There have been plenty of shipwrecks on the Southern Oregon coast, and an exhibit in Coos Bay has been designed to help you learn about them.
The Gray Butte Trail cuts along the hillside and is fast, flowing and fun. Keeping both eyes on the trail is a must, because it runs along a steep drop-off. If riders want to take in the view, it is best to stop first.
Department spokesman Rick Swart said Monday that up to 150 cormorants will be killed on the Oregon Coast so biologists can look inside their stomachs to see what they are eating.
A federal court has approved an agreement that salmon advocates hope will lead to cooler water in rivers for salmon. But whether that turns out to be the case remains a muddy question.
A 19-year-old from Oklahoma inspired to live off the land by the movie "Into the Wild" is missing in remote, rugged country in southeastern Oregon.
Drought and demand are pushing the Colorado River beyond its limits — with the needs of more than 40 million people in seven Western states projected to outstrip dwindling supply over the next 50 years, according to an advocacy group's report on endangered rivers released on Wednesday.
The city of Burien has a plan to dispose of the smelly carcass of a fin whale that washed ashore Saturday on its Puget Sound beach. It will be towed to a secure beach on Puget Sound where it can decay naturally. Timing depends on tides and rigging.
Fire season isn't coming up until June, but there are a few things you can do now in your own backyard to prevent fires from happening.
Nothing looks stranger than a canoe in the middle of sagebrush country, but we were hunting for Cow Lakes and what we thought would be a great spring bird-watching and paddling adventure in the remote wildlands.
Hundreds of people showed up Sunday to get a good look at a dead fin whale that washed ashore at Seahurst Park in Burien.
The Snake River across southern Idaho is long and wide and flows through marshlands, sagebrush country, agriculture lands and basalt canyons, offering hundreds of miles for bird-watching in late winter and spring.
A local fishermen's group is upset with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for donating hatchery fish that the group raised to a food bank.
An Oregon woman lost $750,000 in an Internet romance scam with a con artist posing as a member of the U.S. military, the Oregon Attorney General said Tuesday.
To watch them ride, you wouldn't think they were different from any other guys who were out on the race course this past weekend competing for top honors. But there is something unique about this group.