Water | Environment | News | localNorthwest News Network | June 26, 2016 5 p.m.
Every five years, a team convenes to evaluate long-term water supply and demand for the Columbia River Basin. For eastern Washington, the water supply will increase, but not when demand is highest.
Federal regulators are giving additional time to comment on their plan for cleaning up Portland’s most polluted stretch of the Willamette River.
Work is underway to restore a native water lily called the wocus to wetlands in the Klamath Basin — and with it a traditional Native American food and habitat for endangered fish.
Seven companies have filed a legal dispute with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency over the plans to clean up the Portland Harbor Superfund site.
Water | Energy | Environment | News | local | Oil Trains In The NorthwestEast Oregonian | June 16, 2016 11:24 a.m.
Following the oil train derailment in Mosier, the Oregon Department of Transportation requested the federal government put a moratorium on oil trains in the Columbia Gorge.
There’s no question now: the tui chub are back in Diamond Lake. What are we willing to do about it?