Grays Harbor County, Washington, is the first county in the Northwest to strike back against pricey recreation permits now being required by some large timber companies.
Three people were arrested at a protest Monday at the Seneca-Jones Biomass plant in north Eugene. The Lane County Sheriff's Office says about 100 people gathered outside the facility to oppose the biomass operation and the company's plans to log old growth trees in southwest Oregon.
More people in the Northwest support coal export terminals than oppose them. Those are the results of a new survey.
A decision by state officials to euthanize a cougar in east Portland last week is drawing criticism from some wildlife experts – and raising questions on how concerned residents should be.
Oregon wildlife officials have euthanized a cougar that was captured in the backyard of a Portland home.
Oregon voters will likely decide in November whether the state should require the labeling of genetically engineered foods.
Newly released documents show that three trains are hauling oil from North Dakota each week to a Columbia River shipping terminal in northwestern Oregon.
Well before the Obama administration’s latest push to curb coal plant emissions, some utility companies were turning from coal to natural gas. Exhibit A: Portland General Electric is building a natural gas plant next to a coal plant that will soon shut down.
The operator of an oil-shipping terminal near Clatskanie in Northwest Oregon is being sued by environmental groups that say the facility lacks the proper permits and is doing environmental harm to local communities.
BNSF Railway now hauls nearly 20 trains per week of crude oil through the Pacific Northwest. Railroad workers and industry experts say that while railroads have gotten safer over the years, a culture remains that silences whistleblowers and prioritizes speed over safety.