Local doctors and nurses helped keep a 90-year-old promise to Hellen Keller Friday by helping restore sight to 14 Oregonians.
It took a drubbing in the marketplace and a trip through bankruptcy court, but Atlantic City's newest casino is doing a 180-degree turnaround.
The second Sunday Parkways of the year is happening this weekend in northeast Portland.
A rare opportunity has opened up at Crater Lake for cyclists, hikers and runners.
A new fish hatchery that will release nearly 3 million salmon to the wild each year is set to be dedicated Thursday in rural north-central Washington, marking the opening of the first hatchery designed and built under new scientific recommendations intended to boost fish survival rates in the Pacific Northwest.
As soon as the decades-old Twin Otter landed at Lukla airport, passengers burst out in applause. They do that for nearly every safe landing at the often terrifying airport at the gateway to Mount Everest.
We're sorry, sir, but we don't have any cars left. That was my unpleasant welcome to Michigan by Hertz.
Working in collaboration with local chefs and restaurants has boosted business 'significantly' for local food producers.
A new government report shows fewer U.S. adults are smoking.
The Terwilliger Hot Springs near Cougar Reservoir are a great place to visit - and an open secret in Western Oregon.
Growing lungs and other organs for transplant is still in the future, but scientists are working toward that goal. In several labs, scientists study how to build on the internal scaffolding of hearts, lungs, livers and kidneys of people and pigs to make custom-made implants.
Oregon park rangers say a loophole in the leash rule is allowing some dog owners to let their pets run free.
In only a few places in the United States can you walk over what was once lava and explore an underground lava tube crafted by molten rock.