Legal pot is sparking new battles in unlikely places.
Justice? Sure. But no peace.
Oregon’s long war against pot prohibition ends today. Voters legalized marijuana last November by voting for Measure 91, but we’re just starting the skirmishes over
When a Portland computer programmer’s ex-wife accused him of sexual assault, he made a federal case out of it.
For years, the world of writing computer code has seemed hostile to women.
Female programmers complain about sexist presentations at tech conferences, harassment from fellow coders—and even
Suit claims Florida 4-year-old has "permanent" rash from resort's euphorbria.
A Florida family is suing the Portland bar and hotel chain McMenamins for $85,500, claiming their children suffered rashes from playing in poisonous plant beds at the McMenamins Edgefield resort in Troutdale.
The Zuk family filed the lawsuit in Multnomah County Circuit Court on Tuesday. The Gresham Outlook More
A Florida software company says the state’s marijuana overlords improperly awarded a $1.7 million contract to follow the flow of legal pot from farm to bong.
The company, BioTrackTHC, wants to provide the Oregon Liquor Control Commission with a seed-to-sale tracking system to prevent recreational weed from leaking onto the black market.
BioTrackTHC finished second in...
Why the Apartment Buildings You Hate Are Good For the City.
They pop up seemingly overnight, multiplying faster than food carts on every street corner in the city.Just a whisper of them transforms normally mild-mannered Portlanders into fire-breathing Trotskyi
The accusations ring out in bars. The
gripes spill onto Internet comment threads. And the complaints echo like
angry yodels down the newly built canyons of Southeast Division Street