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Red-light cameras in Oregon could soon be also nabbing drivers for speeding. The Oregon House could vote as soon as Monday on a bill that would allow cities to use the cameras to issue speeding tickets.

The Washington Soldiers Home has been ordered to take steps to protect it residents. The order by outside regulators follows a recent investigation that found “widespread deficiencies” at the nursing home for veterans.

The Washington Soldiers Home is a state-run facility that serves veterans, their spouses or widows and Gold Star parents.

One of the largest state workers unions rallied in front of the Oregon Capitol Friday. Members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees said budget-balancing discussions by Oregon lawmakers unfairly target public employees.

British Columbia’s government has taken the next step in a long running legal dispute with an Indian tribe in Washington state.

The case dates back to 2009 when Washington resident and defendant Rick Desautel knowingly hunted elk illegally in British Columbia.

Adventure, Indigenous Travel Becoming More Popular

Apr 28, 2017

So where are you going to vacation this summer? More and more people are choosing to stretch beyond the traditional themes — the beach, camping, theme parks — and trying things that challenge them physically, mentally and emotionally.

This month members of the Adventure Travel Trade Association held their annual conference in Coeur d’Alene to talk about the changes in their industry.