The owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa, ordered to pay damages for denying service to a lesbian couple, have raised a record amount online.
For generations, kids would toss shoelace-tied old sneakers up and over power lines crisscrossing their streets. Now this.
A Catholic priest in Oregon has been placed on leave following allegations that he planted a hidden camera in his church's men's room.
The first openly gay person to be named the state's Teacher of the Year said he was harassed by supervisors and colleagues.
Young people shouldn't be broken down because of their sexual orientation or gender identity, says the state's bisexual governor. And now they won't be — at least in Oregon.
While the fine isn't final yet, the owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa are already raising funds to cover it — but GoFundMe won't host their campaign.
The antigay group has kept trying to intervene after Oregon's attorney general declined to defend the ban, but it's out of options now.
Oregon, Iowa, and Colorado have all seen one legislative chamber approve such a bill; the chance of further progress appears best in Oregon.