FRESNO, Calif. — On the 15-mile drive between his two Central Valley medical clinics, Dr. J. Luis Bautista often passes armies of farmworkers stooped over in the fields, picking onions, melons and tomatoes.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife wants public comment to develop a plan to manage pronghorn antelope reintroduced to Eastern Washington by Indian tribes in recent years.
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Native American groups are pressing lawmakers in Congress to adopt permanent protections for grizzly bears, a species widely revered by tribes but that has been proposed…
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Montana wildlife officials euthanized a young male grizzly bear after it repeatedly broke into a barn in the Blackfoot Valley to access grain.
LA PINE, Ore. (AP) — Authorities have told some residents in central Oregon north of La Pine to leave their homes immediately because of a brush fire.
Nathan Bengen and Chris Pruneda have always liked working on machinery.
"The Biggest Little Farm" is a documentary with the title, and much of the rosy fantasy, of a picture book. John and Molly Chester didn't, like Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson, buy a zoo. Bu…
A longtime Quincy, Wash., agricultural family is opening a new public market and community gathering spot with a restaurant, pub, brewery, bakery, coffee roaster and produce, meat and fish market.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is investigating the shooting of a grizzly bear in Montana.
MERIDIAN, Idaho (AP) — As Idaho's population continues to grow, the city of Meridian is outpacing previous growth estimates.
MIAMI (AP) — With Hurricane Michael strengthening as it took aim at Florida's Panhandle, Mark Bowen and his employees watched the live footage through tears.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A newly unveiled advisory committee that will help make management decisions for a downsized national monument in southern Utah has become the latest flashpoint in a long…
MYRTLE CREEK, Ore. — Nick Sonka is back on his family’s sheep ranch and is following in his father’s footsteps, but with a sad heart.
OLYMPIA — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife can’t act independently of Indian tribes to shoot elk on farmland in Skagit County, agency leaders said Saturday.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife should more freely issue kill permits to elk-bedeviled farmers and ranchers in eastern Skagit County, according to county commissioners.
The webinar will help people recognize the signs of stress, depression and suicidal thinking and what they can do to get help.
The elk damaging farms and ranches in eastern Skagit County also are trampling school grounds and potentially putting students in harm’s way, two school chiefs say.
Farmers opposed to a “rail to trail” project in Oregon’s Yamhill County cited trash, theft and trespass as potential hazards that warrant halting the proposal.
ENTERPRISE, Ore. — Six Eastern Oregon counties signed a petition last week asking the U.S. Forest Service to waive the agency’s travel management planning process for the Wallowa-Whitman and M…
The Cultivating Change Foundation held its third annual reception in Portland to support LGBT inclusion in agriculture.
OLYMPIA — Support was strong at a Senate hearing for spending public funds to spread the benefits of high-seed internet, but many questions remain such as how much money will be available and …
ENTERPRISE, Ore. — As the partial federal government shutdown continues into its fourth week some rural Northwest communities are feeling the pinch.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Dayton O. "Hawk" Hyde hadn't lived in the Klamath Basin for more than 30 years, but he returned to his family's Yamsi Ranch shortly before Thanksgiving.
Landowners in Oregon’s rural residential zones would be allowed to build accessory dwelling units, commonly called “granny flats,” under recently proposed legislation.
VENETA, Ore. — For Dan Buchwald, veteran and vice president of Veterans Legacy, the land dedicated to their cause, dubbed Camp Alma, has healing properties.