Hundreds of people cheered as 303 polar plunge participants raced without hesitation into the cold Willamette River in support of Special Olympics Oregon athletes.
When winter arrived early in the mountains of northeastern Oregon, a team of state employees and private contractors set out in the snow for the top of an 8,000-foot mountain to install a 20-foot radio antenna to serve as a lifeline for fish and game officers in a remote corner of the state.
This wolf control fund's proponents argue existing measures by federal trappers and hunters aren't enough to tackle wolves that prey on sheep, cattle and elk herds coveted by hunters.
The Charleston Fishermen's Memorial has been here since 1990 as a way for the Oregon Coast community to honor those who dedicated their life to the fishing industry.
A new study suggests that the magma sitting 4-5 kilometers beneath the surface of Oregon’s Mount Hood has been stored in near-solid conditions for thousands of years, but that the time it takes to liquefy and potentially erupt is surprisingly short – perhaps as little as a couple of months.
Gusty winds, heavy rain and mountain snow all combined to create weather mayhem Sunday night and Monday morning across Western Washington.
The mountaineering community in Western Washington and worldwide is mourning the death of one of its elite athletes. Speed climber Chad Kellogg hit by falling rock during descent.
Practicing six days a week has paid off for an Oakland teen, who recently had his hard work pay off in Vegas.
John Zelnicker, very much a Southern Gentleman, opens the door of his home for his guest, Michele Savelle. She has traveled all the way from Seattle to Mobile, Alabama to see some letters, and to peer into the naked heart of her own father as a young, wild-eyed romantic.
Scientists on Friday partially encased a mammoth tusk in plaster as they prepared to extract it from the 30-foot-deep pit where it was found this week at a downtown Seattle construction site.
More University of Oregon students bike, walk or take the bus to class than drive, according to the school's bicycle program coordinator. The findings were part of the public release of a new study about college campuses and transportation conducted by OSPIRG.
The Spokesman-Review reports that Fish and Game officials also want to expand hunting for bears and cougars to kill more of those predators.
A driver escaped injury when a rock slide sent boulders tumbling on Interstate 84, hitting his car.
An oily waste spill into Hood Canal at the Bangor naval submarine base is about 13 times larger than first estimated, Navy officials said.