A driver walked away without a scratch after a collision with an elk totaled his car.
Despite valiant efforts to battle Mother Nature, the record-warm winter season has forced Snoqualmie Pass to close -- at least for the time being.
Right now no one is good enough to rehabilitate black bears in Oregon, where no rehab centers have the facilities, staff and policies in place to meet the meticulous protocols for ensuring that cubs raised in captivity don't turn into nuisance bears once released.
Has gazing up at the starry sky above ever made you smile? Maybe, just maybe, the cosmos is smiling back.
The mystery surrounding a white, milky rain that fell across Eastern Washington and parts of Oregon and Idaho Friday has a new theory, although I'd call it more of a tweak of the previous theory.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Wednesday the 3-year-old female killed in late December was the first wolf seen in northern Arizona in more than 70 years.
EUGENE, Ore. - They came wearing strange costumes to get cold and wet. They got what they came for even before they jumped into the Willamette River at Maurie Jacobs Park.
One of the oldest polar bears in America underwent a three-hour dental procedure Friday in Tacoma to remove an achy tooth.
To check on the health of the giant Pacific octopus population in Puget Sound, an unusual census takes place every year.
After a few days of sleuthing, meteorologist Greg Koch with the National Weather Service in Spokane has posted a blog on what they think is the likely cause of the strange-colored rain. In short: Blame Nevada.
While it's been a routine rainy day in Western Oregon, those over in southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon have had a strange phenomenon: A dirty, milky rain.
A captive killer whale that has been performing for decades at the Miami Seaquarium deserves the same protection as a small population of endangered orcas that spend time in Washington state waters, the federal government announced Wednesday.
Dozens of homes are engulfed by floodwaters Friday in the small town of Brinnon after extremely heavy rain overnight in rural Jefferson County forced the Duckabush River over its banks near Hood Canal.
So far the National Forest Service has received around 50 photos but they've extended the deadline to February 9th to give more people an opportunity to enter.