local | NW Life | Environment | Recreation
OSP Fish and Wildlife is the state’s main line of defense to uphold hunting and fishing laws. Troopers like Dain Gardner are out on patrol year-round across the state.
There was a time when the man behind Cannon Beach’s iconic “mooing” sirens was skeptical about the need for a tsunami warning system.
Nation | Communities | NW Life
A hearing before Judge Cheryl Albrecht is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon in Multnomah County Circuit Court.
Creswell’s ban on recreational marijuana sales will remain in place, and pot company One Gro’s plans to sell marijuana in the southern Lane County city have gone up in smoke.
A therapeutic horseback-riding program that started operating in mid-September in Klamath Falls is providing a calming environment for riders diagnosed with developmental and other disabilities.
local | Education | NW Life | News | Chemawa Indian School
Any high school–aged member of a federally recognized Indian tribe is eligible for a free education at Chemawa Indian School, room and board included. But the Salem boarding school has struggled to meet students' academic needs.
Members of Congressional delegations from Oregon and Washington state say the Trump administration has walked away from the federal government's obligation to build new homes and villages for Indians whose original abodes were submerged by the building of dams along the Columbia River decades ago.