Some Democratic presidential candidates want to ban fracking to help address climate change. That attracts young people, but may alienate swing voters in key oil and gas states like Pennsylvania.
Parts of Ecola State Park are closed until further notice after a landslide damaged a section of the park’s only entrance road.
A $1 million court-ordered air pollution monitoring program is kicking into gear this month near the Bullseye Glass facility in southeast Portland.
As climate activists rallied outside the Capitol Tuesday, the prospect of a Senate walkout over a cap-and-trade bill appeared to waver.
Lime is all about electric vehicles — battery-powered scooters, that is. But now the company is also going to use plug-in vans for behind-the-scenes operations. And it's far from alone.
The government is calling on a New York federal judge to dismiss lawsuits alleging the group was formed illegally. But animal rights advocates want a ruling.
Floodwaters in southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon are starting to recede. But this relatively good news follows days of bad news and inundated towns – along with collapsed bridges, dozens of helicopter rescues and washed-out roads.
Mosquitoes don't just drink blood, they also drink nectar from flowers. Scientists think this Pacific Northwest orchid could help us develop better mosquito traps and better repellents.
Residents in northeastern Umatilla County and parts of the Umatilla Indian Reservation that have been hit by major floodwaters are being urged to evacuate.