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10.4.19: Vaping research points to 'toxic fumes' as illness cause; Wyden seeks nominations for wild and scenic rivers

Friday, October 04, 2019

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Oregon Political News

Vaping research points to 'toxic fumes' as illness cause

Wyden seeks nominations for wild and scenic rivers

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News from the Regions

Wildfires – Fire Season starts June 1, 2020

Average fire number, meager acreage burned on ODF lands

Oregon sees lighter fire season

Portland Area

Portland Building renovation costs in line with contract, but city should start routine reviews now, audit says

Google picks Meier & Frank building for new office

Car2go's exit a roadblock for car-free Portlanders

Kirsten Naito’s Candidacy Changes Dynamics in Multnomah County District Attorney’s Race

Salem Area

Warren Bednarz seeks Salem council appointment

Salem weighs rules for possible e-scooter launch

New permit could let Covanta Marion double greenhouse gas emissions

Central/Eastern Oregon

Hermiston hosts multi-agency drill

Pendleton man commits to make sure city's flower baskets are watered daily

OSU hosts session on impeachment

Albany/Corvallis Area

Shiver River earns county tree farming honor

Corvallis, Benton County continue challenging homelessness discussion

Eugene Area

Childcare options for toddlers and infants scarce, pricey in Lane County

Roseburg Area

UCC postpones move in to Flegel Center, building undergoes lead dust testin

Medford Area

Costs for proposed jail keep rising

Southern Oregon Coast

Residents raise concerns over mosquito population in Coos County

National News

Trump cites his support for Medicare, slams Medicare for All

Presidential News

Trump urges China to investigate Bidens, despite impeachment inquiry over a similar request to Ukraine

‘Near raw bribery’: Foreign governments book large blocks of rooms at Donald Trump hotels, leave them empty (report)

National Opinion

Flowers | Climate teen Greta Thunberg is a political pawn

Business News

Diplomat and Oregon businessman Gordon Sondland will voluntarily testify next week on Trump-Ukraine scandal; texts released late Thursday

Student loan debt trap entangles higher ed graduates

Environment / Energy News

New PacifiCorp plan slows coal plant closures, adds lots of wind and solar

Opinion

Central/Eastern Oregon

Our view | Countries want our business, does Congress want them to have it?

Albany/Corvallis Area

Editorial: Timber suit goes on, with or without Benton County

Eugene Area

Guest View: Timber is the coal of Oregon

Medford Area

After-school rule a good move, if it works 

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