As the Idaho Department of Fish and Game has celebrated its 75th anniversary this year, a number of wild tales of wildlife management have surfaced, and none are better than Geronimo’s.
Police are looking for two men who broke into a house near the Fairgrounds in Vancouver on Wednesday morning.
A watchdog group is challenging the environmentally friendly "green lumber" certification for Seattle-based Plum Creek Timberlands, one of the nation's biggest landowners and timber producers.
Nearly two weeks after opening shop in Portland, the ride-sharing company Uber agreed to halt operations for three months while Mayor Charlie Hales starts reviewing the city’s Private For-Hire Transportation system.
A Camas High School employee accused of inappropriately touching female students during school hours has been placed on administrative leave, police officials said.
Thomas Robinson was rewarded with a standing ovation during his very first NBA start.
A Subway restaurant in Tigard was robbed at gunpoint yesterday just after 3 a.m. on Pacific Highway.
A daughter tried to hide in a dryer when authorities came out to her mom's house to arrest the two after they stole a man's credit cards in Longview.
Cuban-Americans react to policy changes between the United States and Cuba.
Yesterday a man's body was found behind a business in Kelso, according to police.
A man wanted in connection with four pipe bombs thrown out of a car in Southeast Portland remains on the run. New information about Panschow’s criminal past shows he has a history of running from police. He did it in Benton County in 2006, and also in Tillamook County earlier this year.
Johns Hopkins University mistakenly sent nearly 300 applicants welcome messages when they were actually rejected or deferred, and now the school has issued an apology.
"In our community with such easy access to wild and natural areas, this program gives people the training to deal with illness and injuries where 911 is not readily accessible," said Roger Bailey, the Outdoor Program Supervisor with the City of Eugene.
Sierra Brown was heading home Dec. 7. Seconds after the 17-year-old drove into Gem County, she got too close to the edge of State Highway 52, drove off the shoulder, then overcorrected before tumbling 42 feet into the water.
We recently got the chance to tag along with the STAR 101.5 and KOMO News winners on their trip to Disneyland, aka The Happiest Place on Earth.