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Specialists evaluating slide risks in southwest Washington
Geotechnical specialists are evaluating a potential landslide in southwest Washington after residents noticed land movement and officials evacuated the area

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After brief relief, forecasts indicate drought will continue
The dry spell that began in October is considered “extreme” from southern California to central Kansas.
Man thankful after Steamboat rallies to save his family barn
Glenn Arnold thought the old barn in Steamboat Springs where he took care of cows as a child and sought shelter from thunderstorms would just fall down someday and fuel a big bonfire
Ag Fest to honor three groups for their ag efforts
Ag Fest to honor three groups for their ag efforts
College Hill High School in Corvallis, Echo FFA and the North Powder Farm to School Program will receive awards Sunday at Ag Fest.
Passing motorist rescues woman trapped in Montana flood
A witness is recounting the dramatic rescue of a woman trapped on top her vehicle surrounded by rushing floodwaters in northern Montana
Immigration raid: Guatemalan worker arrested on dairy farm
A central New York dairy farmer says seven federal immigration officers came onto his property without permission, arrested a Guatemalan worker without producing a warrant and handcuffed the farmer when he challenged them
Wildfire scorches hundreds of acres in eastern California
A wildfire has scorched hundreds of acres in the Owens Valley below the eastern flank of the Sierra Nevada and disrupted traffic on U.S. 395
Snowmelt floods roads, fields in much of northern Montana
Blaine, Hill counties have issued their own disaster declarations with multiple roads washed out and farmland covered by water.
Snowmelt floods roads, fields along Montana Hi-Line
Snowmelt is washing out roads, flooding fields and spilling rivers and streams over their banks along Montana's Hi-Line.
Montana health officials investigating E. coli cases
The state health department is investigating several reports of E. coli likely linked to chopped romaine lettuce grown in the Yuma, Arizona area
Oregon agriculture leader Phillip Walker dies at 64
Oregon agriculture leader Phillip Walker dies at 64
For nearly 30 years, Phillip Walker served on the board of Oregon State University’s Agricultural Research Foundation, including serving as president.