Officials are responding to a spill of oily bilge water in Washington's Puget Sound. The spill occurred at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor and has spread 10 miles north to Hood Canal.
The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality has issued three permits for the coal export terminal that Ambre Energy wants to build on the Columbia River in the Eastern Oregon town of Boardman.
This week, Oregon may join Washington in backing away from a proposal to protect bees by restricting certain pesticides.
Steelhead are disappearing once they leave their spawning rivers in the Puget Sound region. One scientist is hot on their tails in search of clues.
A beloved urban goat herd in Portland has found a temporary new home in the city.
Scientists from Washington State University are genetically modifying poplars to see if they can produce commercial quantities of the compound that gives roses their aroma.
As Northwest coal proposals crawl through approval processes, a plan to export coal through a B.C. terminal is also getting scrutiny.
Washington state law requires owners of abandoned or derelict vessels to pay the full costs of removing or disposing of the problem boats, but owners rarely do.
A new independent review finds the federal government used uncertain science when it proposed taking the gray wolf off the endangered species list across the Lower 48.
A company that’s shipping crude oil through the Pacific Northwest has announced it’s upgrading its fleet to safer tanker train cars.