Warm Waters Off West Coast Has Lingering Effects For SalmonFederal research surveys this summer caught among the lowest numbers of juvenile coho and Chinook salmon in 20 years, suggesting that many fish did not survive their first months at sea.
Wildfires Threaten Homes, Pollute Air in Pacific NorthwestThe region has not seen rain since early June and high temperatures have primed it for big fires, Washington Deputy State Fire Marshal John Wabel said.
After Months of Hype, Northwest Braces for Solar EclipseThe first coast-to-coast total solar eclipse in the United States since 1918 is expected to draw up to a million people to Oregon - where the moon's shadow will first make landfall.
LIVE: Seattle Storm CoverageSeattle City Light reported Friday that more than 15,000 customers were affected by an outage.
Bernie Sanders Draws Large Crowd To Portland, Oregon, ArenaDemocratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Sunday night spoke to his second packed crowd
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Study: More People Could Survive A Tsunami If They Walk FasterAbout 5,500 more people could survive a major tsunami hitting the U.S. if they just walk a little faster to higher ground after roads are knocked out, a new study shows.
Northwest Has Record Breaking WinterFlowers are blossoming. Bees are buzzing. The sky is blue. Sunsets have been stunning. Temperatures have crept north of 60 degrees, and joggers are going shirtless. This isn't a typical February in the Pacific Northwest.
Cause Of 'Dirty Rain' Studied By Washington State UniversityThe mysterious milky rain that hit parts of the Pacific Northwest last Friday was the result of a rare weather phenomenon that began nearly 500 miles away near an Oregon lake, a Washington State University meteorologist said Tuesday.
Tornado Does Damage In Washington StateA rare tornado ripped down power lines and damaged property Thursday in the city of Longview in Washington state, but there were no immediate reports of injuries, officials said.
Doctors: Finding Source Unlikely In E. Coli Deaths Investigators say they don't expect to find the specific sources of fatal strains of E. coli that killed two children in the Pacific Northwest and left a Washington boy fighting for his life.
Northwest Received Few Children From Border Surge The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services says 50 immigrant children were released to sponsors in Oregon, 211 in Washington state, and 8 in Idaho between January 1 and July 7