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Oregon joins states where roadkill can be harvested for food
About 20 other states also allow people to take meat from animals killed by vehicles.

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Too hot to handle: Study shows Earth’s killer heat worsens
Nearly one in three people now experience 20 days a year when the heat reaches deadly levels, study says.
Trump revokes blocked program to protect immigrant parents
The program to protect immigrant parents was announced by President Barack Obama in November 2014 but was never fully launched.
US expands review of cyanide predator traps after boy hurt
Predator-killing cyanide traps have come under scrutiny after one of the devices in March injured a 14-year-old Idaho boy and killed his dog.
Official says more Hanford nuke mishaps likely
The U.S. Energy Department's top official at Washington state's severely contaminated Hanford Nuclear Reservation says future accidental nuclear radiation releases are likely because of aging site's infrastructure and inadequate cleanup funding
Snowbound California roads still getting a major plow job
Crews have been digging, blowing and blasting for months — and the work is not finished.
Wyoming coalition seeks ban on cyanide traps to kill coyotes
A coalition of some of the same groups filed a similar petition in March in Idaho.
Farm Bureau donates $1,500 of groceries to Bend’s Ronald McDonald House
Farm Bureau donates $1,500 of groceries to Bend’s Ronald McDonald House
The donation of groceries on June 12 is an annual tradition organized by the Oregon Farm Bureau Women’s Advisory Council that spans the entire 20-year history of the house in Bend, and almost 30 years at the two houses based in Portland.
Monuments under review by Interior Department
President Donald Trump ordered the review of 27 national monuments established or expanded by three other presidents since 1996.
Annual Farm Aid benefit concert returning to Pennsylvania
The festival was first held in Pennsylvania at the same venue in 2002.
Zumwalt Prairie ranch sells development rights to nonprofit
Zumwalt Prairie ranch sells development rights to nonprofit
The $2.6 million deal is the Nature Conservancy’s largest conservation easement in Oregon.