One of the best places in the world to bring back gray wolves is right here in the Pacific Northwest, according to a new study. The wolves were wiped out in the early 1900s.
Canadian oil has found a new route to Asia: It’s moving by rail through Washington to a shipping terminal in Portland.
The Pacific Ocean is finally starting to cool down after several years of unusually warm water parked off Washington, Oregon and California.
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First responders say they continue to deploy law enforcement and search and rescue teams to rescue hikers entering closed-off areas of the Columbia River Gorge.
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In Klamath Falls Tuesday, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown signed an executive order declaring a drought emergency in Klamath County.
Legend Solar was a rising star in the green energy industry. But now, customers say the company took money for solar panels that were never delivered.
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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told a Washington state lawmaker that his proposal for offshore oil and gas drilling will have the "interests of Washington" reflected in that plan.
Environmental groups took a formal step Monday to increase protections for the Siskiyou Mountains salamander in an area targeted for increased logging.
Fishermen used to stand next to Chinooks almost as tall as they are. But a century's worth of dam-building, overfishing, habitat loss and hatcheries has cut the size of the average fish in half.
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Oysters are a cornerstone of Pacific Northwest cuisine. But there was a time when our region’s oysters were in trouble, all but obliterated by over-harvesting and pollution.