35 units eyed for tiny infill site on Aurora
By BRIAN MILLER
When the Nautica Condominiums were built in the early 1990s at 1425 Dexter Ave. N., the developers placed covenants on a tiny parcel they also owned to the south to protect views and parking-access for the condo owners.
Woman sues UO after roof tile falls
A Sutherlin woman is suing the University of Oregon after she was hit by what she called a “flying metal plate” during a 2015 Ducks game.
Sheriff says Idaho jail needs upgrades
The Bannock County Sheriff says the county's jail is overcrowded and several structural issues at the facility have the potential to become serious threats to the safety of both inmates and staff.
$100M approved to expand I-84 corridor
Idaho Transportation Board officials have approved more than $100 million to expand a major interstate corridor in southwestern Idaho.
Workers started fire at Portland high rise
Portland fire officials say workers installing roofing material unintentionally started a fire on the roof of a vacant high-rise building Sunday morning.
UO to start $39M hall
By SAUL HUBBARD
Tykeson Hall will have student advising and career center space.
One missing, seven injured in Louisiana gas platform blast
By KEVIN McGILL
Authorities on the scene reported that cleaning chemicals had ignited on the structure, but Clovelly Oil Co. said the cause of the blast was unknown.
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