The Oregon political legend has died at 84. Her life was epic.
Long Story Short
"I moved to Oregon in the summer of 1994. When I got here, people were honest about the fact that there’s not a lot of diversity."
Our man in DC says it's going to be OK.
His solution won't help the Gorge right now, but it could help prevent future fires.
Julia Olson's clients? The kids who will have to live through it.
Forest Park: The Future
After decades of dreaming, big shifts—from a shiny visitors center to mountain bike trails—await the city's crown jewel.
As of April 1, the new bottle and can deposit is 10 cents. We break down the rest of the numbers.
Rachel Sandstrom Morrison
Nine state representatives (all from non-coastal districts) think your beach drinking should be illegal.
Oregon's state parks are wildly popular. Well, some of them. A new bill points campers to the park less traveled.
The Oregon Woman: Gynocracy Now
From the State House to Portland City Hall, meet the politicians and power brokers of this pantsuit posse.
Two pioneering bills were intended to make contraceptive access easier than ever. One year later, not much has changed.
Rent control is a hot-button topic today, but the story goes back to 1985.
But they’re still a lot weaker than in Washington and Colorado.
And why you can’t eat this cannabis ice cream (yet).
Thirty years ago, a political battle made the craft brew revolution possible.
Two new laws give Oregon women more flexibility and independence than any other state in the country.
The chief petitioner of last year's successful legalization measure talks about where we are now—and where we have to go.
As the state’s gray wolf population continues to grow, new legislative stipulations could impede further progress.
A new vaccination law will be in effect this School Exclusion Day, and another potential bill is in the works.