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News | Environment | Renewable energy | Economy | Communities | Politics | Energy | Land useApril 29, 2015 11:23 p.m.
Oregon's Land Use Board of Appeals Wednesday upheld the rejection of a permit for a liquefied natural gas facility proposed for Warrenton.
A conservation group has convinced Oregon's Court of Appeals that state-approved water permits in the Clackamas River could have been bad for threatened fish.
News | local | OPB News BlogOct. 31, 2014 2:21 p.m.
Headlines for Friday, Oct. 31: The National Park Service has identified a primary suspect in vandalism cases at national parks in the West, studded tires can be used starting Saturday, an OSU study says Ebola could be contained by March, and more.
Environmental groups filed a petition with the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality in October asking the agency to reconsider its air quality permit for an oil train terminal on the Columbia River. This week the agency denied the petition.
Local and national environmental groups filed a petition Friday claiming Oregon erred in granting an air quality permit to Oregon’s largest oil train terminal.
The developer of the proposed Morrow Pacific coal export project, as well as two project supporters, are appealing the state of Oregon's decision to deny a permit for a dock on the Columbia River.
The state of Oregon has approved hearings for two of three challenges to the recent Morrow Pacific coal export permit denial.
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 regulators announced Monday they will not issue a permit for a controversial coal export dock in Boardman.
Oregon regulators plan to decide Monday whether to deny a permit for a coal export dock in Boardman to preserve tribal fishing on the Columbia River.
Share your favorite "Oregon moment" by entering the Oregon Art Beat and Portland Art Museum photo contest. Find out how to enter and what you could win.
Portland-area residents are capitalizing on Pokémon Go as a business venture, providing services like personal drivers, professional trainers, egg hatchers and more.
The summer concert season is wrapping up. But while the Northwest festival scene is thriving, concertgoers are parting with more money to see summer shows.