Wolves in Oregon have hit the threshold for consideration of taking them off the state endangered species list.
Holland America Line's cruise ship ms Veendam answered a request for assistance from the United States Coast Guard to rescue the pilot, who had ditched his single-engine Cirrus SR-22 after he experienced a mechanical issue with the fuel system.
Unable to solve a fuel problem, a pilot deployed his aircraft's parachute, landed in the ocean off Maui and floated in a small raft until the crew of a cruise ship came to his rescue Sunday.
Cliff Peck found a camera in the parking lot at Manley's Tavern in Crescent Lake last fall. Intending to try to find the owner, he took the camera home, set it on a shelf and forgot about it. Until Sunday, that is.
A Gresham man counted among the top skiers and mountaineers in the world is dead. Dave Rosenbarger was killed Friday by an avalanche on Mt. Blanc in Italy.
Idaho Fish and Game biologist Jim Hayden made the comments Thursday shortly before giving a presentation to the Idaho Fish and Game Commission in Boise.
A 30-foot gray whale has turned up dead under the Washington state ferry terminal in downtown Seattle, where its stench is wafting into the noses of thousands of daily commuters.
A storm packing blizzard conditions spun up the East Coast early Tuesday, pounding coastal eastern Long Island into Maine with high winds and heavy snow, but it failed to live up to the hype in big cities like Philadelphia and New York, which canceled its travel ban amid better-than-expected weather conditions.
Search and Rescue crews found a person’s body after getting reports early Thursday morning that someone had fallen off a cliff at Goat Mountain near Clear Lake.
A landslide moved a Camas woman’s backyard up the the back door of her neighbor's house overnight Saturday. Now the homeowners, insurance companies, city and county officials, and engineers are still trying to figure out the muddy mess.
A dog protecting its owner wouldn't let a manager at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge approach the duck blind where the hunter had fatally collapsed.
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Department is sending the bear to the Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary near McCall, Idaho.
Alaska State Troopers say an Oregon man died while climbing Mount Yukla on Sunday.
More hikers are expected on the Pacific Crest Trail this year thanks to the movie "Wild," according to the Pacific Crest Trail Association, which preserves and promotes the trail.
Take a hike on Proxy Falls Trail during summer or autumn, and there's a good chance you'll have company. Come back in winter, though, when the highway is closed to vehicles and the preferred mode of transportation is skis or snowshoes, and it's a far different experience.
The picture, captured moments after Saturday’s massive crash on I-84 in Eastern Oregon, tells only part of the story.
A the story about an Idaho angler who caught a whopper of a rainbow trout -- 28 pounds in fact - went national on sites including Yahoo! and CNN.
Now a 12-year-old Eagle girl has just set the world record for largest yellow perch caught while ice fishing.
Repairs are complete to one of the malfunctioning gates at Leaburg Dam. The $3 million fix means that Eugene Water and Electric Board can begin to refill the reservoir behind the dam.
Ground was broken this week on a tsunami-proof school building on the coast at Westport. It is the first of its kind in North America.
Landslides triggered by recent wet weather have closed two Bureau of Land Management forest roads.
Members of the Junction Butte pack seemed to be fleeing from the Prospect Peak wolves gathering on the opposite side of the Lamar River
The Bureau of Land Management says the 95-foot-tall lighthouse has been surrounded by scaffolding and wrapping since mid-October as old paint was removed and a natural cement wash was applied.
State veterinarians say they've put out a call across the continent for an accredited zoo that can rehabilitate a scrawny but otherwise healthy bear that fell from a tree in Southern Oregon earlier this month.
Biologists are trying figure out why there's a mass starvation of Cassin's auklets along the West Coast. The number could reach as high as 100,000.