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MEASLES: Two new measles patients might have exposed others to the virus at sites in Washington, Clackamas and Lane counties, authorities said.
FAILING FORESTRY: Twelve people in Linn County are about to decide, for all Oregonians, how we value state forests.
TECH TAX BREAKS: Oregon law pits cash-strapped small towns against one another to offer the biggest tax savings to the companies that arguably need it the least.
STRIKE ENDS: A four-day strike at a handful of Burgerville locations ended Sunday but without a negotiated contract in place.
MOUSEKETEER DEATH: Police officers searching Dennis Day’s home stepped on his body but failed to find it for months, a lawyer for Day’s family claims.
SCHOOL PRIORITIES: Portland parents said they want schools use use new state cash to boost reading proficiency and provide mental health services.
VAPING DEATHS: The vaping-related lung illness epidemic that has raged across the country for two months could be cooling down, recently released federal data show.
TEENS ACCUSED: Three Portland minors shot and killed a man collecting cans in North Portland, then took his car to a Taco Bell, court documents allege.
TOM HALLMAN: A running group offers a different kind of escape for women in an Oregon prison.
FOR THE ‘GRAM: An elegant champagne photo of engaged Oregon couple led to comical fail when an Illinois couple tried the same thing.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: The public should see a video of what happened inside Parkrose High School during a shooting scare earlier this year, says Therese Bottomly, editor of The Oregonian/OregonLive.
Snap of the day
THE WITCHING OAR: Hundreds of paddle-wielding witches ditched their broomsticks and stormed the sunny Willamette River on Saturday for the third annual Stand Up Paddleboard Witch Paddle.
Today in history
AROUND THE WORLD: On Oct. 28, 1886, the Statue of Liberty, a gift from the people of France, was dedicated in New York Harbor by President Grover Cleveland.