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This Oct. 1 photo shows an aerial view of Umpqua Community College, in Roseburg, Ore., where a deadly shooting occurred. Chris Mintz, an Oregon college student celebrated as a hero for running toward danger while a gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College, said Friday in a statement posted on Facebook that the shooter showed no emotion as he shot Mintz mulitple times.

Victim describes rampage at Umpqua

This Oct. 1 photo shows an aerial view of Umpqua Community College, in Roseburg, Ore., where a deadly shooting occurred. Chris Mintz, an Oregon college student celebrated as a hero for running toward danger while a gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College, said Friday in a statement posted on Facebook that the shooter showed no emotion as he shot Mintz mulitple times.

October 18, 2015, 9:29pm Northwest

ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Chris Mintz, a college student celebrated as a hero for running toward danger when a gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College, says the shooter showed no emotion as he shot Mintz five times. Read story

A wildlife inspector removes a horn shipped as a hunting trophy from its packaging during an inspection on its arrival Wednesday at SeaTac.  The horn is from a red lechwe killed in South Africa.

Initiative targets wildlife trafficking

A wildlife inspector removes a horn shipped as a hunting trophy from its packaging during an inspection on its arrival Wednesday at SeaTac.  The horn is from a red lechwe killed in South Africa.

October 17, 2015, 10:12pm Latest News

OLYMPIA -- Importing items like elephant ivory or rhino horns into the United States for commercial purposes has been prohibited for decades under federal law and international treaties. In Washington, voters will weigh in on a ballot measure that would add state penalties to violators and expand the number of… Read story

A 38-year-old Stevenson woman was fatally injured Saturday in a single-vehicle crash on state Highway 14 three miles east of Washougal. She was thrown from the vehicle when it overturned and was pronounced dead later at a local hospital.

Stevenson woman dies in Highway 14 crash

A 38-year-old Stevenson woman was fatally injured Saturday in a single-vehicle crash on state Highway 14 three miles east of Washougal. She was thrown from the vehicle when it overturned and was pronounced dead later at a local hospital.

October 17, 2015, 7:52pm Clark County News

A 38-year-old Stevenson woman was fatally injured Saturday in a single-vehicle crash on state Highway 14 east of Washougal, according to the Washington State Patrol. Read story

A coal train idles in front of the Decker Coal Mine near the Wyoming border in Decker, Mont., in January 2013.

Wyoming-Montana delegation hopes to warm those cool on coal

A coal train idles in front of the Decker Coal Mine near the Wyoming border in Decker, Mont., in January 2013.

October 17, 2015, 5:51pm Latest News

GILLETTE, Wyo. -- A delegation of Wyoming and Montana state lawmakers and others are looking to highlight the economic importance of opening ports to export U.S. coal to Asian markets and counter arguments against the ports during a trip to Washington. Read story

Art Ekerson, center, sits Sept. 15 on the summit of Mount McLoughlin for his 80th birthday near Butte Falls, Ore., with his daughter, Cheryl Krieg, left, and son Kevin Ekerson, 45 years after the first time he led them to the summit. The 11-mile round trip on Mount McLoughlin was his 42nd trip to the top of the mountain.

80-year-old climbs southern Oregon peak one final time

Art Ekerson, center, sits Sept. 15 on the summit of Mount McLoughlin for his 80th birthday near Butte Falls, Ore., with his daughter, Cheryl Krieg, left, and son Kevin Ekerson, 45 years after the first time he led them to the summit. The 11-mile round trip on Mount McLoughlin was his 42nd trip to the top of the mountain.

October 17, 2015, 10:00am Northwest

During the previous 41 times climbing to the top of Mount McLoughlin, Art Ekerson would soak up the views of Southern Oregon and Northern California in a panorama like none other. Read story

Western State Hospital is shown Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in Lakewood, Wash. So far in 2015, federal regulators have sent notices to the psychiatric hospital that conditions were so dangerous for patients they threatened to cut millions of dollars in funding unless the problems were fixed. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) (Ted S.

Feds threaten state hospital funding

Western State Hospital is shown Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in Lakewood, Wash. So far in 2015, federal regulators have sent notices to the psychiatric hospital that conditions were so dangerous for patients they threatened to cut millions of dollars in funding unless the problems were fixed. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) (Ted S.

October 11, 2015, 9:32pm Northwest

SEATTLE -- Federal regulators said conditions at Washington state's largest psychiatric hospital were so dangerous for patients that they threatened to cut millions of dollars in funding three times this year. Read story

The Tiddlywinks Trail is dry Sept. 19 under Matt Anderson near Wanoga Sno-Park outside Bend, Ore., but rain has fallen since.

Central Oregon Bike Trails: Fall is the time for mountain biking

The Tiddlywinks Trail is dry Sept. 19 under Matt Anderson near Wanoga Sno-Park outside Bend, Ore., but rain has fallen since.

October 10, 2015, 10:43pm Northwest

BEND, Ore. -- The prime mountain biking season is upon us here in Central Oregon. Read story

An electric golf cart gets Fir Butler around on her 6-acre property, with some help from caregiver Jessie Canfield. Fir Butler and her late husband, Merlin, donated the property to Snohomish County in the hopes it would be maintained as an arboretum after her death.

Shadows lengthen on Rhody Ridge

An electric golf cart gets Fir Butler around on her 6-acre property, with some help from caregiver Jessie Canfield. Fir Butler and her late husband, Merlin, donated the property to Snohomish County in the hopes it would be maintained as an arboretum after her death.

October 10, 2015, 6:02am Northwest

There have been five passions in the life of Fir Butler. Read story

President Barack Obama, center, shakes hands with Roseburg Mayor Larry Rich, left, as Oregon Gov. Kate Brown looks on following their meeting Friday in Roseburg, Ore., with families of the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting.

Obama visits scene of Roseburg massacre

President Barack Obama, center, shakes hands with Roseburg Mayor Larry Rich, left, as Oregon Gov. Kate Brown looks on following their meeting Friday in Roseburg, Ore., with families of the victims of the Umpqua Community College shooting.

October 9, 2015, 10:17pm Latest News

President Barack Obama, faced with protests over his meeting Friday with victims of an Oregon shooting, held to his view that something must be done about deadly gun crimes. But given the freshness of the week-old tragedy, he said, "Today, it's about the families." Read story

A whitetail deer stands along Seward Rd. in Felida in 2011. Deer in the eastern part of the state are dying from a viral disease.

Disease kills deer in E. Washington

A whitetail deer stands along Seward Rd. in Felida in 2011. Deer in the eastern part of the state are dying from a viral disease.

October 5, 2015, 6:02am Northwest

SPOKANE -- A viral disease stoked by drought has killed hundreds of deer on both sides of the Washington-Idaho border, wildlife officials say. Read story