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Maxville's Black and White children often played together outside of school hours.  

The Centennial Gala will be held Sept. 7 at Oregon Historical Society

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(Photo courtesy of Oregon Community Foundation) 

Dozens of Black community, business and arts leaders Reveal future vision for Albina Arts Center

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Five people affiliated with white nationalist hate group Patriot Front are suing a Seattle-area man who they say infiltrated the group and disclosed their identities online, leading them to lose their jobs and face harassment.

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(AP Photo/Tim Booth) 

Oregon State is fighting right now. For relevance in a rapidly morphing college sports landscape. For financial certainty. For stability and a place to call home.

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Intisar Abioto curates a show of 67 influential Black artists, to open in September.

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LaVonne Griffin-Valade, Oregon Secretary of State  

The 10 Republican state senators in Oregon who racked up more than 10 unexcused absences during a walkout in the most recent legislative session can't run for reelection in 2024, the state’s elections chief said Tuesday.

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Shootings and other attacks are increasing at hospitals across the U.S., contributing to health care becoming one of the nation's most violent fields. Numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show American health care workers are now far more likely to suffer nonfatal injuries by violence than workers in any other profession, including law enforcement

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Washington’s leadership says stability was at the forefront of its decision to join the Big Ten Conference. Washington President Ana Mari Cauce said there were several concerns that led to Washington and Oregon saying goodbye to their collective heritage to become the 17th and 18th members of the Big Ten beginning in 2024. Utah, Arizona and Arizona State are leaving for the Big 12

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Paul Knauls senior, aka "The Mayor of Northeast Portland" 

A short film about Geneva and Paul Knauls anchors an event highlighting local innovation.

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(Photo/ Dan Meyers) 

The Hanford nuclear site in eastern Washington state is the most toxic site in the U.S.

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