Democrat John Kitzhaber was once known as Dr. No for vetoing Republican legislation but now says he's running for governor a fourth time on a record as a centrist.
He said Monday he'll seek a fourth term.Read More »
Oregon's health insurance exchange has had no shortage of challenges. Add the budget to the list.
Cover Oregon will have to be self-sufficient once the federal grants that are paying its bills run dry at the end of next year, but the organization is now projecting higher costs and lower revenue.Read More »
A sweeping crackdown on white supremacist gangs in eastern Multnomah County included more than 40 indictments for violent crimes and drug manufacturing.
The six-month operation announced Monday morning included a weekend of arrests in which investigators say they captured more than 20 people affiliated with six different gangs near Portland.Read More »
The annual Oregon Leadership Summit got underway Monday in Portland, with business leaders focusing on ways to reduce poverty.
It's the 11th of the meetings, which bring together business and political leaders.
The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/IMjNy1) that this year, Oregon first lady Cylvia Hayes is leading a panel on reducing poverty.
A report being issued at the Read More »
Southern Oregon University Campuses in Medford and Ashland will open a 10:30 a.m. today, December 9th, due to inclement weather. Only essential employees should report prior to 10:30, according to a news release from Executive Director of Marketing and Communications Marc Tramonte.
As of 9:30 p.m. Saturday, theDove has been notified vis Facebook of further church service cancellations:
Central Point Assembly of God
All Sunday morning services and activities at Trail Christian Fellowship
Simple Faith Fellowship
Rogue Valley Fellowship
Kingdom Faith Church