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SEXUAL HARASSMENT: The Oregon Legislature reaches a $1.3 million settlement over sexual harassment. Read more.
ETHICS CHARGES: Cylvia Hayes, Oregon’s former first lady, agrees to settle ethics charges for $44,000. Read more.
BABY’S DEATH: A baby’s death at an an Oregon day care was kept quiet by the state during the heated governor’s race. Read more.
SAVED BY SAUCE: An Oregon man who survived being snowbound by eating taco sauce packets for five days gets a year of free Taco Bell food. Read more.
DAIRY IN DANGER: A family dispute jeopardizes Portland’s Alpenrose Dairy. Read more.
GRAPHIC TALKS: A Colorado man was arrested after having “extremely graphic” talks with a Beaverton teen, police say. Read more.
MEASLES OUTBREAK: Clark County identifies another place people might have been exposed to the measles. Read more.
BASKETBALL CORRUPTION: An Adidas manager is sentenced to nine months in a basketball corruption case. Read more.
HOT POT: Destination hot pot restaurant Hot Pot King is open now in Happy Valley. Read more.
#IRONY: A Fred Meyer loss prevention manager is found guilty of stealing nearly $230,000 from a Portland store. Read more.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Tonya Harding survived domestic violence and will share her story at a University of Oregon fundraiser. Read more.
GUN THREATS: A former Oregon State student is sentenced to time served for threats to shoot up the campus. Read more.
SCHOOL CALENDAR: A Portland elementary school’s year-round calendar is guaranteed through 2020, the superintendent says. Read more.
BATHROOM INCIDENTS: Portland State University warns students of multiple suspicious incidents in the campus bathrooms. Read more.
OREGON DUCKS: How quickly will Kayvon Thibodeaux ascend Oregon’s depth chart? Read more.
OREGON POLITICS: Sen. Jeff Merkley says he will not run for president in 2020. Read more.
HOTEL TAX: Portland sues Shilo Inn over an unpaid hotel tax bill. Read more.
SENATE LEADER: Oregon Senate President Peter Courtney is taking medical leave. Read more.
ABUSE ALLEGED: Powerful Portland activist Terry Bean tried to bribe a teen into silence after sexually abusing him, a $6 million suit claims. Read more.
Only in Oregon
OREGON HERITAGE: 21 Oregon events that have been named our official “heritage traditions.” Read more.
Today in history
AROUND THE WORLD: On March 6, 1857, the U.S. Supreme Court, in Dred Scott v. Sandford, ruled 7-2 that Scott, a slave, was not an American citizen and therefore could not sue for his freedom in federal court.
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