In 2003, a botched experiment by agribusiness giants Scotts Miracle-Gro and Monsanto unleashed a mutant strain of creeping bent grass across Oregon.
Fire officials say crews have made significant progress fighting the Substation Fire burning near The Dalles, Oregon, which was at 44 percent containment by Saturday midday.
In the Pacific Northwest, there is no long-term study that shows how butterflies as a whole are responding to habitat loss and climate change.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has fired a deputy who wore a sweatshirt that promotes a far-right group whose members have espoused racist, Islamophobic and sexist rhetoric.
An Oregon state senator who was at the center of an investigation into unwanted touching weighed in on how the policies could be improved.
Lawyers say 20 immigrant detainees being held at a federal correctional facility in Oregon have passed credible fear interviews, which help determine whether an immigrant may be eligible for asylum.
When summer hits in Wasco County, wheat ranchers like Jeff Kortge know to throw a water tank in the back of his truck. Before he heads out, he also grabs a CB radio, just in case he gets the call.
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The man who killed by exposure to the Substation Fire burning east of The Dalles died while trying to save a neighboring property, the Wasco County Sheriff's Office has confirmed.
In a surprise move, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has withdrawn one of President Donald Trump's judicial nominees just minutes before he was set for a confirmation vote.
A meeting that was part reunion, part education summit, brought together education leaders from New York and the Portland area.
Thoughts of suicide, hours of confinement and denial of medical care are among the complaints outlined in new federal court documents.