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The heat wave that roasted the Inland Northwest last weekend through Tuesday of this week came late in the season.
Research via DNA testing proved that sauvignon blanc, a white grape, and cabernet franc cross-pollinated to produce cabernet sauvignon in the Bordeaux region of France in the 1600s.
The Trump administration is proposing to define what land and water can be declared as “habitat” for imperiled plants and animals — potentially excluding areas that species could use in the future.
The ominous bloblike clouds that appeared overhead shouldn't have come as a surprise. After all, it was a Friday afternoon in the Inland Northwest.
Jami Resch, the police chief of Portland, announced her resignation on Monday and asked for Chuck Lovell, an African American lieutenant, to replace her.
Firestone Pacific Foods in Vancouver, Washington, has started reopening after a coronavirus outbreak infected 132 people and forced the fruit processor to halt operations.
Police used flash bang devices and pepper spray to disperse a crowd of protesters in Seattle on Saturday night, the ninth consecutive day of George Floyd protests in the city.
Thousands of protesters who gathered for the sixth consecutive night of protests in Portland remained peaceful.
Interstate 5 through downtown Seattle was closed Sunday afternoon because of George Floyd protest activity, the second day in a row the main north-south freeway on the West Coast was shut down because of violence and looting in the Northwest’s largest city.
Crowds of naive tourists have made for an occasionally dicey situation when grizzly bears appear near the highway over western Wyoming’s Togwotee Pass.
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Seattle to protest the killing of George Floyd and a largely peaceful gathering turned rowdier Saturday afternoon, with police deploying flash bangs to disperse crowds.
As the sun shines over the Inland Northwest, less than a week ago it seemed as if we lived in a shower stall.
Multnomah County officials say the county hopes to begin reopening in about two weeks, but a mysterious coronavirus outbreak could hinder those plans.
UW Medicine announced furloughs of about 4,000 members of its unionized workforce in spite of the health care system’s position at the forefront of COVID-19 response efforts both locally and globally.
Grove enjoys trick shots because they serve as a study break – something to fend off the monotony after 25 consecutive practice chips from the same spot – and require him to think outside the box and visualize an imaginative shot.
Alaska Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy said at a news conference Tuesday that the state would be open to pre-pandemic levels starting Friday.
A measure to tax the wealthiest residents and the biggest businesses in Portland, Oregon, to raise $2.5 billion over a decade to address homelessness sailed to victory as final ballots were tallied Wednesday, even as the state faces crippling revenue losses and record-high unemployment due to the coronavirus.
A former state senator swept to a surprise victory in the GOP primary for Oregon’s lone Republican congressional seat. But the most curious election issue involved a backhoe.
Tourists entered Yellowstone National Park on Monday for the first time in nearly two months, but they weren’t allowed to camp and some parts of the park remained off-limits as part of continuing coronavirus-related restrictions.
The Oregon Supreme Court late Monday halted a rural judge’s order earlier in the day that had tossed out statewide coronavirus restrictions imposed by Democratic Gov. Kate Brown.