Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
60,000: Oregonians who could lose food stamps under a push by the federal government to tighten eligibility requirements for the program, according to The Oregonian.
911,000: Approximate number of Oregonians who receive the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamps, according to OPB.
552,900: Oregonians who are food insecure, according to the Oregon Food Bank.
194,070: Of those who are food insecure, those who are children.
$2.8 million: Amount Oregon received as part of a nationwide settlement with credit monitor Equifax.
47: Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's rank among U.S. governors in terms of popularity in their own states, according to a survey from Morning Consult, reported by The Oregonian.
1/6: Rate of Oregon students chronically absent from school, according to NPR.
420: Approximate age of a Douglas Fir that loggers cut down in an Oregon State University research forest, according to CNN. OSU now says that was a mistake and plans to update its forest management plan.
160: Maximum age of trees that can be logged on Oregon State University research forests under a new moratorium, CNN reports.
10: Confirmed cases of whales that have gotten entangled in commercial fishing nets this year in Oregon, Washington and California, according to The Astorian.