GRANTS PASS — Oregon’s wolf population continues to grow and has spun off another pathfinder that made it to the Cascades.
SEATTLE (AP) — Skiers and snowboarders rejoiced when a series of storms dumped several feet of snow in the mountains across the West, after what had been a disappointing start for those seeking fresh powder in the backcountry.
Occupy Madison promotes houses as shelter alternative
FERNDALE, Wash. (AP) — An organization representing 57 Northwest Indian tribes has announced its opposition to marijuana legalization, specifically in Alaska and Oregon.
Strong currents, frigid waters cited for closure of longstanding access area
SALEM (AP) — Oregon schools are one step closer to keeping Native American mascots under a bill that cleared the House Education committee Monday.
PORTLAND(AP) — Authorities say four Oregon teenagers accused of shooting a fellow high school student with a BB gun and carving a swastika into his forehead had spent an evening sketching out ideas for torturing him.
SEATTLE — Two years ago, when Washington’s Supreme Court was reviewing the death sentence assigned to a black man accused of raping and murdering a 65-year-old woman, Justice Charles Wiggins found himself troubled by numbers.
PORTLAND — On March 12, 2004, the state of Oregon had a problem. Its most populous county was handing out marriage licenses to same-sex couples, and the state was unsure whether those actions were on solid legal footing.
Brown looked like Lincoln, spontaneously joined events
SALEM (AP) — More than four months late, Oregon’s troubled health insurance exchange is finally allowing some people to enroll online.
A Portland fire official says a woman and her dog have been rescued unharmed after falling into a 20-foot-deep sinkhole that opened up in her backyard.
SALEM — Oregon communities and counties would not be permitted to prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries under a bill unanimously passed Tuesday by the state Senate, even though nearly a dozen communities already have done so or are considering it.
OLYMPIA, Wash. — The state House on Monday passed two bills that would restrict the use of drones and government surveillance in Washington state.
Measure intended as a message
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