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11.26.19: Oregon’s millionaire’s club is larger than ever, but the ‘typical’ Oregonian’s income is stuck in neutral: report; Most Oregon Measure 49 properties remain undeveloped; Foster care system crisis consultants close to completing $1 million contrac

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

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Oregon Political News

Oregon’s millionaire’s club is larger than ever, but the ‘typical’ Oregonian’s income is stuck in neutral: report

Most Oregon Measure 49 properties remain undeveloped

Foster care system crisis consultants close to completing $1 million contract

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News from the Regions

Wildfires

Portland Area

Officials boost plan to draw water from Willamette River

Tualatin spending to improve seven dangerous roadways

Central/Eastern Oregon

Snow, wind, and cold temperatures in Thanksgiving week forecast

Albany/Corvallis Area

Albany schools closed all week due to stomach virus outbreak

Corvallis forum to discuss cap-and-trade bill

Albany, Corvallis may see an inch of snow for Thanksgiving

Eugene Area

Eugene, Lane County crews prepping for possible Tuesday night snowfall

Creative ways a Springfield school boosts attendance

Campus building boom’s ripple effect

Eugene’s high hopes for expanding high-speed internet

Housing nonprofit ShelterCare announces new CEO experienced in nonprofits

Roseburg Area

Federal judge sides with counties in O&C timber case

Umpqua Public Transportation District seeks candidates for board vacancy

Bad weather just in time for Thanksgiving commutes

Medford Area

Ashland and Jackson County officials meet over jail dispute

Electrical malfunction caused ARC fire

Snow, heavy winds in Southwest Oregon's Thanksgiving travel week forecast

Ashland School Board seeks applicants

Klamath Falls Area

BTS introducing Shopping Express route in December

Klamath Sheriff's deputy earns top honors

'Bomb cyclone' will make regional travel dangerous Tuesday

Southern Oregon Coast

Inaugural chowder competition draws a large, hungry crowd

Commissioner says winning verdict in timber case is 'great step forward’

International News

Uber's license to operate not renewed in London

National News

Trump puts Kushner in charge of overseeing border wall construction: report

White House chief of operations leaving administration

DeVos expected to give more rights to those accused of sexual assault on college campuses

Trump signs bill making animal cruelty a federal crime

Impeachment News

Judge: Former White House lawyer Donald McGahn must comply with subpoena

National Opinion

Timothy Egan: The day that decided the 2020 election

David Brooks: The revolt against populism

National Election News/Opinion

Bloomberg campaign chief: Trump is winning 2020 election right now

Sanders spokeswoman 'cautiously hopeful' nomination process will be fair

Opinion

Albany/Corvallis Area

As I See It: There's still hope for journalism

Skenazy: Don't trust anyone under (or over) 30

Eugene Area

Our View: Not taking no for an answer

Roseburg Area

Community-based programs create a healthier Douglas County for all

Klamath Falls Area

Oregon Health Authority responds to coverage concerns

Southern Oregon Coast

Taking a stand against Jordan Cove LNG

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