A former U.S. Marine from Boise who lost his right leg and several fingers in an explosion in Afghanistan is making a second attempt to scale Mount Everest to inspire others like him.
Brady Adams, a former president of the Oregon Senate and a local booster who made fanciful sculptures of bears a signature of summer in downtown Grants Pass, has died. He was 70.
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The Language Arts Performance Task is like a research project under test conditions: three days of reading and writing. Seventh graders at H.B. Lee Middle School in the Reynolds School District remember it was hard, but it's been a few weeks since they took it, and the details are fading.
A look at some of the medical pros and cons of suppressing puberty in transgender teens. Oregon is the only state in the nation that will pay for children to undergo puberty suppression - if they're on the Oregon Health Plan.
On Saturday, the Groening family played a collection of their father's rarely seen experimental and industrial films to a packed house at the Hollywood Theater.
The Washington state Department of Health’s “Death Tables” provide an in-depth analysis of how, where and when Washingtonians die. The tables reveal insight into patterns of death across the state.