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Residents of a Southern Oregon community who say herbicide spraying made them sick have now filed a lawsuit challenging a state law shielding farming and forestry from liability.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality approved a new air quality permit Tuesday for Oregon’s only oil train terminal in Clatskanie and received roughly 1,400 comments in the process.
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists have discovered the first documented examples of Oregon chinook salmon spawning without swimming to the ocean and back.
The Oregon Department of Forestry is unveiling an overhaul of how it tracks what happens on forests within the state. Forest pesticide watchdogs were among the harshest critics of the old system and remain disappointed in the new one.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture has issued a $10,000 civil penalty and a one-year license revocation to Pacific Air Research, Inc., the company involved in a forest herbicide application that spilled onto homes near Gold Beach.
BNSF Railway trains in the Pacific Northwest could soon have one-man crews.
It's been a bad week for Tesoro in the press. A KUOW investigation revealed that four years after a deadly blast at the company's plant in Anacortes, no one has been held accountable. Now, the Sightline Institute has issued a scathing report on Tesoro's practices.
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