Watch #ExplOregon #LiveOnKVAL Thursday, October 1, 2015, at 4 p.m., 8:15 p.m. or 11 p.m.
A popular hot spring will close in October while crews work to stabilize the hillside behind the top soaking pool, the USDA Forest Service said.
Lane County plans to set fire to its largest park - on purpose.
A big, hairy mystery is unfolding in a remote community off the coast of northern Vancouver Island.
A new study comparing bird communities six decades apart at five sites in Oregon’s Willamette Valley has documented the loss of roughly 50 percent of the bird species – yet at the same time, recorded almost the same number of new species.
Water tests found high E. coli counts in the Umpqua Hot Springs, prompting the USDA Forest Service to issue an emergency closure of the recreational site in the North Umpqua River recreation coordior.
Expansive views overlooking the lake, downtown CDA and stretching out to Post Falls. Situated on this two-acre site is an incredible 9,000 square-foot daylight rancher.
Take a look at the moon Sunday night if you don’t want to miss a unique lunar eclipse. This unusual sight is a combined Harvest Moon, Super Moon and total lunar eclipse.
From Earth, the fully eclipsed moon will appear to take on a deep crimson hue Sunday, illuminated only by light from the Earth's sunrise and sunset. What does that look like from the moon?
Get ready for a rare double feature this weekend, starring our very own moon.
If you miss Sunday's total eclipse the the supermoon, you won't have another chance to see one until the year 2033.
Interactive maps offer access to large fire information, as well as air quality and evacuation notices.
The Northern Oregon/Southern Washington Marine Mammal Stranding Network responded to two adult harbor seals, one adult Steller sea lion and a 7-foot striped dolphin that were all believed to be close to shore after being attacked.
Three orphaned cougar cubs — with fuzzy, spotted coats, baby-blue eyes and some surprisingly big voices — have briefly taken up residence behind the scenes at the Oregon Zoo’s veterinary medical center.
There are enough aggressive deer plodding along the city streets in Ashland that the mayor is planning a summit on the issue.
The U.S. Interior Department says the greater sage grouse does not need federal protections across Oregon and 10 other Western states after some limits were put on energy development and other activities.
The scope of devastation from one of California's most destructive wildfires is becoming clearer, and so too is the size of the humanitarian need in one of the state's poorer counties.
Razor clamming was scheduled to resume on Oct. 1. Razor clamming along the entire Oregon coast has been closed since May 14.
Two dogs suffered injuries consistent with a wolf attack last month in a part of Oregon with no recent confirmed wolf activity.
It's not easy to create your own optical illusion, but mountain climbers and hikers who have ever been out and about on a sunny and foggy day did just that, creating what's known as a "Brocken spectre."
Officers with the State Department of Fish and Wildlife are searching the residential area of Port Orchard for a wounded 300-pound bear.
A bat tested positive for rabies last week, bringing to 3 the number of bats found infected with the diseases this year in Benton County alone.
Efforts to recover the body of a mountain climber who fell to his death on Three Fingered Jack on Sunday afternoon were to resume Monday, weather permitting, the Linn County Sheriff's Office said.
Fire crews faced challenging conditions while fighting a 2-alarm fire overnight at Kadow’s Marina along the Columbia River.
Nobody left the track spotless...not even the photographer.