Oregon, Washington and Idaho can expect more extreme weather creating more landslides, flooding, drought and wildfires.
Both the U.S. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau and Oregon’s liquor agency have ruled that Copper Cane’s labels have been misleading.
A continued shortage of Christmas trees grown in the Northwest will likely mean higher prices this s
Zinke faces other investigations, including one centered on a Montana land deal.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission has recommended for a California winery to lose its licenses to distribute wine or do retail business within the state
A potential settlement has been reached in the federal Clean Water Act lawsuit against Oregon farmer Bill Case, though he still disagrees with some terms of the deal.
Nonprofit organization rehouses, rehabilitates horses.
ROCKVILLE, Ore. — When Mike Greeley was 12, he shot his first sage grouse on his father’s Malheur County cattle ranch near the Idaho border.
Nowadays, the ground-dwelling bird native to the West has been in steady decline for...
The family tradition of growing and harvesting cranberries goes back a generation.
A Napa Valley winery at the center of a labeling dispute in Oregon has agreed to put new labels on two brands of Oregon Pinot noir, including Elouan and The Willametter Journal.
Prices could be a bit higher than last year’s average retail price of about $75.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, a frequent litigator against Trump, argues to enshrine boundaries of national monuments.
The executive director of the Klamath Water Users Association has announced he is resigning effective Nov. 30.
Multiple scenarios for regulating canola were offered to Oregon lawmakers in a new report from the Oregon Department of Agriculture.