Authorities say unemployment and drug addiction have spurred an increase in the destructive practice of cutting off the knobby growths at the base of ancient redwood trees to make decorative pieces like lacey-grained coffee tables and wall clocks.
Unlike cows that haven't ever had a run-in with wolves, ones that have witnessed wolf attacks can experience stress-related illnesses and have a harder time getting pregnant – meaning decreased profits for ranchers, according to a new study by Oregon State University.
An Oregon State crew team boat hit a bridge pier Monday evening, sending all 9 students aboard into the Willamette River. No one was seriously injured. The $35,000 boat was a total loss.
Why book a hotel when you could book a treehouse? TreeHouse Point is a 30 minute drive from Seattle and puts you up in one of their luxury six treehouses.
A neighbor first spotted something strange in a tree off Southeast 55th and Division around 9 o'clock Monday morning.
Fresh data released a few days ago is now suggesting there are significantly higher chances of a warmer and drier than normal spring and summer across the West, including the Pacific Northwest.
To say Stevens Pass ski resort got a little bit of snow this month is to say a few people showed up Downtown for the Seahawks Super Bowl Parade.
For Debbie Tegtmeier, snapping pictures masks the pain. Her work is often featured on our YouNews page.
Oregon's wolf population continues to grow and has spun off another pathfinder that made it to the Cascades.
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.