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Justices allow lower court rulings finding trans kids do not threaten privacy of cisgender peers to stand
Don Kirchhoff is believed to be the first person convicted under Oregon's new law making bias crimes felonies
Woman and one of her friends suffered minor injuries in assault in downtown Portland
Witnesses claim Fred Joseph Costanza punched Lauren Jackson in the face 10 times, breaking her jaw
The GOP isn't happy that Gov. Kate Brown is actually doing what she told voters she would do
Robert Oden allegedly attacked three men leaving a gay bar in Portland
Christina Ketcham argues that facial feminization surgery is an important part of treating her gender dysphoria
Oregon Court of Appeals to reconsider case and whether its earlier decision was influenced by anti-religious bias
Tuesday’s governor’s races were a mixed bag for LGBTQ candidates. Voters in Colorado picked U.S. Rep. Jared Polis to become America’s first openly gay governor. One of...
Jazz Lyles says fellow contractors frequently misgendered and insulted them, and that supervisors failed to act
A federal judge in Oregon has dismissed a lawsuit that sought to reverse a rural school district’s policy allowing transgender individuals to use restrooms, locker...
Couple and community members criticize Portland Police's initial response to confrontation
The University of Oregon found that LGBTQ students experience twice as much bullying as their peers
Ambridge Event Center says the church broke their contract over the center's attempts to rehab its image, costing it money
Oregon Democrats urge the Amtrak Police Department to investigate whether Aaron Salazar was the victim of a hate crime