A newly-combined state park on the coast has been named after the late Brian Booth, who helped set policy and direction for Oregon State Parks.
There's somewhat of a craze building on Mount Hood and it has nothing to do with skis or snowboards.
Boat inspections to keep invasive mussels and other exotic species from choking Oregon's waterways disinfected 51 boats last year, and the inspectors wonder how many they might have missed.
The Stargaze Yurt, north of Idaho City and 1.3 miles off Highway 21, is available to rent year-round through the Idaho Parks and Recreation Service. Photo by JERRY MANTER/KBOI2.com
Salmon have long been known to use their sense of smell to find their home river when it comes time to spawn, but how do they get close enough to smell the river?
Surgery, chemotherapy, radiation and the sheer life-altering diagnosis of breast cancer - it takes a huge toll on a woman.
Workers pulled a 1-ton boat from the sand Wednesday and disposed of the tsunami debris in a landfill.
The Pacific Northwest Sportsmen's Show kicked off its 38th year at the Expo Center on Wednesday - attracting a large crowd on its opening day.
President Barack Obama has picked Sally Jewell, a business executive who has earned national recognition for her support of outdoor recreation and habitat conservation, to lead the Interior Department, the White House said Wednesday.
A bulge near the prominent Cascade Range volcano known as South Sister has nearly stopped growing, scientists say.
The 400-page report released Monday was produced by federal scientists to help evaluate the project, which has been endorsed by the states of Oregon and California, the dam owners and 42 groups representing Indian tribes, salmon fishermen, farmers and conservation groups.
If you're thinking of climbing Mount St. Helens this year, now is the time to get your permit for the 2013 season.
Who says you can't ride a bike in the snow? All you need is a 'fat bike' with super wide tires that give you plenty of traction and keep you from slipping and sliding around.
A boat crew armed with seal bombs and shotguns loaded with firecrackers will be back on the Willamette River this year trying to keep sea lions from chowing down on salmon bottled up at Willamette Falls.