The agent for the Victorian home featured in the The Goonies film in Oregon says the likely new owner is a fan of the movie about friendships and treasure hunting, and he promises to protect the site.
The destruction of four dams on the lower Klamath river will open up hundreds of miles of salmon habitat. U.S. regulators approved the plan Thursday in a unanimous vote.
The measure requires an ownership fee, a safety course, fingerprinting, and a background check in order to obtain a gun permit.
Biden's approval ratings are underwater, so many Democratic candidates in tough races have avoided campaign appearances with him. But there are places where he can help.
In a lawsuit filed against the company, Michael Mangum says he was followed around a Walmart in Wood Village, Ore., by one of the store's asset protection associates.
Under a settlement reached in a federal lawsuit this week, terminally ill patients seeking physician-assisted death in Oregon are no longer required to be residents of the state.
Enrique Rodriguez Jr., 24, had roughly double the legal limit of alcohol in his blood when he allegedly plowed into a homeless encampment in Salem, Ore., early Sunday morning.
The shooting took place shortly before 9:30 p.m. local time Friday outside the WOW Hall, a concert venue and non-profit community center in downtown Eugene.
The animals, including an entire wolf pack, were found poisoned earlier this year. "All investigative leads have been exhausted," says Oregon State Police Capt. Stephanie Bigman.
Authorities warn current conditions are ideal for more fires. Officials say embers from the Bootleg Fire can travel long distances on the current 25 mph winds.
Heat-related illnesses have sent hundreds of people to the ER across the region as temperatures hit unprecedented highs. British Columbia reported about 100 excess deaths from Friday to Monday.
The hammer throw competitor turned away from the flag during the national anthem on Saturday after she said she was told it wouldn't play when she was on the U.S. Olympic trials podium.
The brutal heat wave is worse for some residents in the region who live in areas where relatively mild summers have meant that many homes don't have air conditioners.
Racial justice protesters and many who stormed the U.S. Capitol are being charged with civil disorder, under the 1968 Civil Obedience Act. Some argue that the law is unconstitutional.
Oregon state Rep. Mike Nearman, a Republican who allowed far-right demonstrators to breach the state Capitol in December, now faces charges of official misconduct and criminal trespass.