The Oregon secretary of state said Tuesday that Republican state senators who had at least 10 unexcused absences during this year’s session will not be eligible to run in 2024. That number includes Gales Creek’s State Senator Suzanne Weber.
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Those affected are current or past members of the Oregon Health Plan, the state’s Medicaid system
The personal information of 3.5 million Oregonians with driver’s licenses and state identification cards could be affected by an international data breach.
Oregonians can expect another surge in COVID-19 cases in June, a top Oregon health official said Thursday.
The number of patients needing hospital care for the flu is rising, fueling the demand for beds by hundreds of children with a respiratory illness and adults suffering from COVID-19.
With just over a month left in her term, Gov. Kate Brown has issued a sweeping pardon for Oregonians convicted of possessing a small amount of marijuana.
Cases have dropped but there are signs of an uptick; at the same time monkeypox cases have fallen
Backyard and commercial flock owners beware: Bird flu is highly infectious and deadly for birds, causing high mortality rates, and it can spread to other wildlife, but it does not pose a problem to people.
Oregon’s housing shortage is worse today than it was before the start of the Covid pandemic, a state economist told lawmakers Wednesday during a hearing to discuss ways of easing the statewide crunch.
Hundreds of people have been vaccinated against monkeypox in Oregon, which has nearly 100 cases, but even more await a shot.
A vaccine approved for use against monkeypox remains in short supply. What’s more, infectious disease experts don’t know how effective it is.