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A rundown of the day's top Portland and Oregon headlines from The Oregonian/OregonLive.

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A rundown of the day's top Portland and Oregon headlines from The Oregonian/OregonLive.

    Prosecutors won't charge most arrested in Portland protests

    Prosecutors won't charge most arrested in Portland protests

    Oregon lawmakers work late in one-day special session over budget crisis. Pac-12 postpones all college sports through 2020. A lucky few can spend the night in world's last last Blockbuster Video.
     
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    Portland protest leader arrested, released without charges

    Portland protest leader arrested, released without charges

    Portland-based Precision Castparts cuts 10,000 jobs. Judge rules Oregon city violated homeless residents' rights by ticketing. Perseid meteor shower peaks this week. Portland labradoodle, lost in another state, finds her way home.
     
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    Oregon lawmakers to meet over budget gap, police use of force

    Oregon lawmakers to meet over budget gap, police use of force

    Oregon modeling suggests coronavirus spread has slowed. Oregon contact tracers aren't asking about bars, restaurants. Effect of Trump unemployment benefit order remains unclear.
     
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    Portland Police disproportionately use force on Black people

    Portland Police disproportionately use force on Black people

    Oregon college students want hybrid online and in-person instruction; Multnomah County Library begins announcing layoffs; Oregon surpasses 20,000 known coronavirus cases.
     
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    Oregon's long-delayed unemployment computer upgrade is again in doubt

    Oregon's long-delayed unemployment computer upgrade is again in doubt

    Oregon governor weighs travel restrictions to curb coronavirus spread. Oregon high school sports delayed until 2021. Sen. Ron Wyden proposes Medicaid funding for policing alternative.
     
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    A taxpayer-funded agency has become the Oregon timber industry's de facto lobbying arm

    A taxpayer-funded agency has become the Oregon timber industry's de facto lobbying arm

    A medical center is surveying Portlanders about tear gas exposure. Two Portlanders testify to U.S. lawmakers, urging investigations into federal policing of protests.Warm Springs Reservation extends quarantine.
     
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