An environmental assessment for a proposed oil-by-rail terminal in Vancouver, Washington says the project could have negative consequences for salmon and other fish in the Columbia River.
For the first time in two decades, beef is Oregon's No. 1 agricultural commodity.
A nonprofit trade organization based on philanthropy has reached out to help during the holiday - but had the offer turned down.
A Salem man has died in a Philippines jail after being arrested while on vacation.
The driver of an SUV is lucky to be alive after the vehicle took a huge hit from an Amtrak train in South Seattle, police said.
With the recent increase of gang violence in Portland, two brothers are responding by making a positive change within the city.
A homeless veteran has been living in of his car with his three dogs while he is searching for a new job.
An SUV crashed into a power pole along Powell Boulevard early Tuesday morning, cutting power to thousands in Southeast Portland.
Classrooms will be closed Tuesday at Western Washington University after hate speech against students of color surfaced on social media, school officials said.
Local authorities confirm deputies picked up Raven Cutler Monday night.
Hours after a gunman opened fire inside a classroom at Umpqua Community College on Oct. 1, Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin was the first official to speak publicly about what happened as his office led the investigation.
When we caught up with them, they had already traveled 37 hours. Bo & Jaime still had three hours ahead of them before reaching their home in Tidewater.
He's putting that proof in a new book for kids and parents.
Severely diminished container service at the Port of Portland hasn't yet irreversibly changed shipping strategies, but that pattern won't hold forever, according to a freight expert.
Making sure you have snow chains and extra warm clothes in your vehicle are great ways to help stay out of trouble.