A supertide turned France's famed Mont Saint-Michel into an island on Saturday and then retreated out of sight, delighting thousands of visitors who came to see the rare phenomenon.
A year later, as a bill moves through the state legislature to improve mapping of landslide-prone areas and give local planners a better idea of risky development areas, Oso's mangled cars and homes have been cleaned up, but reminders of loss are everywhere.
There's "relentless"... and then there's the current weather pattern that has had the Pacific Northwest running a meteorological version of months-long fever that still shows no signs of breaking anytime soon.
While there's no evidence that Oregon hunters or anglers have been using drones, the bill's proponents said it's happened elsewhere.
The Federal Aviation Administration has launched an investigation after a helicopter crew spotted a drone flying just a few feet above KOMO's AIR 4.
A bit of a sneaky and severe solar storm hit the planet last night, bringing a show of the Northern Lights in the wee hours of St. Patrick's Day morning.
A 19-year-old Gaston woman fractured her neck after a tree crushed her car during a windstorm Sunday near Portland State University.
The ski resorts felt it first: Barren slopes kept the lifts from running on all but a few days this winter at several ski areas. Now the consequences of the winter that wasn't threaten to linger into spring and summer.
Streets across the Northwest were littered with debris Monday after a weekend wind storm brought down trees, power lines, and even some scaffolding from a Downtown Portland building.
A falling tree crushed the roof of a Jeep on Sunday as it was heading down Market Street in Southwest Portland.
It's difficult to say this, but there's a good chance my love of hiking Oregon Coast beaches is gone forever.
Eagle resident Wendy spotted an albino deer in the Boise Foothills Thursday night near Polecat Loop near the top of Collister Road and State Street.
Small clusters of survivors, bundled up against a chilly wind, gathered along Japan's northeast coast Wednesday to remember the nearly 19,000 lives lost in the March 11, 2011, tsunami. Four years later, the region is still struggling to recover.
If you've ever taken a drive along Highway 18 near Willamina, you've seen some of the unique art it has.