Oregon State University researchers are hoping to tap into the state’s growing population of bird-watching enthusiasts to create a volunteer team of “citizen scientists” to gather data on Oregon’s resident and visiting birds.
ORONDO — Fire officials say they think a fire in a beaver dam at Daroga State Park was human-caused.
LAS VEGAS — The newest Miss USA is leaving a white-collar job behind for the glamour and excitement that go with her new role — and she can't wait.
Five chicks that hatched this spring are now venturing out of their nest boxes
The five new Humboldt penguin chicks that hatched at the Oregon Zoo this spring have begun to emerge from their nest boxes and explore their surroundings, keepers say. The young penguins are easy to identify: they are gray all over and lack the black-and-white markings of adult Humboldts — notably the distinctive horseshoe-shaped band in the chest area.
Nutrition experts say they're not convinced it's more healthful
Greek yogurt is everywhere, and now represents nearly a third of the yogurt market. But how different is the Greek version from regular yogurt? That depends.
Oregon park rangers say a loophole in the leash rule is allowing some dog owners to let their pets run free.
Project aimed at improving stock, preventing extinction of subspecies
PULLMAN — There's a lot of buzz at Washington State University over work to develop the first sperm bank for honeybees.
Indie film expected to be box office success
Since its release in July 2006, "Little Miss Sunshine" has been the sleeper hit that other summer art-house films aspire to be. Opening in just seven theaters during its first weekend, the nutty family road trip comedy went on to rake in nearly $60 million domestically and win two Oscars. Not bad for a film with a reported $8 million budget, written and directed by first-timers.
Do you know what time of year it is? If it's June, it must be summer reading time at the library! Every year from June to August, kids and teens can go to their local library and sign up for summer reading, a super cool program that encourages kids and families to keep reading through the summer months. In addition to reading, participants can attend summer reading programs, spend time on fun, reading-related activities and earn rewards!
Designed to denote threat level, be practical, save money
Each weekday morning, custody officers escort jail inmates, handcuffed together in a colorful human chain, into the Clark County Courthouse.
Trip to friend's house or the pool ideal for learning to navigate traffic
AKRON, Ohio -- You're 5 years old, weigh about 50 pounds and have to jump to see over the hood of an SUV. It's time to step off a curb on your way to school and it's just a bit scary. There is no one there to hold your hand, look both ways and put you on your way to learning your ABCs.
'Dexter,' 'Breaking Bad' air final seasons; multiple shows premiere in June
No matter how fine the weather may be, you just can't stay outdoors all summer. Who could handle all that sun block and fresh air?
A recent Associated Press-WE tv poll found more than 8 in 10 men said they have always wanted to be fathers or think they'd like to be one someday.
Many flock to New York City with stars in their eyes. But Mikenzie Ames' dreams of a full-time theatrical career, unlike others who quickly fall out of the rat race, became reality.
Enjoy a local brew while cheering runners or take in the sports and fitness expo. It's all in celebration of the Vancouver USA Marathon. Active Sports and Fitness Expo, offered today, will feature demonstrations, a casual 5K run, a kids marathon and Freedom 5K and presentations by Bart Yasso, author of "My Life on the Run: The Wit, Wisdom, and Insights of a Road Racing Icon."