Coastal Oregon communities grappling with rise in elk population
Oregon's coastal communities are looking into elk culls to regulate their population. The question is: How many elk is too many elk?
2 sinkholes have appeared on Oregon’s north coast. Here’s more on why they happen
A second sinkhole has appeared at Cape Kiwanda on Oregon’s north coast. A state geologist helps breakdown why these happen.
This Oregon Coast garden club is celebrating its 75th anniversary
The Seal Rock Garden Club has been a horticultural resource on the Oregon Coast for three-quarters of a century, starting in a $306 shed.
Wading, not swimming, was the precursor to tragedy at Cannon Beach on Friday
Four Beaverton students initially reported to be swimming in the ocean last Friday before they disappeared were actually wading in knee-deep water.
Second sinkhole appears at Cape Kiwanda near 25-foot-wide pit
The second sinkhole is about 30 feet deep. The first sinkhole measures about 25 feet across and 15 feet deep.
Southern Oregon nonprofit offers mobility option for people with disabilities to enjoy the outdoors
David’s Chair aims to avoid potential indignity and inconvenience for people with disabilities by providing tough, chunky, get-anywhere wheelchairs.
‘Freaky-looking’ fanged fishes found on Oregon coastline
Several scaleless fish with fanged jaws and huge eyes known as lancetfish have washed up along a roughly 200-mile stretch of Oregon coastline, and it’s unclear why.
As calls increase, staffing shortages mount for volunteer fire departments in Cannon Beach and Coos Bay
Firefighters along the Oregon Coast say they’re struggling to meet increasing call volumes with fewer and fewer volunteers.
Shellfish growers in Northwest’s oyster capital want ‘blitz’ against invasive green crabs
Shellfish growers in Willapa Bay in southwest Washington, the self-styled "Oyster Capital of the World," are alarmed by an invasion of potentially destructive nonnative European green crabs. Some are asking for an all-out trapping offensive to corral the invasive species.
On the south Oregon Coast, the Port of Coos Bay aims to become a major shipping hub
The Port of Coos Bay is the only shipping facility between San Francisco and Portland. Efforts are underway to expand its capacity and create what would be called the Pacific Coast Intermodal Port.