Political turmoil in Yemen has stalled several container ships, including one containing about 50,000 metric tons of soft white wheat shipped from Portland. Yemen is a top importer of U.S. wheat, but its ranking is expected to go down as a result of the...
HoneyComb, the drone manufacturing company based in Wilsonville, was started by three young entrepre
A U.S. Court of Appeals hears arguments, April 17, on an injunction that stopped Obama's executive order to give work status to illegal aliens but the issue could take longer if it goes to the Supreme Court.
Farm labor association tries to get safe harbor for employers who want to help employees apply for t
Scientists are puzzled by the accelerating spread despite reinforced biosecurity measures at poultry production and processing facilities.
Recently announced trade deals with Mexico and Peru will improve U.S. livestock producers' access to those two markets, industry insiders say.
Applicants want to grow hemp on plots ranging from one-tenth of an acre in Nashville to more than 900 acres in Memphis.
Litigation over China's rejection of a biotech trait could set an important precedent, experts say.
A new bill would allow the law to go into effect no matter whether neighboring states pass similar laws.
Authorities said she fell off and was run over by the rear tire.
Cattle and calf conditions statewide are rated 88 percent good to excellent.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked 1,939 illnesses to the outbreak.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control linked 1,939 illnesses to the 2010 outbreak, but officials estimate that up to 56,000 people may have been sickened.
The warnings would appear on cans and bottles of regular soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages.