Oregon is awash in data on its marijuana industry but has few workers to monitor and check what its legal businesses are doing
Officials in Idaho now say a total of four barrels containing radioactive sludge at an eastern Idaho
Forty-two people have been hospitalized, including nine battling kidney failure.
A woman in Spain has found unexpected fame on social media after many found she bore a striking rese
Then, about 15 years ago, Dorper sheep caught Catherine Diaz-Khansefid’s eye. About eight years ago, she moved to a small ranch in Galt, Calif., and started with four Katahdin ewes and one Dorper ram.
Critics said the policy shift is designed to restrict the agency from citing peer-reviewed public-health studies that use patient medical records that must be kept confidential under patient privacy laws.
U.S. District Judge John D. Bates in Washington is the third judge to rule against administration plans to end the program.
Seabiscuit, Secretariat, Man o' War. Smarty Jones, Seattle Slew, American Pharoah
Workers at a Burgerville in Southeast Portland have overwhelmingly approved the formation of a federally-recognized union
The outbreak has infected 53 people in 16 states.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture director Sonny Ramaswamy’s six-year term ends May 5. He will next be president and CEO of the Northwest Commission of Colleges and Universities, residing in Seattle.
UI researchers combine genetics, physiology research on beef cattle
In addition to food stamps, the measure would renew farm safety-net programs such as subsidies for crop insurance, farm credit, and land conservation.
Ryan Graebner will work out of the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center in Pendleton, Ore.