Four days after the Oregon Health Authority announced a cluster of coronavirus cases in the Willamette Valley, the agency had no new updates.
The longtime chair of the House health care committee, whose term was set to end in January, had been battling several health issues.
A Multnomah County Circuit Court judge has ruled that Oregon Health & Science University must disclose some animal research videos that were requested by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA.
As of Tuesday morning, there are still three confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, or the COVID-19 virus, in Oregon, according to the Oregon Health Authority (OHA).
Washington state has reported a seventh death from coronavirus.
Clark County Public Health is monitoring 12 people for potential coronavirus.
None of the 12 people have exhibited coronavirus symptoms and therefore have not been tested, but they’re being watched due to recent travel activity.
A student at the University of Oregon has filed a class-action lawsuit against two vaping companies, stating they failed to disclose the risks associated with nicotine in their products.
The Portland Police Bureau has stopped taking intoxicated people to a sobering center as of Dec. 23, due to safety concerns from the nonprofit running it. The city is in the process of seeking out another agency to take over the sobering center’s contract next June.
The Oregon Health Authority announced Saturday that there are two new cases of measles in the area after a person with the disease passed through the Portland International Airport earlier this month.