More than two dozen scientists ask U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service - again - to take gray wolves off the endangered species list.
Ranchers running cow-calf pairs have done well recently because there have been fewer animals on the market.
An interpretation of rules governing conservation payments will prove costly to an Oregon producer.
Oregon's water demand will grow 15 percent by 2050, water regulators project.
The Oregon Water Resources Commission approved scenic designations for the Molalla and Chetco rivers, which may restrict water rights and land uses if finalized.
The Gilchrist State Forest is the state’s first new state forest in more than 70 years and its manager says it will be a working forest.
A 40-year-old cleaning business makes some changes to meet market demand.
Christmas tree farmers have been cleared to use helicopters for harvest near Salem, Ore., despite airspace restrictions during low visibility conditions, though shipment disruptions remain a concern.
Shippers haven't abandoned hopes of ocean carriers restoring container service to the Port of Portland, but time is running short, according to a freight expert.
The Imnaha wolf pack is blamed for the attack in Wallowa County.
Flowering rush, an irrigation canal-clogging weed, has spread along the Columbia river while the federal governments seeks to clear regulatory hurdles to remove it.
Oregon and Washington are reviewing a recommendation to spray more than 17,000 acres to combat Asian gypsy moths.
Idaho and Oregon onion growers say they can live with the water quality provisions included in the FDA's final produce rule, which was released Nov. 13. The industry was inititally gravely concerned with the FDA's' original proposed produce rule in 2013.
Although not a factor in the criminal case, the shooting happened as Oregon wildlife officials were deciding to take wolves off the state endangered species list.