A Columbia River port is looking to accommodate two types of tenants expected to flock to its docks: tourists and sea lions.
The University of Washington will benefit from a state board's decision to allow clearcut logging on 200 acres of the Olympic Peninsula that are home to a threatened seabird.
Northwest lumber mills have been hurting since the U.S. housing market collapsed in 2008. But one company says it found a way to keep its mills going by exporting lumber to China.
Developers have scrapped their plans to build the nation's first large-scale wave energy project off the Oregon Coast.
An agreement announced Wednesday between ranchers and Native American tribes seeks to resolve contentious water rights issues in the Klamath Basin, a drought-ridden region spanning southern Oregon and northern California.
In central Washington state, teams of engineers are scrambling to figure out what’s gone wrong with part of the Wanapum Dam’s spillway structure.
Idaho wildlife officials say it cost $30,000 to kill 23 wolves last month in northern Idaho.
At a meeting between the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, local businesses and BNSF Railway, the railroad explained its safety plans and explained why Vancouver is an attractive route for its trains carrying crude oil.
Have you been wondering about the Port of Portland's position on oil by rail? If so, you're not alone. The port responded to inquiries today, saying it might consider the idea one day – but not today.
Former NASA scientist James Hansen is best known for raising awareness of climate change through his congressional testimony back in 1988. More than a quarter-century has passed and it's still an issue that concerns Hansen.