10th Oregon standoff defendant pleads guilty to conspiracy

PORTLAND, Ore. - An Arizona man who took part in a pair of armed standoffs over federal land policy has pleaded guilty to a charge in Oregon and is expected to do the same in Nevada. Read more

Portland to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day

PORTLAND, Ore. - Portland has joined the list of cities marking the second Monday in October as "Indigenous Peoples' Day. Read more

Pimp of prostitute killed by Marine pleads guilty

PORTLAND — The boyfriend and pimp of a Portland woman murdered by a Marine in Hawaii two years ago pleaded guilty Wednesday to a... Read more

Ship's chief engineer pleads guilty to pollution charge

PORTLAND, Ore. - The chief engineer of a vessel that illegally dumped oil-contaminated bilge water pleaded guilty Friday to violating a federal anti-pollution law. Read more

Ski guide critically injured in Alaska avalanche

A 31-year-old ski guide in Alaska was in critical condition after getting buried by an avalanche, Alaska State Troopers said Saturday. Read more

Federal judge rules in favor of threatened seabird

PORTLAND, Ore. - A federal judge has handed the timber industry another defeat in its effort to expand logging on the habitat of a threatened coastal seabird. U.S. District Court Judge John Bates in Washington D.C. Read more

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