis continues to loom over the country.
A track athlete working to make it into the Olympics went viral after helping an elderly couple buy their groceries when they were afraid of catching ...
Rebecca Mehra is training for the Olympic tryouts in June, despite many of her meets and events being canceled in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
Nike closed its worldwide headquarters in Oregon for deep-cleaning after the 1st US coronavirus death
"While we have no information indicating any exposure to Nike employees, out of an abundance of caution, we are conducting a deep cleaning of campus."
Oregon elementary school closing for cleaning after an employee becomes the third potential case of ‘community spread’ of the new coronavi...
An elementary school has closed after one of its employees was discovered to be the third confirmed case of COVID-19 community spread.
I tried the world’s best cheese — the first to be made in the US — and it tasted like a great glass of red wine
Rogue River Blue is made in Oregon and covered with edible leaves soaked in pear liqueur. And it's delicious.
An Oregon town couldn’t afford to hire cops for the night shift, so it proposed installing security cameras manned by volunteers who can identif...
The idea has sparked condemnation from civil-rights advocates who have raised concerns about racial profiling.
Video shows the moment a football coach at an Oregon high school disarmed a shotgun-wielding student and hugged him
Angel Granados-Diaz, 19, walked into the Parkrose High School in Portland on May 17 with a shotgun concealed under his trench coat.