The federal government is preparing to stop protecting gray wolves in the lower 48 states, according to a draft document.
Nothing spoils a summer swim in your favorite lake like an algae bloom. These become more common as the weather warms up. One community is trying a new approach to restore water quality to their lake.
With the news of his departure from NASA still fresh, James Hansen will make a Northwest appearance Thursday. He'll speak in the evening at a World Affairs Council of Oregon event. At noon (PST), the pioneer of climate science will appear on OPB radio's Think Out Loud.
A federal agency at the center of the bitter water battles in the Klamath Basin has formally apologized to seven of its scientists who were accused of producing biased work.
Two plants that only grow in the area of the Hanford Reach National Monument have been listed as endangered species.
The Port of Vancouver in southwest Washington could start handling crude oil from North Dakota under an agreement announced Monday.
The largest dam removal in history is on hold because massive amounts of sediment released from above the dams have clogged a nearby city’s water treatment facilities.
A coalition of Northwest tribal leaders and politicians announce the formation of a new group to oppose transporting coal through the region for export to Asia.
Oregon salmon advocates hope to move forward developing a federally approved plan to allow cormorants to be killed where they are over-populated to reduce their impacts on salmon and steelhead runs.
After spending two decades producing clones from some of the world's biggest and oldest trees, a nonprofit group says it's time to start planting.