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Oregon is the first state in the nation to allow doctors to prescribe lethal drugs to out-of-state residents.
The program will answer calls related to mental health and addiction across Portland from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Tony Klein was hired by Legacy Health in 2018, amid a criminal investigation into sexual assault at Oregon’s only women’s prison.
A federal magistrate judge has ruled that the failure of Two Rivers Correctional Institution to enforce its own staff mask policy is unconstitutional, amounting to "deliberate indifference" toward a substantial risk for the people imprisoned there.
Residents prepare to live without running water ahead of a sacred feast celebrating first foods, as the long-term fix for a crumbling system remains unclear.
Hospitalizations due to the flu this year are still just a fraction of normal. That could change as our masks come off.
Portland psychologist Doreen Dodgen-Magee, author of the book “Restart - Designing a Healthy Post Pandemic Life,” says flexibility is key.
Tony Daniel Klein worked at the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility until 2018, before he resigned and went to work at Legacy Health
For women in prison to be believed, they are not only required to prove their allegations true, they also have to overcome their criminal histories.