Officials say salmon soon could return to the Columbia River, above the Grand Coulee Dam
A Brazilian meatpacking company has sold its U.S.-based Five Rivers Cattle Feeding operation as part of a $1.8 billion divestment of assets
A group backed by the soda industry is seeking to bar cities and counties from imposing their own taxes on sodas or other sweetened beverages
At the De Jong place, miniature goats often hop on the backs of cows - and hang on for the ride
Nevada's recreational marijuana supplies are plentiful but not overly abundant, keeping wholesale cannabis prices on the high side compared to other adult-use markets
A man has been sentenced to time served and two years of supervised release for his role in the 2016 occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
Within the past year, the El Niño effect has dissipated, and other longer-term climate cycles are shifting back toward a more average level.
Many banks refuse to do business with marijuana growers, processors and sellers because marijuana is still a controlled substance under federal law.
The Thomas fire covered more than 440 square miles and destroyed more than 1,000 buildings.
The West-wide invasive species list is a first, and the governors hope it will help state workers collaborate against the broader problem.
Finding a sweet spot for marijuana taxation has been an issue in other pot-friendly states.
Del Taco Restaurants posts 4th-quarter profit of $35.2 million
Blue Apron, which ships boxes of raw food to subscriber's doorsteps, wants to start selling its meal kits in stores
A state agency has released a report that shows Portland faces mass casualties and billions of dollars in building damages if a massive earthquake hits off the coast