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.
Federal fisheries managers slashed upcoming West Coast sardine harvests by two-thirds while scientists try to get a better handle on indications the population is significantly dwindling.
High levels of paralytic shellfish toxins found in mussels have kept harvesting closed for the last two months.
The spectacularly scenic 40-mile route, carved out in the 1930s by Civilian Conservation Corps work crews, circles the state's highest peak, 11,240-foot Mount Hood.
Sometimes, during our crisp, clear autumn days here in Central Oregon, it is better to seek out the open desert to soak up the warm sunshine rather than be tucked deep in the shade of ponderosa pines.
Eugene's Oregon Horse Center hosted the Northwest Mountain Trail Championships, their 12th time hosting the indoor mountain trail horse competition.
The man who made the decision to blow up a dead whale on the Oregon coast - in a blunder that will forever be a legendary footnote in the state's history - has passed away.
The stream was so packed with anglers, I could scarcely find my own rock to stand on. Dozens of fishermen lined the banks of the Crooked River south of Prineville on an unseasonably warm fall day to try their hand at landing some native redband trout or whitefish.
Boaters with registration decals that expire on 12/31/2013 will soon be getting their courtesy registration renewal notice in the mail. The Marine Board is mailing approximately 90,000 notices on November 1.
It's that time of year. The leaves are beginning to fall and pile up in yards. The Roseburg Public Works Department will begin this year's leaf collection this coming Monday.