Agriculture | News | Water | Science | Climate change | Environment | Pacific Ocean | Nation | World | NW LifeAP | Sept. 30, 2016 8:12 a.m.
A new study finds that unusually warm Pacific Ocean temperatures helped cause a massive bloom of toxic algae last year that closed lucrative fisheries from California to British Columbia and disrupted marine life from seabirds to sea lions.
Election | local | Family | News | Water | Technology | Science | Politics | Environment | Pacific Ocean | Health | Economy | Communities | Nation | Parents | Business | NW Life | Unprepared: Will We Be Ready For The Megaquake In Oregon?OPB | Sept. 28, 2016 1:32 p.m. | Portland
OSU is ignoring the advice of some of its ocean scientists by building a $50 million research center in Newport's tsunami zone.
Voters in the Columbia River Gorge approved a measure aimed at blocking Nestle from putting in a water bottling plant. But four months later, activists are still protesting.
local | News | Water | Science | Environment | Flora and FaunaNorthwest News Network | Sept. 16, 2016 1:30 p.m.
Researchers from the University of Washington and the Northwest Fisheries Science Center found the opposite of what they expected when they used a new scientific method to sample the waters of Puget Sound.
After 28 years at Portland Public Schools, Andy Fridley was suspended and given 15 minutes to pack his office. Now gone, he's offered a lengthy response to the PPS lead investigation.
Carina Miller, a Warm Springs tribal council member, took in the back-and-forth Dakota Access Pipeline news all while driving back to Oregon from the protest.
local | News | Environment | WaterOPB/EarthFix | Sept. 5, 2016 3:38 p.m. | Portland
Leaders with the city of Portland say the $746 million plan to clean up the Portland Harbor Superfund Site isn't perfect, but it's good enough to move forward.
Election | local | News | Water | Science | Politics | Environment | Education | Pacific Ocean | Teachers | ParentsOPB | Sept. 2, 2016 10:52 a.m. | Portland
The Seaside School Board unanimously approved a bond measure Thursday to build a new campus outside the tsunami zone.
Individuals could be on their own for two weeks after the Cascadia Subduction Zone quake. Make sure you're prepared by having enough water ready.
Steamboat Creek supports one of the last runs of wild summer steelhead in the Northwest. Fishermen and conservationists want to keep it that way.