Over 400 students from Marshfield High and the Harding Learning Center participated. They partnered with the Coos Watershed Association and the City of Coos Bay to save native plants.
Experts say Lyme disease is carried by deer ticks and transferred to people when an infected tick latches on to a human. They also say you can use preventative measures like tucking your shirt in and pulling your socks over your shoes.
The Bureau of Land Management opened Tyee last month and Susan Creek opened last Friday.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Georgia Pacific are sponsoring a day of fishing at Olalla Reservoir.
Think clear thoughts: the Lyrid meteor shower hits its peak Wednesday night.
A three-alarm fire in a condo building at Oregon's Government Camp ski town is expected to burn for days.
The federal government on Monday proposed removing most of the world's humpback whale population from the endangered species list, saying they have rebounded after 45 years of protections.
Some of the people on their way into Seattle Wednesday evening got quite the hello from Mother Nature as lightning struck two different jets as they approached Sea-Tac Airport.
With a fatal boating accident occurring in Gold Beach over the weekend, it’s a good time to look at what to do if you're ever caught in rough waters.
It's put on by SOLVE -- a statewide organization focusing on improving Oregon's environment through stewardship.
The board has received several reports of landslides and fallen trees in Oregon rivers.
On Tuesday, the Oregon Department of Agriculture announced it is now safe to harvest razor clams north of the Siuslaw River. The lower part of the state is still closed.
Unseasonably warm weather and low snow pack has created early recreational opportunities on the Umpqua National Forest. According to staff at Diamond Lake Resort, 1978 was the last year with weather this warm so early in the spring.
Enough adult salmon are now finning off the Southern Oregon and Northern California coasts to give Brookings a good chance to repeat as Oregon's top port for boating chinook. But the ever-changing ocean currents have to do their part.
It's difficult to say this, but there's a good chance my love of hiking Oregon Coast beaches is gone forever.
Eagle resident Wendy spotted an albino deer in the Boise Foothills Thursday night near Polecat Loop near the top of Collister Road and State Street.
Small clusters of survivors, bundled up against a chilly wind, gathered along Japan's northeast coast Wednesday to remember the nearly 19,000 lives lost in the March 11, 2011, tsunami. Four years later, the region is still struggling to recover.
Archaeologists have uncovered a stone tool at an ancient rock shelter in the high desert of eastern Oregon that could turn out to be older than any known site of human occupation in western North America.
Did You Know? The Moon is currently in a Waxing Gibbous phase (when more than 50% is illuminated but not yet a Full Moon). Here's some of the great photos you shared of the moon as seen from your neighborhood.
It's a surprisingly common question we get around here: "What's the difference between 'partly sunny' and 'mostly cloudy'? Isn't it if it's one, it's also the other?"
Famous authors can make their boats famous too: Hemingway, Darwin, Cousteau, even Humphrey Bogart. Famous boats often fall into disrepair before a resurrection.
A sea turtle that was rescued from frigid Northwest waters and treated at the Oregon Coast Aquarium has caught a ride back to California on a Coast Guard training flight.
A team of scientists from Oregon State University and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is studying an unusual fish captured alive in a crab pot near Port Orford this week called a striped knifejaw that is native to Japan, as well as China and Korea.
A sea turtle that was rescued from frigid Northwest waters and treated at the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport is catching a ride back to California on a Coast Guard training flight.
It was a bit of a surprise considering there wasn't much solar flare activity but the Northern Lights made a faint appearance over Western Washington Monday night.
To check on the health of the giant Pacific octopus population in Puget Sound, an unusual census takes place every year.