On the quiet, north side of Gresham’s Jenne Butte Park, on land set aside as an undeveloped park, the scars on the hillside are all-too-clear.
Runners participate in the Insane Inflatable 5K at Expo Idaho.
The Seattle Yacht Club hosts the Opening Day Parade each year. The theme of this years parade was Myths and Monsters.
The Forest Service reopened much of the areas closed by the 36 Pit fire that burned over 5,500 acres last September near the Clackamas River Ranger District.
Horses that attended equestrian events in Albany and Eugene last month should be kept away from other horses and monitored for body temperatures that could indicate infection with Equine Herpes Virus 1, the Oregon Department of Agriculture advises.
The U.S. Bureau of Land Management in an announcement Monday says the unauthorized construction in west-central Idaho will be removed and the area closed for five years to allow rehabilitation.
In scattered sites along the Pacific Coast, researchers have reported seeing hundreds of juvenile sea stars, buoying hopes for a potential comeback from sea star wasting disease that has caused millions of purple, red and orange sea stars to die.
This $7.5 million Sun Valley home is set on open spaces, greens, and ponds, and the Bigwood Golf Course. At over 6,700 square feet, it features extensive use of European mahogany throughout the interior.
Some 1,500 participants got up early Friday to light up the Interstate 90 floating bridge with special edition Glassybaby candle holders in support of more than 20 charities.
Geologists say a volcano may be erupting 300 miles off the Pacific Northwest coast.
Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery says it's aware of the mountain bike track that's been built on its property, and is looking into who's responsible.
Imagine the 13 reservoirs in the Willamette Basin as a single cup. Right now that cup is about 50 percent full," said Greg Taylor with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, "and in a normal year we'd be 90 percent full."
Blooms of wildflowers that arrive with spring provide a great reason to get outdoors, and few places in the Pacific Northwest offer a better showcase than the eastern side of the Columbia River Gorge.
All climbers on the Nepal side of Mount Everest have left the mountain and the climbing season is over following a deadly earthquake that left thousands dead in Nepal and dozens of climbers killed or injured.