The Walkers were arrested in 2013 after authorities said they staged at least 10 cockfighting derbies in a barn at their ranch in Irrigon, Ore., 175 miles east of Portland.
Wednesday’s sewage overflow is the third such event in 2014.
Supporters and opponents of GMO labeling measure spar at OMSI event.
Oregon GMO task force agrees on need for regulatory clarity, disagree on exact scheme.
The U.S. Department of Labor wants to expand litigation against Oregon blueberry farmers accused of "hot goods" labor law violations.
Projections of massive global population growth may be inflated, which casts doubt on the notion of long term upward pressure on commodity crop prices, an economist says.
As many as 200 head of cattle are stolen each year in Oregon but many losses aren’t reported to law enforcement.
Sheriff Bruce Riley says the woman was working Tuesday afternoon with a 49-year-old man in an effort to remove an oak tree on private property.
Another large property in Central Oregon recently changed hands.
Opponents of a proposed ban on commercial pesticide use in Oregon's Josephine County say the measure is pre-empted by state law but could nonetheless spur vandalism, trespass and assault.
Hal Salwasser, former dean of the Oregon State University College of Forestry, has died at age 69.
The plans include a remodel of Peavy Hall, headquarters of the college, and construction of a Center for Advanced Wood Building Design and Manufacturing, which will include laboratories to test and create new wood-product designs.
Oregon State University forestry dean touts advantages of building with wood.
Both sides of the battle over Measure 92 have raised more than $17 million combined.