Early Quake Warning System Expands An early warning system for earthquakes has been expanded to Oregon and Washington, joining California in testing a prototype that could give people seconds or up to a minute of warning before strong shaking begins.
'Dreamer' Immigrant In Oregon Detained By US AuthoritiesA 25-year-old man who had been allowed to stay in the U.S. because he was brought illegally into the country as a child was detained Sunday by immigration agents, activists said.
7 Men Arrested In Portland Undercover Sex Trafficking StingThe Portland Police Bureau said in a news release Friday that investigators posted ads on known sex trafficking websites from Jan. 9 to Jan. 13.
Roof Collapses Due To Snow At Oregon School GymNobody was in the gym when the roof fell at Highland Magnet at Kenwood School, the Bend-La Pine School District said.
More Daily Flights Added From Oregon To ArizonaOregonians outside of Portland will soon have more options for flying to Arizona.
Oregon Case Jury Delivers Blow to Government in Lands FightThe Portland jury acquitted Bundy, his brother Ryan Bundy and five others of conspiring to impede federal workers from their jobs at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Portland Gas Explosion Destroys Building, Injures EightUtility officials say the explosion happened after a construction crew hit a gas line.
Huskies Beat Oregon 70-21, Breaks 12-game Losing StreakBrowning's eight touchdowns matched the Pac-12 single-game record. Washington's 70 points were the most the team had scored since the 1944 season.
UW Looks To End 12-game Losing Streak Against OregonAfter nearly a decade of dominance within the conference, Oregon is limping into Saturday's rivalry game against the No. 5 Huskies with a three-game losing streak.
Gang Rape Reported At Oregon Raggae FestivalThe woman believes the men are from Washington state, and were driving a motor home with a vinyl wrap that had a picture of a large dog and an unknown 800 number on the side of it.
Husband Of Oregon Woman Killed By Falling Trees Sues HomeownersThe lawsuit states that Dennis Elleson feared the Douglas fir would fall on his place, and asked for it to be removed in early 2015.
Track Failure Likely Cause Of Oil Train DerailmentAbout a hundred people — a quarter of the town's population — have been evacuated from their homes

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