Cider-makers are seeking are tannins and acidity in the wild apples which are no good to eat
The Utah Department of Environmental Quality is advising beachgoers that three more Utah reservoirs have outbreaks of harmful algal blooms
Crews continue to assess areas scorched by the blazes that killed 42 people.
The 10-mile stretch of Portland’s Willamette River remains highly contaminated from decades of industrial use.
State officials hope the Federal Emergency Management Agency will foot up to 75 percent of the repair bill.
Minnesota cited growing wolf population, which rose to an estimated 2,900 last winter, an increase of 25 percent in one year.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is forecasting a warmer winter from California through the Midwest to Maine.
Brown issued an order Wednesday that allows disrupted wineries to relocate tasting rooms and suspends state fees for mobile home parks and manufactured homes.
John Moisan bought 640 acres of land in South Dakota and turned it into a wildlife haven
Researchers recorded a 76 percent decline in bug volume from 1989 to 2016.
The lawsuit challenges the Forest Service’s authorization of the grazing allotments in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.
In central Oregon’s high desert climate, farmers have to take extra measures to reap a harvest.
The San Francisco-based utility said it would not speculate on causes of the fires and that it was cooperating with investigators.
The seven-page lawsuit filed last week in U.S. District Court seeks not less than $100,000 in damages plus attorney fees.