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WVT Labs just opened on Southwest Marlow Avenue in Portland.

According to health officials, the variant could be the beginning of the end of the pandemic, transitioning the world into what’s called an endemic.

Portland police ask for help in finding missing 85-year-old woman

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We are nearing the two-year mark in the coronavirus pandemic, and the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) is experiencing a first.

McCollum missed 17 games over six weeks after being injured Dec. 4.

Volcanic ash delays aid to Tonga as damage reports emerge

A federal appeals court on Monday steered a decision about Texas' strict abortion law to the state's Republican-majority Supreme Court.

A local official reportedly took down the ribbons, enforcing an ordinance from the early 1700s that banned placards and other postings from the historic Litchfield Town green, but allowed them during times of war.

The Oregon Humane Society launched its version of the “Betty White Challenge” last week by asking for donations to help care for 100 animals.

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BREAKING: Portland Public Schools superintendent says the district will be discontinuing the regular presence of school resource officers.

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

Oregon man sentenced to 14 months for raping 3 teens:

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UPDATE: The U.S. Marshals Service confirms the suspect as 48-year-old Michael Reinoehl. More details:

Police responded to two separate protests in the city last night. Both were declared unlawful assemblies.

Several Portland groups are calling on Mayor Wheeler to resign based on how he's handled the protests and in response to Saturday's shooting . What do you think? Should Mayor Wheeler resign?

The U.S. Secret Service is working to recover and prosecute those responsible for an estimated $100 billion stolen from pandemic relief programs meant for businesses and unemployed Americans.

Grocery workers of Fred Meyer and QFC have voted to authorize a strike, according to the union that represents them.

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