A big gap exists in who can receive food assistance in Oregon, and some lawmakers want to bridge the divide this session.
The Environmental Protection Agency has ordered the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to stop oil and other toxic chemical discharges into the Columbia River in Washington and Oregon.
A first-of-its-kind hybrid power plant with wind, solar and battery storage has opened in Oregon, and the plant could be a model as power grids across the country decarbonize.
Efforts to electrify transportation in urban areas have been underway for years now, but rural advocates say electric vehicle needs in rural areas have long been misunderstood and ignored.
Thirteen Secretaries of State led by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in Moore v. Harper, a case that will have the court considering the "independent state legislature" theory.
The State of Colorado is suing pesticide manufacturers Syngenta and Corteva.
After a devastating hailstorm in eastern Oregon, community members are lending each other a helping hand.
(The Center Square) - Communities throughout the U.S. are experimenting with social programs that give a "guaranteed income" to some residents with few or no strings attached. An economics professor says universal income could be a more efficient use of taxpayer dollars if it replaces many of the more than 100 welfare programs already out there.
Electronic cigarette company Juul will pay out $438.5 million to 33 states as part of a proposed settlement following a two-year investigation into the company's marketing practices.