Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said she thinks it'll take several months for businesses in the Columbia River Gorge to recover from the Eagle Creek Fire.
The flames tore into beloved places across the state, torching mountains and forests Oregonians traditionally pilgrimage to each summer and fall.
local | Transportation | NewsOPB | Sept. 21, 2017 4:22 p.m. | Portland
The eastbound lanes of Interstate 84 along the Columbia River Gorge could be open as early as Sunday evening or Monday morning.
After prolonged closures from the Eagle Creek Fire, the westbound lanes of Interstate 84 opened Thursday evening between Hood River and Troutdale.
Hood River County teachers and administrators have been working to keep students in school as firefighters attempt to contain the Eagle Creek Fire.
Fire containment numbers have increased to 13 percent as about 100 families are allowed to return home.
The fire brought together a run of show that included local, state and federal leaders talking about the lessons that can be learned from the fire burning in the Columbia River Gorge.
The Oregon Department of Transportation said Thursday it will keep Interstate 84 closed between Troutdale and Hood River at least through the weekend because of the Eagle Creek Fire.
Wildfire crews fought hard this week to preserve the area surrounding Multnomah Falls as the Eagle Creek Fire raged in the Columbia River Gorge.
As wildfires have swept across Oregon and Washington this summer, emergency shelters have become temporary homes for hundreds of people and, in some cases, their pets.
local | News | EnvironmentNorthwest News Network | Sept. 6, 2017 2:34 p.m.
The forest fires raging in the Columbia River Gorge are unlikely to disturb adult coho salmon right now. But Northwest tribal fishers are worried about...
Six types of resident fish in Washington's Hanford Reach aren't safe to eat on a regular basis.
local | Water | Politics | News | Fish & Wildlife | NW Life | EnvironmentAP | Aug. 10, 2017 2:53 p.m. | Boise
A group that represents farmers is calling the costs of saving imperiled salmon in the largest river system in the Pacific Northwest unsustainable and is turning to the Trump administration to sidestep endangered species laws
Water | local | NW Life | Animals | News | Fish & Wildlife | Land | EnvironmentStatesman Journal | Aug. 7, 2017 1:25 p.m.
State wildlife officials say wild steelhead in the upper Willamette Basin could go extinct in coming years because of sea lions feasting on the iconic fish at Willamette Falls.
An 18-year-old dream to reshape Troutdale's downtown riverfront appears to be dead in the water.
What does the next decade hold for killer whales that share the Puget Sound with millions of people and just a fraction of the salmon that historically were the beloved sea mammals; main food source.