Detectives say Huston bought trail mix and sleeping pills before vanishing last Thursday.
KBOI 2News photographer Mary Kienzle, along with a team from Oregon, recently went on a mission trip to Kenya, Africa building a home for a less fortunate family. Toward the end of the trip, she spent three days on a safari in the Maasai Mara area. Photo by Mary Kienzle
Wildfire managers continue to contain large fires while moving crews to respond to new fires, as the threat of more lightning looms this week.
Courtney Hines of Culdesac tells the Lewiston Tribune that her son, Kaden McKenzie, was bitten on Saturday afternoon at the beach, about nine miles south of Asotin.
A group testing West Coast waters for radiation from a damaged Japanese nuclear power plant says no evidence of contamination has been found in Oregon.
Don Jensen, who has done a number of gorgeous time lapse videos of the daytime and nighttime skies over the Pacific Northwest, had an idea: What if I apply the processed used to create star trails and the like on my nighttime videos to daylight scenes?
Aircraft and ground crews were in the right place at the right time Friday, keeping a wildfire east of Klamath Falls to just 200 acres.
A family out for a hike found a dog missing more than 3 weeks in the woods.
Several Bugatti vehicles made a "quick" trip to Red Fish Lake outside Stanley over the weekend as well as four Lamborghinis. Most of the cars cost about $2 million - each.
Most of the large wildfires burning east of the Cascade Range in Oregon for the past two weeks were at or near containment Monday, but a new round of intense lighting storms was forecast later this week, particularly across the central part of the state.
Firefighters had a busy weekend in Douglas County responding to human-caused fires - including some supsicious blazes now under investigation.
Sheree Hart has a simple wish:To reunite a lost camera with its rightful owners.
The disease wreaking havoc on wild sea star populations on the West Coast has struck captive collections in the Olympic Peninsula.
About 300 homes - twice as many as previously estimated - have burned in the largest recorded wildfire in Washington state history, a county sheriff said Friday.