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In this Jan. 13, 2021, file photo, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown visits the Marion County and Salem Health COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Salem, Ore. (Abigail Dollins/Statesman-Journal via AP, Pool, File) 

This means statewide mask mandates, in most settings, will be lifted and there will no longer be capacity limits, required physical distancing or county risk levels.

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Sunday’s temperature in Portland, Oregon — forecast to rise to 112 degrees Fahrenheit (44 Celsius) — could break the all-time temperature record of 108 degrees, set just a day earlier. The forecast calls for another 112-degree day on Monday

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(Ken Lambert/The Seattle Times via AP) 

A local lawmaker wants to condemn a city-owned park in Seattle with a large homeless encampment next to a courthouse and declare the area a public safety hazard or nuisance property.

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(photo/Jon Tyson) 

Senate Bill 397 would provide a more efficient and equitable path to a better future for thousands of Oregonians with a criminal record

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Police in Oregon's largest city are being advised to no longer pursue low-level traffic infractions

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EXCLUSIVE with former county commissioner and two-time Portland City Council candidate who wants to keep focus on education, police reform.

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(AP Photo/Ashley Landis) 

The 35-year-old mom rallied from fifth at the start of the homestretch to the second-place finish at U.S. track trials.

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Eleven U.S. mayors — from Los Angeles to tiny Tullahassee, Oklahoma — have pledged to pay reparations for slavery to a small group of Black residents in their cities, saying their aim is to set an example for the federal government on how a nationwide program could work

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(AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) 

The governor's office said Wednesday that a judge ruled to dismiss the petition filed in May by five residents in a citizen group known as Washingtonians to Recall Inslee

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(AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File) 

Lawmakers are reviving calls to end a loophole in the Constitution that allowed another form of slavery — forced labor for convicted felons — to thrive.

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