A triggered avalanche wiped out a chair lift at the Crystal Mountain ski resort Monday evening.
It's been a sunny and mild winter, which is absolutely terrible for ski resorts and all the businesses that depend on snow.
A Pasco fisherman has set a state record with his catch of a Walleye fish in the Columbia River late last month.
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.
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.
A neighbor first spotted something strange in a tree off Southeast 55th and Division around 9 o'clock Monday morning.
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.
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.
Mt. Bachelor hosted a ski and snowboard United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association (USASA) Slopestyle competition on Saturday February 22, and Sunday February 23, 2014. On Sunday, the event started at 10:45am. The clear day with temperatures in the low 30s made for perfect conditions.
A new study suggests that the magma sitting 4-5 kilometers beneath the surface of Oregon’s Mount Hood has been stored in near-solid conditions for thousands of years, but that the time it takes to liquefy and potentially erupt is surprisingly short – perhaps as little as a couple of months.
Gusty winds, heavy rain and mountain snow all combined to create weather mayhem Sunday night and Monday morning across Western Washington.
Department regional supervisor Chip Corsi tells The Coeur d'Alene Press the agency is in the process of getting input to address the trapping issues.