Author: KGW Staff PORTLAND, Ore. (KGW) — The Oregon Attorney General announced on Monday the launch of a hotline to provide people with guidance about the state’s reproductive health laws. The announcement from Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum came one day ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – A new year means new laws for Oregonians, what you need to know going into 2021. For starters, the tobacco tax is increasing, therefore, expect to see at least a $2 rise on tobacco products, such as ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Right now, stores in Oregon are prepping for the plastic bag ban going into effect. Beginning January 1st, plastic bags will be banned statewide. If shoppers don’t bring re-usable bags for their groceries, they’ll be charged 5 ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– For some, southern Oregon has been a place to live life by the countryside. With beautiful valleys, pristine rivers and just a touch of the urban jungle, many have found their way here to enjoy what could be ...

MEDFORD, Ore.–  A lawsuit filed in Jackson County Court yesterday is claiming Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart are breaking Oregon law by refusing to sell guns to people under 21. 20-year-old Tyler Watson may be the first young adult in the ...

Portland, Ore. – A lawsuit filed against an Oregon Coast gun dealer is moving forward after a Multnomah County judge denied the dealer’s motions to dismiss. The wrongful death suit is the result of a fatal shooting in April 2013. ...

Salem, Ore. – Oregon State lawmakers are one step closer to shielding marijuana users’ information from federal officials. The bipartisan proposal would protect consumers by getting rid of a digital paper trail of names, birth dates, addresses and other personal ...

Lake Oswego, Ore. (KGW) — Reverend Jeremy Lucas is becoming a quick celebrity. All the attention came after he won a raffle to send a girls’ softball team on a trip. Rev. Lucas said, “I bought 150 tickets, spent around ...

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