local | Agriculture | Food | NewsNorthwest News Network | July 6, 2017 4:40 p.m.
Monday marked the start of the Northwest's bin-busting wheat harvest. Last year was big, but this year's wet winter and spring has poured on the yields.
This weekend, Washington’s Clark County brings back its 19th annual Alpacapalooza. The event celebrates the fluffy, smaller South American cousin of the llama.
local | NW Life | EnvironmentOPB | March 18, 2017 9:05 a.m. | Bend, Oregon
OPB members and guests from around Central Oregon said goodbye to "Oregon Field Guide" host Steve Amen, who is retiring after 28 years on the show.
Urban development is encroaching on forests and impacting the love lives of some songbirds in the Pacific Northwest.
The accumulated weight of snow has crushed an old lumber mill in Oregon, the main grocery store in a small Idaho town, a sports complex in Alaska and a conference center in Colorado, among others.
NW Life | History | local | News | Race In The NorthwestOPB | Dec. 7, 2016 8:45 a.m. | Hood River, Oregon
OPB has been asking people across the Pacific Northwest to talk about the role race plays in their daily lives. Today, a Hood River man with a complicated family history.
Climate change | NW Life | local | NewsOPB | Oct. 15, 2016 3:40 p.m. | Portland
Crews are cleaning up after a tornado ripped through Manzanita, Oregon, Friday. More bad weather is forecast for parts of the West Coast Saturday.
Every weekday at noon Think Out Loud hosts an hour of live, unscripted conversations on topics important to people in the Northwest. After countless conversations in 2015, the staff of Think Out Loud staff revisit some of their favorites.
WEDNESDAY: The co-founder 0f Blue Sky, a gallery in Northwest Portland, talks about the dynamic history of photography and where the medium might be headed.
MONDAY: We'll hear why starfish are disappearing along North America's Pacific shoreline and the future of coal terminals.
WEDNESDAY: Climate change modeling suggests that the Pacific Northwest could be less affected than the rest of the country.
THURSDAY: More than 70 Oregon businesses are calling for the state to take action on climate change.