A Klamath County wildfire that forced over 100 people to evacuate their homes Sunday afternoon was more destructive than authorities initially believed, as officials raise the total of structures burned from 20 to 33.
Sheriff's deputies and firefighters have rescued a man who was trapped in rushing water at the base of a southwestern Washington waterfall after his legs got caught in rocks.
A mandatory evacuation has been downgraded to standby as firefighters make progress containing the Moccasin Hill Fire north of Sprague River.
Tourism officials say this is the time of year where the coast sees a boost of people trying to beat the heat.
Crews spent all night battling a stubborn brush fire along northbound Interstate 5 near SeaTac, and one lane of the freeway is still blocked at the scene, officials said.
Thousands of lightning strikes set forests and brush on fire across Oregon, sending firefighters scrambling to contain the blazes on the Willamette National Forest and in Central Oregon.
Hot weather will retain its grip on most of Oregon while Central and Southern Oregon face the risk of new wildfires sparked by lightning.
Several hundred firefighters are working to contain a fire that has burned grass and brush across 28 square miles in central Washington.
Thousands of jellyfish have washed up on the Oregon Coast in recent days, including Horsfall Beach north of Coos Bay.
Nearly 24,000 legal and trophy-sized rainbow trout are headed to Diamond Lake starting this week to boost fishing at one of Oregon’s most popular lakes.
A wildfire burning near Entiat grew to nearly 16 square miles on Thursday, and residents of 109 homes in the area were told to evacuate.
The Douglas Forest Protective Association will increase the fire danger to “high” for the entire Douglas District effective Wednesday, July 9.
A teen drowned at a recreation area in eastern Marion County, the sheriff's office said.
The fire has blackened a square mile since it started Sunday, and officials hope to have it contained by Tuesday.