Multnomah County Court Judge Henry Kantor today threw out a lawsuit today that Oracle America Corp., filed in February against five political consultants—Kevin Looper, Patricia McCaig, Scott Nelson, Tim Raphael an...More
Non-profit played a key role in opposing the Columbia River Crossing Project.
The Coalition for a Livable Future, a Portland nonprofit, is closing its doors, the group announced today. "After 21 years working across disciplines to create a more equitable and sustainable region, the Coalition for a Livable Future will be closing our doors at the end of June," the group said in a statement. "While it wasn’t an easy call to make, the real story is the CLF success...
Now that prosecutors have announced they won't press charges against whistle-blower Michael Rodgers, Rep. Knute Buehler (R-Bend) is seeking Gov. Kate Brown's support to beef up protections for future whistle-blowers.
Earlier this year, Rodgers refused a request to delete 6,000 of former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails from state servers. He then leaked those emails to WW</...More
Oregon politics is in the national news again—for the wrong reasons.
MSNBC's "Morning Joe" hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough today chewed on the case of Michael Rodgers, the whistleblower who refused a request to delete 6,000 of former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails...
Portland Fire & Rescue Chief Erin Janssens is trying to put out a blaze in her own office. The city Bureau of Human Resources last month completed an investigation into an allegation that Janssens grabbed a senior civilian fire bureau employee during a tense meeting in late 2013. Sources tell WW...
Decision follows signal yesterday from Gov. Kate Brown.
The District Attorneys of Marion and Yamhill County this afternoon released a statement saying they would not charge Michael Rodgers, the senior state IT official who refused to delete 6,000 of former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails and then leaked the emails to WW. The decision ...
Brown says Oregon instead should be "building trust and accountability in state government."
Gov. Kate Brown says the man who leaked former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails to WW should not face criminal charges.
Brown says she believes state IT manager Michael Rodgers acted to protect public records after Kitzhaber’s office requested in February that about 6,000 of Kitzhaber’s emails be deleted from state computers and based on what she's read, his acti...
The Eugene Register-Guard today came to the defense of Michael Rodgers, the state IT official who faces civil and criminal investigations after refusing a request to delete former Gov. John Kitzhaber's emails from state servers, and then leaking the emails to WW. State officials placed Rodgers on paid leave Feb. 20 and have pursued parallel investigations against h...