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What is hunting like in a country with some of the strictest gun regulations in the world?
Oregon's health insurance exchange has been struggling to sign up applicants. The state has asked people to submit paper applications, because of problems with its website.
local | News | OPB News BlogSept. 22, 2014 3 p.m.
Headlines for Monday, Sept. 22: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will gather feral horses on the Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge and put them up for adoption; search and rescue crews are still seeking a missing elk hunter in Vernonia; Oregon government officials are discussing how to manage recreational pot, in anticipation of voters approving Measure 91; and more.
Idaho Fish and Game officials say they’re suspending a plan to use a hired hunter to kill wolves in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness until at least November of 2015.
local | News | Sports | OPB News BlogDec. 29, 2014 5:17 p.m.
Days away from the Rose Bowl, Florida State has declared duck season with the release of a parody of the classic video game "Duck Hunt."
Oregon is increasing the number of cougars hunters can kill by about 25 percent. Considering hunters currently only take about one-third of the statewide quota, what difference will raising the limit make?
Former Centennial Superintendent Bob McKean is poised to lead Portland Public Schools as interim superintendent. That follows the withdrawal of recent Beaverton interim leader Paula Radich.
Portland Police Chief Larry O’Dea accidentally shot his friend in a Harney County hunting accident on April 21. Willamette Week first reported the incident Friday.
In an attempt to beat an online leak of their new album, Yeasayer has decided to leak the album themselves by hiding the tracks all over the internet. Ready, set, go.
Portlander and urban forager Rebecca Lerner has written a book that explores her relationship with nature and the elements. Watch a video as she takes us on a foraging expedition not far from the city.
Books | Entertainment | ArtsSept. 16, 2016 7:52 a.m.
The D.C. public library has hidden books throughout the city in stores, libraries and cafes. They're covered in black dust jackets with labels like FILTHY, TRASHY and PROFANE. Can you find all six?