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Oregon officials struggle to ID which pot sites are legal
Oregon Liquor Control Commission has only 23 inspectors for more than 1,200 marijuana grows and retail outlets.

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Wildlife officials to study brucellosis in Montana elk
State wildlife officials are planning to study a bacterial infection found in elk by equipping a number of the animals in southwestern Montana with tracking collars
Cold snap brings freeze, frost warnings to California
The warnings expired at midmorning but were set to go back into effect Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning.
Report: EU would squeeze US juice, whiskey in trade spat
EU may target U.S. agricultural products, but also whiskey and Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Juvenile Pleads Guilty To Starting Eagle Creek Fire
Judge sentenced teenager to five years of probation, 1,920 hours of community service.
Winter storm bears down on Oregon, SW Washington
The National Weather Service says the Portland metro area and Southwest Washington could get 3 to 8 inches of snow Tuesday
Grocer Albertsons eyes Rite Aid deal in health care push
Grocer starts to strengthen same-day deliveries, a meal-kit business and other products that cater to customers who want fast service.
Report: California pot growers lagging in getting licenses
A University of California study estimated the newly created state market for recreational marijuana should produce $5 billion in taxable revenue this year.
Cold snap brings freeze, frost warnings to California
California is in the grip of a cold air mass that has sent temperatures plunging
California weighs permanent restrictions for water wasters
U.S. drought monitors last week declared that nearly half the state, all of it in Southern California, is now back in drought.
US scientists try crowdsourcing to stop invasive mussels
The goal of the prize competition is eradicate mussels in large water bodies. The deadline for ideas is Feb. 28.