Dozens of Maui mothers are going door-to-door to urge voters to back a ban on the cultivation of genetically engineered crops because they think they are unsafe.
A group backed by companies growing the crops counters with ads playing heavily on the airwaves that urge rejection of what they are calling the "farming ban."
security researcher claims the TSA is ignoring his claims that anyone can easily make weapons and explosive devices from items bought at gift shops after a passenger passes through the security checkpoint at airports.
The shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School has prompted a state representative to re-introduce a bill that would make it a crime to leave a loaded gun where a child could find it.
The Canyon County Sheriff's office says the display is not breaking any laws and they are not concerned with the decoration. "I've had three police officers stop and take pictures and give me the thumbs up," Piersol said
Same sex couples celebrate receiving their marriage licenses Wednesday at the Ada County Courthouse in Boise, Idaho.
Arizona Sen. John McCain was in Oregon on Thursday to help rescue Republican Monica Wehby's U.S. Senate bid.
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper began submitting signatures Tuesday for a ballot initiative that would ask voters to split California into six separate states, a move he said would create governments that are more manageable and responsive to residents' needs.
Oregon's candidates for U.S. Senate are taking differing views of Monday's Supreme Court decision on insurance coverage for contraceptives.
An ordinance that gradually increases the minimum wage in Seattle to $15 an hour was approved Thursday by a City Council committee, setting up a full council vote next week.
In the wake of the killings in Santa Barbara, some state lawmakers want a way loved ones can report someone who is a threat for violence, with a process then to temporarily remove guns from that person.
Marijuana growers in Washington, Colorado and other states cannot use irrigation water from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation to grow their crops, the agency said on Tuesday.
"Folks, you have a choice: A cowboy, a curmudgeon, a biker or a normal guy. Take your pick," candidate Harley Brown told the Idaho Public Television audience, referring to incumbent "Butch" Otter, Walt Bayes, himself and state Sen. Russ respectively.
Judge Candy Dale sided with four Idaho couples who had filed a lawsuit against the state and the article of the Idaho Constitution that says the state only recognizes marriage as being between a man and a woman.
U.S. Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Oregon, wants states to have the right to legalize marijuana, he told KATU during a taping of “Your Voice, Your Vote,” Thursday night.
One of the most influential women in the world made a stop in Portland on Tuesday night. Hillary Clinton spoke to a sold-out crowd at the Keller Auditorium, part of the World Affairs Council of Oregon’s International Speaker series.