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The agreement is a four-year collective bargaining agreement that is retroactive to July 2022 and it includes a minimum 13% salary increase for all PCL workers by July 1, 2023.

A Baltimore city council member said last weekend's deadly shooting happened in one of the largest open-air drug markets in the state.

A family in Virginia now houses a retired racehorse who was saved from slaughter.

A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit southeast Turkey and Syria early Monday, toppling buildings and sending panicked residents pouring outside in a cold winter night. At least 31 were killed, and the toll was expected to rise.

A 22-year-old who is in need of medication was reported missing in Gresham on Sunday night, and police are asking for help in bringing him home safe.

Multnomah County Chair Jessica Vega Pederson announced a new strategic focus for the Joint Office of Homeless Services.

Brandi Carlile made a rare appearance during the pre-telecast for a major artist. The singer showed up after her song "Broke Horses" won for best rock performance and best rock song, a songwriter's award, and best Americana album.

The economy added 517,000 jobs in January and the unemployment rate fell to the lowest level since 1969.

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WATCH: The Exploding Whale, remastered for 50th anniversary of legendary Oregon event! More details:

Measles case confirmed in Portland, about 500 people exposed #LiveOnK2 

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Fluffy the cat was found frozen and unresponsive in a Montana snow bank. Now, she's "back to normal."

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WATCH: CH-47 Chinook helicopter does a two-wheel landing, retrieves injured climber and six rescuers from summit of Mount Hood.

Oregon man sentenced to 14 months for raping 3 teens:

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The Sheriff said "I want to send a clear message to Linn County residents that the Linn County Sheriff’s Office is NOT going to be enforcing magazine capacity limits."

Multiple Oregon sheriffs say they will refuse to enforce gun magazine capacities called for in Measure 114, which appears to be passing by a slim margin.

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