Seahawks receiver Jermaine Kearse got some good news and some bad news on Friday.
The decline in the price of oil benefits large public consumers of gasoline, like school bus companies, transit districts and law enforcement agencies. But in counties that produce oil, the plunge in price is taking tax revenue down with it.
A woman clung to the hood of a purse thief’s car Friday morning as he drove through the parking lot of a Northeast Portland Fred Meyer store, police officials said.
The Eugene man with measles continues to recover, and he has helped investigators narrow down the time frames when he was out in public and potentially contagious.
Three men broke into a home early Friday morning, bound the arms and feet of the residents at gunpoint and made off with weapons, cash and marijuana, the Lane County Sheriff's Office said.
The State of Oregon has offered Swanson Group a $400,000 loan to help rebuild the Springfield Plywood mill.
The loan is forgiveable if the mill meets specific job creation goals.
Friday morning, crews will start ripping out the first few sections of the 1980’s-era carpet in concourse “C,” before replacing it with a new, updated version.