Businesses in Prineville, Oregon, are still humming with customers as the Symbiosis Festival winds down after Monday’s eclipse.
Watch this stunning 13-second video capturing the 2017 solar eclipse shot from Salem, Oregon.
While hundreds of thousands of Northwest residents were looking up, power companies were monitoring just how much solar power they lost during Monday’s sky-darkening eclipse.
Millions of people looked to the sky Monday to watch the first total solar eclipse in the U.S. in decades. But what's the experience like for people with visual impairments?
Thousands gathered Monday along Portland's downtown harbor wall and in the Willamette River to see the solar eclipse.
Some stores and restaurants along the path of totality in Oregon have seen an uptick in the lead-up to the eclipse; others have been only moderately busy.
Watch the NASA documentary of the event, see how Oregon reacted via our social map, or read NPR's blog from reporters who covered the eclipse live.
Mostly clear skies are in the forecast across Oregon Monday morning for the total solar eclipse event. But cloud cover on the coast could be an issue.
Traffic gets heavy around Madras Oregon, the center of the solar eclipse path of totality in the Beaver State.
The eclipse led to a big payday for one small-town Oregon radio station.