Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
20: The number of feet cars must park away from an intersection under Oregon law. But state law gives cities leeway. Pedestrian advocates are lobbying the Portland City Council to line up with state law, according to Willamette Week.
2: Proposed ballot measures Secretary of State Bev Clarno rejected Thursday, according to environmental coalition Renew Oregon. Each would have required Oregon to ditch electricity sources that emit carbon in 25 years.
108: Pages of an investigative report released Thursday finding that a Washington state representative, Matt Shea, helped plan and promote the 2016 armed takeover of a federal wildlife refuge in Eastern Oregon, according to OPB.
4: Oregon representatives — all Democrats — who voted in favor of both articles of impeachment Wednesday, according to The Oregonian. The lone "no" in Oregon's U.S. House delegation was Republican Greg Walden.
0: CBD-infused alcohol that Oregonians will be able to buy starting Jan. 1. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission adopted a ban on beer and liquor infused with the non-psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, per OPB.
$35,000,000: Federal money allocated by Congress for new irrigation pipes in Central Oregon, according to OPB.
1975: Year Lori Gregory (then Lori Hitt) graduated from Forest Grove High School. Forty-four years later, a stranger found her class ring in her garden and returned it to Gregory, according to The Oregonian.
4-8: Inches of rain coastal areas of the Northwest can expect to receive through Saturday, according to CNN.
$11,500: Amount state regulators are fining the Oregon School for the Deaf for hazardous waste violations, according to The Statesman-Journal.
22: Containers of unused pesticides and chemicals regulators found at the school in a storage shed, the Statesman-Journal reports.