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Latest Oregonian Items
Northwest beer brewers have joined a national outcry over a proposed rule from the Food and Drug Administration which they say would make it prohibitively expensive for them to recycle spent grain by providing it to dairy farmers.
When they read a study that suggested inmates who were visited by their families while in prison were significantly less likely to return to prison, officials in the Oregon Department of Corrections crunched their numbers and found about 60 percent of the state's inmates never received a visitor.
Tillamook Cheese has completed a 65,000-square-foot expansion of its cheese-making facility at the Port of Morrow to process both lactose powder and a dried whey protein concentrate.
Oregon State Police arrested an Edmonds, Wash., woman on a drunken driving charge not long after getting a report that she may have been stuck in a mudslide.
A 25-year-old Oregon woman convicted of murder in the death of her 4-year-old son has been sentenced to life in prison. Jessica Dutro will serve 25 years before she gets her first chance at parole.
An Oregon man convicted of kidnapping and attempting to sexually assault a jogger has been sentenced to life in prison.
The Washington County sheriff's office says it will no longer hold people for possible deportation.
A state audit calls on Oregon to turn its attention from getting aid to people slammed by the Great Recession to getting them jobs.
Federal prosecutors say a former executive of a Beaverton-based freight data tracking company is accused of stealing more than $1.4 million from the business.