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Once known for resilience, the Northwest now seems baffled as regards an economic strategy for the recession.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.
Portland files lawsuit against Uber
The Uber vs. Portland showdown continues to progress, with the city filing a lawsuit on Monday afternoon against the transportation startup.
NY Times: Traveling Cheryl Strayed's Wild Oregon
Reese Witherspoon was here, too. But she had it a little easier.
Oregon's salmon license plate pays for bureaucrat's salary
The state promises online that the money will go directly to restoration projects to benefit salmon. Untrue.
Willamette U. football player held on murder charge
The senior chemistry major is charged in the death of a 66-year-old man.
Oregon leader: We'll legalize pot our way
The head of the Liquor Control Commission promises lots of transparency and attention to public wishes.
Oregon veterinarian caught up in SE Asian judicial system
The new nation of Timor-Leste has tossed the woman into jail without bail.
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