The discovery of a threatened bird in the Elliott Sate Forest in Coos County has drastically lowered the value of three tracts where logging is now in doubt.
To begin to appreciate the desert, you have to see it — and I don't mean from the seat of a car as you're whizzing by at 65 mph on U.S. Highway 20.
It doesn't matter whether you live below the clouds like most of us, or are on a mission high above like those on the International Space Station, the Earth can be a very beautiful place, especially at night.
It was one of those fall days that had the potential to be perfect if the low-hanging clouds would just burn off.
I wore sturdy boots and carried a loaded day pack. Many "hikers" around me wore sandals and carried iPads.
For the first time, a Seattle woman is telling the story of her parents deadly encounter with a grizzly bear and her journey to retrace their fatal river rafting trip in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
John Ackerman is a big-time landlord of subterranean real estate.
The cheetah cubs at Wildlife Safari are growing up fast. The cubs are about 7 weeks old and 8 pounds each.
Scientists studying the terrifying meteor that exploded without warning over a Russian city last winter say the threat of space rocks smashing into Earth is bigger than they thought.
Researchers studying the effects of climate change on polar bears are experimenting with the idea of crowdsourcing data as improving technology allows anybody with an Internet connection to monitor the animals' annual migration in Canada.
At the Oregon Zoo, a new device — which involves a zipline, a spring and a frozen salmon — is helping keep cougars Paiute and Chinook fit by bringing out their explosive predatory instincts.